Author Julie Anne Lindsey Tells Us Why She Loves West Virginia

By Julie Anne Lindsey   My deep and abiding love for West Virginia has been a lifetime in the making. The result, no doubt, of countless weekends and vacations spent in the Wild and Wonderful state. I learned everything I needed to know about life during those long and lazy trips, all courtesy of my … Continue reading Author Julie Anne Lindsey Tells Us Why She Loves West Virginia

Author Karen White Talks Mississippi, Coca-Cola And The Ghosts of Charleston

by Karen White   I’m one of those people who believes it’s time to throw on a sweater if the temperature drops below seventy degrees. This might stem from those long car rides each summer from up north down to the Mississippi Delta to visit my mother’s family.  My dad, raised during the Great Depression in … Continue reading Author Karen White Talks Mississippi, Coca-Cola And The Ghosts of Charleston

An Interview with Helen Ellis, Author of Southern Lady Code

  by Rea Frey   Helen Ellis is the type of woman you immediately want as your friend. A sweet, well-mannered southerner who lives in New York, her thick drawl doesn’t hide how smart and sassy she really is. Case in point? When asked about her southern accent, she said it’s her best accessory. “It’s … Continue reading An Interview with Helen Ellis, Author of Southern Lady Code

Author Jenny Hale Explores The Common Culture Of The South

by Jenny Hale   The south is full of stories and people who like to tell them. That’s not to say that those in other locations don’t have stories to tell, but there’s something about living in the south that sparks my creativity and makes a narrative come alive for me. Maybe it’s the fact … Continue reading Author Jenny Hale Explores The Common Culture Of The South