From the 2013 Debs…
Deb Kerry had an awesome launch week and would like to thank everybody for their support and help with that.
Deb Dana will be signing books at the Barnes & Noble in Willow Grove, PA next Saturday, February 9! Stop by to get your copy — or just to say hello! (Also? She can’t believe her book comes out in TWO DAYS!)
Deb Susan is about to deliver the second Shinobi Mystery (tentatively titled BLADE OF THE SAMURAI) to her publisher, for publication in July 2014!
Past Deb News
Founder Deb Mia King just released her second novel written as Darien Gee. The Avalon Ladies Scrapbooking Society published on January 29, 2013. it’s received lovely praise from Publisher’s Weekly (“A three-hanky nod to It’s a Wonderful Life …. A surefire book club hit.”) and Booklist (“Funny, moving.”). It’s also received great blurbs from fellow authors like Luanne Rice, Debbie Macomber, Sarah Jio, Jane Green and Beth Hoffman and has already racked up great reviews on Goodreads and Amazon.
Deb Erika Marks is a featured author at the Big Book Club Getaway in Connecticut this weekend. If you’re heading that way, be sure to say hello.
Congratulations are also due to Deb Linda Grimes, who’s finishing copy edits on QUICK FIX, the sequel to her debut novel IN A FIX – and who also just learned that audiobook rights to both books recently sold to Recorded Books. Coming soon to a radio or iPod near you!
Deb Dish – In honor of Deb Dana’s release week, share your favorite “dish” about THE GIRLS’ GUIDE TO LOVE AND SUPPER CLUBS!
Deb Amy: I enjoyed the book so much–but since I’m from Philadelphia, I just loved when Hannah did a tribute to Philly for one of her secret supper club nights!
Deb Dana: I had a lot of fun visiting the places mentioned in the book. I was living in DC when I wrote it, so I loved being able to hop on the Metro and visit places like the Museum of American History…y’know, for research purposes :).
Deb Kerry: I loved the voice of this book, and I loved the way Hannah grew and changed throughout the course of the story.
Deb Susan: I loved the way Hannah (Deb Dana’s protagonist) connects her food to memories. It drew me into the story and also brought back some favorite foodie memories of my own.
Your Turn!! Do you consider yourself a foodie? What’s your favorite treat to eat?