Debbie Does Diaries
I have said many times and in many places that I was a big fan of Katy Keene the Fashion Queen comic books when I was a little girl. In fact, Katy Keene was where I got my start as a published writer. The scan is terrible and I apologize for the quality but you can clearly see "Barbara Fuller 83-17 Cornish Avenue" in the credit for both the story and the drawing of the little sports car. Steven Nazarek is listed as a co-credit. He was my sweet dear friend who lived with his grandparents in the first floor apartment of our two-family house. He was maybe 3 or 4 years younger than I and the closest thing I had to a real life sibling.
There's a very sad story attached to my memories of Stevie and some very precious ones. I hope he's well. I hope he's found some happiness. If ever somebody deserved it, it's Stevie.
On a lighter note, nine other authors and I are launching a knitting blog that I think you might enjoy. Please drop in and visit us at Romancing The Yarn and see what Gloria Alvarez, Fran Baker, Elizabeth Boyle, Jean Brashear, Jamie Denton, Sandra Marton, Laura Phillips, Terese Ramin, Nancy Herkness and I are up to.