We welcome Debbie Viguié for today’s Ten Questions installment. Viguié is the New York Times bestselling author of three dozen novels including the Wicked series, Crusade series and the Wolf Springs Chronicles series co-authored with Nancy Holder. Debbie writes thrillers including The Psalm 23 Mysteries, Kiss trilogy and the Witch Hunt trilogy.
While Debbie’s other works are on my TBR (you know how those pesky TBR’s can be) I have only had the pleasure of reading her Psalm 23 Mysteries series. This series features Cindy, a church secretary, and Jeremiah, the rabbi at a neighboring church. The two meet when Cindy stumbles upon a dead body. Twelve books later and they are still stumbling over bodies, solving mysteries and finding a little love too! After reading the first twelve (12) books in the series one thing stands out. These books are consistently good. There has been no drop off In the quality of the work. Each book is as good as the last. There are not many series out there that I can say the same about.
Sit back, check out our interview with Debbie then head right over to your favorite book seller and pick up one of her books.
Ten Questions vol. 2 #13 Debbie Viguié
Bookish Devices: What is your favorite word?
Debbie Viguié: Miraculous. I love hearing about things that are miraculous.
BD: What is your least favorite word?
DV:This is entirely influenced by the fact that I just binge watched the first two seasons of The Goldbergs, but I never want to hear the word “delicious” again.
BD: What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
DV: Getting to have positive conversations about spiritual issues.
BD: What turns you off?
BD: What sound or noise do you love?
DV: I love the sound of coffee percolating. I also love the smell. Ironically, I hate the taste of coffee.
BD: What sound or noise do you hate?
DV: It’s a cliché, I know, but nails on a chalkboard. Just the thought of it creeps me out.
BD: If you could have drinks with any author or literary figure, whom would you invite?
DV: Zane Grey. He was a western author, my favorite author. Unfortunately, he died years before I was born.
BD: What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
DV: Screenwriter. I’ve actually been toying with trying my hand at that lately.
BD: What profession would you not like to do?
DV: There are so many, but I’m going to go with eye doctor. That would freak me out.
BD: What would you choose for your last meal?
DV: Prime rib and chocolate mousse washed down with Coca Cola.
Debbie, we’ve really enjoyed having you with us. Thanks for participating!