'Good on ya' for standing up to writers who would contort history, and for making historic journalism entertaining.
Mark Fitzgerald (from the Australian outback)
Thanks for your blogspot--a funny-wonderful idea. A writer friend sent me to it. Congratulations on the Lifetime movie--I'll be looking for it, and your novels.
I can't wait to meet Homer Hickam! I have all his books. I especially like his four memoirs and his "Josh Thurlow" adventure novels.
Thanks for doing the story Jill!
Thanks for the heads-up on this. I just made the correction to our 2000 archives. - Jill Thomas
I think this book is called "Swimming Sweet Arrow." At least that's what it says on the cover.
As an author who has had the honor of meeting Ms. Harris at a conference, I have to add that she is as personable, delightful, and friendly in person as she is in interviews. Thank you for featuring her. Happy reading! debstover.com
woohoo! go mandabach! jawsh wuz here ----->o
I've never read any of Deborah Stover books, but if someone will send them to me in China, I will, and include in our English Library.
Above and beyond her books, I appreciate her social consciousness!
We are all faced with the trials and tribulations that life presents. Some wither, some blossom. She has blossomed!
Hutch in China
You're a strong woman, Deb, not only to persevere through the trials you've endured, but also for having such a large heart to open your life to children with special needs. Kudos to you, Deb.
In a world where heros and heroines are few and far between, I consider you a true heroine.
Deb Stover's books deserve their Award Winning category. I also know she's an amazing lady. Thanks for putting her in the spotlight.
Deb Stover is a perfect example of a woman who has chosen a hard road and travelled it successfuly. Bless her and her children
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