Check back next Sunday for this week’s winner of THE MAGICIAN’S LIE by guest author Greer McAllister …
From the 2015 Debs:
Colleen Oakley is hard at work on her next novel, and trying hard not to obsess over sales numbers for BEFORE I GO. (Spoiler alert: she’s failing.)
Amy E. Reichert got to meet Sona in person. The evidence is below (and the pizza was fantastic!). She also has news she can’t talk about yet and really needs to stop reading reviews as they roll in. Perhaps she and Colleen can start a support group for writers who obsessively check data they have no control over.
Karma Brown is without a doubt making a giant mess of book two as she dives into her revisions, but knows it has to get worse before it gets better (yeah, she knows this sounds like a motivational poster on a bathroom wall) …
just got back from her first ever real signing — at ALA Midwinter — which was surreal and amazing. And she got to meet the AWESOME (all caps!) Amy, which made it totally worth navigating Chicago in January.
Shelly King is excited to be a featured author at the South Carolina Book Festival coming up in May. She also got lotsof work on on novel #2 then went to Disneyland.
From past Debs:
Heather Webb’s second novel, RODIN’S LOVER, hit stores this week. Make sure to grab your copy!
Lisa Alber’s KILMOON and Lori Rader-Day’s THE BLACK HOUR were both nominated for the Left Coast Crime Rosebud Award for best first novel, and they couldn’t be more happy for each other! Here’s the full list of award nominees. Congrats Lisa & Lori!