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Books of My Life by MARY KAY ANDREWS

MKAphotoAs many of you may know, I was once upon a time an aspiring romance novelist. I joined the Georgia chapter of RWA (Romance Writers of America) and attended their monthly meetings. The first person I met was Patti Callahan Henry, who became a friend. She in turn introduced me to her friend Kathy, who at the time was making the jump from mystery writer to woman’s fiction, writing under the pen name, Mary Kay Andrews. I was immediately intimidated. She was a journalist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the author of ten novels – many of them nominated for national awards. I had cocktails with her at one conference and found myself enthralled with her newspaper stories and some industry gossip she shared. Then I moved to Maryland…I think it would have been fun to spend more time with her. She is delightful! Continue reading Books of My Life by MARY KAY ANDREWS

CLP Book Review: Save the Date by Mary Kay Andrews


Cara Kryzik is a newly divorced florist living in Savannah who’s trying to rebuild her life – and her business.  Being a Yankee, she’s had a tough time winning over the old guard of Savanah society, but her creative flair, hard work and charming personality finally start to win her customers and friends.  Cara meets Jack Finnerty, a Savannah native, at a wedding she’s working and sparks fly.  Things are looking good until a nemesis florist begins making trouble – and it goes way beyond professional jealousy.  You can read the rest of the review at Chick Lit Plus and you’ll have a chance to win a copy of the book!