Congratulations to Jennifer, winner of
Julie Cohen’s DEAR THING!
Check back next week, where we will announce the winner of this weeks giveaway, our very own Jennifer S. Brown’s MODERN GIRLS!
From the 2016 Debs:
Louise Miller is still flying high from Jennifer’s MODERN GIRLS launch party. She was blown away (but not surprised) by what an amazing speaker and reader Jennifer is. Check out her website event schedule and go see for yourself!
Jennifer S. Brown is not surprised that Louise picked the least flattering photo of Jennifer to post, but it was such a fun night and the picture definitely represents how she felt: happy and silly. And that had nothing to do with the MODERN GIRL Manhattans she consumed after the reading. She’s excited to start visiting book groups and feels prepared now to do more readings. Launch week was beyond her expectations and she wish this feeling would never go away! But alas, it’s time to return to work and continue working on novel #2 (which is not a sequel!).
Heather Young drank a couple of Manhattans in honor of Jennifer’s book launch this week!
Abby Fabiaschi is Momma-sized proud of Jennifer’s success this week! Abby spent the week in New York meeting her film agent, marketing contact, and publicist for the first time. They are all spectacular. She also had a photo shoot, which she wishes she brought a flask to.
Aya de Leon is feeling a completely inordinate sense of accomplishment that she got the preview copy of MODERN GIRLS on her kindle and read a whole book on a screen (her first print book in ages). She is also feeling just the right amount of excitement and gratitude that her photo, name, and the title of her book appeared in the LA Weekly’s article on #AWP16.
Here are some of the best things we saw on the internet this week:
* Nostalgia may be the only thing keeping the library card alive, but…..sigh. Library cards! So wonderful. History of the Library Card
* Check out this great interview with our own Jenny Brown in Huffington Post Books! Research, Rejection, and Writing Even When It Hurts: An Interview With Jennifer S. Brown