Deb Brammer's Bio:
Deb Brammer grew up in a pastor's home in Colorado. In her early teens she developed a love for ministry and a love for writing. She met her husband in college, and later they began missions work in Taiwan.
Deb has written articles and short stories for all ages, Christmas programs, and ESL Bible stories. In 1994 Deb's first book came out with Bob Jones University Press. "Peanut Butter Friends in a Chop Suey World" showed Amy, a 12-year-old girl leaving her home in America and adapting to life on the mission field of Taiwan. It showed life in a bustling, crowded city with a distinctively Chinese culture.
In 1996 the Brammers moved to a small mission church in Invercargill, New Zealand to take the place of the missionary pastor who had resigned. "Two Sides to Everything" shows life in southern New Zealand with a rural flavor and a western culture with a uniquely Kiwi twist.