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Category Archives: A Box of Rain

  1. 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 …
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  2. The Future Fate of the B-Boy Culture

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    October 31, 2014 by dborys

    One of the beta readers for Box of Rain brought up the question of whether or not b-boying (known as …
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  3. Nurture vs. Nature: Fostering Kids Can Make A Difference

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    March 27, 2014 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    As I was researching background on my character Booker T. Brooks for the next Street Stories…

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  4. It’s Raining Titles

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    March 26, 2014 by dborys

    I’m thinking of changing the working title of my third Street Stories novel from Hello Goodbye to something that has …
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  5. B-boxing Babies

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    February 12, 2014 by dborys

    Booker T’s love of dance started when he was just a kid, much like the battling shorties in the video …
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  6. Booker T is Booking to the Beat

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    February 8, 2014 by dborys

    Booker T supplements his college scholarship by street dancing when he can.  He learns his moves from groups like this …
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  7. Meet Booker T.

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    January 30, 2014 by dborys

    One thing that is essential to creating a story that grabs the reader is knowing your characters inside and out. For me that means getting inside their head before I even write one word about them.

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