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“Writing a book is a long, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand.”
- George Orwell

 

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I have never heard a better description for the ache, the need and the passion involved in writing a book. It is a force that cannot be ignored. Every sight, every sound, every scent, sense and event creates a tiny jolt, a sudden rush of excitement about the story hidden within. 

Scribbled thoughts are everywhere. New journals and pens are purchased regularly. “Idea” folders overflow. Excitement builds as thoughts meld, as sound and scent create a new perception, a new scenario in which to challenge a still-unknown hero, to propel a still-unknown heroine to uncover the secrets of her inner strength.

Danger awaits them. Trust evades them. Yet, they fight on throughout their journey – the writer’s demon possessing them as well. And then when the end is in sight and their challenge is nearly met, their passion takes hold and romance sizzles from every glance, every word. Every touch.

 

My hope is for the journeys I create to be as exciting for you to read as they are for me to write.

 

Danger rages.
                 Passions burn.
                                And new-found trust turns into love.
 

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Debora Dale

Romantic Suspense

Where fear and passion collide

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KILLER NASHVILLE CLAYMORE AWARD

2011 Finalist - Debora Dale Canyon Road

2011 Finalist – Debora Dale
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"It is not the goal but the way there that matters, and the harder the way the more worthwhile the journey." ~Wilfred Thesiger