News Flash, March 8

Deb Meredith has three events in Brooklyn this week–a joint reading with Brian Wiprud at Word Bookstore in Greenpoint on March 10 at 7:30 PM, a “Night of Murder, Mayhem… And Art” at The Front Room Gallery (147 Roebling Street) in Williamsburg on Friday, March 13 at 7 PM, and an event put on by the Friends of the Williamsburgh Library on Sunday, March 15 at 5 PM. And on Thursday March 12 at 7:05 AM MST/9:05 AM EST she’ll be on Tron in the Morning, KCMN 1530 AM in Colorado Springs, CO.

Deb Eve has gotten a couple of wonderful pre-publication reviews for FIRST COMES LOVE, THEN COMES MALARIA. Booklist said, “With an appealing, down-to-earth voice, Brown-Waite chronicles her adventures abroad in an accessible, humorous tone sure to appeal to armchair travelers.” And Peace Corps Writers said, “The writing . . . is remarkable – honest, affecting, unflinching and compelling . . . A gift to the canon of literature by people who have begun young lives as Peace Corps volunteers.”

Deb Katie Alender is pleased to report that Publishers Weekly says of BAD GIRLS DON’T DIE, “Fans of classic young adult ghost stories should welcome this solid offering.”

She is also pleased to report that BAD GIRLS DON’T DIE will be available on Amazon Kindle!

Deb Kristina unveils the new “For Book Groups” page of her website, including PDFs of an author Q&A and discussion questions. Careful, though! Spoilers lie in the discussion questions… Also on that note of website overhaul, the News & Events page is live with Kristina’s first scheduled tour dates!

What We’re Reading
Katie is reading William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair.

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