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I’ve just had the pleasure of being interviewed over at Sally Cronin’s Virtual Cafe and Bookstore!


Sally’s blog is truly a Smorgasbord of delights, full of daily goodies such as author interviews, new books by authors, updates on great reviews, short stories, health advice, laughter, and so much more. I promise you, there is something for everyone at Sal’s place!


It’s so true that we can never know enough about a person. I follow Sally’s blog daily and find I learn more about the people I’m friends with, make friends with new bloggers and writers, and learn new things from cooking to self publishing by reading Sally’s blog. And for those who aren’t yet aware, Sally always has an open invitation for writers and bloggers to join her Book Cafe and introduce yourselves and your books there to be added to her virtual shelves.


I invite you to read my interview here with Sally, and continue reading at her blog. And while you’re there, do have a look around her menu at some of the wonderful promotions of others she offers.


Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Book Reading and Interview – D.G. Kaye

Sally's Cafe and Bookstore

My guest today has become a friend on and offline and along with Tina Frisco form a little group called the Three Musketeers.. Oh sorry has that name been taken!  Anyway D. G. Kaye – Debby Gies has been popping in to the blog for over three years and has been a huge support during highs and lows. We are finally going to be face to face for the first time at the Blogger’s Bash in June and I am so excited to meet her finally.

Debby writes as D.G. Kaye and has struck many a chord with her frank and down to earth memoirs and non-fiction books. Before we enjoy Debby’s interview I thought I would let her tell you all about herself.


Now time to put Debby in the hot seat and she is also looking forward to answering your questions in the comment section.


Welcome Debby and can you tell us about your chosen genre of books that you write and why?

I think I was born to be a nonfiction writer because I’ve always been a great observer of my surroundings and people. I have an undeniable urge to share info with others. I like to talk and write about real life issues and I’m always in search of resolution for problems. I feel by sharing my stories and findings, I can enlighten others and hopefully help them through sharing my own experiences. . . Please continue reading


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  1. Thank you for the great introduction Debby.. pink with pleasure.. love and hugs ♥

    1. Surely a condensed version of you Sal. I could write a book on you! Lol. Thanks again for the invite. <3 <3

  2. I love reading these interviews with you, Deb. You are such a real person.

    1. Wow Jacqui, thanks so much for that HUGE compliment. 🙂

  3. Wonderful interview, Deb. Sorry I missed it ?

    1. Thank you Tina. Never be sorry. That’s the beauty of blogs, they’re always here. <3 :)

  4. A lovely introduction to Sally’s blog and all the work she does! Now popping over to read the full interview…

    1. Thanks so much Annika. You’re in for a treat at Sally’s Smorgasbord of great stuff! 🙂

    2. Thanks Annika and your comments on the blog.. hugs x

      1. Lol, hi Sal. <3

  5. It was wonderful to see you over there, Debby ♥ I left a more detailed comment on Sally’s site xo

    1. You’re a sweety Christy, thanks. <3

  6. Finally making my way around the Senior Salon, and guess where my last click sent me? lol I’m pretty sure I’ve already read this on Sally’s site, but I’ll pop over anyway, just to make sure.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

    1. That’s so funny because I landed on your blog from the Senior Salon too! LOL. Kindred spirits! And yes, you have seen this on Sal’s blog. But have you seen my interviewing Sally here today? 🙂 🙂 <3

      1. Not yet – but you know I will! 🙂

        1. You’re a reading machine my friend. 🙂 xx

          1. For that moniker, I can only stand in line behind you (and Kate McClelland – and Sally, of course). 🙂

          2. 🙂 🙂 🙂

          3. Lol – the moment I left that comment, Kate showed up on my site. She says she’s like ‘Beeteljuice’ say her name once too often & she appears.

          4. Lmaooooooooooooooooo 🙂

  7. I read this last week but wasn’t able to comment. Fantastic interview, my friend. 🙂

    1. Thanks so much Sarah. And I know there are lots of us fighting the WP gremlins lately. 🙁 <3

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