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To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month, this issue of Northside Woman contains stories of local women who bravely faced cancer and now count themselves as survivors. In honor of their courage, She Reads is recommending books that celebrate the female fighting spirit... more
When Janet Sweet moved into Crooked Creek, a 650-home neighborhood in Milton, she mentioned to her realtor that she would be looking for a book club... more
Purdy the cat lifts her head lazily as the bell rings above the door of Blue Bicycle Books in downtown Charleston. After inspecting the new customer for a short while, Purdy’s green eyes slide closed again as she stretches luxuriously in her favorite napping spot—the lowest shelf of the sunny display window facing King Street. Purdy feels right at home with the 50,000 books on Blue Bicycle’s shelves, many of which, like her, are a bit worn with age but well-loved nonetheless... more
Local authors Leslie McKinney and Cathy Horvath release new books... more
Wendy Wax sat down to write her first book while staying at home with a toddler and a newborn baby. The former broadcaster felt she needed to do something to prevent her brain from getting “mushy"... more
Karen White's daughter arrived home from college bearing loads of laundry. Her son is graduating from high school later in the week. Work is being done on the house and construction crews come and go. The dog is digging in the trash can. Again. Welcome to a typical day in the life of this Milton, Ga., mom who also happens to be a New York Times bestselling author... more
Searching for the perfect book to tuck into your beach bag this summer? Something fun and flirty, but not too shallow? Grab a group of fellow book lovers and head to FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock this month to meet many of your favorite authors who have penned a compelling collection of new women’s fiction novels just in time for summer... more
Mary E. Kingsley, an avid reader and writer since childhood, helped organize a book club in The Falls of Autry Mill in 1995, soon after she and her husband Ted moved into the neighborhood. Seventeen years later, the group is still going strong and Kingsley, who has since moved to Washington D.C., traveled back to Georgia this spring to present her first published novel to her longtime friends... more
Even though “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins was generating a lot of buzz, Diane McNamee hesitated before suggesting the novel to her book club in the Nettlebrook Farms neighborhood in Milton... more
In a back room of the Manchester Court clubhouse, the “Bookies” engage in some fast-paced trading. Of opinions that is, on their favorite books... more
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