"From afternoon chats and much research comes the tenderly written and hugely inspiring Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka, a biographical jaunt that takes readers on a journey spanning decades, continents, wars and resettlement."
Magazine Writing Samples
Debbie Cameron was enjoying the good life – wind in her hair, sun in her face, salt spray at her back – when she experienced what she calls a life epiphany. Well, at least in hindsight it was an epiphany. … Continue reading
Every time I travel to Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park, I visit the Broom Point Fishing Exhibit, a family cabin and fish store restored to the way the buildings were in the 1960s when the Mudge family lived there each … Continue reading
The pavement curves on ahead as I travel Route 915 from Riverside-Albert toward Alma. It’s a quiet, scenic highway with narrow shoulders, the kind that begs me to slow down and enjoy the scenery. Not a road for people in … Continue reading
This was one of a series of nine articles for print publication that I researched and wrote for Crossroads for Women/Carrefour des Femmes. The subject was an emotional one…Family Violence. Please Don’t Bring me Flowers… ©Deborah Carr My dear Valentine: … Continue reading
Friends for 50 years, five women share their secrets to “living in each others’ feelings.” Excerpted from Homemakers Magazine, Aug/Sept 2006 (original article 2180 words) © Deborah Carr The lunch crowd has thinned at the West Main Tim Horton’s in … Continue reading