About

Debbie Johansson is a writer of short stories and paranormal fiction. She grew up in suburban Sydney, close to one of the oldest and largest cemeteries in Australia. Debbie spent a decade working within the NSW Police Service, but wrote during her spare time, undertaking various writing courses and had some small pieces published.

After getting married, she moved to the Blue Mountains, giving up her full-time job to raise a family and spend more time writing. Eventually moving further west, it was not until 2009 that she reached a turning point in her writing endeavours. Debbie became one of six successful applicants to participate in the first Writers Workshop at the Write around the Murray Festival. During this time, she was also undergoing studies at University, finally graduating in 2014 with a Bachelor of Communications degree at the University of New England.

Debbie lives in Central Western New South Wales, with her husband and two children.

She is currently working on short stories, a novelette and various novel ideas. You can sample some of her fiction by reading the short story My Sweet Imago.

You can also find her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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6 thoughts on “About

    1. Thanks Bev, I always love a good ghost story. I just hope I can create them myself! Thanks for your comments; it’s good to meet you. 🙂

    1. Hi Gean. It’s a pleasure to meet you and it’s good to know that you enjoy the paranormal! I’m glad you like the look of Monte Cristo – it’s well worth the visit if ever you do come to Australia. Thanks for your comments. 🙂

    1. Hi Helen. Good to hear from another paranormal fan. I also love stories with a good twist in the end (I guess I watched too much of the ‘Twilight Zone’ when I was a kid)! Thanks for your comments – it’s nice to meet you. 🙂

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