News Flash: Launch parties, first drafts, & a contest!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Congratulations to Ellie Berger, winner of EVERY TIME I THINK OF YOU by guest author Tracey Garvis Graves! Check back next Sunday for the winner of the signed copy of LEAVING TIME, by this week’s guest author Jodi Picoult …   From the 2015 Debs… Colleen Oakley is in the throes of planning her launch party in January. There will be food! Booze! Male exotic dancers! (OK, no dancers, but it’s…

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From Writer to Author, a Tale of Springing Forward (Complete with KERSPLAT)

Friday, March 14, 2014

Gotta be honest here: I’m exhausted! I’ve got a day-job situation (no surprise), and I’m sitting here on break during a week-long training session (painful), and … oh my god … I so painfully want to sleep. The need is an ache deep inside my eyeballs that’s telling them to close. Last week I wrote about attending the Wordcrafters retreat and conference. I was sleep-deprived as I began this week. I…

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How Should Deb Eleanor Spend Her Publication Day?

Publication day for The Weird Sisters is finally here! This has been such a long time coming and there have been so many steps to the process, it’s only just starting to feel real.  I can’t even begin to count my blessings.  The Weird Sisters has been: named one of Amazon’s Best Books of the Month for January named one of Barnes & Noble’s Best Books of the Month for…

Thursday, January 20, 2011
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News Flash, March 15

Deb Meredith will be at Maracuja in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (279 Grand Street, between Roebling and Havemayer) doing a reading/fundraiser for Friends of the Williamsburgh Library tonight at 5 PM. Meredith is excited about her review in Mystery Scene magazine which called Posed for Murder a “solid debut” with “a fascinating premise”. And she also liked her review at http://www.frontstreetreviews.com/ which says I “could become a force to be reckoned with…

Sunday, March 15, 2009
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When They GET It – Off-Topic by Deb Kristy

I gave a talk at Miami Dade College on Friday. There were two groups of students there, English students and math students, and let me tell you, college students are a tough audience. For one thing, they have their bored look so down. I haven’t been able to arrange my face in that position for years, though I’m quite sure I was a real pro at it when I was…

Saturday, April 7, 2007
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