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READ. DREAM. TRAVEL. INSPIRE

Welcome to CourtneyGiardina.com - the place where book lovers and adventure seekers unite. If you dream of traveling the world or finding an escape in the pages of a book, you've come to the right place.

 

Go ahead! Get inspired. Get lost. 

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Let's adventure together! In my blogs, I'll take you on my latest trips, send out sneak peeks of my latest novels and heck, just be real with how life is going in my 30s!

Welcome to the fun!

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All of my novels are available in digital from Amazon

Autographed paperbacks are also available in my Shop!

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ABOUT COURTNEY

I am a firm believer that we should never go a day without living our passions.

 

That’s why the characters in my novels become our best friends and we turn the final pages of my books feeling empowered, overly caffeinated and on the search for your next adventure.

I always had a knack for writing stories. I won prizes for my work as far back as second grade with a poem I wrote about my grandfather. I've started many novels throughout the years, but they were left unfinished. It wasn’t until a move from New York to North Carolina that I was inspired to tell a story that would change my career path forever. 

 

Tear Stained Beaches was released in 2013 and the emotionally gripping novel would be the staple of what my self-publishing mantra would become-- strong, independent women with big dreams, searching for their place in the world.

As a creative, I have not only published multiple novels, but have appeared on TV shows like Nashville.

 

Don’t forget to check out my blog, Coffee with Court. It’s is all about inspiring others to dream big, take changes and believe in themselves because life is too short to wonder, “what if.”

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