Outloud Books:March Women’s Book Club

Hi Everyone,

Have you ever wanted to talk to an author about where they get their story ideas, or why something happened in the book the way it did, or how they got started writing? Well I have great news! We are going to have a phone-in with author Bett Norris during our meeting and you’ll get to ask all those questions and more. She will also be telling us about What’s Best for Jane, the sequel to Miss McGhee.

Here’s a little info on the book, Miss McGhee.

” World War II is over and… Mary McGhee is looking for…a new start, a new job, a new place. But in the small Alabama town she’s chosen, she soon finds it’s not so easy to leave the past behind. There’s the old problem of being an unwelcome woman in a man’s world when Mary takes on the challenge of returning a neglected lumber empire to profitability. Then there’s Lila Dubose, the boss’s wife, who stirs up desires Mary can’t escape, fears she can’t control, and reminders that she is surrounded by threat. Set in the shadow of the civil rights movement, Miss McGhee is a sweeping tale of forbidden love in a turbulent time. First-time author Bett Norris portrays one of the darkest and most troubling times in American history with exceptional skill and sensitivity. (Book Jacket)

So mark your calendars for 3:00 pm on Sunday, March 8 and remember, as always, you don’t need to read the book to come and enjoy the discussion.

Brenda B.



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2 responses to “Outloud Books:March Women’s Book Club

  1. Hello, I just thought I would post a comment and let you know your page layout is really messed up on the Firefox browser. Seems to work ok in IE however. Anyhow keep up the great work.

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