NEWSFLASH! Free Edit Giveaways During Launch Week Aug 25-29

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Dear Readers…

I encourage writers to celebrate their writing milestones. Today my new book Writing New Adult Fiction releases and I’m celebrating with a week of daily “Partial Edit” giveaways and a grand finale “Full Manuscript Edit” giveaway starting Monday. I’ll also share tips for crafting riveting New Adult Fiction, some of the sidebar wisdoms contributed to the book by bestselling NA authors, editors, agents, and cover designers, and other fun stuff like that. Join me for this 5-day virtual book launch August 25-29. And if you’re free, stop by #NAlitchat tonight on Twitter 9pmEST to talk all things NA.

Party time!
The Editor

Writing New Adult Fiction

Foreword by Sylvia Day

“For the writer who wants to become a new adult author, or the new adult author who seeks to enrich her craftsmanship and stand out from the herd.”Tammara Webber, New York Times best-selling author of Easy and Breakable

WritingNewAdultFictionA guide for writers of New Adult fiction, featuring essential information and techniques for creating engaging stories featuring 18- to 25-year-old protagonists against the backdrop of the new adult experience. Includes advice on self-publishing in the NA marketplace and self-marketing. Find insights from best-selling NA authors as well as editors and agents.


  1. I just got the book! It’s sitting on my desk and I’m going to start it tomorrow. Can’t wait to read it. Hope I can make it to the #NALit chat, but may still be seeing #IfIStay

    • Oh yay! Got my fingers crossed that you’ll find the book helpful. I sure tried my darnedest to make it so. As for #NALitChat, I can accept back seat to book-turned-movie. 🙂 I just saw The Fault In Our Stars movie on Friday and happily bawled my eyes out – so glad I was in a hotel room and not in a theater. I would’ve been short tissues, big time.

  2. I bought your book at Barnes and Noble on Monday and I love it! Now the pages are covered with my highlighting and side notes which means, of course, I now have to go back and revise my manuscript. Perfect timing, though. I was half way through my second draft. Now I now really now how to go back and make it better! Thank you, Deborah!

    • HIghlighting and side notes? Now there’s my warm fuzzy for the day! So glad to know there are some helpful things in those pages for you. Happy revising!

  3. I’m so excited to add this book to my writing craft bookshelf…right next to your book, Writing Young Adult Fiction! Congratulations, although I think we writers are the real winners. 😉

    I can’t make the chat tonight (we have visitors) but I look forward to the book launch week!

    • Visitors? Sounds like you’ve got a party of your own brewing, T. Raise a glass and nod in the direction of San Diego and you’ll be officially excused. 🙂

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