Keynote Speakers & Worship Leader

Special Guest Keynote Speaker

Tricia Goyer

Tricia Goyer is author of more than 80 books, she writes both fiction and nonfiction related to family and parenting. This USA-Today Best-selling Author has also won two Carol Awards and a Retailer’s Best Award. She was also an ECPA Silver-Medallion Winner and a Christy Award Nominee.

Tricia is a beloved author of World War Two fiction, as well, having written the bestselling Big Sky and Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors Amish series. She has spoken at events such as MomCon, Raising Generations, and Teach Them Diligently conferences and is host of the podcast, The Tricia Goyer Show. Tricia loves teaching others how to write and get published through WriteThatBook.Club.

A homeschooling mom of ten, including seven by adoption, Tricia is also a grandmother to many and wife to John. With a busy life, she understands the importance of making every word count.

Worship Leader

Thunderstorm Artis

Singer-songwriter Thunderstorm Artis was a finalist on the 2020 spring season of NBC’s The Voice, finishing third, representing Nick Jonas’ team and is a worship leader at B4 Church in Beaverton, Oregon.

A native of Oahu, Hawaii, he comes from a very large musical family. Musically, he was inspired by his late father, Ron Artis, a Motown musician best known for playing the keyboards on Michael Jackson’s 1982 hit “Thriller.” Growing up, Thunderstorm performed with his 10 siblings in a family band and later toured as a duo with his brother, Ron Artis II.

His wife, Faith, is also a singer and worship leader who hails from Australia. Together, they currently reside near Portland, Oregon.

Keynote Speaker

Kim Bangs

For more than 30 years, Kim, has worked in the publishing industry. She began as an editorial assistant in the Gospel Light curriculum department and a few years later moved to the Regal Books division as the assistant to the Publisher. She has also served Regal as an author relations manager, contracts manager, and acquisitions and publishing director. In 2014, Kim joined Baker as a senior acquisitions editor.

As the current Editorial Director for Chosen Books, Kim continues her work with authors acquiring books and in book development.

Kim states, “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the rich heritage of Chosen Books and Christian publishing. In my expanded role, I will continue working with the authors I dearly admire, meet and work with new authors, and also work with the team to develop a vision for growth and expansion in the years to come.”

Keynote Speaker

Bob Hostetler

Bob Hostetler is an award-winning author, literary agent, and international speaker from Nevada. His more than fifty books, which include the award-winning Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door (co-authored with Josh McDowell) and The Bard and the Bible: A Shakespeare Devotional, have sold millions of copies.

Bob is an agent with the Steve Laube Agency (www.stevelaube.com) and the executive director of the Christian Writers Institute (www.christianwritersinstitute.com). As a speaker, Bob presents regularly at writer’s conferences, pastor gatherings, church and marriage retreats, and men’s events.

He was the founding pastor of Cobblestone Community Church in Oxford, Ohio, where he served from 2000-2010. He and his wife, the lovely Robin, have two grown children who have given them five perfect grandchildren. He lives in southern Nevada.

Major Morning Track Faculty

Morgan L. Busse

YA, Speculative, and Fantasy

Morgan L. Busse is the wife of a pastor and mother of four teens. She is passionate about authentic Christianity and shares through writing and speaking events her fears, doubts, and triumphs as a follower of Jesus Christ. When she is not busy with ministry, she can be found writing her latest fantasy or steampunk novel. She is the author of the Follower of the Word series, The Soul Chronicles, and the Ravenwood Saga. She is a three-time Christy award finalist and winner of both the INSPY and Carol Award. This August she will release her ninth novel, Secrets in the Mist.

During her time off, she enjoys long walks, rainy days, and a good cup of tea. Morgan lives on the East Coast with her family. Find out more about Morgan and her latest writing endeavors and thoughts at www.morganlbusse.com.

Cindy Coloma

Memoir

Cindy Coloma is a bestselling author with over twenty-five books that include Christy Award finalists, ECPA bestsellers, RT Reader’s Choice finalists, and Library Journal’s best books. As a co-author, Cindy has worked with celebrities, musicians, non-profits, politicians, U.S. government officials, and a particular favorite – a former KGB spy. One project is in production as a Hollywood motion picture.

