Deborah A. Culp God's Writer Girl

Photographer, Writer, and Editor in Nashville, Tennessee

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Deborah A. Culp is an accomplished Journalist, Photographer and Social Media Strategist with over 20 years of hard earned experience. She is originally From Detroit, MI., and became a Nashville resident in 2014, by way of North Carolina.

Deemed a “true Yankee’, Culp is becoming acclimated to the beautiful South and happy to get to know her way around Nashville. “The sights, sounds and food are spectacular! The people are so laid back and really want to get to know you. But on the food, I have to watch the traditional southern cuisine. I can count the extra rolls leading to a muffin top around the top of my Capri’s”, says Deborah.

Deborah’s partial and previous, publication writing includes; Pride Publication Group, Spotlight Tennessee Blogger, P2E (Power to Exhale) PR DIVA, The Michigan Black Press Association, Detroit News – On Detroit Columnist: Wilmington Star News Online, Divine Caroline, DIVINE Magazine, The Tennessee Tribune, Convenient Shopper Magazine, The Treva and Kevin Show, The History of Jazz Music, LiveMyGospel, The Streets Don’t Love You Back, Examiner.com, Fabulous Female & Fly, an accomplished Ghost Writer and her Blog: “Debbie’s World.” Always wanting to help others she volunteers when possible started “God’s Writer Girl Ministries” in 2012.

A great deal of this embodied passion and drive stems from Ms Culp being a Lupus SLE Survivor. Having to overcome the death of her husband, daughter and Mother in Love; almost back to back

When asked how does she “stay the course”, Deborah attributes each and everything to God first, her faith and the many earth angels she is blessed with. The latter ranges from support groups, caring family, friends across the country and beyond.

She and her late husband raised one son together, who now proudly service in the United States Marine Corps. Having a hand in helping various young people: family and friends who either joined the military or went on to college, she launched a Military family support group. The group is titled; “Minority Military Moms and Supporters”. Any mother or family member is welcome to join or be a positive part of that information and support group.

If she were to write her relocation journey it would read: “From Motown, to Movie Town to Music City USA.” She is from Motown, where they put music in the ears and the world on wheels.

  • Work
    • Writer-GodsWriterGirl
  • Education
    • Michigan: Broadcast School,Community College, U of MIchigan