Kristy Woodson Harvey Southern Fiction Novel “The Summer Of Songbirds” Update

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With this most recent announcement from the author comes the official end of Harvey’s book tour celebrating the launch of “The Summer Of Songbirds”. However, fans should still be able to purchase a limited number of signed copies of the new book at her online store.

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This announcement comes on the heels of the highly successful launch of “The Summer Of Songbirds”, which has garnered recognition from Good Morning America, the New York Times, and others as another in a series of hits for Harvey. This release has been particularly impactful given its mid-summer launch, making it ideal for book clubs and poolside reading.

The novel, which can be found at most major literary retailers as well as on Harvey’s website, was inspired by the author’s childhood and, as such, has been celebrated as an authentic, heartfelt entry into her bibliography. The novel is the tenth of Harvey’s main releases, and was hotly anticipated prior to its release thanks in part to the announcement of the upcoming screen adaptation of her “Peachtree Bluff” series.

The story follows a summer camp owner from Harvey’s home state of North Carolina, whose financial and personal troubles put her work in jeopardy. The narrative follows three former campers, now grown and facing their own romantic and interpersonal challenges, as they band together to help the stewardess of the camp that formed the foundation of their long-held friendship.

As many reviewers have stated, the narrative is penned in the poignant but ultimately heartwarming prose that Harvey has become known for over the course of her career.

One such review stated, “Overall, The Summer of Songbirds is a sophisticated, sensitive, romantic tale by Harvey that once again highlights her innate ability to delve into all the psychological and emotional dynamics that exist between friends and reminds us just how meaningful, important, and powerful female friendships can truly be.”

The feel-good nature of the work has made it popular among reading groups – especially those focused on the appreciation of women’s fiction – across the country.

Fans of Harvey’s work can find more from her on her website at the link below. The author also maintains a lifestyle blog known as Design Chic, and is a contributor to publications such as Southern Living, Traditional Home, USA Today, and others.

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Kristy Woodson Harvey, Author

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