News Flash, December 21

The Little Giant of Aberdeen County is on Marie Claire’s radar!

See the January edition of Marie Claire magazine for a write-up of The Little Giant of Aberdeen County in the Page Turner section.

In addition, Little Giant was just chosen by Book Passage in California to be a pick for their First Editions club. Past choices include The Kite Runner, and The Brief, Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Thank you, Book Passage!

Good Housekeeping has also picked Little Giant as a Good Read for January!

Deb Meredith got a lovely review in Publisher’s Weekly this week. They called POSED FOR MURDER an “entertaining debut.”

Graduate Deb Eileen Cook’s What Would Emma Do? comes out this Tuesday and Bestselling author, Meg Cabot put it on her must have list for the holidays!

Graduate Deb Gail Konop Baker will be interviewed by Dr Oz on Oprah and Friends radio show on January 28th!! She was a recommended gift on Literary Lotus, interviewed on The Urban Muse and the playlist (with book notes) from CANCER IS A BITCH was featured on Largehearted Boy. If you would like a copy of the playlist on CD… e-mail her (the first 5 people to do so will receive one!).

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Deb Friend News
Friend of Deb and past guest to the Ball Eliza Graham has gotten some wonderful news of late. Following autumn the publication of her second novel, RESTITUTION, Pan Macmillan has offered Eliza Graham a two-book contract for a further two novels, the first of which, provisionally entitled JUBILEE, centers around the mysterious disappearance of a child from a Silver Jubilee party and the subsequent uncovering of old family secrets. Meanwhile, RESTITUTION, a love-across-the-lines novel set in the eastern marches of Germany in 1945, has just sold Norwegian rights to Cappelen Damm.

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