Author: Patti Callahan Henry

Book Review: The Idea of Love by Patti Callahan Henry

Book Review: The Idea of Love by Patti Callahan Henry
Posted June 25, 2015 by love2dazzle in Fiction, Reviews / 0 Comments

Ella was completely happy with her marriage until a horrible secret completely tore it a part. She tries to get over what is going on with her life however she just wishes that she could go back to her old life. Her new life is nothing like what she imagined it would be. When her husband shatters her heart, Ella doesn’t want to make get involved or flirt with anyone new. Her heart is way too wounded for that. Hunter is a screenwriter that is trying to find the perfect love story to get inspiration. When Hunter meets Ella he […]


Book Review: The Stories We Tell by Patti Callahan Henry

Book Review: The Stories We Tell by Patti Callahan Henry
Posted August 9, 2014 by love2dazzle in Fiction, Reviews / 0 Comments

Eve and her husband Cooper are Savannah’s socialites. Cooper comes from a very prominent Savannah family and Eve struggles to feel good enough Eve comes from a rough background. her family grew up very poor and with very religiously strict parents. Willa, Eve’s sister is still trying to recover from her family’s troubled upbringing. Willa lives in Eve’s guest house and is a recovering alcoholic. Eve and Cooper start having issues in their marriage and tension because to rise. When Willa and Cooper are injured in a mysterious car wreck, Eve starts on a path to try to figure out […]


Interview with Patti Callahan Henry

Interview with Patti Callahan Henry
Posted August 6, 2014 by love2dazzle in Features, Interviews / 0 Comments

Interview With Patti Callahan Henry Ali: What inspired you to write this book?  Patti: I was inspired by the beauty and handmade world of letterpress and typography. In our fast-paced world where image is everything in social media and branding, where does the handcrafted, honest life fit in? I imagined a woman who valued not only the image of her life and family but also the creative life that nourished her. I saw these two worlds colliding as she struggled to keep both worlds alive in a tension of opposites. Eventually something had to unwind, which of course it did. […]