For over twenty years, Cindy has enjoyed hanging out with writers. She co-founded Quills of Faith Writers Group and has coached in memoir, fiction, non-fiction, and corporate writing one-on-one and at conferences globally. She is on the Board of Directors for Media Associates International, a non-profit that equips global publishers and writers to create excellent content that enriches the Church and influences society.

Cindy and her husband live in the Pacific Northwest where she works at Microsoft as a storyteller and exec comms manager for the chief digital officer. Cindy has five children (ages eight to thirty-one) and two grandsons – her most cherished accomplishment of all.

Lisa A. Crayton

Nonfiction

Lisa A. Crayon loves books, libraries, and museums. With more than 30 years’ experience, she provides freelance editorial services (including manuscript evaluations, sensitivity reading, and collaborative writing) to publishers. An award-winning freelance writer, she writes for Christian and general markets. She writes, or has written, articles, devotionals, Bible Study Guides, and other short nonfiction. Crayton is the author of 18 nonfiction books, including 17 KidLit titles. Her book Juneteenth released in January 2021, and Bubba Wallace Stock Car Racing Star debuts in January 2022.

A Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing 2020 Desert Nights, Rising Stars Conference Fellow, she teaches virtual and in-person workshops at writing conferences. The Co-Regional Advisor for the SCBWI MD/DE/WV region of the Society of Children Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), she earned her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from National University, and a B.S. dual degree in public relations and journalism from Utica College.

Barb Roose

Publishing A-Z

Books & Such Literary Agent Barb Roose loves partnering with aspiring and established authors to achieve their publishing career goals. With experience as an award-winning pharmaceutical sales representative and executive leader in the megachurch environment, Barb embraces the challenges and opportunities that agenting in Christian publishing offers. As a traditionally published author of eight books and Bible studies, Barb understands the tensions and triumphs embedded in the publishing process.

Her heartbeat is helping others achieve their goals as well as increase representation and publishing opportunities for people of color. Barb represents both adult fiction and nonfiction with an emphasis on nonfiction. She welcomes queries that meet agency submission guidelines at booksandsuch.com.

Barb enjoys reading, visiting her local farmer’s market, staying fit (even though she doesn’t like working out). She is a proud empty nest mother of three adult daughters and whenever possible, Barb prefers to eat dessert first.

James L. Rubart

Fiction

James L. Rubart is 28 years old, but lives trapped inside an older man’s body. He thinks he’s still young enough to water ski like a madman and dirt bike with his two grown sons. He’s the best-selling, Christy Hall of Fame, CAROL, INSPY, and RT Book Reviews award winning author of ten novels and loves to send readers on mind-bending spiritual journeys they’ll remember months after finishing one of his stories. He grew up in the Seattle area, graduating with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Washington.

In his spare time he likes to hike, play guitar, practice sleight of hand, golf, bike, and scuba dive. No, he doesn’t sleep much. He’s also a branding expert, speaker, audio book narrator, and co-founder with his son, Taylor, of the Rubart Writing Academy. He lives with his amazing wife on a small lake in eastern Washington. More at jamesLrubart.com.

Mentoring Faculty

Kim Bangs

For more than 30 years, Kim, has worked in the publishing industry. She began as an editorial assistant in the Gospel Light curriculum department and a few years later moved to the Regal Books division as the assistant to the Publisher. She has also served Regal as an author relations manager, contracts manager, and acquisitions and publishing director. In 2014, Kim joined Baker as a senior acquisitions editor.

As the current Editorial Director for Chosen Books, Kim continues her work with authors acquiring books and in book development.

Kim states, “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the rich heritage of Chosen Books and Christian publishing. In my expanded role, I will continue working with the authors I dearly admire, meet and work with new authors, and also work with the team to develop a vision for growth and expansion in the years to come.”

Cynthia Ruchti

Cynthia Ruchti tells stories hemmed-in-hope through her novels, nonfiction, devotions, and through speaking events for women. Her tagline is: “I can’t unravel. I’m hemmed in hope.”

To date, she’s published more than 30 books and is working on more. Her books have been awarded more than 40 cherished reader, reviewer, retailer, and other honors, including RT Reviews Inspirational Book of the Year. She serves as the professional relations liaison for American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and as a literary agent with Books & Such Literary Management.

