Joanne O'Sullivan,

Joanne O'Sullivan

Asheville, NC, United States

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Past articles by jkosullivan1:

'Team Martha' supports Asheville grandmother during breast cancer treatment

Martha Bass's optimism is unflagging and her faith unshakable. Still, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer this past January, she was blindsided. → Read More

Hit the road: Trips only 2 hours from Asheville

Take a family vacation this summer without venturing too far → Read More

Asheville author Amy Reed debuts "Unforgivable" novel

Asheville author delves into the flip side of a story begun with last year’s “Invincible." → Read More

6 toddler-friendly hikes

Having a tot doesn't mean giving up the outdoors, just finding a better trail → Read More

Freebies and authors at Independent Bookstore Day

More than 400 U.S. bookstores will participate, including 3 in Western North Carolina. → Read More

Carolina Memorial Sanctuary: Natural, no-frills burials

North Carolina’s first conservation burial ground takes shape in Mills River. → Read More

"Trespassing" author talks XL pipeline in Asheville

Ken Ilgunas recounts Keystone XL Pipeline trek in 'Trespassing Across America' → Read More

Nashville author Jeff Zentner talks 'The Serpent King'

Dill, Travis and Lydia live on the social margins of their small-town Tennessee high school, each for a different reason. Dill, the son of a disgraced, snake-handling preacher, is dogged by the legacy of his father’s crime. → Read More

Spring break on the cheap

Hawaii not in the vacation plans this year? → Read More

Asheville author introduces middle grade mystery series

When the summer people leave the coastal town of Maiden Rock, Maine, the population plummets and so does the level of excitement. → Read More

A literary friendship: Gruen & Jackson at Malaprop's

Asheville's Malaprop's hosts Sara Gruen & Joshilyn Jackson together on Feb. 20. → Read More

Teaching tolerance: How to raise inclusive kids

The key, experts say, is to be intentional from the start → Read More

Passion, paper and poetry: Valentine's books events

Valentine's is not all wine & roses. Check out these love-themed events for kids & adults. → Read More

David Troy Francis plays Asheville concert for WNCAP

For the internationally respected pianist and composer, fighting AIDS is a personal cause. → Read More

Lindsay Starck visits Asheville with “Noah’s Wife”

Her novel “Noah’s Wife” utilizes the biblical story but is not a direct allegory to it. → Read More

WNC booksellers recommend books as holiday gift picks

Books are ideal gifts, with no sizes or colors to consider and something for everyone. → Read More

Indies First Day Nov. 28: Shop local bookstores in WNC

Indies First Day is an opportunity to celebrate community among local businesses. → Read More