In this age of rampant electronic publishing and e-readers, it probably shouldn’t matter if your book ever sees actual “print.” But for old fashioned writers like me, there is nothing as validating as holding that processed tree pulp in your hot little hands. I will have the thrill of doing that soon, because a carton of trade paperbacks is on its way to my front door now.
If you also enjoy reading a book you don’t have to turn on first, I hope you will order your copy from your local book store or at least go to Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com to get this second novel in the Street Stories suspense series.
Keep your eye on this blog for upcoming news about book signings and author events because I’ve got a couple in the works I hope to announce soon.
Buy your copy today!
Meet Snow Ramirez. She’s convinced psychiatrist Mordechai Levinson is responsible for one kid’s suicide, and may be targeting her brother Alley as his next victim.
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Praise for Bend Me, Shape Me
“This was a fantastic follow up to the first ‘Street Stories’ book, Painted Black. This was a rollercoaster of a book both with regards to the action and emotionally.” — 5-STAR at Wistfulskimmies Reviews
“This story is another heart wrenching look into the life of kids on the street. I was immediately drawn into Snow’s story and the book didn’t let go until the end.” —5-STAR at Jenn’s Review Blog
“There are many books that try to delve into the darker areas of life on the streets, yet at best can only come across as somewhat believable; Borys is quite the master at not only creating believable environments, but thrilling tales. – 4-STAR by Darian Wilk
“Bend Me, Shape Me” is definitely going to deliver a jolt. I’m looking forward to Debra R. Borys future works – She’s definitely an author to watch out for! – 4-STAR at Bibliophile Book Reviews
Snow is strong, brave, troubled and incredibly fierce. Watching her open up and trust was profound. Jo Sullivan is a reporter plagued by the conditions of the homeless children on the streets. 4-STAR at Caffeinated Book Reviewer