Cynthia has a heart for helping other writers attain their writing career goals and enjoy the process along the way. She and her grade-school sweetheart husband live in the heart of Wisconsin, not far from their three children and six (to date) grandchildren.

Mick Silva

Mick Silva has held editorial roles in acquisitions and development for Focus on the Family Books, WaterBrook Multnomah, and Zondervan Books, working with several established and well-known authors, counselors, and memoirists.

Nonfiction titles he’s worked on have won several awards, and he’s also served as an author coach for many years, helping new authors and working with Christian publishers including Navpress, IVP, Tyndale, Baker, Chalice Press, Blackstone, Broadstreet, Worthy, and many others.

A Senior Acquisitions Editor for Zondervan Books since 2018, he’s also an amateur pianist, a salsa enthusiast, and a Legend of Zelda superfan. He also enjoys writing about writing (somewhat infrequently) at MickSilva.com, where he also discusses books he’s worked on, from recent popular self-help works, to lesser-known classics.

Specialty Faculty

Jevon Bolden

The Spiritual Life of a Writer

Jevon Bolden is the founder and CEO of Embolden Media Group, a publishing consulting firm and literary agency that helps authors and publishers reach growing, diverse, and global audiences with thoughtful content. Jevon is the author of seven books, including Pray Hear Write: 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting for Breakthrough in Your Writing.

Passionate about seeing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) increase in Christian publishing, Jevon is the founder of Christian Publishing Professionals of Color, an online community for Christian BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) publishing professionals. She is also a consultant to the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) and is a member of their DEI committee.

Jevon started her eighteen-year career in book publishing as a copyeditor and quickly moved into senior acquisitions (Charisma House) and senior editor (Scholastic) roles. Now a literary agent, writer, conference speaker, and mentor, Jevon holds a bachelor’s degree in English, with a minor in sociology, from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. She and her family live in sunny Central Florida with their Cocker Spaniel, Langston Hughes.

Robynne Elizabeth Miller

Publishing Options

Robynne Elizabeth Miller holds a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction and Fiction and a B.A. in English Literature. She is the author of ten books and countless articles, including Finding Common Ground: One Octogenarian’s Quest to Help our Nation Heal and The Three Faces of Nellie.

Along with speaking nationally, Robynne teaches writing via online and in-person events such as writers’ conferences, workshops, and retreats.

Robynne serves as the board president of Inspire as well as the Director of the Inspire Christian Writers Conference at Mount Hermon.

She’s a writing and publishing coach, editor, and mentor for both traditionally published and self-published authors. She’s passionate about helping writers bring their stories and messages into the world. Robynne is agented with Books & Such.

Courtnaye Richard

Marketing

Courtnaye Richard is the founder of Inside Out Media Group, LLC – a faith-based PR, Marketing & Mentorship Agency. In her 15 years of experience, she has worked with platforms such as PBS, CBN, TCT, Yahoo, including local television and print publications.

Courtnaye is also the founder of Inside Out with Courtnaye, a ministry that helps women grow in Christ, while equipping them for their calling.

She is an author, contributing writer for ibelieve.com and YouVersion. Her speaking appearances include She Speaks, FlourishWriters, and Entrusted Women’s Conference. Her blog, Inside Out with Courtnaye reaches thousands of women across the globe!

Workshop Faculty

Leann Barna

Leann Barna holds an M.A. in Cinema and Television/Script and Screenwriting and an M.A. in Biblical Studies from Regent University.

She is the Head of Development for Pinnacle Peak Pictures (formerly Pure Flix) and also works as a story analyst for studios, production companies and screenwriting competitions, including Disney, Mar Vista Entertainment, BlueCat Screenplay Competition, Goldcrest Films, and Eclectic Pictures.

Leann is an award-winning screenwriter, screenwriting teacher, film festival programmer, and the owner of Mining Company Media. She has extensive experience in all aspects of film festival production, including judging/programming for the DTLA Film Festival, NYC Independent Film Festival and the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival.

Leann resides with her family in the mountains of Southern California.

Blythe Daniel

Blythe Daniel is a literary agent, author, and marketer. Her agency publicizes books and represents primarily adult nonfiction and children’s fiction.

