Tag Archives: summer reading

What I’m reading now: House of Trelawney by Hannah Rothschild

I admit, I reached for this book because of its pretty, impish cover, which reminded me of my favorite adult coloring books. And the fact that I’ll read anything about a house. Wow, was there more. Here’s my brief take: … Continue reading

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Keowee Valley only 99 cents now through July 31st

Looking for a historical adventure to dive into this summer? Set in the gorgeous, wild, and dangerous Carolina backcountry in the years leading up to the American Revolution? Starring an audacious woman bound and determined to pilot her own life, … Continue reading

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Summer reading recommendation: “The Summer Set” by Aimee Agresti

I picked up The Summer Set by Aimee Agresti (Graydon House Books, 2020) on a whim, not knowing a thing about the author. The gorgeous cover–all summer night and twinkle lights–and the copy on the back cover, promising a cast … Continue reading

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New column: “Why we should read books over again”

My column this week in The Greenville News is (shocker) all about books. Old books, new books, any book you like. And about why I think you should read them all over again. Trust me. To read, click here.

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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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