News Flash: Buzz, Tours, and Book 2

newsCongratulations to Judi Burns, winner of FIRST FROST by bestselling guest author Sarah Addison Allen!

Check back next Sunday for this week’s winner of WE CAN WORK IT OUT by guest author Elizabeth Eulberg …

 

From the 2015 Debs:

Colleen Oakley is traveling home from the final leg of her tour in Chapel Hill and Maryland. She’ll be at FoxTale in Atlanta on Saturday, Jan. 31 at 1 p.m., if you’re in the area and want to say hi! She’s also finally delving back into her WIP and counting down the days until she meets the twins (only two months or less!)

Amy E. Reichert is struggling to wrap her head around revisions, but has several good people around her who know how to get her ass moving. And she heard some news that is very exciting, but can’t be shared yet (yep, I know that’s annoying). And she is squeeing over Karma’s awesome news below!

Karma Brown thinks COME AWAY WITH ME being one of Publishers Weekly Buzz Books for Spring/Summer 2015 is the bees knees (see what she did there?)! She’s also about to dive into revisions for book 2 for her editor, and is equal parts excited and terrified…

Sona Charaipotra is really busy working on her new book and can’t think about anything else. 🙂

Shelly King  wishes she had something more interesting to report but right now it’s all about novel #2!

From past Debs:

Heather Webb’s next novel, RODIN’S LOVER, has a January 27th book birthday (congrats, Heather!) and she’s received this starred review from RT Book Reviews:  “Masterfully crafted…a larger-than-life story full of passion and tragedy. Webb captures the era and characters to perfection.” To further celebrate, Heather will be hosting an online, Facebook launch party on January 27th that’s open to all!

Lori Rader-Day’s THE BLACK HOUR has been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Here’s the full list of Edgar Award nominees — congrats, Lori!

 

 

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Karma Brown is the author of COME AWAY WITH ME (MIRA/Harlequin, September 2015), an emotional story of one woman’s discovery that life is still worth living, even if it’s not the life you planned. Karma is also a National Magazine award-winning journalist, and lives outside Toronto, Canada, with her family and their mischievous labradoodle puppy, Fred.