News Flash! May 20, 2007

Deb Postcard Contest! With only two more Debs to go, the Deb Postcard Contest is on once again! Check out our Contest page to enter!

Debs on Film! New Line Cinema has hired a screenwriter to adapt Eileen Cook’s Unpredictable. This takes us one step closer to having to figure out what to wear to the Oscars. No reason we can’t start obsessing already.

Have Faith in your Debs! Deb Kristy is pleased to announce that Penguin/Berkley will publish her next novel, MATTERS OF FAITH, in Summer of 2008! (Whew! Burger King applications will remain in her desk drawer for the time being…)

LoveReads Loves to Party! The website has given Deb Anna’s book, PARTY GIRL, five out of five stars, telling Anna she has “a real winner on her hands.” She is clinging tightly to those words.

GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS are out! The Penguin anthology GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS, in which Deb Anna has an essay, has been released. Buy it here.

Debs Seizing Daisys! Please join Deb Anna on friend of the site Larramie’s blog Seize A Daisy tomorrow, Monday, in honor of her upcoming debut!

Debs in Space! The fabulous Kim Alexander of Fiction Nation will interview Deb Kristy on XM Satellite Radio this Saturday the 26th at 6:00 p.m. and Sunday at 10:00 a.m. on XM 155, and Sunday at 11:30 a.m. and 11:30 o.m. on XM 163! Free trials can be found here

Debs in Review! Deb Tish isn’t sure whether to laugh or cry over this Town House review in Canada’s largest paper, The Toronto Star. Click here:

Debs Who Forget to Announce Things! Deb Tish will be interviewed LIVE on the nationally syndicated ROLONDA radio show Monday at 12:30 pm for 20 minutes. So noonish, rather than midnightish. So tune in!

3 Replies to “News Flash! May 20, 2007”

  1. Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, Bravo! The debs continue their impressive as hell roll through the publishing world. Congrats to all of you for your amazing coming out year.
    And Kristy, I can’t wait for next summer!

  2. Anna is receiving kdos from everyone, Kristy’s popularity earns her another book as well as a weekend on radio “space,” and Tish will be forever Yummy! 🙂

  3. Hmmm. Someone seems a wee bit envious of Deb Tish’s success, methinks. I mean, come ON. Criticizing pre-launch hype and an author’s NAME in a book review? What are we, in grade six? As a reviewer friend of mine once confessed, the reason you see so many negative reviews is that they’re much easier to write. Ms Dundas can’t slam the book, which she admits is great, so…

    Those who can, write. Those who can’t, write reviews?

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