Through her various experiences and through years of observing others "I became a student of life," she recalls. She currently lives in Edmond, OK with her husband and two children. Debbie then began writing short stories. Her first piece copyrighted back in 2003 and with the advancement of technology, allowed her to self-publish her works on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Kobo.com, Lulu.com and Smashwords.com.
Her first novel, Love Conquers All, is a wonderful book. After escaping a traumatizing relationship, this story tells of the hope and love that helps Anne Martin overcome her problems of the past. Love Conquers All has steamy love scenes as well as a wonderful storyline that leaves you feeling that the character has truly recovered and found the love of her life.
Her second romance novel is It's Always Been You, telling a story of Ame Song and Mike Devereaux. Ame is a shy college student when she falls in love with Mike. Her two friends, Janine and Staci help her get a much-needed makeover in a last-ditch effort to attract Mike before he leaves college. Mike and Ame get together but not without consequences. Mike doesn't realize he actually slept with Ame that night. Four years later, Mike returns to town and ends up working for the same company Ame does. Their mutual friend Jason arranges for Ame to rent a room temporarily to Mike until he can find a place of his own. Ame reluctantly agrees and soon realizes that she has never stopped loving Mike despite their years apart. Will Mike return her love?
Born and raised in Florida, Debbie Ellis had spent her early years reading books usually about horses. Some of her favourites were written by Walter Farley. Debbie spent her summers taking care of her younger siblings, using imagination to keep them busy. She vividly remembers listening to the radio and thinking of stories to write about that would go with the songs she listened to. Ever since her earliest days, she loved storytelling. Debbie left Florida in 1992 to move to Washington State. She studied business, humanities, and Italian, as a student at a local college. However, she could not escape the allure of storytelling and quickly began studying to become a novelist.
She began by reading every chance she had. From classical literature to contemporary novels, Debbie's love of storytelling was irrepressible. Debbie bought a typewriter. She wrote for a short time but life seemed to constantly get in the way. She continued to dream of other stories in hopes to someday to publish them.
Debbie left Washington before earning her degree but did eventually complete a degree at Northern Oklahoma College in Radiologic Science. She works as a Radiologic Technologist but is continuing on the path to publishing her novels.