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Presenting Debutante Emily Winslow and
The Whole World

Presenting Debutante Emily Winslow and
The Whole World

With a BFA in acting from Carnegie Mellon University’s elite drama conservatory, and an MA from Seton Hall University’s Museum Professions program, Emily Winslow adds novelist to her professional background when her literary mystery, The Whole World, debuts tomorrow May 25, 2010. And the title of novelist may be the most personally rewarding for this member of The Debutant Ball (Class of 2010 ) who moved to Cambridge, England three years ago. Although her husband grew up in the city,…

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Before, During and After…

Before, During and After…

Here are a few terrific examples of what could happen in a writers’ life before, during and after publication. As a debut-author-in-waiting, complete with white gloves and pearls, you discover that The Debutante Ball is looking for debut authors for the class of 2010! Knowing how much coming out and dancing every week at the Ball would mean — both in emotional support and publicity –, you read From the Debutante Ball — Class of 2009 and fill out the…

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Presenting Debutante Tish Cohen with Town House

Presenting Debutante Tish Cohen with Town House

Advance Praise for Town House “An agoraphobe fights to save his house, his son and his sanity in Cohen’s comic, big screen–ready debut. ” — Publisher’s Weekly
 “A constellation of characters whose idiosyncrasies make the family of Little Miss Sunshine look like Ozzie and Harriet.” —Kirkus review “For someone who can’t leave the house, Jack Madigan is a heck of a guy. Town House is everything you could ask for in a novel: touching, wry, bewitching, eccentric, and riveting to…

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