More fun with Deborah Ramos


Deborah Ramos has a great imagination and finds inspiration many places. She doesn’t seem to suffer from the dreaded writer’s block. Just where do all those ideas come from?


I find inspiration in the usual places… my pets, my kids, my granddaughter, my students, nature, places I’ve been, places I want to visit.  Most of my stories begin with a true event, and then my imagination takes it from there.


Writers are usually readers as well. Have you always loved to read?


When I was growing up, Little Lulu comic books were my favorite stories. On rainy days, or when I was home sick from school, I’d get comfy under my blankets, and read my Little Lulu comics. The Secret Garden was my favorite book. My fifth grade teacher read it out loud to the class. She gave characters accents and read with such expression, that it left a lasting impression on me. As a teenager, I didn’t read much. I found the classics boring, but Edgar Allen Poe fascinated me. 


What are your current works in progress?


I have works in progress I need to finish and stories I need to polish up. I have new ideas that need to be put on paper before I forget. I’m also working on two poetry chapbooks.



One more question. Since you love collective nouns, using them, how would you describe your readers?


How about a Brigade of Bookworms.


Thank you so much for being with me this week Deborah. I look forward to hearing more from you. I’ll be checking in with your blog and website to see what’s new. I invite everyone to keep your eyes open for an upcoming book in 2009.


Thank you for having me, Dianne. You can find out more at me websites:

Author: diannegsagan

Dianne G. Sagan has written over 25 books and more than 300 articles in her 20 years as a ghostwriter and published her own work traditionally and indie. She writes fiction and nonfiction. She's an experienced speaker at writers' conferences in the region and an experienced facilitator for writers classes and workshops.

2 thoughts on “More fun with Deborah Ramos

  1. Deborah, Your book sounds facinating. Your play on words is great. I look forward to learning more.

  2. Hi everyone…I want to thank Dianne for letting me be her guest. If there are any questions, please feel free to ask, I love sharing.

    Deborah Ramos

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