Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The Write Image- How to Get It...Why You Need it.

Does this outfit make me look ______? Fill in the blank.
All kidding aside, what exactly makes me….me?
As Christian writers, is it how we see ourselves? How others see us? Or is it what our readers think of our work? Do we present ourselves in the best possible light? Does that light shine through us?

Join Cathy Rueter, Saturday, September 12, as she examines the various impressions we broadcast as Christian Writers in ‘The Write Image.’

As an added bonus, photographer Sheila Stone of Personal Perspectives Photography, will be on hand to take professional headshots. As time is limited, these will be on a signup basis. Approximately six spots are left. Please see flyer below for cost, website, and other specific information. Contact for signup is currently through Cathy at or 817-422-4802.

Cathy Rueter took time away from an active freelance writing and editing career to work as a reporter and newsletter editor. Now she is returning to her passion of article writing and pursuing a career as a Christian author. The former technical industry editor finds more joy in working as a development editor; assisting new authors with finding their unique voice and worth as writers.  

Originally from the Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan area, she is embracing her adopted state of Texas where she resides in the Fort Worth area with her husband, two sons, and her writing partner, Indigo, a Betta fish who is more interested in his yellow box of food than in any real literary discussions.

You can find a variety of topics discussed on her website/blog ‘Up in the Attic with Cathy Rueter’ at or stop by for a visit on Facebook at

The DFW Chapter of the American Fiction Christian Writers
(fondly dubbed Ready Writers) 
meets the second Saturday of the month 
              from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon at               

1715 W Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76012

Guests are always welcomed to attend free of charge! Members pay $2.00 per meeting.

Please join us for a Dutch Treat lunch at a local restaurant nearby after the meeting to network and fellowship with other Christian writers who are serious about their gift and their craft.

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