Need something to fill the void in the
quiet moments of your life?
Pick up a copy of

"Ordinary"

written by two very "unordinary" women

Debbie Jeffrey and Kaye Pryor

"The poems and photographs in this book inspire peace and accomplishment in everyday events that most of us tend to overlook." ...Carlotta Travis

Please note: COPIES OF "ORDINARY" ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONCE AGAIN!

Debbie Jeffrey grew up in Paducah, KY and began writing poetry when she was eight years old. Her poems, "Through A Mother's Eyes, "Mom", "The Mirror" and "If There Were No Tomorrow", have won state and national awards from Creative Arts and Science Enterprise and the Kentucky State Poetry Society. These Award winning poems have appeared in Berry and Associates Poetry Reviews, Quiet Times Report, Quiet Times Poetry Quarterly and Paducah Life.

In addition to writing, Debbie has traveled extensively as a background vocalist with her husband's musical group. She has two children, Angie (34) and Adam (31), and two grandchildren, Chase (12) and Olivia (2) that she credits as the inspiration for much of her poetry.  

To order your copy of "ORDINARY":
Send $9.95 plus $2 shipping to:
TMJ Productions
135 Myrna Dr
Paducah, KY 42003

Kaye Pryor was born in Paducah, KY and attended Murray State University, majoring in Journalism. Her short stories were published in the Jesse Stuart Workshop Fifth Summer edition, and she also worked on the campus newspaper and yearbook staffs. Her photography interest was inspired by a Graphics Arts class, and continued, while she began touring the country as a background vocalist working with her husband in the same musical group that formed a many year partnership with Debbie and her husband.

For six years, Kaye studied classical piano, winning superior ratings, and also took private vocal lessons for three years. Currently, she and her husband live in Nashville, but she continues touring and focusing on songwriting.


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"Ordinary" - by Debbie Jeffrey and Kaye Pryor