News Flash!

Serdechnye pozdravleniya! Double Debs Take Over Russia: Debs Anna David (Party Girl) and Eileen Cook (In The Stars) just sold Russian rights! Really Good Review Things! Booklist calls Deb Mia King’s Good Things “A fresh and thoroughly enjoyable story as enticing as the delectable recipes at the end of the book.” Update! As mentioned in a prior News Flash, due to early big buzz, Deb Eileen’s In The Stars publication date…

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Some like it bald by Debutante Jennifer

I’m with Debutante Anna: I was dreading this topic because I don’t feel one way or another about bald men.  There are certainly bald men (or fictional characters anyway) I love:  Gordon from Sesame Street Mr. Clean Captain Picard Keith from Six Feet Under Lex Luthor (in most incarnations, including the portrayal by alleged natural baldy, Kevin Spacey, see below) Charlie Brown Kojak Conrad from Weeds Then there are the…

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The Astonishing Lure of Monsieur Boisvert by Deb Tish

I had no idea what to write about today, since, like Anna, I don’t spend much time pondering men’s receding hairlines. Then my 14-year-old son came home and asked for help with his French project. He had to summarize a black-and-white-illustrated lesson book and needed help translating into English. Here’s the story. Two baby-faced French-Canadian boys, Paul and André, travel to Europe, buy Eurailpasses and wind up in France. André loses his passport…

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The Bald and the Beautiful By Debutante Anna

Okay, I’ll come right out and confess it: balding men is a topic I’ve been dreading. Not because I have deep, painful issues relating to men devoid of hair but because I don’t. I don’t have a bald men fetish, nor do I think hairlessness on one’s scalp makes one undesirable. You’re never going to hear my claim that Bruce Willis really does it for me or that Patrick Stewart…

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Writing, Hypocrisy, and the Art of the Tag by Deb Kristy

I interrupt our usual Sunday programming (um, there usually IS no Sunday program, but you know what I mean) to bring you an extra special surprise post of great importance, wisdom, and wit. First, I read something so fabulous I had to share, and then I got tagged by the talented JT Ellison, and, well, I break out in hives if I don’t do what I’m told, so, without further…

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Enjoying the Ride by Deb Eileen

When I was 9 I couldn’t wait to be 10 because then I would be double digits which as anyone would tell you is far better than single digits. When I was 10 I wanted to be 13 because then I would be a “real” teenager and thus party to all the fun that Seventeen magazine promised me: boys, lipgloss and the much hoped for arrival of boobs. When I…

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News Flash!

Cyber Debs! Tish Cohen’s new website is LIVE! Do foxtrot on over! Let’s go to the movies! We’re getting in line to see Town House, because Deb Tish reports that the screenplay, written by Doug Wright, is in, Fox and Scott Free Productions are happy with it, and they are now searching for a director! Support The Arts! Cover art that is, check out Anna David’s brand-spankin’ new cover for…

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House Arrest by Deb Tish

I’m posting off-topic. Mostly because the whole growing up thing seems to have skipped me. I think I should probably be arrested. And you can’t arrest me without arresting my husband, because he’s every bit as guilty. We have this twisted little obsession. We’re in love with a house nearby and every evening, now matter which way we head; we bend our power walk in the direction of this place…

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