MEET THE FAMILY
Began by two women in love with words and a writer's dream.
Rachel holds an Associate of Arts in English from Navarro College and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU).
She has entered into various writing competitions, specifically from Writer's Digest, as well as various other publications, and is also a published writer of her own novel.
Professionally, she has been a Communications Assistant for a district-wide affiliation in North Texas. Editing is her passion and pursuit in life. She has recently become a published writer at her currently delightful job as Editorial Assistant for the NOW Magazines, distributing 10 local magazines across North Texas.
In her free time, Rachel enjoys spending her time by the cackling brook, listening to the birds' daily conversations. She enjoys the social life with friends and family as they eat and play board games throughout the evenings. Her source of relaxation is finding a quiet space to read or write poetry. Writing is more than a hobby for her - it's a lifelong treasure that carries a legacy forever.
Debra holds a BA in English with a minor in Education from Texas A&M Commerce, along with an AA in Music from Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU). Professionally, Debra has worked as a reporter for the East Texas Tribune, a children's book reviewer for Examiner.com, and an independent book reviewer with reviews listed on Amazon.com and Goodreads. Her puppet scripts have been performed by Hands of Love, a local puppet troupe through her church.
Debra is a mom of two wonderful children. She is married to a wonderful man and lives in a small house in the woods of North Central/East Texas with a lake on one side and a river on the other. Home is sanctuary. She loves to read, write, and work with people, especially children. These interests carry over into volunteer community service work with her church, neighborhood, and puppetry. Debra’s motto is ‘Life is an adventure that will never be lived again. Leave the path better than you found it, help those you meet along the way, trust the One who laid the road before you, learn as much as you can, and enjoy the diversity of it all.’