Congratulations to Tamara, winner of HEMINGWAY’S GIRL!
From the 2013 Debs…
Deb Kerry had a very exciting week teasing everybody with the cover reveal for BETWEEN. In case you managed to miss it, you can see it right here.
Deb Dana received a galley of THE GIRLS’ GUIDE TO LOVE AND SUPPER CLUBS from her publisher and can’t believe what was once a very large Word document is now an actual book!
Deb Susan has completed the second book in the Shinobi mystery series – and looks forward to starting on book 3 next week!
Past Deb News
Deb Tawna Fenske is still rolling through the Pacific Northwest on the Crazy 8s Author Tour! Next Saturday (September 28) she’s at Paulina Springs Books in Redmond (central Oregon) – stop by and say hello!
Deb Joelle Anthony‘s novel RESTORING HARMONY was chosen as the feature book for the Cincinnati Public Library’s Teen on the Same Page Festival – way to go Joelle!
Deb Linda Grimes is signing books at the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association Conference in Arlington, VA next weekend. If you’re in Arlington, and attending the Conference, stop by and say hello!
On September 29 (next Saturday), Deb Friend Erika Robuck is also appearing at the author reception at the NAIBA Conference. Introduce yourself if you see her!
Deb Dish – Tell us about something that always makes you smile.
Deb Amy: A special thing that makes me smile is an email from Carol, my life-long (40 year!!) pen pal in Cardiff, South Wales. We went from little girls who loved and wrote letters about the Osmonds to moms of grown kids who write emails about work and life and everything in between. I used to just wait and wait for her letters to arrive, and now any time I see her email addy in my inbox, I know I smile. Then I grab a cup of coffee and hunker down for a good read. You can read more about me and Carol, here, in my 2007 Chicago Tribune article.
Deb Dana: My husband’s dancing. He’s actually a really good dancer, and every once in a while — when we’re watching a show and the credits roll and a great theme song comes on, or when I’m playing music in the kitchen — he’ll bust out a few moves, and it is physically impossible not to smile when he does that.
Deb Kelly: … is trying VERY hard not to post a picture of her BLB (beloved little boy) right now. Suffice it to say he makes me smile ear to ear.
Deb Kerry: Many things, but a good cup of coffee will always do it. Also, looking out my window at – no neighbors – and seeing sky and trees and wild deer and turkeys. This makes me happy.
Deb Susan: I love to smile, so the honest answer here is “too numerous to mention,” but if I have to name just one: puns. Particularly bad puns – and more about that next Thursday. Some people don’t like puns, but I can’t help loving them The bigger the groan, the bigger my grin!