Newsflash: July 28, 2013

From the 2013 Debs…

Deb Kerry turned in line edits for WAKEWORLD and got a peek at the new cover!!!! Which is awesome. 🙂

Deb Susan had a fantastic signing at Barnes & Noble in Santa Monica and is looking forward to this Tuesday’s signing at Towne Center Books in Pleasanton, CA!

 

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Deb Dish – Tell us about the best sunset, or the best dawn, you ever saw.

Deb Amy: The first time I went to California, my husband drove right to the beach after we’d arrived. We parked on a cliff overlooking a beach, somewhere in or near San Diego. I’d always been a California naysayer, shrugging my shoulders at why anyone would went to live there.  The sun set and I said, “Oh, I get it now.”

Deb Kerry: There have been so many it’s hard to single one out. I do remember this though: when I was a child, we used to drive to visit my grandparents in Saskatchewan (that’s in Canada, for those of you who draw a blank.) It’s incredibly flat prairie and you can see forever. Watching the sun come up as a huge ball of fire after driving in the car all night? That was magical and amazing. 

Deb Susan: My husband proposed to me in Paris, at sunset, on top of the Eiffel Tower. I’ve seen a lot of sunsets and many dawns, but that was definitely the best and most romantic of them all. (And yes, he revels in the fact that he “wins” whenever the conversation turns to “how did your husband propose?”)

 

Your Turn!! Tell us about your favorite sunset or dawn!


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One thought on “Newsflash: July 28, 2013

  1. I had just dropped off my son at school and was exiting the parking lot as the sun was coming up. It was winter and in the Upper Midwest, we are occasionally rewarded for living here; today was my day. There were THREE SUNDOGS rising in the frigid sky right in front of me! Kerry knows what I’m talking about, don’t you? I know the scientific explanation for seeing three suns in the sky but it never ceases to humble me and always makes that 40 below day worth the move from California!

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