News Flash: November 20, 2011

From the 2012 Debs…

Deb Rachel received final copies of MWF Seeking BFF. (Which comes out one month from today!!) Seeing the final product was as exciting as she always dreamed it would be.

Past Deb News

Deb Sarah learned that her novel THE VIOLETS OF MARCH was chosen by Library Journal as a Best Book of 2011!

Friends of the Debs

We were so excited to see THREE past Deb guests on Kirkus Reviews’ 2011 Best of Fiction list: Amanda Kyle Williams for The Stranger You Seek, Samuel Park for This Burns My Heart and Caroline Leavitt for Pictures of You. Congratulations!

Good news from Kelly O’Connor McNees – her second novel, The Long Journey Home, will be published in fall 2012. Learn more on her blog!

Check out Kyran Pittman (Planting Dandelions) talking allowances and helping kids manage money on Little Rock’s KTHV!

Deb Guest Tayari Jones was chosen for a National Endowment of the Arts Literature Fellowship!

Deb Dish — Favorite Holiday Story

Deb Erika I’ve always been a big fan of reading A Christmas Carol–growing up I used to read it aloud with my mom every holiday–but as I am also a TV and movie junkie, I must include the holy trinity of Christmas Specials: Rudolph, Charlie Brown and The Grinch. You know you want to dance:

Deb Linda Okay, I’m going to take that to mean my favorite non-personal story (because no way am I going  to tell you guys about that time under the Christmas tree when TG and I…um, yeah, never mind). So my favorite holiday story is officially A Christmas Story, which is a classic holiday movie. I mean, who doesn’t love Ralphie, and wish him well on his quest for a Red Rider BB gun? And here’s one of my favorite scenes (it’s the “Oh, fuuuudge” scene, for those of you familiar with the film):


 

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2 thoughts on “News Flash: November 20, 2011

  1. Yay, Rachel! I can’t wait to read your book!!!

    I love the Peanuts kids! Thanks for the trip down nostalgia lane, Erika. And I’m embarrassed to admit I’ve never seen A CHRISTMAS STORY, but it’s going on my TBW list. I blame my mom for not exposing me to that one early on. 😛

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