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Category Archives: Street Stories Series

  1. Cat Pee and Deadlines

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    April 30, 2018 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    Jo threw her toothbrush into her makeup bag, the other hand holding the phone to her…

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  2. The Cheese Stands Alone

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    March 26, 2018 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    Like the nursery rhyme game, each Street Story novel stands alone. What does progress throughout the…

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  3. Conversation Without Condemnation

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    March 19, 2018 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    As Jo shut the door behind her, something on the bulletin board across the hall caught…

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  4. When Backstory Comes Forward

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    December 13, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    “WESTMONT HIGH SCHOOL” The words engraved in plaster above the door drew Lily’s eye as she…

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  5. The Sins of the Daughter

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    December 1, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    Lou ran a hand through his hair, causing the short strands to stand up even further.…

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  6. Jo Likes Tequila

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    November 29, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Birthing the Next Book:
    He makes my skin crawl. Why had she told Lily that? Jo poured another shot of…

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  7. Fiction Reflects Reality

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    November 6, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    Sometimes a scene writes itself. The characters start talking and I just record what they say…

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  8. Plot Knots

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    October 6, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    At just over 25,000 words, Cry Baby Cry has reached the one-third point. In other words,…

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  9. Birthing the Next Synopsis

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    September 25, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    Coming up with a catchy summary to describe a book is always tricky. How do you…

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  10. Generating Suspense

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    September 18, 2017 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    Sometimes I get worried I’m rushing through the plot lines too quickly and sometimes I worry…

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More Stories

Cry Baby Cry

Another Street Stories Suspense Novel

Birthing the Next Book

The beginnings of a new Street Stories novel

STREET STORIES Novels

Putting a serious spin on suspense

Olive & Oregano

The recipes of a Greek Egyptian home cook

'diff graff

Featuring Street Art and Graffiti from Cardiff and beyond

The Spadina Monologues

"Blogging isn't journalism, it's graffiti with punctuation."