Enjoy the Ride – My Adventures in Publishing, by Guest Blogger Ellen Sussman

The Debs are thrilled to welcome Ellen Sussman as this week’s guest blogger. Ellen’s anthology, Bad Girls: 26 Writers Misbehave, was published by W.W. Norton in July, 2007 and became a New York Times Editors Choice and San Francisco Chronicle Best Seller. She is the author of the novel, On a Night Like This, (Warner Books, 2004), also a San Francisco Chronicle Bestseller which has been translated into six languages….

Thursday, September 20, 2007
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Things I Learned the Hard Way About Putting All My Eggs in One Basket by Guest Blogger Caridad Pineiro

The Debs are pleased to present the lovely and talented Caridad Pineiro, who is on tour for her smart, spicy new novel SOUTH BEACH CHICAS CATCH THEIR MAN, out this month. We’re delighted to have her as our guest. –Deb Lisa First of all, thanks to all the wonderful Debs for letting me visit with them and you. I truly appreciate being able to share some insights with you and…

Wednesday, September 12, 2007
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Angsting on Ending by Guest Renee Rosen

We have a divine guest blogger today. Debut author Renee Rosen is joining us to talk about endings and getting through them with your sanity intact. Renee’s novel, Every Crooked Pot is the semi-autobiographical, coming of age tale of a girl on the outside looking in.  Chosen a Hot Summer Read by the Chicago Tribune, Renee’s novel has garnered praise from NYT Bestselling authors like Sara Gruen and is currently on the…

Saturday, July 21, 2007
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Life, Death and Body Sharing with Guest Blogger Amanda Ashby

Wow, I love balls – well, not that I’ve ever been to a real one before, but I’m sure that if I had, then I would’ve loved it. And besides, tiaras are so totally my color!!! Anyway, since the Debs have been kind enough to let me loose on this lovely blog I thought I’d talk about my debut novel, You Had Me at Halo, which comes out in August…

Thursday, June 28, 2007
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Lisa Daily is Winded! Intro by Deb Kristy

Are the Debs rich with great friends to guest blog, or what? This Wednesday, Lisa Daily is cutting in to dance in place of Deb Jennifer. Lisa is the author of the bestselling dating book Stop Getting Dumped!  (Penguin Putnam) and does a weekly dating guest spot on Lifetime Radio. She is also a syndicated dating columnist whose hilarious advice column appears on approximately 150 dating websites, and in college newspapers across the…

Wednesday, June 27, 2007
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News Flash! June 24, 2007

Hip Hip Hurra! GOOD THINGS just sold foreign rights to Germany! Guest Blogger! Debut author Amanda Ashby (YOU HAD ME AT HALO – NAL August 2007) will be guest blogging this Thursday. Stop by and say “kia ora” (hi in Maori) – Amanda hails from New Zealand, Deb Mia’s favorite islands next to her own! More PARTY People! Bookfinds.com called Deb Anna’s protagonist in PARTY GIRL “quite possibly the most…

Sunday, June 24, 2007
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Jenny Gardiner Grogs! Intro by Deb Kristy

Please welcome the lovely and talented Jenny Gardiner to our soiree. Jenny’s debut novel, Sleeping With Ward Cleaver, recently won the American Title III contest (and deservedly so) and will be published in February 2008 by Dorchester. Jenny writes, with sharp-edged humor and intelligence, about women on the brink. She’s married (20 years!) with three kids, and is an animal lover to boot, with two dogs and a bird that, despite its…

Saturday, June 23, 2007
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What a Difference a Year Makes: Guest Blogger Patricia Wood

I am honored and pleased to introduce today’s guest blogger and fellow Hawaii resident, Patricia Wood. She also has a wonderful blog that’s attracting readers and writers from around the world. Her debut novel, LOTTERY (Putnam, August 2007), is a poignant and wise novel about a very rich underdog who shows everyone just how little his IQ says about his smarts. Read on and learn more about the book, Patricia…

Tuesday, March 13, 2007
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Honorary Debutante Allison Winn Scotch Blogs!

The Debutantes are honored to present guest blogger Allison Winn Scotch, debut author of The Department of Lost and Found, coming from Morrow, May 2007. Hey debs – Thanks a million for having me here! I’m honored to be filling in today! Okay, now to the nitty-gritty. For me, the writing process is not unlike going to the gym: I know that I should, I know that I have to,…

Tuesday, January 16, 2007
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