Debby Giusti-this week’s guest

» Posted on Apr 30, 2007 in Blog | 1 comment


This week my guest is Debby Giusti, a Love Inspired Suspense author. She will be giving away her book Nowhere to Hide in a drawing. If you want to be entered in the drawing, please email me at Mdaley50@aol.com. The contest will close next Sunday night.

Irene Brand’s winner is Cherie. Congratulations!!
Terri was the winner of Larkspur Dreams by Anita Higman and Janice Thompson. Congratulations!!

I have a few books I would like to give away of Vanished, my May Love Inspired Suspense. If you are interested in reading it and would post a review of it on a blog or/and Amazon or Barnes and Noble, please let me know at Mdaley50@aol.com. The supply is limited.

Here is Debby’s bio. I will post her interview on Wednesday.
Debby Giusti is a medical technologist who loves working with test tubes and petri dishes almost as much as she loves to write. Growing up as an Army Brat, Debby met and married her husband–then a Captain in the Army–at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Together they traveled throughout the world, raised three wonderful Army Brats of their own and now see the military tradition carried on in their son who’s also in the Army. Always busy with church, school and community activities, when Debby and her family moved to Atlanta, GA, she knew it was time to settle down and write her first book. Despite occasional moments of wanderlust, Debby spends most of her time writing inspirational romantic suspense for Steeple Hill.

Her debut novel, NOWHERE TO HIDE, and her August release, SCARED TO DEATH, have won numerous pre-published awards, including the Maggie Award of Excellence, Touched by Love, and Finally A Bride. Her third book, MIA: MISSING IN ATLANTA, will be out in March 2008. In addition to full-length fiction, Debby has also written magazine articles for Southern Lady, Woman’s World, Our Sunday Visitor, Army and Family. She serves on the editorial advisory board of ADVANCE for Administrators of the Laboratory, and stories about her family’s outreach are featured in CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE VOLUNTEER’S SOUL and CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE CHRISTIAN SOUL

1 Comment

  1. Hi Margaret,
    Thanks so much for having me on your wonderful blog! I’m looking forward to Wednesday, and I hope lots of folks will submit their name for the NOWHERE TO HIDE drawing.
    Debby

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