Tim Morrison, DMin, ND, owner and president of Write-Choice Services, Inc., has had an extensive writing career in addition to experience in education, training and counseling. His publishing credits include articles for New Life Journal, Recycle/SCAN magazine, Group magazine; RECYCLE II Catalogue, Hard Times Catalog for Youth, and a chapter in Maria Harris’ book, Portrait of Youth Ministry.
Dr. Morrison’s third book – A Walk in the Spirit: Creating Dramatic Monologues through Lectio Divina – was released in September 2008. November 2008 saw the release of Crafting Personal Legacy Statements, a book that Tim co-authored with Atty. Don West, Jr.
Healing Plants of the Bible, Dr. Morrison’s first book, was published in 2002. He followed that with three booklets, which he continues to use in his teaching and counseling service: Writing One’s Way to Better Well-being, Playing One’s Way to Better Well-being, and Meditating One’s Way to Better Well-being. His second book, Letters To My Sons, published in 2005, was written to share his life’s journey with his children and to encourage readers to write their own stories for future generations.
In addition to his published writing, Tim has over 25 years of experience in crafting powerful speeches and insightful seminar and workshop presentations. He has also written and coached others in writing monthly, quarterly and annual reports and a variety of newsletters as well.
Betsy Rhame-Minor began her career as a newspaper reporter while earning a bachelor’s degree in English at Meredith College. Shortly after graduating, Betsy returned to school to earn a Master of Arts in English from North Carolina State University. There, her concentration was British and American Literatures, but she focused specifically on the genres of memoir, autobiography, and oral and family history. For her thesis, she wrote her great-grandmother’s biography.
Betsy was also a marketing and communications writer in North Carolina before moving to the Atlanta area. She has worked as a freelance writer and editor since 2007. Previously, Betsy was also a paralegal.
Betsy enjoys helping writers organize their thoughts on paper, editing their work and participating in the writing process.
In her spare time, Betsy plays tennis and travels. She is an avid reader and loves to cook.