On this episode of “Once and Future Authors” we have a lovely chat with Author Debbie De Louise about point-of-view and timelines, and analyzes their importance and complexity.
Over the past year, Debbie has released a handful of new books, such as “No Gravestone Unturned Cobble Cove Mystery #5,” “Memory Makers,” “Sea Scope,” and “Sneaky’s Summer Mystery: A Cobble Cove Story.” She even received an award this year as the Silver Medal Winner for Fiction, Thrillers, and Psychological Works, for her novel “Sea Scope,” at the 2020 International Book Awards by The Readers’ Favorite Team.
Debbie De Louise is a prominent member of a handful of writer’s groups, such as the International Thriller Writers, the Long Island Author’s Group, the Cat Writer’s Association, and Sisters-In-Crime, a group dedicated to the advancement and recognition of women crime writers.
Debbie has written numerous books, articles, and short stories which span many genres, like romance, comedy, the paranormal, and mysteries. She has even won the Cat Writer’s Association Muse Medallion Award for her flash-fiction short story “Sneaky’s Christmas Mystery” which is about Sneaky the Cat solving a shocking town mystery.