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Author Ann Hite at Asheville’s Malaprop’s Bookstore

Hi, all. I’m back from a wonderful and much-needed beach vacation with my family, including my sister, brother-in-law, and my brand-new nephew, quite possibly the cutest baby boy on the planet. Though a vacation with babies and a 4 year-old … Continue reading

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An Interview with Ann Hite, Author of Ghost on Black Mountain

Check out this fantastic interview on Blog Talk Radio with Ann Hite, the author of Ghost on Black Mountain. I’d heard all about Ann’s book before I met her recently at the Dahlonega Literary Festival. Ghost on Black Mountain is set in nearby Black … Continue reading

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Recap from the Dahlonega Literary Festival

Back in the saddle after a great, booky weekend down in Dahlonega, Georgia, at the 2012 Dahlonega Literary Festival. Books and authors and mountains, oh my! A good time was most certainly had by all–despite being up all night in … Continue reading

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Down to Dahlonega

I’m thrilled to be headed down to the Dahlonega Literary Festival in lovely Dahlonega, Georgia. Tomorrow, I’ll run a booth for Keowee Valley, and will speak at 2 p.m. as part of a panel of Appalachian writers in a session … Continue reading

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