Deborah Dunlevy

Deborah Dunlevy was born in Indiana and grew up everywhere else.  Even moving every year or two couldn’t satisfy her desire for aDeborah Dunlevydventure, so she learned how to read and started taking trips into other people’s lives.  Eventually she grew up and went to college and got a respectable job as a teacher.  Then she ditched that to go live on the other side of the world, where she had a few kids and learned what adventure was really about.

Deborah now lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Nate, her three kids, and an Argentine hound dog.  She spends her time making up stories and sometimes writing them down on her blog tellmeastorymommy.com.

The Book of Sight, The Broken Circle, and The Secret Source are her first three novels and will soon be followed by two more in the Book of Sight series.

 

Nate Dunlevy

Nate Dunlevy was born and raised in Indianapolis where he currently lives with his wife Deborah and their three children.  A graduate of Pike High School and Grace College and Theological Seminary, Nate has a master’s degree in Intercultural Studies and spent most of the decade of the 2000s living and working in Argentina.  He was the editor and chief writer for 18to88.com for several years, which led to his first book, Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.

For the record, Nate finished Invincible, Indiana in June of 2009 and watched in horror as Gordon Hayward’s shot rimmed out against Duke the next year.

He may never recover.

Nate Dunlevy was born and raised in Indianapolis where he currently lives with his wife Deborah and three children.  A graduate of Pike High School and Grace College and Theological Seminary, Nate has a masters degree in Intercultural Studies and spent most of the decade of the 2000s living and working in Argentina.  He is the editor and head writer for 18to88.com. His first book was Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.

For the record, Nate finished Invincible, Indiana in June of 2009 and watched in horror as Gordon Hayward’s shot rimmed out against Duke the next year.

He may never recover.

- See more at: http://www.madisonhousepublishing.com/authors/nate-dunlevy/#sthash.ePJg0dNL.dpuf

Nate Dunlevy was born and raised in Indianapolis where he currently lives with his wife Deborah and three children.  A graduate of Pike High School and Grace College and Theological Seminary, Nate has a masters degree in Intercultural Studies and spent most of the decade of the 2000s living and working in Argentina.  He is the editor and head writer for 18to88.com. His first book was Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.

For the record, Nate finished Invincible, Indiana in June of 2009 and watched in horror as Gordon Hayward’s shot rimmed out against Duke the next year.

He may never recover.

 

Click Here for the Blue Blood paperback Amazon.com listing

And Here for the Blue Blood Kindle version

- See more at: http://www.madisonhousepublishing.com/authors/nate-dunlevy/#sthash.ePJg0dNL.dpuf

Nate Dunlevy was born and raised in Indianapolis where he currently lives with his wife Deborah and three children.  A graduate of Pike High School and Grace College and Theological Seminary, Nate has a masters degree in Intercultural Studies and spent most of the decade of the 2000s living and working in Argentina.  He is the editor and head writer for 18to88.com. His first book was Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.

For the record, Nate finished Invincible, Indiana in June of 2009 and watched in horror as Gordon Hayward’s shot rimmed out against Duke the next year.

He may never recover.

 

Click Here for the Blue Blood paperback Amazon.com listing

And Here for the Blue Blood Kindle version

- See more at: http://www.madisonhousepublishing.com/authors/nate-dunlevy/#sthash.ePJg0dNL.dpuf

Nate Dunlevy was born and raised in Indianapolis where he currently lives with his wife Deborah and three children.  A graduate of Pike High School and Grace College and Theological Seminary, Nate has a masters degree in Intercultural Studies and spent most of the decade of the 2000s living and working in Argentina.  He is the editor and head writer for 18to88.com. His first book was Blue Blood: Tales of Glory of the Indianapolis Colts.

For the record, Nate finished Invincible, Indiana in June of 2009 and watched in horror as Gordon Hayward’s shot rimmed out against Duke the next year.

He may never recover.

 

Click Here for the Blue Blood paperback Amazon.com listing

And Here for the Blue Blood Kindle version

- See more at: http://www.madisonhousepublishing.com/authors/nate-dunlevy/#sthash.ePJg0dNL.dpuf