A strong advocate of indie publishing, Deb is the author of a heaping handful of non-fiction books, including cruise travel guide books laced with stories about her innocent (so he says) husband, a book on how to write one’s personal story, how to complain, and several cookbooks, science, and craft books with her seven beloved grandchildren in mind. Deb’s background in stand-up comedy spills into her writings.
Current projects include a generational story told through the antique cookie cutter collection, a hand pie cook book, and another cruise with Jerria and Will, this time to the Canadian Maritimes.
Deb’s superpowers include: being able to spell-check and grammar-check with her brain; heading up the making of 1006 quilts for Project Linus; a quick mind that enables her to improvise on a dime; and her talent as a skilled bargain hunter, including being able to find name brand items with store tags still on them in second hand stores with laser focus.
Deb loves to travel, anywhere that involves a suitcase, or –better yet—a passport. She has three grown kids and seven grandchildren who are cuter than yours. It seems that many cozy mystery flyleafs tell that the author lives with a spouse and assorted cats. Deb Graham loves her author husband, but sadly, has no cats.
Want to learn more about Deb? Check out this great interview conducted by Fiona McVie.