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Autumn is a delightful season for book lovers. Not only do author-based events abound, including the upcoming Milton Literary Festival (see related story on page 15), fall is also when winners of … more
When Julia McDermott was growing up in Tucker, she fancied becoming a writer. It would prove a patient, and prophetic childhood dream. more
It’s been 47 years since Woodstock, and no better statistic sums up how far we’ve come from the hippie dippie days of yore than this: About 10,000 baby boomers are retiring. 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
Book lovers rejoice – Little Free Libraries have been catching on in North Fulton neighborhoods. more
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
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
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
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
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
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