Deb Sarah Jio’s Violets Of March Debut Celebration!

It’s here! It’s here! Not many of us can have TWO babies in just four months – but our Deb Sarah had a beautiful boy named Colby this winter and now please join us as we welcome her debut novel The Violets of March. Congratulations, Sarah. And while Sarah’s baby keeps HER up at night, her book will keep YOU up, as you will not want to put it down, I promise you.  If you’ve ever been in love, lost in love, thought love was long gone, or that love was no longer an option for you, whether young or old, The Violets of March will open your eyes and your heart to new possibilites from unexpected places. The best part of being a Deb at The Deb Ball is reading each other’s books before they debut. It’s great fun to share in the excitement and butterflies in the stomach trepidation of debut week. Please do visit Sarah’s site (HERE)  and choose your favorite retailer. The Violets of March willl make a lovely Mother’s day gift for all the special women in your life. KIM

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13 thoughts on “Deb Sarah Jio’s Violets Of March Debut Celebration!

  1. It’s true – she’s a medical miracle for having two babies in four months! And one of them being made out of paper!

    I’m so glad you linked to the trailer – it’s so pretty.

  2. You ought to get her a Kindle – she can read any book – just increase the font. It’s a joy for an older person or anyone with vision issues. And she can download books without needing to go to the library or store.

  3. Elise, have you thought of getting Mom Mom an ereader? I don’t know about the others but Kindle allows you to adjust the text size and — in the long run — that must be less expensive than large print books. More immediate too.

  4. Aww, thanks for thinking of the mother’s day idea, Kim. Such a kind post. Thank you! Tawna, I love that you’re considering VIOLETS for gifts. I can send bookplates if you want. But wait, where do I get bookplates. Learning as I go about this author thing … 🙂

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