News Flash, January 4

Our first launch approaches! Stop by the Ball all week as the 2009 class sends Deb Tiffany’s The Little Giant of Aberdeen County out into the world! Little Giant has debuted at #9 on the San Francisco Chronicle Best Seller List! Speaking of the Little Giant launch, loyal reader Larramie celebrates Deb Tiffany and her book tomorrow, Monday, January 5, over at Seize a Daisy! Thank you, Larramie! Check out…

Sunday, January 4, 2009

News Flash, December 7

Deb Katie Alender is proud to share her new blurb for Bad Girls Don’t Die, courtesy of Founding Deb Eileen Cook: “An intriguing mix of compelling and creepy, Alender’s Bad Girls Don’t Die is not to be missed. Ghosts, friendship, romance, and family all weave together in a puzzle that will keep you reading until the very end.” (Check out Deb Eileen’s YA novel, What Would Emma Do?, releasing December…

Sunday, December 7, 2008

News Flash, October 26

Deb Tiffany’s novel, The Little Giant of Aberdeen County, has been chosen by Borders for its Original Voices picks. Look for it during January on the Borders website and also on display in their stores! Deb Gail is still busy promoting CANCER IS A BITCH. On Thursday she spoke at the UW Medical School. The live link is here. She was interviewed on here. Also interviewed for an article…

Sunday, October 26, 2008

News Flash, October 19

We experienced some technical difficulties Thursday and Friday, but we’re back online! So be sure to check out Deb Tiffany’s post: “The Hard and the Sweet” and Deb Eve’s post: “Sweet and Soggy Days”. Deb Tiffany was recently interviewed by Publishers Weekly for a Q and A feature. Look for it in an upcoming issue. Also, she is happy to report that The Little Giant of Aberdeen County will be…

Sunday, October 19, 2008

News Flash, September 7

Debutantes past and present got a lovely mention in the Library Journal, with particular attention paid to Deb Tiffany’s The Little Giant of Aberdeen County as potentially “one of the big buzz books of the fall.” The Little Giant of Aberdeen County just received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly, which said, “Baker’s bangup debut mixes the exuberant eccentricities of John Irving’s Garp, Anne Tyler’s relationship savvy and the plangent…

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Girl Thursday

Hi everyone! I’m Tiffany, the Thursday deb, although in real life I’m nothing like a debutante. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area with my husband and three, young children, am prone to wearing Birkenstocks and cowboy boots, can’t curtsy, and believe that Lay’s plain potato chips and champagne is the perfect food pairing. Before becoming a novelist, and before getting married and having kids, I taught literature and…

Thursday, September 4, 2008

News Flash, August 31st

We have said it in many ways an with many words over the past few days, but the 2008 Debutantes (Gail Konop Baker, Jenny Gardiner, Lisa Daily, Danielle Younge-Ullman, Jess Riley and Eileen Cook!) would like to thank you, our readers and community here, for a wonderful year. We have experienced untold support and generosity from so many of you and had a wonderful time sharing our debut year(s) with…

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Newsflash, July 13 2008

Announcing the Debutante Ball Class of 2009 We are most excited to announce the 2009 Debs, who will take over the Debutante Ball on September 1, 2008. We had so many extremely talented authors from which to choose, all with exciting books debuting next year, and narrowing it down to five was no easy task. Without further ado, our 2009 Debutantes are: Eve Brown-Waite, author of the memoir First Comes…

Sunday, July 13, 2008