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Deborah Goodrich Royce

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FINDING MRS. FORD - named one of Forbes's Top 5, Good Morning America's Top 10, & Book Riot's Top 50 Summer Books of 2019!

Deborah Goodrich Royce graduated Summa Cum Laude from Lake Erie College in 1980 with a BA in modern foreign languages (French and Italian) and a minor in dance. In 2008, she received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the same institution.

Deborah was an actress in film and television for ten years. Her big break came with the leading role of Silver Kane, sister of the legendary Erica Kane, on the long running ABC soap opera, All My Children. Deborah went on to star in feature films such as Remote Control, April Fool's Day, and Just One of the Guys, television movies such as Return to Peyton Place, The
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Deborah Goodrich Royce The best thing about being a writer is that magical feeling when you sit at your computer and your characters do or say something that you just never…moreThe best thing about being a writer is that magical feeling when you sit at your computer and your characters do or say something that you just never thought of! Or the story takes a turn that surprises you! Yes, I outline and plan where I am going. But then, sometimes, the book takes me somewhere else. That is magical. (less)
Deborah Goodrich Royce When I am experiencing a block with a book, I try to put it aside and focus on another aspect besides writing. I might take a walk or read something…moreWhen I am experiencing a block with a book, I try to put it aside and focus on another aspect besides writing. I might take a walk or read something else. I have a meditation practice, but I do that the first thing every day, before I have turned my attention to the world or writing. And I am a serious fan of the bath—as tonic, as therapy, as refuge, as warmth, as inspiration, as just about everything good. I will take a bath at any time of day that I feel the need! (less)
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Finding Mrs. Ford

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Q: What inspired you to write Finding Mrs. Ford?
A: Several different threads of inspiration coalesced to get me started on Finding Mrs. Ford. Firstand I say this only half facetiouslywas the empty nest. I jokingly say that it took the youngest child leaving home for me to get the real estate in my brain back. To be clear, I LOVE my children and could notwould notimagine my life without them. Ho... Read more of this blog post »
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"Finding Mrs. Ford by Deborah Goodrich Royce is a well written suspenseful thriller.
The timeline alternates between the past in Detroit in the 1970's and current day in Rhode Island.

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Finding Mrs. Ford by Deborah Goodrich Royce
"Finding Mrs. Ford is an intriguing storyline from the start. Susan Ford lives an easy life in her upscale cottage. Appearances are good. One day her perfect bubble is no longer when the police arrive at her door questioning how she knows Sammy Fak..." Read more of this review »
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Wow! I loved this twisty page turner they genuinely surprised me. In this day of predictable thrillers, its rare to find a book that is not at all what you think. But the story of Susan, told in dual timelines, 35 years and many states apart, d..." Read more of this review »
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