Sister World, Back to Terah

The story evolves. As the final battles of an old war begin, Terah is on the brink of freedom or total destruction. Looking into the eyes of my dog, Boots, I realize he is the inspiration for my mother’s favorite character. Though he doesn’t need to speak, I have given him a voice.

UPDATING DARKNESS AND LIGHT SERIES

A Darkness Descending has a new cover. I thank Rob Bentley for his work. So far Where There Was Darkness, Darkness and Light Hunter and Darkness and Light Vampires have great covers thanks to Rob and Norma Gustafson (for the photos used for the last two books). I have a lot of thinking to do about Dark Night of the Soul. I’m going to update its content. Like most-if not all-of the books I’ve read, the authors improve over time. In Dark Night, there’s so much I want to say. I think I can say it better. I’ll let you know when its been republished.

It’s time to get back to Sister World. I can’t leave my characters in their precarious positions. Let the pacing begin.

UPDATES

I’m updating my books, starting with Where There Was Darkness. I will post when each book’s updated version becomes available. If you have an old issue, contact me and I’ll get a signed new version to you at a discounted price. I accept PayPal and the charge for mailing within the US is not extravagant.

Once again I have to thank RK Bently for his guidance and experience.

DARKNESS AND LIGHT VAMPIRES

I’m very excited to announce that as of this morning, Vampires is available in all formats. I put away the notebooks, my research and the proof, feeling like I lost a friend. I hope in your life, as in Marcus’, you find the light there is even in the dark.

2022

Sorry it took so long to post, but I’ve just gotten back to some serious writing. I’m sending the final version of the book cover of Vampires out. With the usual quick response I should get the formats back soon. If all goes well, the book will be available this coming week. YEAH

As the final book in the Darkness and Light series, I find myself already missing the characters I’ve come to love. Hoping you do too. Sending a copy of the first book, Dark Night of the Soul off to England. I hope it has more than a vacation.

Beta Review

I got my first review of Darkness and Light, Vampires from my beta reader. I count on her honesty and appreciate all the time she’s given me. Publishing process starting soon. I’d appreciate any reviews from my readers on any of my books. Thanks for being there.

Here’s the review

 Darkness  and Light, Vampires, is the fifth in a series of very entertaining stories that run the gamut of emotions from the light hearted, to the darkest of human depravity, through salvation, redemption and back into the light. In spite of the intensity of the subject matter, yet without trivializing it, Debra has created an adventure thriller that also includes love, warmth and shows just how much having a sense of humor contributes to overcoming negative events. This fifth and final chapter of Marcus’ life nicely concludes the series and will leave every reader really satisfied.

BACK TO WORK

I celebrated the changing year in Florida with my brother-in-law and the Hogwarts Express. Though I enjoyed my visit and being able to make believe I was a child, riding the movies and eating in Hogsmeade, I missed being back on my computer.

I was able to complete the editing of Darkness and Light, Vampires and will be turning the manuscript over for publication soon. I am also looking forward to going to Terah. I hope you will come with me. Our journey through the wormhole will be much less painful the Becarra and Kahill’s, though the welcome will be far more dangerous. Come with me, it should be a helluva ride.

EXETER CRAFT FAIR

I hope to see you at the Craft Fair at the Exeter Grange from 9-3 both Saturday and Sunday. I will be selling my books along with local vendors selling their crafts

Local Craft Fair

I will be signing and selling my books at the Exeter Grange December, 4th and 5th, from 9am-3pm. There will be many local(Exeter, RI) crafters there. Let’s get come Christmas shopping done. Don’t forget there’s nothing like a good book.