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About the author:
Dana Page was raised in Memphis, Tennessee. Born just down the road from Memphis in Helena, Arkansas, she considers the Mississippi River Delta her own personal inspiration. Having earned a degree in journalism from Texas A&M University, she has utilized her writing skills in varied areas – small-town politics, human interest stories and writing an entertainment column, to name a few. To support her writing habit, she has worked an odd job or two. Don’t ask her about delivering singing telegrams; some things are best forgotten. Pass the Hot Stuff is Dana’s debut novel.
What inspired you to write your book?
When I began writing “Pass the Hot Stuff,” I desperately needed some levity in my life. I went through a very difficult time when my grandmother passed away. I decided to write something that would make me feel optimistic again, something that she would have loved. The characters in this book breathed as much life back into me as I did them. They made me laugh, and I hadn’t done that in a very long time.