Publisher description for Savannah from Savannah / Denise Hildreth.

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Though first place in a fiction contest guarantees that Savannah Phillip's novel will be published, she soon discovers that her mother-Savannah, Georgia's most charming if diva-like citizen-is behind her literary win. So, mortified and furious, she resolves to give up her dreams of literary fame and moves home to prove herself to her mother, her city, and herself. Following in the footsteps of her career hero, a columnist for The Savannah Chronicle, Savannah gets a job at the paper and sets out to turn the journalism world on its ears. Her very first assignment is a quest for truth, investigating what appears to be a rigged beauty pageant. Readers will journey with Savannah as she forges new dreams, uncovers the heartache of loss, and comes to terms with her unique calling.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women -- Georgia -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Savannah (Ga.) -- Fiction.
Young women -- Fiction.