Congratulations to @bermudaonion, winner of our #DebBallGiveaway of TOUCH by Courtney Maum.
Thank you so much to yesterday’s guest, Jennifer Caloyeras! If you haven’t already, enter the #DebBallGiveaway to win a copy of UNRULY CREATURES. You can enter by sharing our post on Facebook and/or retweeting the following tweet:
— The Debutante Ball (@DebutanteBall) October 7, 2017
Former Debutante News:
“A surprisingly dark thriller that will find a home in libraries where there is a need for strong female protagonists and engrossing mysteries.” –SLJ
“…The multiple twists in the ending pack several hefty wallops of surprise and reward the reader with a more than satisfactory payout.” –Bulletin
”Gaynor and Webb have created a WWI novel, told through letters and telegrams, that depicts the heartache and horrors of war and the war’s effect on the youthful innocence of three remarkable people.” —RT Book Reviews
News from the 2018 Debs:
Julie Clark is hard at work on book #2 while she waits for copy edits. Which should come soon since they moved her publication date up to May 2018.
Kaitlyn Sage Patterson got copyedits on Friday and trying to figure out how to juggle three books at the same time. So far, it’s involved watching a lot of Doomsday Preppers and glaring at her computer like it betrayed her.
Cass Morris has been mistaken for a Disney princess twice this week by elementary schoolers she was trying to teach science. Part of her feels guilty about coasting on the beauty privilege, but if it gets the kids to pay attention, she’ll take it.
Lara Lillibridge wrote three new chapters for her next memoir and did laundry in the same week. She is a little afraid that she has raised the bar impossibly high for the rest of the month. She also figured out the perfect ending for the book, and is patiently waiting for it to happen in real life so she can write it down.
Kimmery Martin has BIG news. Owing to the quirky, unpredictable world of publishing, her book cover is changing. This caused much angst, as the original cover is a work of art. Stay tuned to see the replacement.
Next week, we’ll talk about our personality types and how that informs our writing. See you then!