Ep. 47: Heather Bell Adams, Author of Maranatha Road

This week, I’m sharing a conversation with Heather Bell Adams, author of Maranatha Road and a forthcoming novel, The Good Luck Stone (coming July 2020).

Southern Literary Review calls Maranatha Road “[A]n exquisite story with characters so real they could step off the pages into your living room” and says Sadie Caswell is “reminiscent of Olive Kitteridge, the titular character that earned a Pulitzer for Elizabeth Strout. The portrait Adams draws of Sadie is just as fine and unforgettable.” This is a novel to slow down and savor.

 

maranatha

 

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Books Mentioned On This Episode:

maranatha
Maranatha Road
goodluckstone
The Good Luck Stone
aoogcover
Anne of Green Gables
emilyofnewmoon
Emily of New Moon
egyptgame
The Egypt Game

 

Bloodroot
Blood Root
long man
Long Man
perennials
Perennials
winterloon
Winter Loon
dearlybeloved
The Dearly Beloved
bookoflongings
The Book of Longings

To find out more about Heather Bell Adams visit her website heatherbelladams.com.

 

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Happy Reading and Listening!

Laura Szaro Kopinski

ABookishHome.com

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