Speaking Topics

Wounded Women of the Bible; The Joy of Freedom; Mothers of the Bible; The 15-Minute Writer; The Organized Writer

Dena Dyer

Dena Dyer is a passionate communicator who loves helping organizations, businesses, and individuals skillfully share their stories. She graduated from Baylor University with a BA in Professional Writing and studied communications and theology at Southwestern Seminary. She’s taught writing to children and adults for years and has spoken at writer’s conferences on such topics as “Book Marketing Lessons Learned,” “How to Become an Editor’s Dream,” and “Book Proposal Basics.” Her specialties include non-fiction, devotionals, blogging, newsletters, and humor. She enjoys coaching writers on all aspects of the publishing process.

One happy client notes, “Dena Dyer was there for me in my moment of need. My work needed the skill and insight of a seasoned editor. Dena provided her services to me, enabling me to rest that I was in good, experienced hands. Her suggested changes were all doable, preserving the voice I had chosen while making it shine!”

Dena’s publishing credits include Reader’s Digest, Woman’s World, Family Circle, Thriving Family, Today’s Christian Woman, and Ladies’ Home Journal. She is the author or co-author of eight books, including the Golden Scroll 2014 Non-Fiction Book of the Year, Wounded Women of the Bible: Finding Hope When Life Hurts. Her gift book, 25 Christmas Blessings: An Inspiring Countdown to Christmas, was a 2016 Selah award finalist.

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