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Will the Great Reviews ever end for the Debs?! Let’s hope not! Debutante Tish Cohen’s TOWN HOUSE was reviewed by Kirkus this week, who had this to say: “A constellation of characters whose idiosyncrasies make the family of Little Miss Sunshine look like Ozzie and Harriet.” Folks, if Kirkus likes it, you’re gonna love it! Debs on Lists! Deb Mia King’s Good Things is #38 on the Barnes & Noble General…

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My Side of the Bed by Deb Kristy

I can’t do it. Everyone else’s posts have been so eloquent, so persuasive and passionate in their offerings, and I find myself reaching, futilely, for something that hasn’t been said, some book that will prove my devotion to the form, or at least to a specific writer or genre. But I cast back over the books I read in 2006 and cannot remember them properly, only fleeting impressions remain. I…

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So Many Books by Deb Tish

Apparently I’m a book skank. I loved so many books in 2006 I cannot bring myself to choose a favorite. The sad thing is, I could have loved so many more, had I made the time.  So, in lieu of flogging one true love, we’re going to hold a “So Many Books” award ceremony for my most beloved nightstand darlings. These books may or may not have been published in 2006, my self-centered…

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News Flash

We Have a Winnah! The Debutantes are pleased to announce that Judy from Tifton, Georgia is the winner of our second contest! Judy will receive a fabulous postcard from each Deb, which will no doubt enliven and enrich her life, as well as an exciting mystery goody bag from Deb Kristy in Florida! Congratulations, Judy! If you’re terribly jealous of Judy’s great luck, then head over to the Contest page…

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Debutantes and Dromedaries by Deb Kristy

Going off-topic this week for a worthy cause. I recently had the pleasure of reading an advance reading copy of The Camel Bookmobile by Masha Hamilton. The ARC came along with some information on the real-life Kenya’s Mobile Library program, and I grew fascinated and did a little more research. After I read all I could online, I resolved to donate some books to this extraordinary program. Then, completely coincidentally,…

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