Visionary Graphic/Web Design and Copywriter, Life Amplified Producer
Deb Kelley is a multitasking entrepreneur: a creative writer, journalist, twice published author and a playwright whose work has appeared in a variety of venues. A freelance reporter for AOL Patch, Carrollwood and Westchase. the scriptwriter for The Actor's Clinic TV show, a contributing writer to Gulfport Magazine, Positive Impact Magazine, Winners Within Us and Local Shops1 Magazine and a freelance biographer, Deborah specializes in bringing heart to any story. In 2012, she published her first children’s early reader, The Alien and Me where Young Readers can follow the adventures of a little girl and her alien friend and learn that accepting differences often leads to life-long friendships. Earlier in 2009, she published her first book of short stories about all stages of relationships, Damaged Goods: Narrative Unending from Inside My Heart and Mind. Deb’s first play “If Life Was Like A B Movie” can be seen on stage during Black Coffee staged readings at Carrollwood Players Theatre in September. She is currently working on writing one-act plays for submission to their 2014 One Act Weekend. She is also the owner of The WriteOne Creative Services, an award-winning independent copywriting, web design and graphic design company. Deb offers her customers a variety of affordable creative solutions as a one-stop shop for every type of artistic need. Last but not least, she produces Life Amplified showcases that showcase local talent in Tampa Bay while benefiting a worthy charity.