My Hot 20 by Deb Danielle Younge-Ullman

For me, talent is one of the biggest factors in making someone ‘hot’ and so is generosity. These are the two factors I used for this list, with slightly more weight given for talent–ie everyone on the list is talented and some are also people I know to be very generous. (Please note that many of these authors are also physically hot and a few of them also create work…

Thursday, June 12, 2008
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The 20 Hottest Authors Alive by Deb Lisa Daily

I’m not sure who came up with this idea, but I think it’s pure genius. If it was me, I was probably drooling over a photo of John Grisham at the time, whom I have had a crush on since college. In no particular order, my picks for 20 Hottest Authors are:Kristen Harmel (Hell-o, the woman is so hot even Patrick Dempsey noticed.) Adena Halpern Hank Philippi Ryan Maggie Marr…

Wednesday, June 11, 2008
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20 Hottest Authors by Deb Gail

I’ve been thinking about this topic a lot since it was first proposed and thinking how much I like it but that makes me wonder if that means I’m superficial since I immediately interpreted “hot” as meaning sexy or attractive or does that mean that I’m just caught up in this whole list thing that seems to be a trend or that I’m over-thinking the whole thing or… … okay,…

Monday, June 9, 2008
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Beat Me, Whip Me, Send Me on Book Tour by Deb Lisa Daily

The business of publishing can really knock the wind out of you. There are dozens of people involved in turning a big stack of paper into a book — the writer, agents, editors, publicists, marketing people, print managers, sales people and tons of support staff. But sometimes it feels like the loneliest gig in the world. If it’s your first book, you probably won’t go on tour. You probably won’t…

Wednesday, June 4, 2008
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Bring on Deepak and Delia by Deb Lisa Daily

I am sitting in a hotel room in San Francisco, getting ready to leave for Book Expo in Los Angeles tomorrow. Book Expo is one of my favorite things to do each May, and I go every year whether I have a book coming out or not. I’m so excited I can hardly sleep. I realize that this makes me a geek. A book geek. But Book Expo is nirvana…

Wednesday, May 28, 2008
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News Flash! May 25, 2008

Deb Jess would like to thank everyone for making the launch of Driving Sideways a memorable one! To celebrate, Jess guest-blogged with Caryn as well as the crew at Drunk Writer Talk; she was also interviewed by Shelly, Tia, Pam at Pam Writes Romance, Joanne Rendell, and Rhianna. Thanks to everyone who featured Driving Sideways on their blogs this week! Stay tuned for more stops on the Driving Sideways blog…

Sunday, May 25, 2008
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Driving Sideways by Jess Riley is a fabulous read, by Deb Lisa Daily

We donated my brother to science. Actually, we donated parts of him to science and the other parts to people who, well, needed his parts. I have wondered many times in the last few years whatever became of my brother’s kidneys, his eyes, his heart. I’ve also wondered whether or not the idea of cellular memory is really true. My brother was rambunctious, wickedly funny, a tender soul, a daredevil….

Wednesday, May 21, 2008
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News Flash! May 18 2008

Deb News: Deb Jess Riley‘s Driving Sideways debuts this week! Stay tuned as each deb blogs about Jess and Driving Sideways. Deb Jess will also be presented this week, in what has become a wonderful tradition, at Seize a Daisy on Monday in a post entitled: “Dancing with the Stars at The Debutante Ball.” Also, Jess is profiled in the current issue of MKE Online, on the web and in…

Sunday, May 18, 2008
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Where is Your Mother? By Deb Lisa Daily

I’ve written several posts about my amazing, wonderful mother, which you can read here, here and here. So, for a change, I’m going to write about someone else’s mother. Sadly, I think she may be trapped in a well. Marche Taylor is the high school senior who was kicked out of her prom because school officials deemed her dress was too risqué and insisted she leave. She refused. She asked…

Wednesday, May 14, 2008
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News Flash May 11th

Deb NewsDeb Lisa had a fabulous turnout at her signing and book party last Saturday at Sarasota News and Books. Check out the pictures here! Lisa will be back on tour for Fifteen Minutes of Shame this week with stops in Raleigh, Jacksonville, Charlotte and Charleston. May 13 – 7:00pm Signing & Talk Borders 8801 Southside Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32256 (904)519.6500 This week, Lisa was featured on DAYTIME (TV, syndicated)…

Sunday, May 11, 2008
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