Influential Authors at 10th Annual Gaithersburg Book Festival

Sarah McCoy was among the featured authors at the 10th annual Gaithersburg Book Festival in Gaithersburg, Maryland. With a crowd estimated at 23,500, this is quickly becoming one of the most popular book parties in the nation and a great kickoff to summer reading festivities.

“I love coming to this festival, it really is one of the best in the nation and I have gone to almost all the book festivals in the nation,” said McCoy.

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Marilla of Green Gables at Unbound Book Festival

A standing ovation for the 4th annual Unbound Book Festival in Columbia, Missouri. Celebrity authors from across the country were brought together with Missouri readers on the campus of Stephens College for two days of unreserved book celebration.

To order signed copies of Sarah and other Unbound Book Festival authors’ work, contact Skylark Bookshop via email or phone.

Marilla of Green Gables featured at Literature Lovers’ Night Out™

April 2018 Literature Lovers’ Night Out Fierce Four:
Pam Jenoff, Susan Gloss, Sarah McCoy, Meredith May

The April blizzard in Minneapolis didn’t stop Literature Lovers’ Night Out™ tickets from being oversold with two nights of author-reader fun for the history books. Authors Sarah McCoy, Pam Jenoff, Susan Gloss, and Meredith May became the Fierce Four as they soldiered through the 15 inches of snow that fell on the Twin Cities in under 24 hours. All for the love of literature! If anyone missed their appearance in Minnesota, signed copies of all the authors’ books can be ordered from their fearless hosts Excelsior Bay Books and Valley Booksellers.

Historical Novel Society Features Marilla of Green Gables

An Unsung Heroine’s Voice: Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy

This year marks the one hundred and tenth anniversary since Anne of Green Gables was first published.

While previous films and adaptations have focused on continuing Anne’s life or on the village of Avonlea, Marilla of Green Gables instead explores the background of Green Gables and the story of the first girl who grew up there: Marilla Cuthbert…”

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“Luscious Enough to Melt in the Mouth” Raves Historical Novel Society

Marilla of Green Gables receives rave review from lauded Historical Novel Society:

“… luscious enough to melt in the mouth. Moreover, McCoy’s Marilla is more in tune with modern sentiments about race, class, and social equality than the Anne books now are. This loving homage and poignant reinvention should be welcomed into the canon by long-time fans and powerful enough to draw new readers into the timeless and cherished stories of Anne and Avonlea.”

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