After a fantastically productive time in Tennessee where I secured a publicity manager, radio interviews and an upcoming signing, I made my way to Georgia.
I visited bookstores in Atlanta, Conyers and Norcross, and had the opportunity to visit family from both my mom’s and dad’s sides. Because I ended this part of the trip a day early, I decided to spend some time relaxing in Savannah before my next event in FL. I could have stayed in Savannah forever! Not only is it gorgeous, but the serenity gave me a space both physically and mentally to write and write and write! This is my kind of town.
Not only was I excited to see the settings of, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” I was even more pleased that one of the monuments gave me the inspiration for my first non-fiction work. I can’t wait to shed light on the life of an amazing woman who ran a secret school for over 30 years in her, “Pink House.” I’m honored to share your story, Lady Jane Deveaux!