Congratulations to @AngelicaKate5, winner of our #DebBallGiveaway of TRAVELING WITH GHOSTS by Shannon Leone Fowler.
Thank you so much to yesterday’s guest, Susan Bishop Crispell! If you haven’t already, enter the #DebBallGiveaway to win a copy of DREAMING IN CHOCOLATE. You can enter by sharing our post on Facebook and/or retweeting the following tweet:
Guest Post + Giveaway! #DreamingInChocolate by @sbcrispell https://t.co/HCmYq5gG1Y pic.twitter.com/zFU4BUxM5d
— The Debutante Ball (@DebutanteBall) February 10, 2018
News from Former Debs:
The Write Potential
Former Debs, Eileen Cook and Joëlle Anthony have launched a professional mentoring service for aspiring writers called The Write Potential. In addition to the freelance editing and story development the two have been doing for several years, now they are now offering writers the opportunity to work one-on-one to develop writing skills, fine-tune manuscripts and put together submission materials for agents or editors. “Working over a four month period with guidance from a professional writer is something I wish I’d had starting out,” Joëlle says. “I think it will be really helpful for new writers who want to take their writing to a new level.” Eileen added, “Writing can be a lonely process, having someone to bounce ideas off of, brainstorm with and to give you equal parts encouragement and butt kicking can make a real difference.”
To find out more, visit their site www.thewritepotential.com They are offering a special introductory rate right now, but available slots are filling quickly.
News from the 2018 Debs:
Julie Clark Finally revealed her new cover and it is gorgeous!
There’s also a Goodreads giveaway going on…100 advance reader copies of THE ONES WE CHOOSE! Click here to enter!
Kaitlyn Sage Patterson revealed her pre-order campaign yesterday! Let her give you presents!!
Cass Morris was felled by the flu and thus was totally useless pretty much all week.
Lara Lillibridge recorded her first podcast with Charlene Jones at SoulSciences.net, which will air this Thursday! She also just started writing a story so delicious it is keeping her up at night. It’s a fun distraction from anxiety about the upcoming release.
Kimmery Martin is sick. Very sick. But who cares? This morning her book is covered in The Charlotte Observer, The New York Post, and The New York Times,
See you next week when we CELEBRATE KIMMERY’S RELEASE ON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13TH!