Debra’s short story, The Road to Groom Lake, part of the We Know the Truth, Do You? Anthology, to celebrate the raid at Area 51, raised funds for our military veterans. Now it is in a time capsule that is going to the moon! Anthology stories are “official stowaways” and you can see the certificate above.
The Road to Groom Lake followed the heroine and hero in Debra’s novella, A Change of Scenery, Book One in the Hunger Road trilogy. This short story was the springboard for book two, Down a Back Road , which will be out in 2022.
In January 2020, Debra wrote The Sweetest Day, for a Hansel and Gretel anthology, which was available from February 2020 to Nov 2020. (out of print) This fairy tale for any age is not a romance and will be re-released in a longer version, under Debra Bishop, Debra’s new pen name for all her non-romance books.
Debra’s short story, Two Steps New Steps, is in the Wounded Warriors anthology. This short story was a follow-up to Check Out, book one, and later expanded as book two, Check In, in the Bobbins Sisters Trilogy.
Debra’s short story Vampire From Memphis was the first story she ever had published before she started writing romance novels. Appearing in the horror anthology Monsters From Memphis (out of print) she was paid with two free copies of the book. The editor told her the story had a heavy romance element. Her story was nominated for a Darrel Award.
Twilight Dips (Debra’s poetry anthology and her first self-published book) will be re-released one day under Debra Bishop.