“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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Marilla of Green Gables is a “Fall Book to Read” for Outlander Fans

Marilla of Green Gables is a BookBub “Fall Books to Read If you Love Outlander” pick:

Sassenachs, rejoice! The end of another Droughtlander is almost upon us! The newest season of Outlander premieres November 4 on Starz, bringing to life Drums of Autumn, the fourth book in the bestselling series written by Diana Gabaldon. To tide you over until then, we’ve rounded up fall books like Outlander for the biggest Claire and Jamie fans…

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Woman’s World Magazine Book Club Pick

Marilla of Green Gables is a Woman’s World Magazine’s Book Club Pick:

🌟“Heartfelt charm and family drama make this a poignant page-turner.” 🌟

Alongside this season’s standouts John Grisham, Jasmine Guillory, and Julie Mulhern. On stands today!

Bustle Raves over Marilla of Green Gables

‘Marilla Of Green Gables’ Answers Questions About L.M. Montgomery’s Most Elusive Character

If you happened to be a book lover during the last century, or so, you know Anne of Green Gables. You’ve walked the great White Way of Delight with her, rowed across the Lake of Shining Waters, traipsed the Haunted Wood, considered the name ‘Cordelia’ for yourself. You’ve fallen in love with Matthew Cuthbert, found Mrs. Rachel Lynde a challenging personality, and developed a particular disdain for the Pye girls. And, if you’re anything like author Sarah McCoy, you’ve wondered about the mysteries of Marilla Cuthbert’s life as well — mysteries that McCoy’s brand new novel, Marilla Of Green Gables, seeks to answer.

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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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