Newsflash: July 8, 2012

Congrats to Bermudaonion, winner of a copy of Keepsake!

From the 2012 Debs…

Deb Joanne has had just about the best week ever and wants to thank the Debs and Deb friends for all their support and congratulations on the release of SMALL MEDIUM AT LARGE. Hugs and kugel all around!

Deb Linda ran across a review of In a Fix in Publisher’s Weekly, and couldn’t be more tickled to see her book referred to as a “sparkling series opener,” and find out somebody thinks her characters are “endearing.”

Deb Erika had such a great week celebrating with Deb Joanne for SMALL MEDIUM AT LARGE–and she’s not one bit surprised by Deb Linda’s awesome PW review, herself having read–and loved!–IN A FIX during her trip to Maine!

Past Deb News

In case you missed the great news, Deb Sarah Jio announced that her fourth novel, THE LAST CAMELLIA, has a pub date! Mark your calenders for May 28th, 2013, friends!

Deb Kristina‘s new release KEEPSAKE was featured in an article on Michigan Live–read it here!

Deb Dish – It’s Hot! What is your favorite cooling food and/or drink to fight the heat?

Deb Joanne – Right now, I’m very into Tim Horton’s berry fruit smoothies – they’re kind of like non-boozy frozen daiquiris and are so cold and refreshing. Yum.

Deb Erika is with Deb Linda on the watermelon. And blueberries. But I’m not always so well-behaved. A cold beer or a chilled glass of Sauvignon Blanc ALWAYS helps lower the internal temps too 😉

Deb Molly My favorite summer drink is Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy, a mix of beer and lemonade, which sounds gross, but is the most refreshing way to cool off after a mandatory-fun march along the lake in this heat (she says from experience).

Deb Linda – Ice cream, of course. But since I want my pants to keep on fitting, I’ll go for cold fruit, too — watermelon especially. There’s something about a chilled piece of watermelon that cools me right off. It’s almost as good as ice cream.

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3 thoughts on “Newsflash: July 8, 2012

  1. Aw, thanks, Erika. 🙂

    And I can’t believe I left off gin & tonic on my cooling list. Mmmm. Nothing says summer like a good G&T!

    • Oh, I can’t believe I DIDN’T put down a G&T–that was on my list. In fact, it usually tops it. I have very fond memories of living in New Orleans and having Gin and Tonics on the terrace of my favorite bar–The Columns Hotel Bar–and let me tell you, sitting under those lush, grand live oak branches in the garden district, sipping one of those, I NEVER felt anything but cool as a cucumber 😉

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