Deborah Cardona

Deborah Cardona

Deja Vu Publication made it’s debut in 2007 headquartered in New York’s East Harlem where it remains today. It’s founder, Ms. Deborah Cardona envisioned a publication company that would attract talented authors as well as give her the freedom to bring her urban tales out to the general public. Chained, Two Fold and Butterfly, her first publications were ground breaking books that first established the company. Ms. Cardona decided to enter into the publishing field when she found that her stories were not only thought provocking, but it also showed it’s readers that there are choices one can make in life for the better. Now the main goal is to guide other authors who come into the Deja Vu family to achieve it’s highest potential through knowledge and keep the readers in mind to bring forth the best books that will thoroughly entertain them. In the very near future we will be publishing many books with different aspects of the urban lifestyle as well as books to entertain audiences of all ages. It is our goal to provide avid readers with books that they can relate to whether they live in the projects of the big city or within the manicured grassy home in the suburbs, we want it’s story lines to grab the readers and take them into the lives of the characters in it’s books. Our main objective in publishing is to concentrate on the quality of the books we publish. We most importantly would love our readers to critique our books and inform us on how they feel our books can serve them better. We are developing a long list of titles from our talented authors and invite you to please review our website regularly to check out titles we will release in the future.

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