Before beginning her writing career, Beth Hoffman was the president and co-owner of a successful interior design studio. An artist as well as an award-winning interior designer, Beth's paintings are displayed in private and corporate collections in the United States, Canada, and the UK. She lives, along with her husband and three very smart cats, in a fully restored Queen Anne home in a quiet historic district in northern KY.
Beth Hoffman recommends
Seven Year Switch (2010)
"With wit and tenderness, Claire Cook sweeps us into the life of Jill Murray, a feisty single mom trying to stitch together a future after being abandoned by her husband. This is a delightful story of love, loss, and the surprising events that healed her heart. I cheered for Jill the entire way."
Divine Appointments (2010)
(Snowglobe Connections, book 2)
"...a heartwarming story that reminds us of what really matters."
Here, Home, Hope (2011)
"Witty and uplifting, Here, Home, Hope is a charming debut that explores the courage it takes to reshape life and how to do it with a dash of panache."
Ghost On Black Mountain (2011)
(Black Mountain , book 1)
"Pull up a rocker and gaze into the hills at sundown. Old-time porch storytelling unfolds in this dark, twisted tale where hardscrabble lives, murderous secrets, and ghosts intersect on a mysterious mountain."
Keep the Ends Loose (2015)
Molly D Campbell
"A humorous coming-of-age-story where secrets of the past collide wish the present and family bonds are stretched to the limits of forgiveness. Quirky, hopeful, and wonderfully original."
Cupcakes, Bars, and Rock Stars (2016)
(Annie Graceland Mystery, book 7)
"...it's a wild and wacky whodunit..."
Close Enough to Touch (2017)
"A witty, inventive, and bittersweet story of a reclusive young woman forced to venture into the world where complex medical issues become tangled with longings of the heart."
Good Karma (2017)
"A charming debut where Southern-spiced humor, quirky characters, a disembodied spirit, and furry friends come together in a story that proves a retirement community can be anything but boring."
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