News Flash: Keep in Touch with the 2015 Debs!

newsCongrats to Mitzi Vincent, winner of Deb Karma Brown’s debut, COME AWAY WITH ME!

Please return next Saturday for the Deb class of 2016’s first guest, Carolina De Robertis — author of THE GODS OF TANGO — and a giveaway!

Rather than a final goodbye (we can’t cope), we’re going to say, “See you later!” Because — in case it still needs to be said —  we’re going to miss being Debs and miss all of you.

So keep in touch by bookmarking our blogs, websites, Facebook pages, and Twitter / Instagram handles — and don’t be shy! We’d be thrilled to hear from you, and find out what great new things you’re all up to.

And here, dear readers, is officially the final post of the 2015 Deb Class — thank you for coming along on this ride with us this year!

Colleen & Sona— before the BBQ and Moscow Mules!

Colleen Oakley finally got to meet fellow Deb Sona at the Decatur Book Festival last night! Her next event will be in Kokomo, Indiana on Dec. 10. You can keep in touch (and find out her exciting top secret news!) at her FB page on Twitter or her website. Thank you for being a part of this rollercoaster of a year! I’ll never forget it. 

Amy E. Reichert will try to do some more posts on her website, and get her events and media pages up to date. You can always find her on Twitter, even when she shouldn’t be — and is getting better about updating her Facebook page. She would love to visit or Skype with your bookclub — just send her an email at This was an amazing year — thank you, dear readers!!

Karma Brown is going to add some spit and polish to her little blog (which has been sadly neglected this year) and hopes you’ll pop on over to say, ‘hello!’ or shoot her an email at if you want her to Skype into your book club. To find her in real time, she has a fairly serious addiction to Twitter, and tries to update her Facebook page often enough so she doesn’t forget she needs to update her Facebook page 😉 For too many pictures of her labradoodle Fred and baked goods, you’ll want to check her out on Instagram. It’s been a fun year — thank you, everyone!

Sona Charaipotra is super-excited to finally have met Colleen (see above), which means she’s met all four of her Class of 2015 Deb Sisters! Achievement unlocked! And she does hope you’ll stay in touch. You can catch her at the upcoming Boston Teen Author Festival, Brooklyn BookFest, and NYC ComicCon! Or find her on the web on her site (soon to be updated, promise!), Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. And keep up with CAKE Literary projects here! Plus, you’ll hear more from her and the other Debs soon! Thank you so much for reading!

Shelly King will be at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville in October, so please some see her there. She’s also putting her blogging energy into her own much underfed blog on her own website. Please come visit or she’ll be really lonely. Also find her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram daily. She’ll also visit with your book club via Skype of Google Hangout, so don’t hesitate to contact her!


Author: Karma Brown

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.

3 Replies to “News Flash: Keep in Touch with the 2015 Debs!”

  1. Catching up here! Congrats on a wonderful year, to the Debs of 2015 from this Deb of 2014! Wishing you the best on next books and continued blogging efforts. (I’m still trying to become regular at blogging on my blog. :-))

    The year goes by fast, doesn’t it?

    Debs of 2016 — I’m looking forward to lurking about this year too and to providing news. (Oh, Heather, I’m grew up in Mill Valley!) By the way, thanks for retweeting my Twitter post about the Silver Falchion Reader’s Choice award nomination.

    1. Lisa — Thanks so much for your comment!! I’m new to twitter but so far one of my favorite things is to hear what past Debs are up to. It’s such an inspiring group of women. (And you’re from Mill Valley! How cool!)

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