Pam Halter

Pam Halter

Pam Halter was a home-schooling mom for nine years and has been a children’s book author since 1995. She has published two picture books, Beatrice Loses Her Doll and Beatrice’s New Clothes (Concordia, 2001), articles (The War Cry, Fandangle Magazine), and devotions in The Secret Place; For Better, For Worse; and Making Eye Contact With God. Pam is on faculty for the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, holds memberships in ACFW and two writers groups, and is a freelance children’s book editor. She was selected to attend the Highlights Whole Novel Workshop for Fantasy in 2010, was named Writer of the Year in 2014 at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, and won the Reader’s Choice Award in the short story contest hosted by Realm Makers and Brimstone Fiction. Pam lives in New Jersey with her husband, two daughters and her mother-in-law. When she’s not writing or editing, Pam enjoys quilting, cooking, gardening, reading, theatre, music, and Bible study. In the ten years Pam has been editing picture books, several of the authors she’s worked with have won awards. Most recently, Nickerbacher the Funniest Dragon by Terry Barto won a Storymonsters Award and a Gold Mom’s Choice award.
“Pam is an unselfish author and editor. She works diligently behind the scenes to make you look good. Her keen eye and writing expertise made my ‘diamonds in the rough’ manuscripts shine like diamonds.” —Dixie Phillips, author of Stubby’s Destiny (2008 Best Children’s Animal Story Award)


“Pam goes above and beyond and manages to infuse a creativity without infringing on the piece itself. She jumps right in with notes, suggestions and leaves you to create the best possible writing.” —Terry J. Barto, author of Nicherbacher, The Funniest Dragon and Gollywood, Here I Come!

Nickerbacher’s Awards
Purple Dragonfly
National Parenting Publications
Family Review Center 
Mom’s Choice (gold)
Gollywood’s Awards
Purple Dragonfly
Mom’s Choice

CANDY ABBOTT is an author, publisher, inspirational speaker, and grandmom. But most of all, she sees herself as a “fruitbearer” as it is her life’s goal to exhibit the Fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23) in all that she does. She began writing in 1983, around the same time she co-founded Sisters in Christ, a women's prayer group. Candy is a charter member of Southern Delaware Toastmasters, elder and deacon at the Georgetown Presbyterian Church, director of the annual Fruitbearer conference, and founder of Delmarva Christian Writers’ Fellowship. In January 2014, Candy founded Mothers With a Mission, an organization devoted to strengthening the moral and spiritual foundation of our homes, families, and communities. She and her husband, Drew, own and operate Fruitbearer Publishing, LLC, an award-winning company, established in 1999. They have three children and four grandchildren, all near their home in Georgetown, Delaware. For more information visit

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