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Annual Birchwood Book & Author Fair on Sunday, August 9th

I’m delighted to once again be a part of the Annual Birchwood Book & Author Fair, held this coming Sunday, August 9th from 2 – 5 p.m. in Pickens, South Carolina. Sponsored by the Birchwood Center for Arts and Folklife, … Continue reading

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All the Hoopla about “Go Set a Watchman”

There’s been quite a bit of hoopla surrounding the release of Harper Lee’s newly discovered first novel, Go Set a Watchman. Folks are up in arms about how she has her characters talk about race, women, drinking–and the fact that … Continue reading

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Headed to Flat Rock for the 7th Annual Blue Ridge Bookfest

I’m headed to Flat Rock, N.C. for the 7th Annual Blue Ridge Bookfest, held today and tomorrow (April 24-25) on the campus of Blue Ridge Community College. I’m thrilled to be presenting along with such fabulous authors–many of them NYT … Continue reading

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New Review of Keowee Valley + Upcoming Events

There’s a new review of my debut historical novel, Keowee Valley, in BlueRidgeNow–the online version of the Hendersonville Times-News. Though the novel was published in 2012, I’m excited that people are still writing and talking about it! Especially regionally and … Continue reading

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New Event: 7th Annual Blue Ridge Bookfest, April 24 – 25th

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be one of the Author Presenters at the 7th Annual Blue Ridge Bookfest, April 24 – 25 in Flat Rock, North Carolina on the campus of Blue Ridge Community College. I’m thrilled to be … Continue reading

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Keowee Valley Anniversary & Giveaway

Two years ago in September, my debut historical novel, Keowee Valley, was published by the lovely and fabulous folks at Bell Bridge Books. The whole thing–researching and writing the novel, acquiring a literary agent, and finally selling the book to a traditional publisher–had … Continue reading

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Birchwood Book and Author Fair Tomorrow in Pickens, SC

Looking forward to the Birchwood Book and Author Fair tomorrow! If you’re in the area, I do hope you’ll drop by. Pickens, South Carolina is a great town nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The fair will be full … Continue reading

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A Southern Summer Reading List

Looking for a few good books to read this summer? Just wanted to share a new board I’ve posted on Pinterest while the baby was sleeping. Called Doggone Good Southern Books, it’s a list of many of the books–novels, biographies, memoirs, nature books, … Continue reading

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Ron Rash on Keowee Valley

Recently, I was honored to have author Ron Rash read KEOWEE VALLEY. Here’s what he had to say:  “Katherine Scott Crawford has merged history and drama in this compelling story of one woman’s boldness and courage. Crawford is a fresh and … Continue reading

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