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My life in 8 words
writer of books, mother of teenagers = always surprising
A quest for finding meaning
Work in progress, one day at a time.
Barbara Royal Dr.
Integrative, Healing, Wild, Music, Humor, Family, Animals, Love
Three decades without a salary and loving it.
A series of improbable coincidences
Recent Author Blog Posts
I love having my own personal pre-reader. My daughter gets stacks of books from the library and basically screens them for me. Sometimes she tells me they’re not worth my time. Sometimes after the first few chapters, she says I … Continue reading...
Hello. My name is Deborah Dunn and we are going to be talking about life. More to the point, how to get one, one that makes you want to get up in the morning and hit the floor running, one that you appreciate and enjoy instead of a life where you...
It’s been a month since the last links dump of posts from Forbes, though, really, I took a couple of weeks off there, so it’s been less than that in terms of active blogging time. But I’ve put up a bunch of stuff in July, so here are some links: —...
Wandered into Soho this afternoon with Harry in search of camera shops (yes). Checked out The Photographer's Gallery and loved the Bert Hardy exhibition. Meandered here and there, each step a gesture of defiance to my hangover, and then, in...
AUTHORBUZZ: Click here to discover new books, "meet" the authors and enter to win. Dear Reader, I was inspired as I was cleaning out the armoire in my dressing room. I live in a historical home, big enough for my...
Hey, do you need the perfect* gift? How about a signed copy of Leland Purvis and my NYT Best Seller The Imitation Game, delivered to your doorstep by someone in a great looking uniform?Nicola's Books here in Ann Arbor has you covered. Just click...
I’ve talked a few times on here about my attempted suicide when I was 19, so I won’t go into detail about it again. It’s the reasons that I want to talk about. I’m not religious. I wasn’t religious when I was 19. But I was pretty clear on who I...
There is simplistic beauty and a lovely charge in this work I share today for Poetry Friday. In It was so quiet I could hear a pin drop, flat graphic shapes are combined with what appear to be old print imagery. The two together create an open...
As a result of the events that took place over the past weeks, I’ve pondered on the cause and effect of snap judgment. In terms of the black men killed by men in blue, the immediate–and understandable–reaction was that these unjustifiable killings...