Unable to decide between literature and writing, Sally Kilpatrick received an individualized B.A. in both from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. After eight years of teaching Spanish (because that’s what you do with an English major), she earned her Masters of Professional Writing from Kennesaw State University. She has since sold three books to Kensington. The first of these, The Happy Hour Choir, will release on April 28, 2015. Bittersweet Creek hits shelves in October 2015, and Better Get to Living comes out in 2016. She also has a Beulah Land short story in the collection Tiny Treats and has tried her hand at Kindle Worlds with A Day Late and a Body Short, which is set in the Body Movers universe. She serves as President of Georgia Romance Writers and lives with her husband and two kids in the figurative shadow of the Big Chicken in Marietta, GA. You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook.