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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Getting to Know You #Interview with D. G. Kaye | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life


Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Getting to Know You #Interview with D. G. Kaye



 I’m delighted to share my latest interview over at Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Invitation where Sally has kindly invited me over to reveal a few little known facts about me.


My guest today probably needs little introduction to most of you who are regulars to the blog. Debby Gies…D.G. Kaye is a very popular blogger and non-fiction author who generously supports us all across social media. We have been connected for nearly four years and that initial contact has turned into a friendship that is treasured. There is a lot of talk about online relationships not being as valid as offline friendships, but I disagree.

The wonder of our modern age is that when you meet someone like minded, who lives thousands of miles away, you can communicate both in writing and visually. Of course publicly on social media but also privately in direct messages, emails and face to face using Skype or similar.

For me that offers so many amazing ways to enjoy a friendship.


Now time to find out which of the questions Debby has chosen to respond to and more about her books later in the post.

How would you describe your fashion sense?

I love this question and love fashion. I’m very up to date on trends in fashion. I’ve been a fashionista since I was a young girl. That doesn’t mean that I would wear all the fashions I love, not everything looks good on everyone. There are plenty of styles and trends I adore, but know instinctively that not all styles are made for my body shape. Some trends are more suited toward a particular body type despite them being advertised in a wide array of sizes.

Fashion sense isn’t only about what’s on trend but being aware of what is stylish and knowing how to put ourselves together with what looks best on us. I’ve had several years of experience in the retail and wholesale end of the clothing business and besides what I learned in the biz, I am gifted with an eye for style. I have a style of my own. I wear what pleases me, and I look for styles that will accentuate my finer qualities and keep the eyes drawn off the maybe-not-so finer qualities. I’m often complimented on my outfits and flair for style. I love wearing bright and bold colors, which I can pull off with ease because I have a big personality that can carry it.

Sally here:  one of my favourite photos of Debby dressed for her Mexican vacation… fabulous. . . Continue reading






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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.


  • Mabel Kwong

    So lovely to read about you on Sally’s blog, Debbie. You do have an eye for fashion, what with the red hair and lipstick. Very nice to hear you always have a lipstick in your bag. I like wearing lipstick but sadly many lipsticks dry my lips out and don’t stay on (I’m a messy eater lol). And I’ve tried so many kinds 🙂 Hope you are well and take care <3

    • dgkaye

      LOl, thanks Mabel, you are too cute. Do you know the trick to keep your lipstick on even when you eat? You have to wear an invisible lip liner base first before applying lipstick! 🙂 <3

  • Norah Colvin

    Wonderful interview, Debby. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Substitute mints for gum and I carry the same five things in my bag as you do in yours. Probably most women do. 🙂 I love What a Beautiful World by Louis Armstrong and enjoyed listening to it again. Thank you for the reminder. I too loved it in my childhood. How can you not see the beauty in the world when you listen to him sing? I’d love to hear you sing. How about making a video for us? Singing is just one of the abilities I missed out on. I think singing is a wonderful gift – an instrument you can take with you anywhere.

    • dgkaye

      Oh thank you Norah, for your lovely words. I think that song has meaning for many people. But lol, a video of me singing? I’m pretty sure that’s not going to happen. LOLLLLLLL 🙂

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