From the 2011 Debs…
Deb Eleanor will be at the Monument Art Hop in Monument, CO this Thursday with YA author Sarah Ockler (Twenty Boy Summer, Fixing Delilah), compliments of Covered Treasure Bookstore! Hope to see you there!
Deb Tawna had an exciting week! First, she was flattered to be included in a Writer’s Digest article listing “10 Notable Debuts.” Then she found her inbox flooded with email from people who’d pre-ordered Making Waves and learned the book has shipped more than two weeks early. If you’ve placed an order with Amazon for the paperback, odds are good you’ll see it within a couple days!
Deb Kim will be on Fox 8 Cleveland on Friday morning around 8am, speaking at a conference Friday afternoon and having a book signing at The Learned Owl Bookstore in Hudson, Ohio at 1pm on Saturday, the 23rd. If you’re in the Cleveland/Akron area, please join me!
Deb Elise is sharing Amazon.com karma with Tawna — Populazzi’s shipping early too! If you’ve ordered it, look for it in your mailbox around the 20th!!!!
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Deb Dish — If the Debs Could Go To Camp, What Kind of Camp Would They Choose?
I DO get to go to camp! My daughter’s day camp has a sleepover night where parents get to join their kids for all the activities… including s’mores. I can’t wait!!!
I went to a lot of theater camps when I was younger, and I loved them! I think I’d go back to one – I’d love to be part of the cast of a musical again!
Camp Ritz Carlton. My folks sent me to a Catholic sleep-away camp when I was in fourth grade. Somehow going to confession during camp just doesn’t feel like summer… My Mom still has the letter I sent her, “If there are spots on this letter, they are my tears. Please come get me.”
Is there such thing as a spa camp? If so, I want to go there. (And for the record, there would be no kids allowed at this camp. Well, at least kids of mine!)
I love Pure Romance parties (sorta like Tupperware parties, only with “adult products” instead of plastic containers). I think it would be fabulous to have a Pure Romance camp. Um, suffice it to say, no kids allowed.