Deborah Taylor-French

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Deborah Taylor-French I write Morning Pages. Those pages invite a stream of consciousness mode so I write them fast. Writing fast does not come easy as I wrestled with dysl…moreI write Morning Pages. Those pages invite a stream of consciousness mode so I write them fast. Writing fast does not come easy as I wrestled with dyslexia. I wanted to read in grammar school, learning became a huge effort. I love to read and know that looking up words adds to my vocabulary, so reading helps write. (less)
Deborah Taylor-French I love being a story-wizard and wordsmith. Storytelling captured me early in life, and I catch myself collecting and telling stories. The easiest part…moreI love being a story-wizard and wordsmith. Storytelling captured me early in life, and I catch myself collecting and telling stories. The easiest part for me is the characters and story. (less)
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Gianna Thomas Hi, Deborah,

Thanks for making me your friend. I love cats, and I write Regency romance including Pride and Prejudice variations.

Have a lovely weekend.

Gianna Thomas


Catherine Stine Hi, Deborah, thanks for friending me.
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Simon Thanks for looking me up, Deborah.


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