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Karen DeVault is a story teller and published author. She has been featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul and Guideposts. As a columnist for Women to Women Michigan Magazine, she tells inspiring and humorous stories of her outdoor adventures, from mule riding in the Grand Canyon to swimming with manatees. Karen has an adventurous spirit and will try just about anything that involves the outdoors or food. Karen has two beautiful grown stepdaughters and a collection of delightful grandkids. She is wife to her best friend and biggest supporter, Terry. Professionally, she is an Executive Assistant. She has earned a degree in Communications and another in English. She reads, writes, journals, and imagines extensively. Her other interests include motorcycling, biking, fishing, hunting, and health & fitness.

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