Dirt on the Debs by Deb Danielle Younge-Ullman

Okay, I don’t actually have dirt, but I like alliteration, needed a title and figured it might catch your attention. And I do have some behind the scenes tidbits to share that are interesting, if not particularly dirty. We started as strangers back in July and had to divvy up jobs, learn how to use the site, post our blogs etc. About 200 emails later, with a huge amount of…

Thursday, May 8, 2008
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Springtime in New York by Deb Lisa Daily

I am in New York city, and it is a balmy 55 degrees. Now, I come from Florida, so I’m used to 85 degree weather at this time of year, but it feels like spring has started to seep into my brain. Why? My faithful assistant Ashley and I have hatched a scheme: We’re planning on kidnapping Deb Eileen at 5 am tomorrow morning, dressing her up in a strapless…

Wednesday, April 9, 2008
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Do You Believe in Magic? by Deb Lisa Daily

My first true love was Shaun Cassidy. I was ten, he was twenty, and I plotted endlessly in my head about how when he was thirty I would be twenty and we could get married. I was certain he would wait for me. I planned my whole week around the Hardy Boys, and anxiously awaited the show. (And occasionally might have been brought to tears when it was a Nancy…

Wednesday, April 2, 2008
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News Flash! March 23, 2008

Deb News: Deb Jenny will discuss SLEEPING WITH WARD CLEAVER on a panel about marriage in fiction at the Virginia Festival of the Book at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, at New Dominion Bookshop in Charlottesville, VA. Deb Friend Andrea Frazer posted a fabulous and very thoughtful review on her Baby Center blog and gave Sleeping with Ward Cleaver a wonderful mention on her always fun and interesting Good Housekeeping…

Sunday, March 23, 2008
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News Flash! March 16, 2008

Deb News: The Debs Take Manhattan! Deb Eileen Cook and Deb Lisa Daily will be signing their respective debut novels Unpredictable and Fifteen Minutes of Shame together in New York City! Stop by, we’d love to see you! Thursday, April 11 at 7:00 pm BORDERS 461 Park Ave. (of course, dahling) New York, NY 10022 Fifteen Minutes of Shame is coming to a theater near you! We just sold film…

Sunday, March 16, 2008
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News Flash! February 24, 2008

Deb News: Unpredictable has now reached #10 on the Barnes and Noble Romance Trade Bestseller List! Eileen would like to thank everyone who continues to buy and promote her book. The tour continues this upcoming week: Borders in Chicago, IL on February 26th at 7:30pm, and Schuler Books in Grand Rapids, MI on February 28th at 7pm. Look for photos and juicy details about Eileen’s Unpredictable Book Tour (which may…

Sunday, February 24, 2008
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Unpredictable: The Sonnet Version by Deb Danielle Younge-Ullman

I loved Unpredictable. Love, love, loved it! Deb Eileen Cook is hysterically, brilliantly funny, her heroine is totally lovable and the book is tightly written. I nearly gave myself an asthma attack from all the laughing. And since the response was so enthusiastic to last week’s poetic offerings for Deb Jenny, here is my sonnet for Eileen. (Actually, I did write two, but this one is much better than the…

Thursday, February 14, 2008
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Unpredictable is Uncommonly Fabulous by Deb Lisa Daily

UNPREDICTABLE is one of those books you laugh all the way through, send to your best girlfriend for her birthday, and carry around in your beach bag the whole summer long. The book opens with the heroine, Sophie, stealing her ex-boyfriend’s socks in a slightly twisted but hysterically funny plot to win him back. Sophie is willing to go to any lengths to help her guy see what he’s missing,…

Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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UNPREDICTABLE…Predictably Fabulous by Deb Jenny

As I gaze into my crystal ball, I’m seeing something…it’s a little hazy at first, but the more I stare the more I can see it. It’s an image of me, laughing my butt off while reading Unpredictable, Deb Eileen’s hilarious debut novel. Long before I read her book, I was laughing at much of what Eileen had to say. She is a really clever, really witty person. I felt…

Tuesday, February 12, 2008
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