Debbie Reynolds Viguie, Class of 1991
Submitted by Alyssa Kiefer in Alumni News, Class of 1991 on July 25, 2017
Debbie is the New York Times Best Selling Author of 52 books. She writes mysteries, thrillers, fantasies, and action adventure science fiction novels. Her Psalm 23 Mysteries, featuring a church secretary and a rabbi who keep tripping over dead bodies, has an intensely passionate readership. Debbie has also written Battlefield Victory: Winning the War Against Satan, a non-fiction book about spiritual warfare. Debbie travels throughout the year speaking about her fictional work and helping people who are being demonically attacked. Debbie graduated from U.C. Davis. with a B.A. in English with a Creative Writing emphasis and met her husband, Scott, at auditions for a play. They have now been married twenty years. Debbie has an M.A. in Creative Writing and is working on a Ph.D. in Comparative Religion. Together Debbie and Scott started Dr. Geek’s Laboratory, a STEM outreach audio show dedicated to getting kids and adults excited about science (www.drgeeklab.com). They also have a traveling science fair that they take to schools, libraries, museums, and conventions. Debbie still loves acting. In addition to community theater and Dr. Geek’s Laboratory, she recently starred in an independent film, Seekers of the Lost Worlds to be released later this year. Debbie is going to launch Debbie Viguie Ministries in July. The ministry will provide educational materials for people at different points in their walk with Christ and provide education and help for those going through spiritual warfare. Debbie is the daughter of Richard and Barbara Reynolds, who live in Kapaa on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. Mrs. Reynolds taught at Redwood Christian Schools from 1981-97. You can find Debbie online at www.debbieviguie.com.