My dear imaginary friend

Before you read on,  I have an admission to make: I am a blog virgin. Untouched and untainted by this creature that’s invaded the world … THE BLOG (cue scary Japanese sci-fi music).

These are my first baby steps.

After years of writing reports and submissions for a living, I’m learning to be a creative writer (which is much more fun).

You don’t always get it right when you’re learning, but I’m prepared to give it a go … if you are.

So come with me on my meandering path. I’ll share what I know,  then perhaps we’ll both become half-decent writers in the end.

Until next time, best wishes and happy writing!


About Debbie Terranova

Debbie Terranova is an Australian author of contemporary and historical fiction. 'The Scarlet Key' published in 2016 is the second Seth VerBeek mystery. The crime-busting reporter is back with a new cast of unforgettable characters and a new puzzle to solve. It's about live, love, death, and tattoos, with a touch of the mystical. 'Baby Farm', her debut novel, is a cozy crime mystery about forced adoptions of the 1970s, and a surrogacy and baby trafficking racket. It is the first of the Seth VerBeek series. Debbie Terranova is a prizewinning author of short stories: 'Mowbray Brothers' about growing up in East Brisbane in the 1920s; and 'Mischief' about reinventing yourself and in the process falling in love ... with an adorable but mischievous cat.
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2 Responses to My dear imaginary friend

  1. chrisbongers says:

    Debbie, welcome to the blogosphere! May your online journal chronicle a wonderful writing journey. 🙂

  2. dterranova says:

    Many thanks, Chris. This all still feels very new and awkward to me. But as they say, ya gotta start sometime.

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