She and her mother are the co-authors of Mended: Restoring the Hearts of Mothers and Daughters and I Love You Mom: Cherished Word Gifts from My Heart to Yours.

Bob Hostetler

Bob Hostetler is an award-winning author, literary agent, and international speaker from Nevada. His more than fifty books, which include the award-winning Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door (co-authored with Josh McDowell) and The Bard and the Bible: A Shakespeare Devotional, have sold millions of copies.

Bob is an agent with the Steve Laube Agency (www.stevelaube.com) and the executive director of the Christian Writers Institute (www.christianwritersinstitute.com). As a speaker, Bob presents regularly at writer’s conferences, pastor gatherings, church and marriage retreats, and men’s events.

He was the founding pastor of Cobblestone Community Church in Oxford, Ohio, where he served from 2000-2010. He and his wife, the lovely Robin, have two grown children who have given them five perfect grandchildren. He lives in southern Nevada.

Steve Laube

Steve Laube, a literary agent and president of The Steve Laube Agency, has been in the book industry over four decades, first as a bookstore manager where he was awarded the National Store of the Year by CBA. He then spent many years with Bethany House Publishers where he was named Editor of the Year by AWSA.

Over seventeen years ago he became an agent where he and his agency have represented nearly 2,000 new books and Steve was named Agent of the Year by ACFW. He was also inducted into the Grand Canyon University Hall-of-Fame by their College of Theology.

In addition, he is the president and owner of Enclave Publishing and serves as president and owner of The Christian Writers Institute. He is the author of the annual Christian Writers Market Guide and Book Proposal Tips and Tricks. His office is in Phoenix, Arizona.

Sarah Sundin

Sarah Sundin is an ECPA- and CBA-bestselling author of World War II novels, including Until Leaves Fall in Paris and When Twilight Breaks. Her novel The Sky Above Us received the 2020 Carol Award, The Land Beneath Us was a finalist for the 2020 Christy Award, and The Sea Before Us received the 2019 Readers Choice Award from Faith, Hope, and Love.

In 2011, Sarah received the Writer of the Year Award at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference.

A mother of three adult children, Sarah lives in northern California, where she and her husband traipse the trails with their adorable rescue Jindo dog. Sarah teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies, and she enjoys speaking for church, community, and writers’ groups. She also serves as Co-Director for the West Coast Christian Writers Conference.

Adjunct Faculty

Denise Barela

Denise Barela’s passion for fiction, her faith, and general creativity define her life. In all things, she strives to glorify God, though especially in and through her writing. She has spent the past six years working for a publicity company and five years working as the head editor for a publishing company.

With an MFA in Creative Writing, Denise enjoys using her education and work experiences to help authors achieve their own writing dreams. When she’s not working away at her desk, you might find her reading a good book or following Alice down the rabbit hole…

Sandra Barela

Sandra Barela was awarded her master’s in English from Southern New Hampshire University. During her program, she took a publishing class & fell in love with the industry. That infatuation sparked Celebrate Lit Publicity Group where she helps authors publicize their books through low-cost blog tours & other promos.

In the summer of 2016, she opened Celebrate Lit Publishing to help Christian authors bring their books to the reading world. The avid Christian fiction reader & author enjoys helping other great Christian authors succeed, one book at a time. Visit Sandra on the Celebrate Lit website at www.celebratelit.com or http://www.celebratelitpublishing.com/

S.E. Clancy

An adrenaline junkie, S.E. Clancy has skydived and worked as a 9-1-1 dispatcher prior to releasing stories in anthologies, publishing contemporary Biblical retellings including True and Mercy. Her young adult novel Victoria Grace the Jerkface (WhiteFire Publishing) is a semi-finalist for the 2021 ACFW Carol Awards.

She currently serves on the Inspire Christian Writers board and is a co-leader of Quills, a local writers group. A bit of a sci-fi nerd, geek, and self-proclaimed dork, there isn’t much she won’t try at least once … unless it involves mayonnaise, because that stuff is just gross.

Ian Feavearyear

Ian Feavearyear, a native of the rural county of Suffolk, England, earned his Juris Doctor from Concord Law School and holds a paralegal certification as well as a B.A. in psychology. A former professional genealogist, he is a member of the National Genealogical Society and an avid historical researcher, with a particular interest in the opening of the West and homesteading.

