News Flash: BIG (secret) news, Celebrity Sighting, & a Giveaway!

newsCongratulations to Rhonda Lomazow, winner of guest author Sonja Yoerg’s MIDDLE OF SOMEWHERE!

Check back next Sunday for the winner of Deb Karma Brown’s debut, COME AWAY WITH ME 

From the 2015 Debs:

Colleen Oakley got news last week. BIG news. Like, super ridiculously HUGE news! But… she can’t share it yet. Stay tuned on her FB page for announcement soon. And if you’re in Atlanta, make sure you come out to the Decatur Book Festival on Sept. 5, where she’ll be on a panel with Patti Callahan Henry, moderated by Joshilyn Jackson.

Amy E. Reichert is enjoying the last week with her kids before school starts. She survived a trampoline party with ten kids and is going to a Brewers game tonight with her handsome hubby. Most importantly, last week she got to meet Stephen Amell at a charity event in Chicago. See the glazed expression on his face as he’s about to hug her (the blurry dark spot is Amy’s head). 🙂 Those familiar with her favorite posts will understand how embarrassingly giddy she was.

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Karma Brown has had the most exciting launch week, and is still overwhelmed by all the support that has come in far and wide for her little book (thank you, all)! She’s thrilled to have crossed bucket list item #34 off her list (Write a novel, get it published) and now needs to add something new to the list to take its place … oh, the possibilities! 

Sona Charaipotra is almost glad to be back to the daily grind as school starts for the littles. Almost. But she’ll be hitting the road again this month, first to the Decatur Book Fest (hi Colleen!), and then to Brooklyn Book Fest (a dream come true), and the Boston Teen Author Festival. Stay tuned for events and updates on Facebook. And when she’s not traveling, she’ll be writing! 

Shelly King is writing, writing, writing. Oh so much writing.

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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.

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