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The first Milton Literary Festival in downtown Crabapple Nov. 13-14 drew about 120 attendees, which organizers considered a good turnout for an inaugural event. more
Want to know the best books to tuck in with this fall? more
Johns Creek resident Nanette Littlestone wears many hats. In addition to being an author, editor and publisher, she is CEO of Words of Passion, a website designed to help professional women get published. more
Johns Creek debut author Susan Sands grew up in a small Louisiana town where the food was rich and the stories were large. more
Author Susan Jimison’s journey began with a letter. She was just 14 years old when news of her brother’s death reached home through a telegram. more
It’s no surprise to the many devoted fans of Mary Alice Monroe’s novels that her latest trilogy brings to light the plight of a beloved species. 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 the Alpharetta Library prepares to move out of its quirky little building at the corner of Mayfield and Canton, and into its glamorous new digs downtown, longtime volunteer Linda Statham has mixed feelings. more
Sometimes, I like to have a glass of wine while I peruse the next Sunday school lesson I’m going to teach,” said Marietta author Sally Kilpatrick. more
In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in fine teas in America, but certified tea specialist and author Lisa Boalt Richardson of Milton says she was into tea when tea wasn’t cool. more
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