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At 11:32am on October 16, 2009, Laura Duksta said…
Deborah! I just listened to the music for Luckiest Penny---it is AMAZING!! Your whole movement of self-worth is coming together! I can so see the whole "Luckiest Penny" production. You are a star my friend...Keep Shining!!
And it was so special seeing your artwork---it is BRILLIANT!
Love On!
At 3:50pm on September 10, 2009, Estefania Crespo said…
Thanks Deborah! It's a pleasure to meet you... All the best,
At 11:58am on August 27, 2009, Chris said…
Hello Deborah,

You're in my prayers. I wanted to share the following information regarding my interview this evening. Maybe you can listen in or even call me with a question.

Thursday August 27 7 PM Eastern
Please join Pastor Melvin White and Author Chris Tatevosian this Thursday August 27 at 7 PM Eastern on "The Prayer Chain of Faith Show."

We will be discussing my book and Hear Chris explain how his chronic illness has become a blessing for both himself and those in similar situations.

Chris' memoir was written to help those, their family and friends better deal with the stresses put on one's relationships as a result of life being interrupted by chronic illness or disability. Hear Chris' testimony, how he overcame and lives a more abundant life today.

To listen visit:

To speak with the author:
call in number 724-444-7444 ID #36213 press 1 #

I hope that you can make the show this evening. And please keep in touch. If you would sign my guestbook that would be awesome . My web site:

God bless,
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At 4:59pm on August 26, 2009, Laura Duksta said…
Thank *YOU* my beautiful friend! Your page her and Art-of course-are filled with such warm and wonderful energy! I am thrilled for you and the production of "The Luckiest Penny"--it is a heart centered project that is going to do very well in the world!!!
Keep Shining!
At 11:47pm on August 20, 2009, Kerry David said…
Hi Deborah, I wish you every success with your new website! I also have a website ( As to the films and documentaries I've produced: Here's a quick bio:
Kerry David is a multiple award-winning producer of such projects as "Like Dandelion Dust", 20th Century Fox, "My Date with Drew", First Look Studios, "Agent Cody Banks", MGM, "Agent Cody Banks: Destination London", MGM, "Expert Insight: Short Game Golf with Jim Furyk & Fred Funk", "Perfect Romance", Lifetime, "The Usual Suspects: Deposing the Usual Suspects", MGM, and the upcoming: "Seeking Happily Ever After", "Making Miles: The Miles Davis Story"HBO, "College Sucks" and "The Space Between". She founded the social networking site to encourage and support new and emerging filmmakers, and has been a guest speaker, panelist, and moderator at film festivals and film summits all over the world. She is a member of the PGA (Producers Guild of America) and BAFTA (British Academy of Film & Television), and a mentor for the Step Up Program which mentors young women in business. Ms. David has won over thirty different awards for producing her film and television projects.
At 12:49pm on August 20, 2009, Kerry David said…
Hi Deborah,

I wrote "Getting to the "YES" for producers and screenwriters primarily but it's really a guide to how hearing "no" doesn't always mean the end to your journey. It's for anyone who has to "pitch" an idea, or to a boss, a fellow employee even.

I use examples from the movies and documentaries I've produced where thinking outside of the box got me into production, not listening to the "no" I was presented with.

I wish someone had told me what the view was like from the other side when I was starting out. And then it dawned on me I could do it for the next generation, or filmmakers who had been doing it a while with less than stellar results.

Thanks for your question!
At 7:54pm on August 19, 2009, Barbara Hart said…
Thank you for your reply and kind words.
At 3:43pm on August 19, 2009, Marie Pinschmidt said…
Thanks, Deborah. More later.
At 3:07pm on August 19, 2009, Deidre Knight said…
Thanks! Trying to get the hang of this place, but very cool so far!
At 3:01pm on August 19, 2009, Marie Pinschmidt said…
Hello Deborah. Thanks for wanting to be my friend. I see you are from Miami Beach, so we're almost neighbors. Check out my website to know more about what I do. I'll do the same re. you.
At 2:35pm on August 19, 2009, Mark A. Wingo said…
Thanks for the connect...About Me and My Book:
Mark A. Wingo, Founder, CEO & Financial Lifestyle Coach of New Beginning Financial Group, LLC. I'm also the host of Wingonomics with Mark A. Wingo radio show on Blogtalkradio, a Talk show on public access T.V. and a weekly conference call to help consumers manage, maintain and prosper not only financially, but in life.

* Author of Ready...Set...Get out of DEBT!
* Author of Building Tomorrow Today: 5 Steps to a Balanced Life
* Creator of 5 Steps to a Balanced Life
* Creator of Wingonomics
* Creator of The Social Framework

Good luck with all the hard work you are putting into your work. I see you have alot on your plate and trust me you will be alble to eat it all. Where can we get a copy of you book The Luckiest Penny?
At 1:22pm on August 17, 2009, Chris said…
Hello Deborah,

My name is Chris Tatevosian., I have had MS for 29 years and I have recently written a book that I want to share with as many people with chronic illness especially autoimmune diseases like MS, as I can. Folks need to hear and benefit from my real-life story dealing with relationships and MS. When I was going through my divorce my life was full of fear and concern that I would never meet anyone that loved me again.  After spending countless hours in MS chat rooms, reading numerous posts on MS related message boards and joining an MS support group, I was astonished to learn how big of an issue this is for so many of us living with chronic illness, I took it upon myself to write this self-help memoir, literally making my life an open book in an attempt to help others avoid making the same relationship destroying mistakes that I made.  This is my real life story and it's not always pretty but it's real and written to help others better deal with the stresses put on relationship as a result of life being interrupted by MS or chronic illness in general. Life Interrupted, It's Not All About Me is a fantastic book for of aaanyone trying to strengthen their relationships. If you have the opportunity please visit my web site:
This is my newly designed Book promotional banner I hope that it's not too much to ask, but I I would love it, truly appreciate it and forever be indebted to you___ OK, for a little while anyway, lol, if you would place my banner on your page, blog or web site. You can also find it online here is the link: .
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Thank You and God Bless,
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