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Andrea's Bobotis's debut novel 'The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt' is a family history in the form of an inventory of objects and the stories that accompany them.

The Appalachian author talks about apple farming, the tribalism of his native region and skipping nap time in grade school to read books instead.

The 'Dear Wife' author talks about the real-life person who inspired her new novel and how she pulled off a plot twist worthy of Gillian Flynn.

Author Deb Spera on the female inspirations behind her debut novel 'Call Your Daughter Home' and the Southern writers who influenced her.

Lauren K. Denton talks about using gardening as a metaphor for life in her latest novel 'Glory Road.'

A series that started with 'The Gates of Evangeline' set in a Louisiana bayou town has now wrapped up with a third novel set on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Award-winning author and teacher Kate DiCamillo answered five questions about her new book, 'Louisiana's Way Home,' a heartfelt story about a young girl faced with tough decisions and new situations in her pursuit of the truth.

In 'Waiting For You at Midnight,' New Orleans author Vicki Salloum paints a portrait of a widowed woman grieving her husband while also searching for someone to take his place. 

Author Patti Callahan Henry explores one of the 20th century's great romances in her new book 'Becoming Mrs. Lewis.'

We talk to North Carolina author Diane Chamberlain about why 'The Dream Daughter' is different from anything she's written before and how she pushes the boundaries of faith and science in what might be her best novel yet.