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Travel along with Chicago Tribune journalist Marja Mills as she embarks on a friendship with one of the South’s foremost literary icons Harper Lee and her sister Alice Lee in this month’s Sip & Flip selection, The Mockingbird Next Door.
This month, we’re diving into summer with our first beach read of the season, The Stories We Tell by Patti Callahan Henry. Set in Savannah, the latest novel from the Birmingham writer centers on Eve and Cooper Morrison, whose 21-year marriage may not be the fairy tale it seems.
Frances Mayes had us swooning for the Italian countryside in her memoir Under the Tuscan Sun. Now, she’s taking the setting a little closer to home with Under Magnolia. Released earlier this week, the story weaves together a Southern childhood full of mischief, hilarious anecdotes, and the sights and sounds of the Deep South. You better believe we devoured every page […]
This month, our book club is dishing on Ruby: a Novel, the debut from Texas-native Cynthia Bond. After living in New York City, Ruby Bell returns to her hometown of Liberty and her once-glamorous life begins a downward spiral into insanity as she painfully addresses the buried secrets of her past. Under the binds of Liberty, a small township in […]
This month, we dove into The Weight of Blood, debut novel from Missouri-native Laura McHugh. While the book won’t be on shelves until March 11, start planning your menu with the help of our Sip & Flip Party Menu. And feel free to save the date for your gathering just a few days after the book release—we guarantee, you and your […]