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Jenny Weaver is smart, she’s funny, and she’s so lonely it hurts. Two years after her husband committed suicide, Jenny begins writing to him, at first out of frustration and loneliness, then out of a deep need to look at what went so wrong in their lives. She waits until the children are bathed and in bed, then pours herself a glass of wine and writes,”We didn’t spend… Read more >
What happens when a successful, determined middle-aged man falls in love with a woman who has been happily married for twenty-seven years? If he’s Avery Laird, he hires her to work for him. Buddy Middleton is positive that the job his wife, Ginger, is offered is too good to be true, that Avery Laird has an ulterior motive, but he can’t prove it. Read more >
Laura Belmont has finished writing her first novel, and she hopes it will change her life. She quits her job, ends a ten-year affair with her married boss, and heads off to The Clymer Workshop. The conference is in a picturesque setting, but the atmosphere is anything but tranquil. From the moment Laura arrives, she feels the intensity of two hundred people who have…Read more >
In the collected Giffort Street stories, you’ll enter seven gracious homes on an elm-lined street. The stories Harry Danced DivinelyAn Authentic HeroNeighbors, andThe Queen Anne Bedroom Set are exclusive to this book. A Perfect Nanny and War on Giffort Street, which are available as singles, are also included.  Read more >
The Whittakers were stunned when they discovered that Meddie, their nanny, had suddenly disappeared without giving notice. Hired temporarily by Arnold Whittaker after his wife, Bernice, had a difficult delivery with their first child, Meddie proved to be so good with the baby and capable around the house that they couldn’t believe their good…Read more >
Shy and unsure of herself, Lanie Strickland is dazzled when Alex Thurlow, one of the most popular boys in her high school, asks her to dance at a New Year’s Eve party. A star athlete, Alex is as fast with girls as he is on the football field. Soon they are going steady, and Alex is pushing her in a direction that she isn’t sure she wants to go. Read more >
Meghan Danahy isn’t afraid to voice her opposition to the war in Vietnam. And when she falls in love with Dennis Kipphut, the political becomes personal. With his low lottery number, Dennis is sure to be drafted as soon as he graduates from college. Meghan’s father’s connections can help keep Dennis safely at home. But Coyle Danahy wants his only child…Read more >

What Readers Are Saying

“I enjoyed this book because it took different and unexpected turns.”
Susan Pamela Douda
“This was an awesome story!”
Gingersnap
“Every story a glimpse into a real-life story of a person, a family… engaging enough to read into the wee hours of the morning, this book was a true pleasure and an unexpected find.”
Mandy S.
“Schwartz has created a great read that details how wars affect people over the long-term, while covering the honorable thought process that patriotic Americans experience while defending their country (however they choose to defend it). This is one of the best historical treatments of the Vietnam War era I have read to date.”
The Kindle Book Review
“Ms. Schwartz has created complex and unforgettable characters. When I closed the cover of “Harry Danced Divinely,” I wasn’t ready to leave Giffort Street.”
Linda Lange
“This is an excellent book. I would highly recommend this to be a good read since I didn’t want to put it down.”
Kathy Sigafoos
“I enjoyed reading this book because I believed everything Was possible and real. I felt every hurt as though it was mine…This book is a must read for anyone about to embark in marriage.”
Beverly Gurley
“The interweaving of characters and one’s neighborhood was one of the best that I have read in a long time.”
Diane De Pasquale
“…the writing is absolutely superb! It was definitely a page turner for me, keeping me up long past bedtime, simply because I had to read just a bit more… Thanks for a great read!”
Nana Flutist

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