About the Author
Originally from Pennsylvania, Deb and her British husband Pete, currently live on a small farm near the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. They enjoy the simplicity of their rural lifestyle and take pleasure in the daily antics of their horse Colonel, half dozen rowdy barn cats and a large but friendly black snake they've affectionately named "Licorice". The story "A Hot Dog Stand in the Himalayas" began as a diary for their granddaughter. A way for her to remember all of the adventures they had before moving south. Her book embraces the "It is if you believe it is" credo she and Pete live by and have instilled in their kids and grandchild. Deb is currently working on her next book, "A Pizzeria in Pago-Pago", that explore the adventures of Sammie's daughter Krista. Krista is an articulate and whimsical child that some would say has an empathic sensibility towards life far beyond her years. Krista's grandparents Nina, her husband Professor Tucker Chapman Bernard and Tucker's oddball aunt Mona Moon-Rae will play a large part in keeping her in check.