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Thanks for spending your summer with Design Chic. We love seeing you here!
HUGE thank you to Today.com for featuring my sixth novel, Feels Like Falling–and me! Need a great end-of-summer read? Check out Feels Like Falling! Looking to write a novel? Check out these 8 awesome tips by favorite authors!
From fresh air to ocean waves, tomato sandwiches to ice cream cones, there are so many things to love about summer. We hope that, amidst the chaos of this time, you are finding ways to savor the lazy days of summer–and, if not, that these pictures take you a way for just a moment!
Thanks so much for spending your summer with Design Chic. We love seeing you here!
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Looking for the perfect holiday weekend read? I would love it if you would pick upFeels Like Falling!
In the wake of a decade of Design Chic (Can you believe it? TEN years?) we have decided to start providing some new and different features that we hope you are going to love! One of our favorites? Our new weekly recipe feature. We don’t know about y’all, but after being home for months and months we are running low on delicious, fresh, exciting recipes. We hope these will provide you plenty of inspiration to revive your enthusiasm for the heart of the home–and everything that comes out of it!
I cannot believe it, but Slightly South of Simple is a National Bestseller, hitting bestseller lists from Barnes & Noble to Bookscan, Southern Indie to Southern Pines and spending weeks on smaller bestseller lists in places like Salisbury, NC (my fab hometown and home of South Main Book Co.) and Bethlehem, PA. Sixteen weeks after its release, Slightly South is still holding its own on many of these lists. I’m pinching myself every day and can’t thank you enough for all your support! Happy weekend, sweet friends!
And we are thrilled to have been nominated by Amara as a Best Luxury Blog and would so appreciate you for voting for us here!
“My prediction is that writers come and writers go, but Kristy Woodson Harvey is here to stay. The warmth, wit, and wisdom of this novel pave her way into the exclusive sisterhood of southern writers.” (―The Huffington Post)