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Bea  Carlton

Bea Carlton’s passion for writing began early in life. High school journalism and English classes received the most attention (and the best grades) from this aspiring writer. Following her instincts, she pursued writing into adulthood. Now a well-established and long-time successful writer, her novels weave a rich blend of mystery, adventure, romance and faith. The fruitful results of her efforts have been six published novels and avidly loyal readers. Her books have proved to be immensely popular.

Her first two novels were “best sellers” for the publisher. The first book, In the House of the Enemy, has been recorded on audio tapes for the visually handicapped by the Society for the Blind.

She lectures regularly for various clubs and writers’ groups. She periodically writes articles for regional newsletters and magazines.

Serving as a pastor’s wife (though husband Mark is now retired), Bea Carlton found puppetry to be a very effective aid in support of her husband’s work. After taking a workshop on puppet making, she was hooked! Using puppets in Bible studies and church meetings, she ended up writing most of her own plays. She draws on her valuable ministry contact with people for inspiration in writing her play scripts. At one time she felt that puppetry would be too difficult to do. She now shares her enthusiasm and experience so that You Can Do Christian Puppets and love it, too!

Titles By: Bea Carlton