After The Debs (minus Gail) finish storming San Francisco they’re off to storm NYC (at least three of them, Deb Jenny, Deb Danielle and Deb Gail) for the Backspace Conference August 7th.
Deb Eileen is beyond THRILLED to have her first blurb for her upcoming YA What Would Emma Do? from one of her favorite authors. “Not since Judy Blume’s Margaret introduced herself to God has there been such a funny, genuine, conflicted, Wanna-Be-Sorta-Good-Maybe-Later girl as Emma in Eileen Cook’s new novel, ‘What Would Emma Do?’ Cook’s tone as she takes on the big ones — life, love, faith and friendship — is pitch perfect.”- Jacquelyn Mitchard, author ‘The Midnight Twins’ and ‘The Deep End of the Ocean’
Deb Jess is extremely pleased to share a review of Driving Sideways from Nancy McKenzie for the Internet Review of Books: “Riley deftly weaves a story about … potentially depressing topics within the framework of a funny book without being insensitive—no easy task.”
Deb Jess, Deb Danielle and Deb Lisa danced the night away at the Harlequin Ball. (With none other than Ward Gardiner (Bushee.) Seriously.
Pictures to come.
CALLING ALL FOODIES OR FOODIE WANNABES! If you love to cook or try new recipes, check out Deb Mia‘s “Food That Makes You Go Mmmm … The TABLE MANNERS Recipe Challenge” and you could receive a $10 amazon.com gift card and a signed copy of the novel when it is released in August 2009. For more details, visit Mia’s blog on amazon.com by clicking here. It’s “first come, first served,” so be sure to hurry on over if you’re interested!
Friends of the Debs:
The Debs are thrilled to announce that this Monday, August 4th, Seize a Daisy will present “Amy MacKinnon and Tethered.”
Congratulations to Deb pals and Rita nominees Jane Porter (Odd Mom Out) and Hank Phillippi Ryan (Prime Time) — we’ll be cheering for you!
3 Replies to “News Flash for Sunday August 3, 2008”
I’d hate for Deb Jess’s friends not to see that book review, but the URL above won’t work. I’m pretty sure this one will:
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