The Debutante Ball was mentioned this week in John Kremer’s Book Marketing Update — you can read all about it here.
Deb Lisa’s book Fifteen Minutes of Shame received a fabulous review in Publisher’s Weekly, “she delivers some surprising depth and a heroine with heart to root for.” You can read the whole review here.
Deb Jess’s Riding with Larry Resnick has a new title, effective immediately: Driving Sideways.
Very loyal and dear friend of The Debs, Amy MacKinnon has sold her debut novel, TETHERED, about a young mortician who finds herself at the center of a murder investigation, to Sally Kim at Shaye Areheart, at auction in a significant deal!!
John Elder Robison, whose fabulous memoir, Look Me in the Eye, about growing up with Aspberger’s Syndrome, launched just a week ago, has already made the New York Times bestseller list for non-fiction hardcover. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy!
Deb Friend Tasha Alexander scored a lovely two-book deal in a pre-empt. Her next book, Tears of Pearl, continues her heroine’s journey, this time into the exotic land of Constantinople. Way to go, Tasha!
Deb Friend and New York Times Bestselling author Sara Gruen had a fun thing happen recently. Former President Bill Clinton was spotted buying her book Water for Elephants! Check it out here and scroll to bottom of page.