Storytime for Grownups – Five Questions with Deborah Hunt

Sometimes, in these past several months, it’s been difficult to imagine how beautiful the world truly is. Through the magic of the written word, sometimes we can escape and find peace and beauty in the darkness.

We’ve partnered with Waldorf Publishing to bring you a little insight into some of their authors, and their creative process. The latest of these Five Questions segments highlights author Deborah Hunt.

1What would you say was the inspiration for writing your book/s.

The inspiration for writing my books is to inspire children to read and dream and imagine and believe that almost anything is possible. 

Do you have a relative that is also an Author?

My daughter, Meaghan co-authored “Essential Oils, Teas, and Self-Care” with me and both of my sons wrote small excerpts for the book.

Do you see yourself writing more books in the future?

Yes, I am always working on several book projects.  I am currently completing a middle-grade book entitled “Hannah and the Hobgoblins” that will be published by Waldorf Publishing and am also working on an early chapter book series.

Do you have a website?

Yes, I have two websites. One is related to my nursing/academic writing and the other is related to my children’s books.  https://drhuntsrndigest.com/     https://wordpress.com/writerdebdolanhunt.com

During this pandemic, how do you stay positive?

I am grateful that my friends and family have been relatively healthy. I have a demanding job and am currently working from home but I try to find time to write every day.  I try to take a daily walk and do other types of exercise. I also meditate and journal and have a very strong faith in God.

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