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March, you are a fickle month, tantalizing me with your glimmer of warmth, then propelling me back into the arms of Old Man Winter.  OK, so I'm being a tad bit dramatic here since I do live in Georgia, but enough already with the cold!  I'm ready for sunshine and sandals. Thank goodness I can warm my soul with St. Patrick's Day! 
St. Patrick's Day is a big deal in our might have something to do with the fact that I married this handsome, red-haired, Guinness-loving Irishman!   
Coming to a store near you in paperback...

The wait for the trade paperback release of THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT is almost over--on sale starting March 27th at your favorite book retailer and online.   

I'll also be hitting the road for a mini book tour to discuss the behind-the-scenes writing of this book set in the sultry southern city of Sweet Apple, Georgia. Please come out and see me!

Metro Atlanta Appearances

Saturday, April 7th
11:00-2:30 p.m.
"Lunch Can Be Murder Mix and Mingle with Karen White" Ticketed Luncheon 
Smyrna Community Center
Click here to register

Saturday, April 7th
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Meet and Greet and Book Signing at Costco
Dunwoody Location
6350 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd.
Atlanta, GA

Ohio Appearances


Monday, April 9th
5 p.m.
Westerville Public LIbrary Foundation Reception (ticketed event)
The Wine Bistro in Westerville
Click here for more information and to register

Monday, April 9th
7 p.m.
"Meet the Author" Presentation Series
Otterbein University, Battelle Fine Arts Center
170 West Park Street

North Royalton
Tuesday, April 10th
7:00-8:30 p.m.
Presentation and Signing
Cuyahoga Library
North Royalton Branch
5071 Wallings Rd.
Free and open to the public
Click here to RSVP
To buy online:
Featured Reader:  Candace Schilling, writer and editor,
In her words, Candace shares why she enjoys my books...

"The Tradd Street series introduced me to Karen White's work. She has a way of pulling her readers into a setting, not just the story, and she fills her books with beauty, love, complex souls and bittersweet moments -- life.

After 14 years in Illinois, I chose Atlanta as my new hometown because of local authors like Karen and her friend Wendy Wax. As a freelance writer (slowly) learning to write fiction, I wanted to land in a strong community of authors, and Karen often acknowledges organizations like Georgia Romance Writers in her books. Karen teaches me something in every book, and a paragraph about butterflies in The Color of Light inspired my own research and a blog post. I learned about bees in Flight Patterns and history in Folly Beach. I love how her characters can be both flawed, and wise, and I'm looking forward to Dreams of Falling..."

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If you'd like to be considered for an upcoming reader feature, send me a photo and answer this quick question:  "Why do you love my books?"  Click here to submit!

If you’re wondering what’s going on in the cistern in Melanie’s backyard, you’ll soon find out as I am making my way through writing book #6 in the Tradd Street series; cue the scary Vincent Price evil laughter...
Me, trying to write the next installment of the Tradd Street series, with a little help from my best friends.
Mark your calendars for June 5th for the release of my next novel, DREAMS OF FALLING. Book signing dates to be announced soon! 
DREAMS OF FALLING is available for preorder now...
Google Books
Sorry Quincy and Sophie Belle, I'm being a wee bit unfaithful here by posting this picture, but I just had to in celebration of St. Paddy's Day and my favorite Irish Pub, Olde Blind Dog.  Seriously, isn't this so adorable?  The doodles are part of a mother/doodle group in metro Atlanta called @thatdoodsquad. They get together for outings and photoshoots. Let the shenanigans begin!  Photo credit @shelbyraephotographs.
Let's connect!
Until next time, happy reading!
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