The Necromancer’s Daughter Book Tour: Day 28 (Last Stop!) | Myths of the Mirror

Thank you Diana Peach, for this lovely post you wrote about me and my blog and books as a thank you for being a guest on my blog. It was an absolute pleasure to have you and your beautiful book here, and I was thrilled to be your last stop on your amazing blog tour. You have converted many non-fantasy readers, like myself. 🧡🦋

Welcome to Day 28 of The Necromancer’s Daughter’s Book Tour!

Thank you to everyone who stopped by along the way. I hope you’ve enjoyed:

~ My favorite books from my hosts’ lists, along with my reviews.

~ Something from or about The Necromancer’s Daughter.

~ Leave a comment on any of my hosts’ sites, and your name will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift certificate. The more tour sites, the more entries!

Day 28, the End of the Line!

D. G. Kaye’s Blog: D. G. Kaye Writer

Debby’s blog is a writer’s resource that occasionally ventures into the happenings in her life. She shares reviews, writer interviews, links to writing tips from all over the blogosphere, and some of her own poetry. Debby is a regular contributor to Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Blog with a variety of features from travel tips to her more recent discussion of spiritual awareness and personal growth.

Debby writes memoirs about different aspects of her life. From the conflicted relationships she navigated as a child to her journey of self-discovery, to the challenges of aging with those we love. From travel tips to the trials of menopause. Some are hilarious and some are poignant, and all are rich with advice for others facing similar situations.

Since losing the love of her life, Debby’s begun a series of podcasts on the topic of grief. As a previous grief counselor, I can say without hesitation that her podcasts are insightful, honest, moving, and full of gentle wisdom. Anyone interested in learning more about the human journey through grief can start here: Grief, the Real Talk, Episode One.

I’ve read all of Debby’s books. Here’s one of my reviews:

Twenty Years: After “I Do.”

My Review: Twenty years after her vows, author D. G. Kaye, looks back at the lessons learned about love, commitment, and aging. Kaye married a man twenty years her senior, already 58 at the time, and asked him for twenty years (at least) – thus the title of the book.

In a way, this memoir is a tribute to the man she dearly loves, a fact that comes through loud and clear. But it’s also about her journey as a partner, about the hurdles, insights, and growth along the way.

“In sickness and in health” is a major theme as bodies bend to the inevitable challenges of aging. Kaye shares her emotions and thoughts regarding her husband’s illnesses, but also some wisdom about preventative care, advocacy, and the adjustments needed to continue living a full life.

This is a poignant read to be sure, but full of practical advice too about laughter, travel, sex, communication, and preparation for the end of life. Most of all, it’s a memoir about love. An evening’s read and highly recommended.


If you have a chance, head on over to join The Necromancer’s Daughter tour at Debby’s blog: D. G. Kaye Writer.


Thank you!

Thank YOU Diana! 💜🌹💙

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27 thoughts on “The Necromancer’s Daughter Book Tour: Day 28 (Last Stop!) | Myths of the Mirror

  1. Awww. Thank you, Debby, for sharing my post about you and your blog! It’s all the truth! I’ll be back to blogging tomorrow, full of gratefulness for this community of beautiful souls. Huge hugs for all your kindness. ❤


  2. Kudos Debby! You really are onto something with your grief podcasts if a former grief counselor gives it such high praise. I did listen to the first one so far, you have a great voice for a podcast. I am also super impressed that you have tackled the tech side (especially editing!) Congrats on getting a well-deserved shout-out. 🙂


    1. Hi Melanie. Thanks so much for your kudos. I truly hope my podcast does catch some new ears and does offer a soft landing space for grievers to be comfortable in. Let me tell you, the technical parts still have me tearing my hair out each time I put out a new one, lol. But hopefully, it will get easier. Thanks again. ❤

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  3. Well, well, that was some blog book tour! Amazing. Your book also sounds amazing.
    I did not know of the age difference. I’m glad you had 20 years!!! Some get none.
    I’m in the thick of “Necromancer’s Daughter”.
    Seems when I come here looking for a podcast, I find something just a good.
    Take care beautiful Debby! xoxo


    1. Thanks so much Resa. And so glad you’re enjoying. My new podcast will be posted on my blog tomorrow, but you can find it on my sidebar, or right on Youtube. Thanks so much for your interest. Hugs xox

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