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When a Bargain Isn’t!

By Debbie Kaufman You’ve seen the shows. Woman who devotes her every waking hour to coupon clipping? Anxiety attacks at checkout if one coupon fails to go through? Shelves of cereal, diapers, toilet paper and every condiment known to man back home already? Well, that’s not me. Oh, I used to be a coupon fiend, […]

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Letters to Santa

By Debbie Kaufman Tis’ the season.  Okay, I can say that now that Thanksgiving is officially over.  Typically I refuse to think of any other holiday until the turkey is a vague memory.  But, once the last slice of pumpkin pie has hit my thighs, I start in on my Christmas gift-giving list.  This year […]

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Debut of The Doctor’s Mission

By Debbie Kaufman Monkeys, malaria, and cannibals. If you’d asked me when I first started writing, I probably would have sworn an oath that these things wouldn’t be found together in any book I was writing. But today is the release of my debut novel, an inspirational historical adventure, The Doctor’s Mission, and it has […]

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5 Things Every Writer Needs to Know!

             5 Things Every Writer Needs To Know By Debbie Kaufman I just returned from this year’s Georgia Romance Writer’s Moonlight & Magnolias conference, and, as always, it was wonderful.  Out of the multitude of things I took away from this conference, I found a lot of things pertinent to me since my first novel, The […]

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  NEVER CRY WEREWOLF   Author Heather Davis Harper Teen ISBN 978-0-06-134925-6 Genre: Young Adult Paranormal   From the back cover: Moonlight can totally change your life.  And it all starts so simply. You. Him. The moon.  You’re toast. Okay, so maybe Shelby has made a few mistakes with boys lately (how was she […]

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   CHECKPOINTS BY: Debbie Kaufman Traditionally, January is the month of assessment, goal-setting, and new directions.  February or March is the next step: disillusionment and the return of old habits.  August?  Well for me, August is the month that checkpoints came into my life. Recently, I’ve gone back to setting very specific goals in my […]

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