It’s very common for Deborah to receive emails asking a lot of questions that readers share. To make it easier for readers, here is a list of some recurring questions, along with their helpful answers.
Q: What’s the scoop on release dates for VERSUS and THIRST?
A: THIRST will be available in 2018 and VERSUS in early 2019.
Q: Will Kate Wesley from WISH and LACE have a book?
A: COMPASS is the name of Kate’s book! It’s a second chance romance. Her ex love, Gage, walks into her bridal shop and everything changes for Kate. COMPASS releases in 2019.
Q: Is there a reading order and if so, what is it?
A: Please visit the Reading Order page here.
Q: So many characters, so little time! How is everyone related and intertwined?
A: Please refer to the Character Map for more information.
Q: I signed up for the newsletter/ mailing list but I’m not receiving anything.
A: Try checking your spam/junk folder. Sometimes, these mass emails can be flagged as spam.
Q: How do I receive an ARC?
A: Currently, Deborah’s ARC team is full, but watch for announcements of ARC giveaways here on our website and also on Facebook and Instagram.
Q: How do I receive the free novellas for OBSESSED, RUIN, PULSE, VAIN and EMBER?
A: The free novellas can be viewed at these links:
Q: I can’t download the free novellas onto my kindle or kindle app, can you help?
A: Yes. You will find detailed directions for downloading the novellas here.
Q: Are you planning on releasing audio books?
A: Yes. Many of the audio books for my series and standalone novels/novellas are now available on Amazon and Audible. Please visit Audible here, where you can view each book’s listing and order audio books. (If you are a new member of Audible, you will receive one free audio book just for signing up!)
Q: Do you plan on doing pre-orders?
A: Yes! To be the first to receive pre-order links when they become available, please join my newsletter here. Pre-orders will be available for Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and iBooks.
Q: Do you have any advice for writers?
A: Keep writing and don’t ever give up on your dreams. Ever.
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