PLEASE HELP. I CAN’T STOP SELF-GOOGLING, by Guest Author Robin Brande

In honor of Katie Alender, whose first novel, BAD GIRLS DON’T DIE (which I totally, totally loved!), landed in stores just days ago, I offer you the wisdom of my own experiences and those of my other author friends who shall remain nameless or they will sue me, because we have all spent far more time than we would care to admit being very, very idiotic those first few months…

Saturday, April 25, 2009
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News Flash, December 14

Deb Meredith got a glowing review from Genre Go Round Reviews for Posed for Murder. “POSED FOR MURDER won the St. Martin’s Minotaur/Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition and readers will see why. The plot flows smoothly with a wonderful whodunit and why keeping reader attention… Readers will admire Lydia for her New York City grit and courage as she takes charge of her life although she fears…

Sunday, December 14, 2008
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The Wonderful World of Webkinz by Deb Kristy

What I love about our new Pop Culture topic is that there’s so much material to choose from! So I’ve been paying attention this week. I’ve been scanning the National Enquirer in the Publix check-out line, I’ve pored over People magazine, I’ve eavesdropped on fourteen-year-old girls (btw, I have NO idea what they were talking about). And I’ve found that the pictures of Mariah Carey and Courtney Love and their…

Saturday, May 19, 2007
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Google At Your Own Risk – by Deb Kristy

Google. Love it or hate, most of us use it. And what a lot of people use it for is to look up their own name. The ego-Google can be fun, educational, and at times, even slightly disturbing. Especially when you wonder if anyone you know, or anyone you used to know, is Googling you (because everyone in your past must think about you constantly, right? I mean, surely you…

Saturday, November 4, 2006
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Everything to Fear by Deb Tish

Fear is a delicious topic. Not only is it the focus of my novel, Town House, in which the main character is too riddled with agoraphobia to leave the house, but I have such an assortment of my own fears that encapsulating them in a single blog post seemed nearly impossible. To distract myself from my formidable task, I Googled fear. There’s a fear for just about anything you can…

Tuesday, October 17, 2006
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