Debra is the co-author of Tears to Laughter: Embracing the Future Without Letting go of the Past. She has contributed to several anthologies, including Tales From a Rocky Coast, Volume 1 and Tales From the Corner. Her thought provoking and whimsical poetry has been published in the SLO Tribune and Woman’s Press.
Debra is the current leader of the Friday Night Writers’ Group and she is spearheading an anthology, which is expected out in 2017. She is the Webmaster of kritiquekritics.com and several other websites. She was the Webmaster of SLONightWriters’ website. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Information Systems from California State University, Long Beach.
Debra is an award winning author, narrative poet and artist who lives in San Luis Obispo, CA and enjoys working on her writing and Neonesque Artwork design while her three kittens vie for her attention. Debra lives with her husband, German Shepherd and seven cats. The cats give her never ending comic relief and ideas for poems and stories.
I’ve been trying to change the footers on all my sites, for some time. I managed to put what I wanted on the footer, but I was having problems with having them link where I wanted. This is something that was very easy to me a couple of years ago, but something changed in the code.
Well, I watched this Tech Guy on YouTube. It was so easy to achieve what I wanted after I watched his tutorial.
I’m working on three projects at the same time. I think it will be easier to do several books at once since they are all fairly far along in the process. Also, I tend to forget how to do something if it’s been a long time since I’ve done it.
I still have the following to do:
Working with cover artist on new design or finalizing a design
Final arrangement of the interior
Ordering proof copies
Getting several editors to review book
When all of the above has been completed, then I will:
Put the books on Amazon and Kindle
The upcoming books are This ‘n’ That Poetry, Meow Poetry and a book on blogging ideas which I haven’t decided on a name for it, yet.