Our Southern Sound Playlist from the Georgia Boys of Summer get in the mood for days spent in the sun.
Remembering Maya Angelou, To Kill A Mockingbird gets the axe in England, ultimate summertime reads, Mary Kay Andrews "Save the Date" launch party in Atlanta this weekend and new fiction in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!
As soon as the velveteen curtains closed at the front of the stage, Francine Fontaine quickly grabbed up her discarded garments and escaped into the wings to get out of the way for the next dancer. On her way to the shared dressing room, she passed the toothless old doorman
Earlier this month, the Belles on Wheels tour of Gallery Books' indie romance authors rolled through the South, starting in Atlanta and concluding in Greenwood, Mississippi, on May 13. In Greenwood, the belles descended upon TurnRow Books for readings and signings at one of the South's best independent bookstores. See pics below, and read a recap from blogger Tamara Welch, who was in attendance, here. Belles on Wheels bus rolls through downtown Greenwood A crowd gathers at TurnRow to see the belles Belles, from left, Lauren Billings and Christina Hobbs (of Christina Lauren), Kresley Cole and Alice Clayton The belles, from left, Alice Clayton, Emma Chase, Jennifer Probst, Lisa Renee Jones, Kyra Davis, Kresley Cole, Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings, with Jamie Kornegay of TurnRow Books up front
Our upcoming Twitter chat schedule, books about family vacations gone awry, big Pat Conroy news & books to film in Literary News, plus summer booksigning dates and a short story and poem about mothers in Southern Voice. Happy Literary Friday!