About/FAQ

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Debra Kristi writes deep-point-of-view YA (young adult) fiction that will drop you in the middle of the drama and have you experience the adventure as if you are part of the story.

Born and raised a Southern California girl, Debra Kristi still resides in the sunny state with her husband, two kids, and several schizophrenic rescue cats. Her love for the fantastical began at a very young age when her imagination magically transformed the backyard swing set into the U.S.S. Enterprise. Since then she’s had a lifelong love of science fiction, fantasy, and creative storytelling. Unlike the characters she often writes, Debra is not immortal and her only superpower is letting the dishes and laundry pile up. When not writing, she is usually creating memories with her family, geeking out to sci-fi and fantasy television, and tossing out movie quotes.

Five random things about Debra Kristi:

  1. Debra’s first car was a 1962 Buick Skylark. The car had been in the family since ’62 and had sat, unused in a garage for many years before becoming hers. Not only would the car not run, but the hood wouldn’t open. Together with her father and uncle Debra dismantled the engine and put it back together and got that car running.
  2. Today, that Buick Skylark still sits comfortably in Debra’s garage and at one point Debra actually owned three Skylarks.
  3. When she was four-years-old, Debra decided to explore her neighbor’s backyard. She ended up getting bit by a monkey. A monkey!
  4. Debra believes in ghosts (Spirits unable to move on). She saw her first ghost when she was five-years-old – an old man who had died in the house her parents had just bought.
  5. On a dare, Debra once (properly) burned her finger on a car’s backseat cigarette lighter.

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Debra is currently unrepresented by any agency. Her Balance Bringer series and Moorigad Series are both self-published and inquiries regarding translation rights, literary representation, or other business matters should be directed through the form on her connect page.

Frequently Asked Questions

CAN I HAVE A SIGNED BOOKMARK?
Of course! I’m happy to send a signed bookmark to anyone who wants one. Simply email me via the Connect Page, let me know which series you are interested in, and tell me your mailing address so I can send it out to you.

CAN I INTERVIEW YOU ON MY BLOG?
I would absolutely love to do an interview on your blog! Please email me via the Connect Page with the five questions you’d like me to answer the most. I promise to get to your interview as soon as I can — response time will vary depending on my writing deadlines and other commitments.

 

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12 thoughts on “About/FAQ

  1. Anthony V. Toscano

    Debra, I bookmarked your blog. Like many writers, you’re an artist who owns a pretty sense of vitality and balance when it comes to design. You speak of your sister as an ever-present partner and source of motivation. I’m curious to read more about her. I grew up with three brothers. One of them died in April 2010. I miss him, yet I feel as if he’ll forever be a part of who I am.

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  2. filmcamera999

    ….hmmm….i’d like to say im a bit of a geek…oh..also a nerd….and maybe a weirdo as well….thats what everyone calls me when they see me with my vintage cameras! anyway….que sara sara….BUT….i cant say ive ever talked to anyone who’s died! i do however sometimes dream about things which havent happened…but they do happen the next day…or a few days later….does that make me eligible to join you guys?….;)

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  3. Kim Jorgensen Gane

    I always felt a little crazy until I started embracing the stuff that went on in my head, and letting it out on pages…digital as of yet though they may be. Happy to have “met” you a little here. I love Greek mythology, though I still owe my 7th grade English teacher a report on the subject. Had it all written, too. Just never did the final draft. Hmm…meant to be a writer (a la procrastinate much)? I think maybe so. Fixing that THIS year as I FINISH & prep my novel, #Bluebirds, to pitch at Chicago Writers Conference 2013! Dammit!

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    1. Debra Kristi

      Hi Kim! It is a pleasure to meet you! You’ve found my “About Me” page sadly in need of an update. Hopefully I will find the time in my schedule to deal with that soon. So many things – so little time. I’m fairly certain that missing report you owe your 7th grade English teacher is keeping them up at night. Karma, you know how she can be. 😉 But seriously, congratulations on having a finished manuscript ready to pitch. That’s very exciting! Yay! That’s half the battle. Now don’t give up. Keep on, keeping on. What isn’t right for one person may be exactly right for the next. Always remember that. You’ve put together a very beautiful blog. I took the tour late last night/early this morning. Looks like you’re working with some very talented writers.

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