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About Deb

I was fortunate to be raised on a hobby farm where my passion for reading, and all things furred and feathered, was indulged. When I wasn’t adopting stray cats and dogs—and the occasional flock of geese—I was riding one of my horses, or locked in my room with the latest Nancy Drew or Black Stallion adventure. …

Deb’s Writing Room

Where I note my thoughts on life, writing, and the writing life.    

The Books

Dear One Series                                                                                                          …

Teaser Tuesday

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Never Stop Loving

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you know I love my cats. What you may not know, is I’m also a huge horse lover. I was a pre-schooler when I got my first pony. That ended poorly. The pony died shortly after my dad brought him home (worms, I believe). Eight years later, …

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I Think So

A friend recently posted a meme on Facebook about the INFJ personality type, which is only 1-3 % of the population. It’s also my type, as well as hers I assume. This got me thinking about whether INFJs are reflected in greater numbers within the writing/artist community. Based on what I found on this website, …

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Look Well Into Thyself

Two lessons in, and I’m realizing for all I learned last year, this year promises to be a greater test of my tenacity, and willingness to step outside my comfort zone and ask for help.

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