New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Welcome, Readers!

I greatly appreciate your interest in my work, and I love hearing from you. It's hard to believe we've shared FOUR novels together. What a fabulous journey it has been!

Soon, I’ll tell you BIG news about my new release (coming summer 2019). In the meantime, you still have time to read Into the Free, When Mountains Move, The Feathered Bone, and Perennials, as well as Second Bloom and Southern Writers on Writing.

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Did you know: PERENNIALS hit shelves November 2017, and I've been absolutely thrilled by the positive responses:

REAL SIMPLE Magazine – Best Books to Read in November
Southern Living Magazine – Books We Can’t Wait to Read This Fall
Redbook Magazine – Best Fall Reads
USA TODAY Happy Ever After – Best First-Love Story

Baton Rouge Parents Magazine – November Pick
Mississippi Christian Living Magazine – November Pick

Southern Literary Review – December Book of the Month
RT Reviews – Top Pick
Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance – Okra Pick

Pulpwood Queen International Bookclub Selection

Mississippi Reads Bestseller

Lit Hub – Most Buzzed About Books of Fall 2017

Hotty Toddy – Most Notable Books of 2017


PERENNIALS  

NOVEMBER 2017

When two estranged sisters reunite for their parents’ 50th anniversary, they discover unexpected lessons of hope and healing amid the flowers of their mother’s perennial garden.

A stark exploration of the idea that home might not be the place it seems, Perennials is the perfect literary escape to cozy up with this fall.
— REDBOOK Magazine (20 Books by Women You Have to Read This Fall)
When Lovey is enlisted to help her father create a memory garden for her parents’ 50th anniversary, she learns about herself, her roots, her mother’s perennial garden, and the importance of family bonds that can never be broken.
— SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE (Books Coming Out in the Fall That We Can't Wait to Read)