Interview by Dayna Leigh Cheser

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February 1, 2015 by dborys

It’s probably no surprise that my Street Stories novels are my favorite books from those I have written. But you might want to click through to read the rest of this interview by Author Dayna Leigh Cheser to find out a few more things you probably don’t know.Me-300w72px

How many books have you written? Which is your favorite, and why?

There are three books in the Street Stories series so far, ‘Painted Black’, ‘Bend Me Shape Me’, and ‘Box of Rain’. Then I have two books written under my maiden name of Deb Donahue, both mysteries. These are, of course, only the published books. I have written probably ten total novels since I started writing seriously, some of which are worthless, and others, which may someday be rewritten into something publishable.

My favorites are the Street Stories books, because they are the closest to my heart. If I have to pick just one, I would say ‘Painted Black’, because it was my first published work and because the main street kid, Chris, reminds me so much of a street youth I got to know on a personal level. I hope the real young man who inspired me is doing well and off the streets by now.

via RBD: Box of Rain, Part 2 | Author Dayna Leigh Cheser.

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