Join us at 6 pm EDT on Wednesday, February 24, 2021


Registration required for our digital meeting and ends at midnight EDT February 23, 2021.

"Family, Love, and History in

Multicultural Fiction"




NICOLE GLOVER works as a UX researcher in Virginia. She believes libraries are magical places and problems seem smaller with a cup of tea in hand. Her life outside of books include bicycles, video games, and baking the perfect banana bread. The Conductors is her debut novel. She can be found at

PIPER HUGULEY, two-time Golden Heart ®finalist, inscribes and celebrates the ancestors to give voice to their stories. Her “Migrations of the Heart,” a historical romance series, spanning 1915-1935, is based on her family’s history of the Great Migration, the largest internal migration in US history.  Huguley is also the author of the “Home to Milford College” series, which follows the building of a fictitious HBCU during Reconstruction. Her debut historical fiction novel about Ann Lowe, the Black designer of Jackie Kennedy’s wedding dress, will release in Winter 2022 (William Morrow). She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and son.   


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