Winston-Salem Journal features Sarah McCoy and Marilla of Green Gables

Well-traveled, bestselling author planting roots in N.C. soil

Just a week and a half ago, Sarah McCoy was looking out the window of her new, farmhouse-style home in Winston-Salem as the winds of Tropical Storm Michael blew horizontal sheets of rain.

She could see a blue-green river running through her yard. “It shouldn’t be there, but it’s beautiful,” she said. The tops of landscaping tractors looked like lifeguard chairs in the downpour.

McCoy, 38, the New York Times bestselling author of “The Mapmaker’s Children,” was indoors and dry, and doing last-minute social media postings and interviews in advance of her next book tour, which kicked off last week in Canada…

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Marilla of Green Gables is a November Indie Next List Pick

Marilla of Green Gables tops the list for independent booksellers across the nation. IndieBound names Marilla of Green Gables a 🌟November Indie Next List Pick.

Click here to see which books alongside Marilla of Green Gables are Indie Next Great Reads for November and the holiday season.

Readers can purchase Marilla of Green Gables from their local independent bookstore or from Sarah’s. Bookmarks offers personalized copies of all of Sarah’s books.

Quill & Quire Features Marilla of Green Gables

“Something magical happens when L.M. Montgomery–obsessed readers get together. We cannot help ourselves. Our secret handshake does not involve intricate gestures, but instead a deeply embedded linguistic code that differentiates a true devotee from someone who is just dabbling in Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables world. U.S. writer Sarah McCoy is a true devotee. Her new historical novel, Marilla of Green Gables (HarperCollins, Oct.) is a beautiful read and is true to the character of Marilla Cuthbert…”

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Bookmarked with Sarah McCoy: Author Guest Patti Callahan Henry

Bookmarked with Sarah McCoy welcomes New York Times bestselling author, Patti Callahan Henry to WSNC 90.5 FM for a conversation about her new book, Becoming Mrs. Lewis. Callahan is the author of twelve contemporary novels under the name Patti Callahan Henry. Becoming Mrs. Lewis is her first historical fiction, penned as Patti Callahan. Clearly, these good friends had too much fun inaugurating the first (of many to come) PCH Days in Winston-Salem.

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