And here she is: The Sleeping Madonna

Yep, here she is, all 522 pages (!) of her and for sale on this blog as a ‘signed and dedicated’ edition.

Don’t worry, you don’t have to have a PayPal account, but can – via that darn wee button – also pay with your credit/debit/whatever card and even though PayPal insists on addressing you in French, I am sure you’ll know what to do. I, on my part, know how to sign and dedicate (and what fun that will be) and ship them off as soon as possible, if not the next day.

The price? €17.50, no postage. I am taking those for my account for this edition, all other editions will have those charges added.

If you don’t want a signed/dedicated book, you will soon be able to get a copy at my publisher’s site:


Doesn’t she look gorgeous in our forest?  Or rather, what’s left of it after the storm called Klaus hit us.  Fate was kind enough to leave us that beautiful oak tree in the back, but knocked down some 65 pines.

Back to business, Ruth Deborah. Yes, Ruth Deborah.

This is what we were talking about:

All you have to do is click on that PayPal thingy in the side bar on the right and she’ll be yours + my signature and some tender words. I’m looking forward to doing that.

Okay, okay, I’ll make it easy on you:


2 Comments to “And here she is: The Sleeping Madonna”

  1. Yesterday, Deborah’s wonderful novel, The Sleeping Madonna, found its way across the big pond and right to my doorstep. I had worried about her journey. I should not have. Ever the strong adventurer and devoted heroine, she comes at last into my hands where I will cherish this wonderful book. If I but had a dozen I would circulate them to all of those people in my life with romantic hearts. I laughed and cried and yearned for more from the first page to the last when I was privileged enough to read Deborah’s book the first time. Now I look forward to sweet evenings luxuriating in the beautiful descriptive passages while I walk once more beside Deborah’s lively characters. Thank you Deborah for your romantic heart. Without it such a book would not exist.

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