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Come See Me Over at Debby’s Today


Today, I’m visiting Debby Gies. I don’t do a lot of interviews but Debby asked some pretty good questions as part of her ongoing Meet the Author series. Questions like:

  • What are my writing goals for the year
  • If I weren’t a writer, what would I be (lazy or boring comes to mind)
  • Where do my writing ideas come from

I’d love to see you there!

Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the Man vs. Nature saga. She is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, blog webmaster, an Amazon Vine Voice,  a columnist for NEA Today, and a freelance journalist. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Against All Odds Winter 2020. You can find her tech ed books at her publisher’s website, Structured Learning

50 thoughts on “Come See Me Over at Debby’s Today

  1. Pingback: I’m over at Jill Weatherholt’s today! | WordDreams...

  2. How wonderful to see you in Debbie’s blog, Jacqui! You are definitely busy but determined and that value has paid off for you! Congrats! I tried to like and comment on Debbie’s post from my tablet, but I can’t for some reason. I’ll head back later when I can get to my PC.

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  3. Hi. Your resume is terrific. You’ve done a lot!

    “I have done so many other jobs. Each I’m sure contributed to where I am now as
    a teacher-author. At different points in my work life, I installed cell phone antennas
    for Sprint (those bulky white tall spires that are either on the ground or on
    rooftops—even water towers), design-built preschools on corporate campuses
    (after convincing them they should provide daycare for employee children), played
    secretary to a labor advocate, made loans through a finance company (and
    repossessed cars), owned and taught at a Fred Astaire dance studio, worked with
    trash collectors—I could go on. I wouldn’t return to any of these. Writing by far is
    my favorite of all jobs.”

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