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Debut author Colleen Oakley burst onto the scene a few weeks ago with her novel “Before I Go,” the story of a young newlywed who learns she is dying of cancer and determines to spend the time she has left finding a new wife for her husband. more
In 1945, Theodore Dinsmore and his wife, Imogene, purchased a homestead near the Crabapple junction in what is now the city of Milton. more
As Mother’s Day approaches, readers searching for books with plots that plumb the bond between mothers and daughters won’t be at a loss. more
As wedding-planning season begins, love is definitely in the air. more
Temperatures were falling the evening of Feb. 9, freezing rain was forecast and after-school activities had been canceled across the region. more
Easter is early this year – the last Sunday in March – which means spring break is right around the corner and it’s time to stock up on a stack of page-turners to pack. more
Book lovers and movie fans have long had much in common, and nothing better illustrates the undeniable bond between the two camps than the 2016 Academy Awards. more
The first detail readers should know about the quartet of wordsmiths called The Book Widows is this: None of them are widows, per se. more
Marietta native Amy Lyles’ humorous memoir, “The Amy Binegar-Kimmes-Lyle Book of Failures,” tackles a variety of subjects from divorce to losing your job, to being a step-mom. more
The debut novel from Megan Wargula, a self-proclaimed “dog nerd,” is quite literally a pet project. Not only does “Riley Carson and the Cherokee Caves” revolve around a … more
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Farrah Haidar, left, and Hala Yassine, are two of the seven sisters involved in Seven Sisters Scones in Johns Creek, offering their customers a modern take on a traditional breakfast treat.
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