Author - Deborah Bryan

Deborah Bryan
Fiction and Non-Fiction

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A platform of embracing closet monsters!

Part of choosing my blog title was thinking about the real monsters that haunt us, but also thinking that maybe, if there were monsters in our closets, the reason they never actually show themselves is because they're at least as afraid of us as we are of them. :)

Deborah Bryan is a writer hailing from the Pacific Northwest and, not coincidentally, now living in Long Beach, California. She is the author of several novels, the first of which she is thrilled to have edited in just six short years. She's currently working on more writing and editing projects than she can count, and loving every minute of it.

Facebook Page: The Monster in Your Closet

Blog: The Monster in Your Closet


Memos from Your Closet Monster (Non-Fiction)

The monster in your closet might relish your fear, but author Deborah Bryan (The Monster's Daughter) is dedicated to giving fear the finger on her blog, The Monster in Your Closet. In this collection of essays, she confronts challenging experiences from her own life with clarity, grace and humor, illuminating for readers one path to focusing less on fear and more on love.

The Monster's Daughter (The Glass Ball Trilogy) (Fiction)

Ginny Connors doesn't believe in vampires. There's totally a rational reason her dad is a lot more bloodthirsty and a lot less interested in food than he used to be. Still, she hangs a cross on her bedroom door. Just in case.

When Ginny discovers people aren't the guests but the main course at her father's New Year party, she wishes she could save the day with garlic pancakes. Instead, she must face the limits of her daydreams, and attempt to stop the monster her father has become.