My writing asks those many questions we have about the human spirit, and why we get lost along our way.

Growing up in suburban Pennsylvania with her twin brother and older sister, Deborah never thought writing would become her passion. She attended the University of Maryland, graduating with a degree in Education and immediately moved to Reno, Nevada. Deborah married several years later as most girls do thinking they know themselves so well to make such a grown-up decision. Deborah struggled through this 'starter marriage' as she calls it, learning so much about herself and her dreams that were left untouched until she awoke to her true journey in finding herself.


It wouldn't be until 2001 that she found her passion for writing after a very prophetic dream. Three months later, she would fly to London to continue research on her first novel, Churchill's Raven. Her manuscript would receive her first award by the Nevada Arts Council Fellowship Competition as the first YA novel to receive an Honors in historical fiction. Deborah has won over six awards for her various novels and screenplays. 


Deborah also has inadvertently joined the hundreds of thousands of people rebelling against Big Pharma and finding her path to wellness through honoring her body with a new way of eating and fasting. She shares on her Blog how she noticed her health decline in a matter of months and knew she had to do something. Discover what she learned during her intensive medical research, and how paying attention to what your body needs can help you regain your life back.


Deborah has several works in progress from novels to screenplays. When not writing, she dreams of her cottage by the sea in New England, laughs until she cries with her sweetheart, Rich, and cheers on her daughter, Paige in college at Brandeis University. 

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