Interview with Eliza Nellums, author of ALL THAT’S BRIGHT AND GONE

Friday, January 1, 2021

This week’s interview is with Eliza Nellum, whose debut novel, ALL THAT’S BRIGHT AND GONE, tells the story of Aoife Scott as she tries to solve the mystery of her older brother’s death and bring her mother home. Below, Eliza tells us about the best money she ever spent as a writer, the story behind her book’s title, and books she’s looking forward to reading. Enjoy!   ABOUT ELIZA Raised in…

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Interview with Rashi Rohatgi, author of WHERE THE SUN WILL RISE TOMORROW

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

This week’s interview is with Rashi Rohatgi, whose debut novel, WHERE THE SUN WILL RISE TOMORROW, is a story of love and family set in early 20th century India. Below, Rashi shares about the strangest job she’s ever had, the time her teacher left her in tears, and the talent that she wishes she had (it involves two wheels!). Enjoy!   ABOUT RASHI Rashi is a Pennsylvania native who lives…

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Interview with Nancy Johnson, author of THE KINDEST LIE

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

It is my absolute pleasure to share this week’s GUEST AUTHOR INTERVIEW. Nancy Johnson is not only a delight but an inspirational author with an outstanding debut novel that will be talked about (and read) for years to come. So grab a cup of coffee or tea and take a few minutes to read and enjoy and then — PREORDER! The Kindest Lie releases February 2, 2021!  Denny S. Bryce…

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Interview with Georgina Cross, author of THE STEPDAUGHTER

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

How fun to be doing this week’s interview with Georgina Cross, whose debut novel, THE STEPDAUGHTER, has received rave reviews and has been compared to THE MOTHER-IN-LAW and BIG LITTLE LIES. Below, Georgina shares more about her journey to publication, the experience of losing her best friend, and the importance of modeling grit and perseverance for one’s kiddos. Enjoy!   ABOUT GEORGINA After graduating from Louisiana State University, Georgina enjoyed…

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Interview with Denise Williams, author of HOW TO FAIL AT FLIRTING

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

I’m absolutely thrilled to be doing this week’s interview with Denise Williams, author of the much anticipated HOW TO FAIL AT FLIRTING, which is romance at its swooning, heart-pounding, toe-curling best! Below, Denise shares what she’s most looking forward to with the release of her book, tells us about the story behind her title, and explains why a future novel will definitely include a haunted house. Enjoy!   ABOUT DENISE…

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Interview with Heather Chaves, author of NO BAD DEED

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

This week’s interview is with Heather Chavez, whose thriller NO BAD DEED tells the suspenseful story of a woman who’s husband has gone missing and who is trying desperately to protect her family from a deadly stalker. Below, Heather shares secrets about her main character, her proudest writing moments, her daughter’s sweet reaction to her book deal, and about that time she went on Oprah! Thanks for joining us Heather!…

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Interview with Jody A. Forrester, author of GUNS UNDER THE BED

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

I’m so excited for this week’s interview with Jody A. Forrester, whose memoir GUNS UNDER THE BED tells of her transition in the late sixties from love child to peaceful Vietnam War protester to joining a communist organization whose ideology embraced violence against the ruling class! Read below for more about Jody’s incredible background, the story behind her book’s startling title, and her path toward writing. Thank you Jody!  …

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An Interview with Multi-Published Historical Fiction Author Vanessa Riley

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Vanessa Riley is an award-winning author of historical fiction and historical romance, showcasing the hidden histories of women of color and emphasizing strong sisterhoods and dazzling multicultural communities. With more than 20 novels in print, her stories pull at the heartstrings, elicit a few laughs, and share insights into the history of Black and Brown people during the Georgian, Regency, and Victorian eras. A fellow resident of the state of…

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GIVEAWAY ALERT!!!

Saturday, November 7, 2020

November 7, 2020 The Debutante Ball is very excited to be giving away a copy of Rachel Mans McKenny’s wonderfully witty debut novel, THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT. To grab your copy of this marvelous book, Retweet or Share the post below to Twitter or Facebook. Or simply comment on the original article here. This giveaway ends on Tuesday and you don’t want to miss out! MORE ABOUT THE BOOK Is there such a…

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Interview with Rachel Mans McKenny, author of THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

This week’s interview is with Rachel Mans McKenny, whose book THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT comes out on December 8th and tells the story of an entomology PhD during a year of family and romance-related drama. Read below about Rachel’s road to publication, her bucket list, the best money she’s spent as a writer, and more!   ABOUT RACHEL Rachel Mans McKenny is a writer, professor, and humorist from the Midwest. Her…

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