Love and thanks from the 2016 Debs! We would love to hear from you–please keep in touch!
Louise Miller has had an incredible year being a part of the Debutante Ball! She will miss blogging about all things novel and publishing here on the blog. If you would like to see what she is up to, Louise shares all book news on her author Facebook page and on her author Tumblr. She also writes about baking and shares recipes on her baking Tumblr Louise the Baker. She spends a ridiculous amount of time posting pictures on Instagram (mostly of baked goods, her garden and of Boston), and she would love to chat with you on Twitter! All of her best wishes to the new Debs! She can’t wait to read about their publishing adventures, and to read their fabulous debuts!
Jennifer S. Brown is newly back from Sicily and gearing up for a productive fall. Nothing like the crisp chill of a New England autumn to make Jennifer want to sharpen her pencils and start writing in a fresh notebook. When she wants to distract herself, she’ll be on Facebook and Twitter. For too many photos of bourbon and not enough of her kids, you can follow her on Instagram. And she’ll be regularly detailing Book 2 progress on her own blog. She’s been having a great time Skyping into book clubs. Drop her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you’d like her to join your group. It’s been a fabulous, although too short, experience. She gratefully passes on her pearls and gloves to the next class. Thank you for spending this year with her.
Heather Young thanks the previous Debs for picking her to join this lovely party, and everyone who read anything she wrote here. It’s been a ton of fun! Now that she’s taking off her tiara, you can find her on her website, www.heatheryoungwriter.com; on Twitter, where she tweets as @HYoungwriter; and on Facebook. You can also email her at email@example.com.
Aya de Leon will soon be turning in revisions of THE BOSS, and then starting work on a YA spy novel! She hopes to keep in touch with folks on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and her website/blog. Thanks to everyone who joined her and all the Debs on their journey this year. She is wildly excited for the class of 2017 and can’t wait to follow their adventures in publishing.