My whole life has been about teenagers, including twenty-seven years of teaching them science, raising my own teen, and of course, living the teen life myself for seven tumultuous years. I currently reside in lovely Connecticut with my husband whom I first dated when we were teens. I have an unfortunate teenage sense of humor, as is evident in my YA Love of Fairs novels, Fairly Certain, Fairly Safe, and 2017’s Fairly Obvious, and in my upcoming teen workbook, Girl’s Guide To Good Guys: The Power of Being Patient & Picky. I tackle the issues of navigating life, through my writings, workshops and trainings. With compassion and humor, my work empowers teenage girls to see their self-worth. It also encourages former teens to increase the amount of movement throughout their hectic day, making them better equipped to handle their own teens.

In between, I enjoy dabbling with living a sustainable life, developing my soon to be launched Mother/Daughter Teams program, writing novels for my Love of Fairs series (Fairly Obvious will be out in 2017), dancing, playing outside, and laughing really hard every day. Follow my posts on my blog, Merry Meddling, and on Twitter @DeborahAnnDavis.




Availability: CT, MA, RI, and surrounding areas; Other locations by arrangement. Cell: (860) 987-3348.  Skype.  FaceTime.

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50 STATE COMPARISON STORY Between 1991 and 2015, the teen birth rate declined by an impressive 64% nationwide. It has declined in all 50 states and among all racial/ethnic groups.

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DEPRESSION RISING AMONG TEENS – BUT WHY MORE IN GIRLS? Depression is on the rise among American teens and young adults, with adolescent girls showing the greatest vulnerability, a new national survey reveals.



Live events

Booth & Dimock Library, Coventry, CT –  Warning, Anything You Say Or Do May Appear In My Next Book

Cruise With Your Muse, Florida Romance Writers, Fort Lauderdale, FL  –  Author Panel

SOMA Movement Studio, Unionville, CT   –  Mommy and Me Mixer

CNH Middle School, Coventry, CT  –  Future Authors Book Club Meeting

Lord & Taylor, Farmington, CT   –  Conversations and Book Signing Series

Westerly Public Library, Westerly, RI  –  Indie Author Day

Bank Square Books , Mystic, CT  –  Author Event

Worn Yesterday Shoppe, Coventry, CT –  Author Event

Book Club Bookstore & More, Westfield, MA and Broad Brook, CT  –  Publishing Paths for New Authors

Avon Public Library, Avon, CT  –  Local Author Festival Teen/YA Evening

Snow Library, Orleans, MA  –  The Audacity of Indie Publishing

Novel Fun In The Summer Sun Cape Cod Book Tour, MA  –  The Yellow Umbrella, Booksmith/Musicsmith,  Brewster Bookstore, Snow Library, Brewster Ladies Library

Let Your Imagination Take Flight NECRWA Conference, MA –  The Audacity of Indie Publishing

CT Authors and Publisher, Avon, CT –  The Audacity of Self Publishing

CT Association of School Librarians and  CT Educators Computer Association Conference, Montville, CT  –  Book Signing

Connecticut Renaissance Faire, North Haven, CT –  Author Event

The Big Eastern States Exposition, West Springfield, MA  –  CAPA Bookstore

46th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival, Simsbury, CT –  APSS Author Event

CT Author Trail, Scotland, CT –  The Author’s Journey

Brewster In Bloom  Kids Fest, Brewster, MA –  Author Event

ROAR Read Outloud Series, UConn Bookstore, Storrs, CT –  Author Reading


Media Events

Radio Interview Kristi Ellen, The Mosaic Shaman

Radio Interview Phil Hulett and Friends

Radio Interview WTYM Morning Show with David and Friends

Radio Interview WBEL with Don Rosen

Radio Interview WSVA with Mick Schikman

TV Interview Page One with Zita Christian


Where and what did you teach? Because I’m an author, the common assumption is that I taught English or language arts.  Surprise. I’ve been a Science Geek before the word “Geek” was invented. I taught mostly Environmental Science, Biology and Earth Science for twenty-seven glorious years. Following the dictates of life, I taught in Georgia, Massachusetts and Connecticut, from seventh grade to seniors, in affluent communities and inner city. Do I miss it? You bet I do!

Where do you get your story ideas?  I first began writing by developing an idea from a song. I stopped writing that story when I attended my first Renaissance Faire, which inspired the story, which eventually became my first published book. I finally returned to the first story and published it about a year later.

My non-fiction workbook, Girl’s Guide to Good Guys, came from trying to help some former students. They’re the ones who encouraged me to put our work into a book so it could benefit others, but at the time, I wasn’t a writer. Now, I am.

When did you begin writing? Teaching science was my first love, but when Lyme disease affected my heart, it stopped me in my tracks. While waiting to recuperate so I could return to teaching, I was seriously bored. Too tired to watch TV, I listened to music, making up stories in my head. As I regained my strength, I wrote down some of the ideas. After returning to teaching, I spent my summers writing, just for fun, then realized I had the makings of a full blown book. The rest is history.



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