Come join the fun at the Blogger’s Pit Stop #98

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Hello from Deb’s World on tour in New Zealand. It's Friday again which means it's time to link up for the Blogger's Pit Stop #98! Come join in the fun by linking up a post or two and visiting other bloggers. You can add your links by clicking on the blue button down towards the bottom of the …

Blog of the Day: Deb’s World

Great to read Suzie’s comments about my blog in her Blog of the Day post! She has managed to sum up my blog in just a few paragraphs and I appreciate her support and encouragement:
I love everything about Debbie’s blog – the layout, the photographs, the topics… there is so much that I can personally relate to and I love her honesty and openness about her life experiences and things that she enjoys. In particular, I’m very jealous of the images that she shares of the places that she has seen – I’ve certainly added a few places to my bucket list because of her post.
And yet, for someone so talented, she is incredibly modest and a lovely person – she’s been an integral part of my Facebook group since it began and her comments and support of others have been instrumental in it’s growth.
Thanks again Suzie 🙂

Suzie Speaks


Meet Debbie, the creator of Deb’s World.

As a lifestyle blogger, she has one of the most interesting ‘About Me’ pages that I’ve ever seen. Here’s just a small selection…

I am Debbie – I am a wife; mother; daughter; sister; friend; blogger; reader; runner; walker; cyclist; Rail Trail enthusiast; traveller; Rotarian; Whovian; teacher.

And now I’m a retiree!!  Very early retirement!

I have three beautiful daughters who are all grown up and making their own way in the big wide world. I like to write about my family…

I am into keeping healthy and have learnt how to run again. I feel fantastic as a result of my efforts and I sometimes blog about my  running journey.

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Reader Spot – Meet #BookReviewer Debbie Harris @Wonderwomandebz #YA #histfic #crime

Books and a cuppa

This is a great post by Shelley Wilson and I’m not biased at all! If you enjoy reading I’m sure you can relate to this in some way. Check out Shelley’s great blog and you might like to be involved/featured just like I was in this segment.

Shelley Wilson Author

Here on the Reader Spot, I share the bookish love of our avid book reviewers. From young adult to historical romance, chick-lit to a murder mystery, they know what they like, and they’re happy to share.  Whether you are a reader looking for a new book, or a writer wondering what your reader wants, I hope you find this series enjoyable.

Next up to the Reader Spot is the very lovely, Debbie Harris. Find her beautiful book review blog HERE.

debbie-harris-debs-world-blogWhat genre do you enjoy reading?

I enjoy reading just about anything – mainly fiction, YA, fantasy, apocalyptic drama, time travel, historical fiction, crime thrillers (especially Scandinavian Noir lately) – if it can grab me in the first few pages then I’ll stick with it. One book I just couldn’t get into was the Life of Pi, although I did enjoy the movie years later. I rarely give up on…

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Meeting a blogging friend for real!

Hanging out in Melbourne with blogging buddy Desley!

I have followed Desleyjanes's blog , Musings of a frequently flying scientist, for ages - I've  admired her beautiful photos, her creativity, I've loved her stories, enjoyed her posts about Gidget her dog,  felt her initial pain when she moved from her family in Brisbane to Melbourne, smiled to myself when she started feeling settled in …

Education beats crime every day

Education beats crime

The importance of Education in jails I know I've mentioned it before on my blog (Not a good week, Wednesday 11/5/16, and this BuzzFeed interview) but I thought I'd share my latest foray into speaking out about this very important issue.  I was interviewed by a local TV station during the week and I don't know about you but I …

Weekly photo challenge: The hills are alive with optimism

Views over Tumbarumba

Optimism is the only way forward for our Tumbarumba Shire! This week's photo challenge is all about Optimism. This week show us something you’re optimistic about..... Our town maybe small but our Shire is huge in both area and spirit.  We have only a few short weeks to let the State politicians know that we do not …

What did I learn from my self-imposed social media ban?

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National park

I have just returned from a week long self-imposed social media ban.  We have been off on a little adventure and before I left I decided that I would use the time away as a break from everything. I warned my family  that I would be offline and that I wouldn't blog, I wouldn't engage …

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