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Sarah Addison Allen

Sarah Addison Allen was born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina. She acquired her love of literature and food from her parents. She majored in literature in college because of her love of books.



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Outside the Box Fiction for Women
These are the books that are so great you want to recommend them to everyone, but they donít fit neatly into broad categories like Romance, Thriller or Historical Fiction. They explore the everyday issues in womenís lives that almost any woman can relate to in some way Ė relationships, raising a family, career issues and family drama.
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Dream Factory Dream Factory
Barkley, Brad and Heather Hepler (2007)
It was a very good book and I can`t wait to read more from these authors!!
- Hannah from Perris, CA
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'Let us welcome controversial books and controversial authors.'
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'I had just discovered the art of leaving my body to sit impassive in a crumpled up attitude in a chair or sofa, while I wandered over the hills and far away in novel company and new scenes.'
- H. G. Wells

'I don't expect executives to be creative but I do expect them to have courage.'
- Rita Mae Phelps

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