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Dorothy Love

Biography

Dorothy Love

Born in the middle of the 20th century, Dorothy Love is certain she arrived on Planet Earth a hundred years too late. An avid scholar of 19th century American history, she spends most of her time poking through museums, reading dusty books, and studying the journals of the Victorian-era women whose lives inspire her Southern historical novels.

She prefers a fountain pen to a computer keyboard, print books to digital downloads, and face to face conversations to 140 character tweets. Though she admits that modern technology makes it easier to stay in touch with her readers, whenever possible she avoids automated phone systems, online banking and booking her own airline tickets. When she’s not busy researching or writing books or avoiding technology, she enjoys teaching at writers conferences. She is a former associate writer in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, FL. She has taught at dozens of  writers conferences nationwide including the Florida First Coast Writers Conference, the Columbus Ohio Writers Conference, the South Carolina Writers Workshop, and the graduate program at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA,  and was a featured author on the Writer to Writer series for Florida Public Television.

Dorothy enjoys traveling with her husband, collecting antique ephemera, and playing Frisbee with Jake, the couple’s golden retriever. A native Southerner, she currently lives in the Texas hill country.

Dorothy Love

Books by Dorothy Love

by Dorothy Love - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Celia Browning dreams of the day when she can marry her childhood sweetheart, Sutton Mackay, thus uniting two of the city's most prominent families. A newspaper reporter arrives in town, determined to pry into twin tragedies that took place when Celia was a child. While the journalist pursues his story, someone is trying to frighten Celia. When she receives a series of anonymous notes, and a bracelet imbued with a chilling message, Celia realizes that her family’s past has the power to destroy her future.

by Dorothy Love - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction

Inspired by the life of a 19th-century female rice farmer, CAROLINA GOLD pays tribute to the hauntingly beautiful Lowcountry and weaves together mystery, romance and historical detail, bringing to life the story of one young woman’s struggle to restore her ruined world.