Ian was lead researcher for the book The Three Faces of Nellie and his first joint-authored book will be published in the fall of 2021.

In his spare time, Ian loves reading, researching, exploring backroads, and visiting remote cemeteries.

Deb Gruelle

Deb Gruelle (grew-WELL) is the bestselling and award-winning author of books for both children and adults.

She serves as chaplain for Inspire Christian Writers and speaks out of her passion to help writers flourish as they follow the dreams God has placed in their hearts. She’s also related to Johnny Gruelle, the creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy.

Deb’s books include Aching for a Child: Emotional, Ethical, and Spiritual Insights for Women Struggling with Infertility and Miscarriage, 2nd Edition (2021), Ten Little Night Stars, Sleepy Time Colors, and Ten Little Fireflies (releasing March 2022).

Shadia Hrichi

Shadia Hrichi is a passionate Bible teacher, author, and speaker who loves seeing lives transformed by the power of God’s Word. Shadia has received a master’s in Biblical and Theological Studies from Western Seminary as well as a master’s in Criminal Justice from the State University of New York.

Shadia has published over 30 articles and is the author of a number of Bible studies, including Tamar, Legion, Hagar, and Worthy of Love.

Currently residing in northern California, Shadia speaks at churches, conferences, women’s events, and loves to visit the ocean each week for “a date with Jesus.”

David M. Hyde

David M. Hyde, is a multi-optioned award-winning screenwriter most recently co-writing a 9/11 docu-drama for Carolyn Mack Productions and is a limited-series writer for the Al Turner Company.

David has been writing his whole life, focusing specifically on screenwriting the last eight years. As owner of Scripts4c.com script consulting, David has been able help screenwriters from across the country, partnering to make their projects the best they can be. David’s latest screenplay, The Last Good King, will soon be released by Strong Tower Press as a novel by Michelle Janene.

Tara Johnson

Tara Johnson is an author and speaker, and loves to write stories that help people break free from the lies they believe about themselves.

Tara’s debut novel Engraved on the Heart (Tyndale) earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly, and finaled in the Carol and Christy awards. Her latest releases, Where Dandelions Bloom and All Through the Night were also published through Tyndale.

In addition to being published in a variety of digital and print magazines, she has been a featured guest on radio, television and podcasts. She is a history nerd and adores making people laugh.

Debbie Kitterman

Debbie Kitterman is a pastor, speaker, author, podcaster, and blogger who knows what it takes to put together marketing plans and launch team. She is also the founder of Dare 2 Hear Ministries, and Sound the Call, LLC.

She inspires others to see their God potential and walk successfully in their kingdom purpose.

Debbie understands marketing, launch teams, and publicity are not “one size fits all.” She has both traditional and self-published books and knows first-hand what it takes to market, promote, and launch books/products successfully.

Debbie is originally from the beautiful Pacific Northwest, but now lives in South Carolina.

Janet McHenry

Janet McHenry is an award-winning author of 24 books—six on prayer, including the bestselling PrayerWalk. Also among her works are devotional and meditations books, Bible studies, and gift books—one of which was a bookstore bestseller.

With a journalism degree from Berkeley, she formerly worked as a newspaper reporter and editor. However, she says she learned to write at Mt. Hermon, from which she won the Writer of the Year Award.

A former educator, writing coach, creator of the Teachable course Prayer School, and host of the Sierra Valley Writers Retreat, Janet’s favorite thing is watching lightbulbs go on.

Carrie Talbott

Raised at “The Herm,” Carrie is drawn to fresh writing and all things wood.

After a decade of living in Baja, MX as unconventional missionaries, she and her family moved to SoCal where she’s writing an a-typical devotional, as well as a memoir about their bizarre and convoluted years in cross-cultural ministry.

Carrie wrote a children’s book about bullying, and blogs regularly with optimism, wit, and helpful tips. Dedicated to Jesus and avocados, she believes normal is boring and clever is better.

You can join her fiesta at carrietalbottink.com.

Lisa Thompson

Lisa has known the Lord since the age of ten when her dad prayed with her to receive Jesus. After obtaining a degree in elementary education, she taught in Christian schools for several years and has worked for three international Christian ministries.

