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Fabulous new Southern fiction coming in Spring 2022: THE LOST BOOK OF ELEANOR DARE

Utterly out of my mind excited for and proud of my dear friend, the author Kimberly Brock. Our first novels came out the same year (2012) with the same small publisher. We met at a conference in North Georgia touring for … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Now: “Beach Read” by Emily Henry

Need a Spring Break read? Literally headed to the beach? I picked up Emily Henry’s Beach Read from my local library on a total whim yesterday. The premise—two very different writers (with a shared college past) stuck in neighboring lakehouses, who … Continue reading

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My novel anniversary: Seven years later + a GIVEAWAY

* If you’re looking for information about MountainTop Writers Retreats, click here. And don’t forget the Early Bird Special for our inaugural women’s retreat, Fall MountainTop, runs now through Sept. 30th! Seven years ago today my debut novel was published. … Continue reading

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Interview at Women’s Fiction Writers

Hi, all! Today I’m being interviewed by blogger and author Amy Sue Nathan, over at Women’s Fiction Writers. What a fun experience; Amy asks the best questions! Check it out: http://womensfictionwriters.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/author-katherine-scott-crawford-says-that-womens-fiction-is-simply-darn-good-fiction/.    

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