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Category Archives: Street Stories Series

  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. Jo Sullivan Interviewed on Library of Erana

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    December 17, 2014 by dborys

    Street Stories reporter Jo Sullivan stopped by the Library of Erana website a couple days ago to answer a few …
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  3. Author Interview at Library of Erana

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    December 6, 2014 by dborys

    The Library of Erana website posted this interview of me Dec. 5.  Why not click through to see what other …
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  4. Life is a battleground – b-boying battle, that is

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    November 11, 2014 by dborys

    Originally posted on BOX OF RAIN: another STREET STORIES suspense novel:
    I’m just finishing up proofreads of Box of Rain and thought I would share this scene…

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  5. An Interview by Fiona Mcvie

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    October 29, 2014 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    Finoa Mcview has one of the most prolific author interview sites I’ve ever seen.  If you…

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  6. We are live, people! Box of Rain pre-orderable on Amazon

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    October 24, 2014 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    If you can’t wait to order a copy of the third Street Stories novel, Box of…

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  7. In Print Book Fair October 25

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    October 22, 2014 by dborys

    Originally posted on Debra R. Borys:
    This Saturday, October 25, I will be one of 25 authors present at the In Print…

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