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About Beth Brubaker
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Beth Brubaker has big dreams to help people see the humor and irony in life. Her biggest thrill is to make others laugh, but also come away with a little wisdom.

Being a Philly girl has helped her develop a sweet and sometimes snarky sense of humor, and it shows through in everything she does; including her columns, articles, and blog posts, with goals to become a published author. She is an Assistant Editor and columnist at Ruby for Women Magazine.
She also is a humorist poet and songwriter. Her first video was shown at the Colorado Christian Writers Conference as well as the Greater Philly Christian Writers Conference in 2014.

She's worked with several magazines including Crafts, Cotton Spice, and Ruby for Women, with an honorable mention in Writer's Digest writing prompts, winning four awards at the West Branch Writer's Conference for every category she entered-  two first place slots for Advanced Poetry and Blog Post, second place for Personal Experience, and third place for Children's Story. (See below.)

Having lived in Philadelphia all her life, she desires to build a strong community. She runs community-wide programs to raise funds for the local Recreation Center, and runs her church's Bread Ministry to help feed local families. 
Beth has been a Christian since her early twenties, and has been married to her "Knight In Dented Armor" since 1997. She is the mother of two teenage children and three cats (she still hasn't told the cats they were adopted). Her oldest child has Aspergers, who helps her see things a little differently through his eyes. 

Beth's passion is the written word, and shares her brand of humor with the world through poems, songs and stories. She enjoys sharing her struggles and experiences, encouraging others to find their own passions and attain what they want out of life- and to find joy and humor along the way.

 This is a family friendly site, 
which means that any project or book seen or sold here will be clean humor!
West Branch Writer's Conference 2013