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In science fiction, Deb is very involved in the legacy of author Robert Heinlein. She is on the Board of Directors of the Heinlein Society, a charitable organization dedicated to Heinlein’s principle of “Pay It Forward.” She is also the newsletter editor for the Heinlein Society. As webmaster for Heinlein’s estate, the Heinlein Prize Trust, Deb creates and maintains all their websites, writing their articles and press releases, designing and building the landmark online Heinlein Archives.

 
Current Titles
    Sultana: A Case For Sabotage
    Sultana: A Case For Sabotage

    From the groundbreaking North & South magazine article, featured on The History Channel in “Civil War Terror,” and in PBS “History Detectives.” GET THE WHOLE STORY of Confederate boatburner and spy, Robert Louden, called the “murderer of the age.” Learn … Continue reading

    Stars That Sing the Requiem
    Stars That Sing the Requiem

    Women who aren’t the “stay on Earth” types.

    Stars That Sing the Requiem is a science fiction anthology with stories featuring women seeking their own destinies in the future and in space, making sacrifices for themselves and their fellow man. Stories include “Stars That Sing the Requiem,” about the yearning for space and who will stand on another world looking back at this one… Continue reading

    Season of Marvels
    Season of Marvels: Viking Tales

    Vikings past, present, and future. Season of Marvels is a Viking-themed science fiction and fantasy short story anthology. Stories include: “Viking-Trojan War,” in which 9th century Vikings and their zombie warriors encounter the University of Southern California Trojans, with a … Continue reading

    Crack in the Sky
    Crack in the Sky

    Your world and reality aren’t always what you thought they were. Crack in the Sky is a science fiction and fantasy short story collection with stories looking at worlds that aren’t what the characters expected. Stories include: “Crack in the … Continue reading