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An Ode To Bread! And Cheese! And Cookie Dough!

There are twenty more days of lent to go and I am STARVING…and failing. For the Holy Season, I decided to try going paleo, which involves giving up process foods, focusing mostly on meats and veggies. Hard to do when you constantly out and about or making appearances at book festivals, where they serve nothing but sandwiches,…
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Are You Ready For Your Blessings?

HAPPY ST. PATTY’S DAY!!!! A day for green drinking, leprechauns, and debauchery. This week, us Debs are discussing the luck we’ve had on the road to publishing. Before I begin, let’s take a quick deep dive into the word LUCK: The English noun luck appears comparatively late, during the 1480s, as a loan from Low German (Dutch or Frisian) luk,…
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Following Natalie Down The Rabbit Hole to Agentland

I followed my agent’s blog, Adventures in Agentland, long before I knew she’d be the one! Natalie Lakosil’s awesome site, named one of the best sites for writers by Writer’s Digest, is chuck full of helpful tips on querying, manuscript revisions, character development, and marketing. One of the main sites I revisited to understand how agents…
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I Like My Life (Despite Missing My Heart) 

First off, BIG CONGRATS to our 2016 Deb Abby Fabiaschi!! I’ll admit, this was a hard read for me. Because it forced me to face feelings I had hidden for a while. Some novels can be triggering, but in the best ways! As you’ve noticed, this week is all sunshine and rainbows talking about painful life moments…
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