Congrats to Jenny Ryan, winner of Nichole Bernier’s The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D!
Congrats to Alyssa Susanna, winner of Gina Rosati’s Auracle prize pack!
From the 2012 Debs…
Deb Joanne is happy to be able to share the full review of SMALL MEDIUM AT LARGE from Quill and Quire, Canada’s national literary magazine. Also, if you’re in the Southern Ontario area, she’ll be signing books at the Burlington Indigo on Brant Street on Sunday, August 26th from 1-4pm. Come out and see her and you might even get a chance to meet Deb Mom Marcia!
Deb Erika has heard that word on the street is that final copies of THE MERMAID COLLECTOR are on their way to her mailbox! Commence window-watching in 5…4…3…
Deb Molly had a great time teaching about plot at The Loft Literary Center last weekend, and is getting ready for this week’s Summer Pizza Party at the fabulous Book Stall at Chestnut Court, where she’ll be reading with fellow YA author T.M. Goeglin!
Deb Linda is beyond excited to find out In a Fix is mentioned (in a good way; not, yannoh, as a dire warning of what not to do or anything) in Library Journal’s recent article, “Hungry for SF: Genre Crossovers Retain Fans and Attract New Readers.” So cool! Linda loves libraries, and can’t seem to stop sighing happily.
Deb Rachel is thrilled that MWF Seeking BFF was voted “Best New Nonfiction Book By A Chicagoan” in The Chicago Reader!
Past Deb News
Deb Elise‘s wonderful POPULAZZI is a super deal right now in Kindle–just $3.68–Wow!!
Have you seen all the different covers of Deb Eleanor‘s international versions of THE WEIRD SISTERS? Check them out here!!
The Decatur Book Festival is right around the corner, August 31-Sept 2, and there are many familiar faces in the list of authors attending! Among them, Deb Guests Meg Cabot, Kendare Blake, Kimberly Brock, Ann Hite and Joshilyn Jackson! Check out the website and read all about this fabulous event!
The Wall Street Journal featured Deb Guest Kathleen Grissom‘s THE KITCHEN HOUSE to discuss it’s break-out success story! Click here to read (and watch!) the segment.
Deb Dish – In honor of Deb Linda’s launch next week for her wonderful debut, IN A FIX–when was the last time you were in a fix? (No aura-adapting required, but certainly encouraged!)
Deb Erika In our house, Deb Erika is always in a fix when it comes time to check out books at the library and Deb Erika’s beloved husband comes to find that yet again his beloved wife has amassed an obscene amount of fines. Like Deb Rachel said, talk about needing an aura adapter!
How about a fix I’m about to be in? My first “author event” is on September 8th at my local Barnes & Noble, and I’m already quaking in my boots. What if I get laryngitis and can’t read? (Hey, it’s not like that hasn’t happened to me before.) What if I mess up while I’m signing, and ruin the book some kind soul has just purchased? What if someone asks me a question and the best answer I can come up with is “Heck if I know!”? Yeah, I think I better get Ciel to fill in for me.
Deb Molly was recently in a fix when she learned (the hard way, of course!) that you don’t vacuum marshmallows.
Deb Rachel I find myself often making the mistake of committing to be in too many places at once, and then scrambling to fit everything in. So I’m constantly in a double-booked fix. I guess I just need to hire Ciel to adopt my aura and… problem solved!