News Flash, March 1

Deb Meredith is off to Boston for an interview on the TV show “The Literati Scene.” She’ll let everyone know when the podcast is available!

And Mystery Scene Magazine just gave Posed for Murder a glowing review, saying the book “is a solid debut crime story with a fascinating premise, engaging characters, and a good feel for the novel’s urban space.”

Deb Tiffany hit the radio waves, reading the first chapter of The Little Giant of Aberdeen County on The Writer’s Block. Go to: www.kqed.org/arts/programs/writersblock/ to listen to the reading.

Little Giant was also featured this past week in The Week magazine, as book of the week!

And, finally, Tiffany conducted her first webchat for the Twitter Mom’s Book Club. Lots of fun!

Deb Kristina is pleased to see that Real Life & Liars is now available for pre-order from Barnes & Noble, Powell’s Books, and through your local independent bookstore via IndieBound.

Deb Friends News
Katherine Center’s Everyone is Beautiful is out on bookshelves now. Congratulations Katherine on a great read!

Former guest Jamie Ford‘s Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet debuted at #30 on the New York Times bestseller list! Bravo, Jamie, and keep climbing that list!

What we’re reading:
Deb Eve is reading Roland Merullo’s Breakfast with Buddha and loving it. It’s a novel that reads like a travel memoir with lots of deep insights and food for the soul. Also, you can’t help but fall in love with all the characters.

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