She has been editing full-time since 2009 from her home computer. She happily admits she sometimes works in her pajamas.

In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her sons, reading, and eating Mexican food.

Annette Whipple

Annette Whipple celebrates curiosity and inspires a sense of wonder while exciting readers about science and history.

She’s the author of ten fact-filled children’s books including The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide (Chicago Review Press), The Story of the Wright Brothers (Rockridge Press), and Whooo Knew? The Truth About Owls (Reycraft Books). The Truth About series also includes books about dogs, spiders, frogs, and cats.

When Annette’s not reading or writing, you might find her baking for her family in Pennsylvania.

Get to know her and explore her resources for teachers and writers at www.AnnetteWhipple.com. 

Conference Team

Conference Director

Robynne Elizabeth Miller

Robynne Elizabeth Miller holds a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction and Fiction and a B.A. in English Literature. She is the author of ten books and countless articles, including Finding Common Ground: One Octogenarian’s Quest to Help our Nation Heal and The Three Faces of Nellie.

Along with speaking nationally, Robynne teaches writing via online and in-person events such as writers’ conferences, workshops, and retreats.

Robynne serves as the board president of Inspire as well as the Director of the Inspire Christian Writers Conference at Mount Hermon.

She’s a writing and publishing coach, editor, and mentor for both traditionally published and self-published authors. She’s passionate about helping writers bring their stories and messages into the world. Robynne is agented with Books & Such.

Assistant Conference Director

S.E. Clancy

An adrenaline junkie, S.E. Clancy has skydived and worked as a 9-1-1 dispatcher prior to releasing stories in anthologies, publishing contemporary Biblical retellings including True and Mercy. Her young adult novel Victoria Grace the Jerkface (WhiteFire Publishing) is a semi-finalist for the 2021 ACFW Carol Awards.

She currently serves on the Inspire Christian Writers board and is a co-leader of Quills, a local writers group. A bit of a sci-fi nerd, geek, and self-proclaimed dork, there isn’t much she won’t try at least once … unless it involves mayonnaise, because that stuff is just gross.

Conference Administrator

Ian Feavearyear

Ian Feavearyear, a native of the rural county of Suffolk, England, earned his Juris Doctor from Concord Law School and holds a paralegal certification as well as a B.A. in psychology. A former professional genealogist, he is a member of the National Genealogical Society and an avid historical researcher, with a particular interest in the opening of the West and homesteading.

Ian is an I.T. professional and manages Inspire’s website, blog, and all of Inspire’s tech needs—not to mention most of the administrative needs of the writers’ conference.

Guest Pastor

Damon J. Gray

Damon J. Gray is a writer, speaker, husband, father, grandfather, former pastor, and the Director of Communications for Inspire Christian Writers. Damon pursues his passion for teaching, making disciples, and advancing the kingdom of Jesus Christ, by calling on men and women to embrace Long-View Living in a Short-View World.

Damon, his wife Alean, and their cats, Mister Bear and Sebastien, live in beautiful Lynden, WA, just three miles south of the Canadian border.

Chaplain

Deb Gruelle

Deb Gruelle (grew-WELL) is the bestselling and award-winning author of books for both children and adults.

She serves as chaplain for Inspire Christian Writers and speaks out of her passion to help writers flourish as they follow the dreams God has placed in their hearts. She’s also related to Johnny Gruelle, the creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy.

Deb’s books include Aching for a Child: Emotional, Ethical, and Spiritual Insights for Women Struggling with Infertility and Miscarriage, 2nd Edition (2021), Ten Little Night Stars, Sleepy Time Colors, and Ten Little Fireflies (releasing March 2022).

Bookstore Manager

David M. Hyde

David M. Hyde, is a multi-optioned award-winning screenwriter most recently co-writing a 9/11 docu-drama for Carolyn Mack Productions and is a limited-series writer for the Al Turner Company.

David has been writing his whole life, focusing specifically on screenwriting the last eight years. As owner of Scripts4c.com script consulting, David has been able help screenwriters from across the country, partnering to make their projects the best they can be. David’s latest screenplay, The Last Good King, will soon be released by Strong Tower Press as a novel by Michelle Janene.