Posted on June 23, 2021 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Author Elin Hilderbrand will retire from writing beach novels in 2024.

Last month, in an interview before controversy broke over a passage in her newest release, she told The Associated Press that she has always planned to write only as long as her books continue to meet her quality standards.

Now, “I feel myself coming to my natural end of my material,” she said.

Hildebrand may continue writing, though, with memoirs or cookbooks a possibility.

And she definitely plans to remain active in the literary community as a book influencer, starting now with a book club on Literati.

Hilderbrand’s twenty-seventh novel, Golden Girl, came out June 1 and was criticized for what some readers saw as a flippant reference to Anne Frank.

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Ken | 6/23/21 at 10:44 PM
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