First Friend By Deb Anna

When I began thinking about this topic, I planned to write about Leah, my best friend from kindergarten through about third grade. Fourth? It can be difficult to determine when best friendships morph into regular old friendships, especially while looking back on those pre-pubescent years, but I’m fairly certain that by fifth grade — after Leah had transferred schools — we’d both moved on to other favorites. Then I remembered…

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News Flash! May 6, 2007

Debs Talking to Debs! Deb Mia is yakking it up with Deb Tish the day before THE day. Join in the conversation at Mia Musings this Monday. As for recipes, we have Jack’s substitute salad dressing from the scene where he tries to convince his son’s girlfriend that he’s a normal father. Do you really want to miss that? Friends of the Debs! The Debs are thrilled to announce that…

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If I don’t Believe am I still a Bull? Or just full of it? by Deb Kristy

So I know this post is a little later than my usual Saturday post, but it was on purpose. Really. See, I had to wait until today in order to bring you this: Powered by Astrocenter.com  May 5, 2007 Daily Taurus horoscope Your concept of reality may be more based on your emotions than on facts, dear Taurus. This is one of those days when this sort of paradigm of…

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Astronomy and Astrology

Science was never my subject. I considered myself artsy and science not creative.  In University we had to have a set number of science credits in order to graduate. I was really excited to sign up for Astronomy. My family and friends were a bit surprised by my enthusiasm and downright shocked when I told them that astronomy had been a long standing interest of mine. In the weeks before…

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Harmony, Balance and a Contest Give-Away by Deb Mia

Here’s my basic approach to life — there are all sorts of clues and bits of information (experiences gone good, experiences gone bad) that help us develop a greater understanding of who we are and what it is we want to do next. Astrology — just like the I Ching, dreams, “coincidences,” Chinese fortune cookies, therapy and so on — is one of those things. I like to check my…

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Working Title by Deb Jennifer

I thought I’d go off topic today, because what I’ve been obsessing about lately isn’t astrology, but titles.  But perhaps my trouble with titles has something to do with me being a Gemini – with being moody and indecisive sometimes to the point of paralysis.  See, I’ve got a list of possible new titles for my young adult book taped up on the wall above my desk.  It’s been there for…

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The Age of Sagittarius by Deb Tish

I have to confess. I’ve always been especially proud to be Sagittarius. When I was a child, I loved it because of the whole half-man/half-horse thing. It brought me that much closer to riding a horse and the fact that I had hooves for feet only made it more exciting. It proved my love for equines was more than just a whim. It was a birthright. The only thing that might have…

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Sign of the Times

When I used to tell people my sign, they’d nod and purse their lips, as if to say, “Figures.” Or they’d ask me directly if that was my sign and smile victoriously when I admitted that it was. Or, when I revealed the information, they’d shake their heads, take a tentative step away and mutter something about how they once knew one, but it had been a long time ago….

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News Flash! April 29, 2007

Debs Keep Dancing! Deb Mia’s second novel, THE ALOHA DIARIES, was sold last week to Berkley Trade, publisher of GOOD THINGS, with an August 2008 pub date! A big mahalo to Deb Mia’s new agent, Jenny Bent at Trident Media, for negotiating the deal and to Wendy McCurdy, executive editor at Penguin, for saying yes! Read the synopsis by clicking here. And We Have a Winner! Congratulations to Marianne from…

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