Deborah Bostock-Kelley is an award winning creative writer and journalist whose work has appeared in a variety of venues. A reporter for AOL Patch, Carrollwood, Westchase, South Tampa, and Seminole Heights, the scriptwriter for The Actor's Clinic, a contributing writer to Gulfport Magazine, Positive Impact Magazine, Winners Within Us and Local Shops1 Magazine and a freelance biographer, Deborah specializes in bringing heart to any story.
In 2009, following publication of her first book of short stories, Damaged Goods: Narrative Unending from Inside My Heart and Mind, Deborah decided to expand her repertoire and is currently working on a young adult fiction novel. She has just submitted her first stage play and is currently writing two one-act plays.
Self-employed at The WriteOne Creative Services as a freelance copywriter, web designer and graphic designer, Deb offers her customers a variety of affordable creative solutions as a one-stop shop for every type of artistic need.
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Damaged Goods.... Narrative Unendings from Inside My Heart and Mind
By Deborah Bostock-Kelley
Published: October 19, 2012.
This is a collection of short stories visiting the every day drama and trauma of teenage and adulthood. From high school to college, marriage to empty nest, each story examines what happens when you don't pay attention to what is right in front of you.
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