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  • Goldstein signs 3 book print deal with Kensington Press for the new Sarah Blair mystery series! The first book, One Taste Too Many, will be published in January 2019.
  • Day of the Dark, a July 2017 anthology of eclipse related stories, includes Goldstein’s A Golden Eclipse.
  • Debra H. Goldstein named on the cover of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine for her story of crime & passion – “The Night They Burned Ms. Dixie’s Place” (May/June 2017). It is Goldstein’s first appearance in AHMM.
  • Hadassah recommends Should Have Played Poker as summer read!
  • Debra H. Goldstein profiled in Southern Writers Magazine (July/August 2016 – p. 28)
  • Talk of Alabama interview on May 3rd, 2016
  • 280 Living explains how “Local author draws on experience as judge-attorney for inspiration.”
  • Dru Ann Love (Dru’s Musings) tells why she loved Should Have Played Poker on April 22, 2016
  • Omnimystery News interviews Debra H. Goldstein and excerpts portions of Should Have Played Poker on April 19 and 20, 2016
  • Debra H. Goldstein’s first ever podcast interview was done for Suspense Radio Magazine
  • Kings River Life Magazine reviews and offers giveaway for Should Have Played Poker on April 16, 2016
  • Should Have Played Poker featured as Killer Nashville April 14, 2016 Book of the Day
  • On BK Stevens’ First Two Pages features Debra H. Goldstein discussing opening of Should Have Played Poker: a Carrie Martin and the Mah Jongg Players Mystery (March 2016)
  • Southern Jewish Life Magazine includes article about Debra H. Goldstein and Should Have Played Poker in its April 2016 print and digital editions — pages 47-48
  • Goldstein has eight short stories published in 2015
  • Exotic Wins First Place – Pensters Prose Competition (October 2014)
  • Positive Maturity and B-Metro honor Debra H. Goldstein at Top 50 Over 50 Dinner – July 31, 2014
  • Harlequin Worldwide Mystery selects Maze in Blue as May 2014 Featured Book
  • Who Dat? Dat the Indian Chief! included in Mystery and Horror, LLC’s February 2014 short story anthology, Mardi Gras Murder
  • Early Frost wins Mobile Pensters’ September 2013 Award
  • Goldstein’s work in progress – Should Have Played Poker: a Mah Jongg Murder Mystery – wins 2013 Alabama Writers Conclave First Chapter Award – July 13, 2013
  • “Scout’s Honor: Judge Debra Goldstein Earns Lifetime Achievement Award” – Over The Mountain Journal – March 7, 2013
  • “Meet Judge Debra Goldstein, 2013 Woman of Distinction – Mildred Bell Johnson Awardee” – February, 2013
  • Harlequin purchases Maze in Blue mass market rights – February 2013.
  • Meme’s PlaceIt Was a Dark and Stormy Night (August 2012)
  • Maze in Blue receives 2012 IPPY AWARD (Independent Book Award) – June 1, 2012
  • Best-Sellers Around Town – Little Professor Book Center – Maze in Blue #2 – The Birmingham News -April 1, 2012
  • “A murder in maize – Debut novel by ‘U’ alum is full of spirited surprises” – The Michigan Daily – November 8, 2011
  • Maze in Blue recognized by USA Book News
  • Maze in Blue Again Local Bestseller! – The Birmingham News
  • Debra H. Goldstein appears on Fox 6

  • Maze in Blue Book Signing Supports Breast Cancer Research – Birmingham Business Journal
  • ROBIN DeMONIA: Judge, author, what next for Debra Goldstein? – The Birmingham News – al.com (blog)