Texas author Julia Heaberlin prepares for the release of her new hardback thriller 'Black-Eyed Susans.'
'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society' author's new novel examines how we view history through a charming cast of characters and plot that hinges around the Federal Writers Project.
As the world of fiction and fantasy awaits the publication of Billy Coffey's fifth novel, the Virginia native talks about small-town life, witches and the difference between a good and a great book.
In her debut novel, Kristy Woodson Harvey tells the stories of two polar opposite Southern women, connected by one of the strongest bonds there is: motherhood.
Chris Cander’s new novel offers readers a telling portrait of life in a small Southern mining town.
The Mississippi native and debut novelist talks about what it means to tell a Southern tale in 'Three Rivers.'
'The History of Us' author sets her summer read on an isolated Tennessee mountaintop brimming with secrets.
How the Edgar Award-winning author creates suspense in her third novel set on a Kentucky lavender farm.
The beach read queen travels to the Florida Gulf Coast in her latest novel.
The bestselling author talks about the enduring beauty of Carson McCullers’ classic novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, the light and heat in Southern writing and the power of great literature.