Thank you so much for stopping in! If you’re not familiar with me, I’m Deborah Small. Romance author. I write about love, loss, and redemption, in mainly Early American, Georgian, and Regency eras, though I do have a contemporary series planned. When not researching for, or working on, the next book, I love to hang out with readers, and other writers, on Facebook and Twitter. You can also follow me on Instagram (especially if you like cats, horses, wine, bubble baths, camping, and the outdoors).
Deb’s Reading Room is my library, where I invite you in to learn a little about some of the books I’ve read. Maybe you’ve read some of them? In the For Readers section, I share who and what inspired my first book, along with information and links related to themes, or events, in the stories, like adoption, and the Titanic.
My For Writers section is only one page right now, but it’s an important page, as I share little of what I’ve learned over the last twenty years, of developing my craft. Deb’s Writing Room is my blog. I try to post weekly, so if you like what you read there, sign up to receive my posts directly to your inbox, and you’ll save time having to stop in here (though you’re welcome anytime!).
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The Dear One series is set in the 1910s, starting in late 1911 with My Dear One, due out in April 2018.
The sequel, My Own (late 2018) begins a few months prior to the 1914 outbreak of WWI. The third book, My One True Love (2019), carries the reader through 1915. Two more books are planned in the series, and I’ll update progress on them, as progress warrants.