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July 24:
Must Read Faster (spotlight)

July 24:
The Authors Blog (spotlight)

July 25:
Just Another Bookaholic (spotlight)

July 25:
Mello and June (spotlight)

July 25:
Marianne Willis Author (spotlight)

July 26:
Books,Dreams,Life (spotlight)

July 27:
Literary Musings (interview)

July 27:
Mythical Books (spotlight)

July 28:
Brayton's Briefs (guest blog)

July 28:
Share My Destiny (spotlight)

July 31:
Urban Fantasy Investigations (guest blog)

August 1:
Vicky at Deal Sharing Aunt (spotlight)

August 2:
Reads 2 Love (spotlight)

August 3:
T's Stuff (interview)

August 4:
Paranormal Romance and More (guest blog)

August 7:
Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer (interview)

August 7:
3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, and Sissy, Too! (spotlight)

August 8:
Midweek Escapes at Kay Phoenix's Blog (guest blog)

August 9:
Silver Dagger Scriptorium (spotlight)

August 10:
The Book Junkie Reads (interview)

August 11:
Traci Douglass (spotlight)

August 11:
Simply Kelina (spotlight)

August 14:
Author's Secrets (interview)

August 14:
For Love of Books4 (spotlight)

August 15:
Lovely Loveday (spotlight)

August 15:
Full Moon Bites (interview)

August 16:
The Book Drealms (review)

August 17:
Ramblings of a Book Nerd (spotlight)

August 17:
Fanatical Paranormal Romantical (review)

August 17:
Lisa's World of Books (spotlight)

August 18:
Supernatural Central (interview)

August 18:
Romantic Reviews (review)

August 21:
I Smell Sheep (review)

August 21:
Illuminite Caliginosus (spotlight)

August 21:
Ogitchida Kwe's Book Blog (spotlight)



Places, Everyone!
Affaire de Coeur
How Setting Can Affect Characters and Readers

When I'm dreaming up a novel -- especially an historical one -- the place where my characters will live and interact is almost a character within itself. I have used real places and places I've invented. Either way, research and attention to detail is involved.

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Read Deborah's Interview with the Tulsa World
Portrait of Deborah Camp

Her heroes are misunderstood and flawed.

Her heroines are sassy, independent thinkers but with some insecurities.

"They're a lot like me, except a lot prettier, and they don't have as sharp a tongue as I do," said Deborah Camp, Debby to her friends, a successful Tulsa writer with more than 35 novels to her credit.

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Read Deborah's Interview with Affaire de Coeur
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"I do most of my fiction writing in the evenings and on weekends. I keep a notebook nearby to jot down character names, descriptions, ideas for upcoming scenes, dialogue, etc. Normally, I set a 10 page goal for myself every day I write on my novel. I don't stop until I reach the goal."

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All Deborah's books are now available for Kindle readers! You can see them all on Amazon and Amazon Kindle.



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Deborah Camp and Her Happy Campers
Deborah Camp and Her Happy Campers 15 members
A place to discuss Deborah's books, ask questions, get answers, talk about books and authors we l...

Books we've read

Through His Eyes
Through His Heart
Through His Touch
To Seduce and Defend
The Girlfriend
The Boss
The Bride
The Ex
Sequence One


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