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We are live, people! Box of Rain pre-orderable on Amazon

  Posted by Deb Borys , 24 October 2014 · 81 views

If you can’t wait to order a copy of the third Street Stories novel, Box of Rain, you don’t have to.  The link is live at Amazon.com where you can get your name in to receive your mobi file on … Continue reading



In Print Book Fair October 25

  Posted by Deb Borys , 22 October 2014 · 196 views

This Saturday, October 25, I will be one of 25 authors present at the In Print Book Fair in Rockford. There will be family events, speakers, food and poetry readings, too.Filed under: Events



Cover image completed for Box of Rain

  Posted by Deb Borys , 14 October 2014 · 78 views

We just completed the image to go on the front of the ebook and print versions of Box of Rain. I love it! Artwork by the wonderful Annie Walls. Ebook should be preorderable later this month and available for purchase … Continue reading



More Word of Art Finalists

  Posted by Deb Borys , 26 September 2014 · 103 views

I promised I would post more info about the In Print Word of Art event that took place September 5. There were five finalists chosen by Word Judge John Gilemy, including mine, An Autumn Afternoon. Here are the others. THE … Continue reading



An Awesome Autumn Afternoon

  Posted by Deb Borys , 06 September 2014 · 100 views

Yesterday’s In Print Word of Art reception was a great kick off for an awesome autumn.  And I’m  not just saying that because my piece, An Autumn Afternoon, was one of five finalists selected by writer/publisher John Gile from the … Continue reading



New Author Event: Word of Art September 5

  Posted by Deb Borys , 26 August 2014 · 12,123 views

I am excited to be one of the writers chosen to participate in the InPrint Word of Art Event on Friday, September 5 from 4-8 pm in Rockford IL. For those of you unfamiliar, Word of Art is a collaboration … Continue reading



August Owes February

  Posted by Deb Borys , 01 August 2014 · 68 views

As I mentioned in my post of February 1, February got shorted one day so that August (aka Roman Emperor Augustus) could rival July’s glory (aka Julius Caesar).  Overall, though, the changes Augustus made for the sake of vanity are … Continue reading

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Small Towns, Small News, Small Fish

  Posted by Deb Borys , 15 July 2014 · 63 views

Hello?  Is anybody there?  Am I here? Or am I, maybe, invisible? I get that I live in a small town now.  A small pond, as they say.  And it’s not like I moved back here because I want to … Continue reading

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WordPress Wednesdays: Is Word Whoring Really Worth it?

  Posted by Deb Borys , 09 July 2014 · 87 views

When I first started promoting Painted Black, the process was confusing and time consuming: visiting social media sites, looking for reviewers, trying to set up author events. It still is, which is why lately I’ve started doing less of it … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Fabulous new inventions from 1937

  Posted by Deb Borys , 27 June 2014 · 101 views

Everyone else seems to hop on the Throwback Thursday or Flashback Friday bandwagons, so here’s my version, from the 1937 Compton’s Picture Encyclopedia, the very latest in technology for you. Filed under: Comptons Pictured Encyclopedia 1937

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