Deb Danielle’s Falling Under received a great endorsement this week: “What happens when our heroine wants mindless sex and the new guy wants – gulp – to get to know her? Mara’s journey is a wild ride, back toward the harrowing story of her first love and forward toward the possibility of new love. Danielle Younge-Ullman writes about human connections with thrilling energy, honesty, and fury. And her sex scenes are as raw and gutsy as any I’ve ever read.” Ellen Sussman, Bad Girls: 26 Writers Misbehave (WW Norton) and On A Night Like This (Warner Books)
Guest Author Series:
This week we are thrilled to have Karen Karbo, journalist and author of numerous fiction and non-fiction books. Karen’s latest, Minerva Clark Gives Up The Ghost, has just been released and also hot on the shelves in 2007 is Karen’s How to Hepburn: Lessons in Living from Kate the Great.
Deb Founder and Deb Friends:
Tish Cohen, Bev Katz Rosenbaum and Adrienne Kress will all be doing reading/signings at Toronto’s Word on the Street festival today. If you’re in Toronto, check out this fab literary festival!
We are thrilled for Lynne Griffin, whose debut novel Life Without Summer has sold in a pre-empt to St. Martin’s Press.
Tasha Alexander (from one of our favourite grogs http://www.good-girls-kill.com/) has had a big week with a two-book deal from Minotaur for her historical novel Tears of Pearl, and the release of of her novel, Elizabeth, The Golden Age. We hope you’re enjoying every second, Tasha!
Greg Logsted sold his YA, Alibi Junior High to Simon MIX. Congrats Greg!
2 Replies to “News Flash! September 30, 2007”
Hello Deb Friends,
Thank you so much for announcing my news! I am over the moon about it and can credit in part this great blog for sharing the ins and outs of the business. I so appreciate your best wishes. Lynne
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