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A Special #DebBallGiveaway: SMALL ADMISSIONS in Paperback

This week, we’re doing something special. In honor of Amy’s birthday TODAY(!!) we’re giving away a copy of SMALL ADMISSIONS. Amy Poeppel was the first author out of the gates in December and we’re excited the paperback of SMALL ADMISSIONS will be releasing on July 11th. Smaller. Lighter. The paperback will be carry-on friendly for your…
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Clyde Barrow: The Boy Who Wrote Bonnie Parker a Doggone Song to Show Her How He Cares

This week the Debs are talking about music and its impact on our writing and our life.  As Amy said on Tuesday, we like it quiet when we write. No distractions, please (besides kids, social media, and those voices in our heads…). Even though music doesn’t get any billing while I’m writing, I still incorporate…
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Interview with Kaite Welsh + #DebBallGiveaway of THE WAGES OF SIN

Today on the Debutante Ball, we’re thrilled to welcome a fellow debut Kaite Welsh, from across the pond, to chat about her novel THE WAGES OF SIN! A “nail-biting debut” [Fabulous magazine] set in 1890s Edinburgh, Kaite Welsh’s THE WAGES OF SIN features a female medical student-turned-detective, and will thrill fans of Sarah Waters and Antonia Hodgson….
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Interview with Orly Konig + #DebBallGiveaway of THE DISTANCE HOME

Today on the Debutante Ball, I’m excited to welcome Orly Konig, a fellow author with Tor/Forge, whose book THE DISTANCE HOME is was such a delight to read. I found this novel to be so authentic and real, which is something I love when reading (I mean, who doesn’t?). Here’s what it’s all about: Sixteen years ago,…
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Books for Women. It’s a Thing.

This week we’re chatting about being a woman in the world of publishing. Crystal’s post was really informative, breaking down lots of different statistics related to the topic. And while women are sadly underrepresented in literary awards, I’d like to take a moment to celebrate that women have their very own genre. Women’s Fiction. Go women!…
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The Vices of Publishing A Novel, According to Jenni L. Walsh

This week, we’re talking vices. And, I gotta say, leave it to writers to put together a comprehensive list of ’em. I came across this very long list on WRITEWORLD. Naturally, I scrolled through to see which ones I’ve been known to exhibit, especially during my road to publication. Warning: it’s not pretty. Addiction – Not…
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Interview with Jenni L. Walsh + #DebBallGiveaway of BECOMING BONNIE

You’ve heard the news, but I’ll say it one last time: BECOMING BONNIE, our fifth and final 2017 Debutante Ball book, launched this week!! BECOMING BONNIE is the untold story of how Bonnelyn Parker became half of the infamous duo, Bonnie & Clyde. Here’s my favorite review of Jenni’s excellent novel: “A dazzling and compulsively-readable adventure of…
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