About Anne Lovett
Georgia native Anne Lovett, a graduate of Emory University and Georgia Tech, is the author of published literary short stories, personal essays, poetry, and novels. Trained as a natural products chemist, she now writes about chemistry of another sort. Her novels are Rubies from Burma, named one of the best 100 Indie books of 2017 by Kirkus Reviews, Georgia Romance Writers Maggie award finalist Saving Miss Lillian, Independent Book Publishers Association Gold medal award winner The River Nymph, and Georgia Indie Author Award for Snakes and Lovers, mystery category. Her latest novel is Wildwood Flower, released in August 2022. She is the mother of three adult children, one with special needs, and lives in Atlanta with her model-railroader husband. When not writing, she loves to work in the garden, walk in the woods, take photographs, and visit places of historical interest.