Quarterly Meeting: February 6, 2021

Got Questions? We Got Answers!

Writing Experts Answer Your Questions

Saturday, February 6, 2021
9:30 – 11:00am
Zoom Meeting

CCWF presents a panel of experienced writers to answer your writing questions. Click on the link below to ask your questions. You may direct your question(s) to a specific panelist if you’d like. Their bios are below.

Writing nonfiction

Writing for children

Editing/working with editors

Writing for diverse audiences

Writing for dual audiences or dual markets


Writing nonfiction

Ghost Writing


Going Indie


Writing fiction, memoir

Editing, book coaching, publishing assistance


“Edgy” Christian fiction

Bible-based books


Writing fiction


Writing as a business

Indie publishing


Quarterly Meetings are a CCWF member benefit. The first quarterly meeting of the year is open to everyone.

Registration is now closed.

Lisa Crayton

Author, Speaker

Lisa A. Crayton is an award-winning freelance writer, freelance editor, ghostwriter, and multi-published author. She writes devotionals, articles, fillers, books, and other nonfiction content for adults and children. She is the author of 13 nonfiction books for kids and is under contract for two more. She has earned two degrees in writing. Visit her at lisacrayton.wordpress.com.

David Winters

Author, Speaker

David L. Winters is an author and speaker from Kesington, Maryland. After retiring from the Department of Homeland Security in 2015, he began writing full time. His books include Taking God to Work (The Keys to Ultimate Success) and The Accidental Missionary (A Gringo’s Love Affair with Peru). He also writes for Guideposts, CBN.com, and The Institute for Faith, Work and Economics.  sabbaticalofthemind.net

Michele Chynoweth

Best Selling Author, Speaker, Book Coach

Michele Chynoweth is the best-selling author of contemporary novels that bring Old Testament stories in the Bible to life for today’s readers so they can better relate to God’s messages. Michele’s fast-paced novels are filled with suspense, mystery and romance. In addition to being an author, Michele is an award-winning inspirational speaker, book editor and writing coach and a college instructor for Cecil College’s Continuing Education program where she teaches book writing, publishing and marketing. A former news reporter, ad agency owner, marketing director and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Michele and her husband have a blended family of five children and live in North East, Maryland.
Website: https://michelechynoweth.com/
FB: facebook.com/ModernDayBibleStories
Bookbub: bookbub.com/profile/michele-chynoweth

Sarah Hamaker

Award-winning Author, CCWF President

Sarah Hamaker has been spinning stories since she was a child, with nonfiction books (Hired@Home and Ending Sibling Rivalry) and romantic suspense novels (Dangerous Christmas Memories and Mistletoe & Murder) published. Sarah won the 2015 American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Award for romantic suspense. She’s a member of ACFW and ACFW Virginia Chapter, as well as the president of Capital Christian Writers Fellowship. Sarah lives in Virginia with her husband, four children, and three cats.
Website: sarahhamakerfiction.com
FB: facebook.com/authorsarahhamaker
BookBub: bookbub.com/profile/sarah-hamaker

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