Trapping The Butterfly (Book One in the Butterflies Fly Free Series)

Hot Springs Arkansas in the 1920’s is where the wealthy go to “take the baths” and where gangsters lay down their Tommy guns on vacation. Bethany has gone with her aunt and uncle to take the baths and is excited to be celebrating her eighteenth birthday at the Arlington Hotel where she will cut her long hair into a bob, raise her hemline and learn to do the Charleston. But danger awaits. More

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About Debra Parmley

Debra Parmley enjoys spreading love, one story at a time.

Fascinated by fairy tales and folktales ever since she was young, she has always ended her stories with a happy ever after.

A hybrid author, Debra writes in many genres. Historical romance ranging from the western to the 1920’s, contemporary romance with military heroes, romantic suspense, fairy tale romance and paranormal romance. Damsel in distress stories are some of her favorites and you will find this theme in many of her stories. Her westerns have been described as gritty.

Debra lives just outside Memphis, TN and used to be in a critique group with Elvis’s estate attorney. The group met at Robin William’s sister-inlaw’s house.

Her work as a travel consultant gave her the opportunity to visit many countries and her luggage often carried home folk tales from the countries visited. Debra is the founder of Shimmy Mob Memphis. Shimmy Mob is an international organization, which raises funds for local domestic abuse shelters. Shimmy Mob dancers perform on international belly dance day all around the world. To learn more visit www.shimmymob.com

Debra writes full time and runs her own publishing company, Belo Dia Publishing. She enjoys writing, reading, playing a medieval lady in the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism), dance, shooting primitive archery, shooting pool and shooting long guns as well as world travel.

Her three favorite things are dark chocolate, visiting the beach and ocean, and hearing from her readers. Each card, letter and email is a treasured gift, like finding a perfect shell upon the beach.

For more information about Debra, please visit her website at www.debraparmley.com.

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