Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Deb and Beth discuss the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich

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So...Who’s Deb?

Deb is a born and raised Midwestern gal. She married her college sweetheart and bred three children with him. She works full time as a mom, drug rep, co-business owner and church & school volunteer. She loves to drink coffee, Sweet Tea from Sonic, and Vodka. (And not necessarily in that order…) She enjoys cooking, thinking about re-decorating her house and bargain shopping. She chronicles these adventures at her blog,  "It Is What It Is,”(

And...Who’s Beth?

Beth is a former Midwestern girl who now resides on the East coast.  Married, with one child, she works part-time in a bookstore (of course!) and volunteers as little as she can get away with at her daughter's school.  She loves decorating shows, decorating magazines, decorating blogs, and decorating her house.  Obsessed with being "green", Beth is a rabid recycler and health nut, at least until someone offers her Doritos.  Her Green Tips, decorating disasters, and life in general are posted on her blog, "Eye of the Beholder," (


  1. Hey Deb and Beth! Got to liste,n finally, and really enjoyed it. First I just enjoyed listening to your voices (I don't hear Beth's enough!). I also enjoyed listening to the discussion about Janet/Stephanie. I almost felt like I was listening to one of the many discussions Beth and I have had about these books. However, Deb provided a bit more depth than I do. I liked hearing how Beth is going backwards in the books--I hadn't realized how MUCH has been missing in these last few books. Anyway, good for you and Deb! In addition to books that become movies, it might be interesting to take that to kids' books that have become movies. Just a a mom I also have read so many kids books that have become movies, and would like to listen to your take on that. My son and I had a wonderful discussion about "The Lightning Thief" after seeing the movie.

  2. P.S. I just posted your link to my FB for my friends to check out. :)

  3. I just listened. JE was at the Borders in Plymouth, MI around 9/16 (don't quote me) at 6 PM. I showed up at 6:15. There were 700 people in line. They told me it would be 4 hours. I can't do 4 hrs on a school night & drive an hr home. I can't believe 700 people showed up for Wicked Appetite. It was fun but no Stephanie or any sex. I got it for $15.


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