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Jaclyn Weldon White

Jaclyn Weldon White is the author of eight books, including two true crimes, three biographies, two mystery novels, and a book on herbs. She is a two-timewinner of the Georgia Author of the Year Award. White, also a jewelry designer, lives in Hoschton, Georgia.

Books by Jaclyn Weldon White

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A Southern Woman’s Guide to Herbs
By author: Jaclyn Weldon White, Jaclyn Weldon White
Product Code: P472
ISBN: 9780881464603
Product Format: Paperback
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In A SOUTHERN WOMAN'S GUIDE TO HERBS, Jaclyn Weldon White takes a break from penning stories of murder and mayhem to share her love and knowledge of growing and using herbs, the helpful plants. In a manner as informal as a neighborly chat, White explores designing herb gardens to suit the reader and gives common sense tips on planting and caring for them. In later chapters, she concentrates on preserving herbs for year-round use and shares some of her favorite recipes, covering everything from cocktails to desserts. The shrimp and herb pasta for two is perfect for a romantic evening while the lavender cookies with their pastel icing will have the kids begging for more.
Sidetracked: Two Women, Two Cameras, and Lunches on Sherman’s Trail
By author: Milam McGraw Propst, Jaclyn Weldon White
Product Code: P531
ISBN: 9780881465754
Product Format: Paperback / softback
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SIDETRACKED is a series of stories which chronicle the zigzag adventures of two authors searching for a better understanding of their state. Milam Propst and Jaclyn White are good friends who enjoy the creative process, love to chat, dine, and explore out-of-the-way places. Their initial plan was to trace Sherman’s March to the Sea and visit some of Georgia’s 3,000 plus historic markers along the way. While the journey would not necessarily spotlight the Civil War, Sherman’s path would provide them with a specific route. There was one slight disadvantage to the plan. Neither of the writers have any sense of direction. Because of this, they got sidetracked often, made countless U-turns, and frequently found fascinating stories by accident.
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