Prior to his Sunday appearance at Fiction Addiction in Greenville, best-selling author Nicholas Sparks sat down with Your Carolina and Livin’ Upstate to talk about his latest novel and answer questions submitted by viewers.
After several months of virtual book launches, Fiction Addiction in Greenville will host its first in-person but socially distanced meet-and-greet on Sunday, October 4, with bestselling author Nicholas Sparks.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, many of us are looking for ways to entertain ourselves and our children. Here’s a Top 7 list of children’s books with ties to South Carolina and the Upstate.
Steve Grant of Greenville lost both of his children to drug overdoses. Now, he has written a new book entitled Don’t Forget Me as a survival manual and a lifeline to remind parents and others that they are not alone.
Do you like to read “bookclub-type books”? Then, you’re invited to Fiction Addiction’s Bookclub Party on Thursday, May 16.
From mystery writers to children’s book authors, Upstate South Carolina is rich with award-winning authors.
A project that is connecting families and getting children reading. The new children’s bookL Mystery on the GHS Swamp Rabbit...