Kristy Woodson Harvey Luncheon
POSTPONED due to coronovirus precautions. To be rescheduled.
Join us for a very special event with bestselling author Kristy Woodson Harvey! She will speak about her latest novel Feels Like Falling at a luncheon at F. M. Don's. Ticket information will be released soon.
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From "the next major voice in Southern fiction" (says Elin Hilderbrand) and the bestselling author of the Peachtree Bluff series comes an odd-couple tale of friendship that asks just how much our past choices define our happiness.
In her warmest, wisest novel yet, Kristy Woodson Harvey delivers a discerning portrait of modern womanhood through two vastly different lenses. Feels Like Falling is a beach bag essential for Harvey fans--and for a new generation of readers.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kristy Woodson Harvey is the bestselling author of six novels, including The Southern Side of Paradise and Slightly South of Simple. A Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's school of journalism, her writing has appeared in numerous online and print publications including Southern Living, Traditional Home, USA TODAY, Domino, and O. Henry Magazine. Kristy is the winner of the Lucy Bramlette Patterson Award for Excellence in Creative Writing and a finalist for the Southern Book Prize. Her work has been optioned for film, and her books have received numerous accolades including Southern Living's Most Anticipated Beach Reads, Parade's Big Fiction Reads, and Entertainment Weekly's Spring Reading Picks. She blogs with her mom Beth Woodson on Design Chic, and loves connecting with fans on KristyWoodsonHarvey.com. She lives on the North Carolina coast with her husband and son where she is working on her next novel.
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