Deb Maria is getting ready for her very first official book signing! It’s set for Saturday, February 13th at Borders in Westbury, NY from 2-4pm. Maria will speak about her experiences in the wacky world of publishing, and sign copies of “101 Ways to Torture Your Husband,” which of course makes the PERFECT Valentine’s Day gift! Follow the link to purchase from Borders Books: http://www.borders.com/online/store/Home
Deb Alicia is very happy to receive the following endorsement from Rachel Simon, bestselling author of Riding The Bus With My Sister: “Simply from Scratch is a sweet story of regeneration and hope, delivered by a writer of generous spirit and great heart.”
Deb Sarah will be signing copies of The Opposite of Me at a number of bookstores in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, including Barnes & Noble in Bethesda and Politics & Prose. Check the “events” link on her website here for details! She was also just quoted in the Gazette newspaper about the upcoming Gaithersburg Book Festival, where Deb Sarah will be a featured speaker along with Alice McDermott!
And … we’re so thrilled we could just squeal! The Little Giant of Aberdeen County, by Alumni Deb Tiffany Baker, debuted on the NYT Bestseller list this week at #29! It’s out in paperback now, click here to buy it online.
Foreign rights for Alumni Deb Eve’s FIRST COMES LOVE, THEN COMES MALARIA have just sold in Poland. Audible.com will soon be releasing the audiobook.
2 Replies to “News Flash — February 7, 2010”
WAHOO! Tiffany, that’s wonderful news! Everyone should read this book, it’s gorgeous.
And Eve too, we’ll get to HEAR all about Malaria!
Love seeing the 2010 Debs progress. Happy happy!
(With love from Graduate Deb Kristina)
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