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Hi everyone! I’m Esther, proud millennial, writer and content creator for authors. When I’m not wearing my writer cape, I’m a Digital Marketing specialist helping brands define their online identity. Because I work remotely, I can actually travel the world while I’m at it, so I’ve been a perpetual nomad for quite some time and loving every second.

Devouring comics, superhero movies and reinventing recipes are just a few of my favorite things. Oh, and all things nerdy. And cats!

One of my missions here is to support and promote other members of the writing industry, so whether you’re a bestselling author, indie author, beta reader, editor, book cover designer, etc. I’d love to join you on your journey and help you promote your work to the rig
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7 Questions With Author Deborah Lagarde

Born on Long Island, NY, in 1952, Deborah Lagarde now lives in the mountains of far west Texas and is married with two children, both adults now. She began writing fiction stories at about 8 years old with pen and loose leaf paper, and created...


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Amazing character development, twists and plot. I especially loved the romance, gracefully done. Excited for the following installment.
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"This is different from the books I usually read, but I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was fun, witty, and romantic with a surprise twist at the end that leaves you wanting more! Two thumbs up!!"
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“When you’re in your twenties and you haven’t fully realized what you look for in a partner, the single market has about everything you can imagine and more. And you’re like a blank canvas—everyone’s like a blank canvas—as you discover how to paint a relationship together.

Later in life, when you’ve experienced love and heartbreak and you find yourself single again and returning to the spouseless market, you kind of figure out that what’s left for you…is not a blank canvas for you to write your story on anymore. Every bachelor comes with a previous story, with drama and emotional baggage from their past relationships.

And you—you—have to deal with it all, measure the puzzle pieces and see if somehow they might fit within the gaps and cracks left by your own experiences.”
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“Over the two following post-breakup days, Zoey’s apartment held a different kind of music: the nose-blowing orchestra, the weeping philharmonic, the out-of-breath solo.”
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“If life had been a calligraphy contest she’d be the right-handed dummy attending her first lesson with the left hand.

She sympathized with the clumsy because she’d always felt like one, it was her own built-in teacher feature. Not understanding where she fit in came with a lot of drama and a lot of days in the rain with no umbrella.”
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“Over the two following post-breakup days, Zoey’s apartment held a different kind of music: the nose-blowing orchestra, the weeping philharmonic, the out-of-breath solo.”
Esther Rabbit, Lost in Amber

“If life had been a calligraphy contest she’d be the right-handed dummy attending her first lesson with the left hand.

She sympathized with the clumsy because she’d always felt like one, it was her own built-in teacher feature. Not understanding where she fit in came with a lot of drama and a lot of days in the rain with no umbrella.”
Esther Rabbit, Lost in Amber

“The week wasn’t even over and on top of Sam and Emma getting dumped slash divorced, Zoey remembered Ben the janitor freshly divorcing his spouse and Christopher Grave breaking it off for the billionth time with none other than Anthony Bush, her first adult crush. Those two were probably
going to go on and off like the Grand Slam anyway.

The world was soon coming to a broken-hearted zombie apocalypse with the
not-so-better halves roaming the Earth in search of the one meant to put an end to the misery, sales of self-help books going high, therapists’ agendas fully booked, and chick flicks gone out of the shelves of video rental stores—if there were any left post Netflix.”
Esther Rabbit, Lost in Amber

“Nose wipe?” Zoey pulled out a Kleenex. “Is it just me or does this brand sound exactly like what it’s for…clean your tears after your ex…Kleenex?”
Esther Rabbit, Lost in Amber

“Letting go of that hope meant letting go of James, which was like letting go of air, toes letting go of nails, and fairly comparable to
everyone letting go of electricity in our time. That bad.

But in the meantime, this would be a distraction. Purgatory. With drinks and meeting new people, more time to focus on
lesson planning and craftwork, art galleries, miniature museums. Anything to keep the thoughts away from drowning the itsy bit of sanity left. She’d even settle for a state of
temporary trance.”
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