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Book tours for New York Times bestselling authors tend to be bustling affairs, and a whirlwind of appearances certainly heralded the release of “Flight Patterns,” the 20th novel by … more
Roswell writer Marilyn Baron, whose 11th title with The Wild Rose Press, “Stumble Stones,” will be released Aug. 19, considers it her most serious work yet. And, since she has 19 published works, that’s saying something. more
Three years ago, Barbi Callahan Burris of Milton received an email from Facebook saying she had a friend request from Catherine Janelle Barbee. She didn't recognize the name, but her heart still skipped a beat... more
Paris is a city for lovers. Not just those romantic couples slowly strolling along the banks of the Seine, but also lovers of art, music, history, literature and architecture. In honor of Valentine’s Day this month, She Reads is whisking you away to the City of Light... more
“…For never was a story of more woe / than this of Juliet & her Romeo.” With these lines, the actors at Atlanta’s New American Shakespeare Tavern ended their performance of William Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy “Romeo and Juliet.” Joining in the applause were seven members of the Riverview Book Club who carpooled from Roswell to Atlanta to enjoy dinner and a play in honor of their most recent book club selection, “Juliet"... more
Great friendships often form during the college years, but it’s not always easy to maintain close connections after graduation. For one group of women who met at Converse College in Spartanburg, S.C. in the early 1980s, their career paths led to different parts of the country and the world... more
Six area authors are offering up six sweet or, depending on the ingredients, savory gifts just in time for Thanksgiving: An anthology of short stories shaped by – and ending with – … more
When Julia McDermott was growing up in Tucker, she fancied becoming a writer. It would prove a patient, and prophetic childhood dream. more
Love was in the air of Telfair Square in Savannah over Valentine’s weekend in February as over 10,000 book devotees gathered to share their love of reading with an impressive line-up of bestselling authors at the annual Savannah Book Festival... more
Looking for a good book to give as a holiday gift this year? The Georgia Center for the Book (GCB) has taken some of the guesswork out of your search by providing a list entitled “Books All Georgians Should Read.” A joint project... more
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