- From the Hebrew חַנָּה (Channah or Hannah), meaning favour, grace, or graced with child. (Wiktionary)
“Kristin Hannah is the author of Firefly Lane (now available in paperback) as well as True Colors, which becomes available today.”
“For someone trying to break the chains of the legal industry such as myself, Kristin Hannah is an inspiration.”
“Under the title "Hannah Senesh: The Mission Home," an earlier version of the play was first seen at the Forum Theater in Metuchen in 1998.”
“Jessica Hannah is a prolific writer and internet blogger.”
“This Hannah Montana is a lark: Miley has gone all Hollywood (the last straw is a fight in a shoe store with Tyra Banks over a pair of to-die-for high heels) and so dad takes her back home to Crowley Corners, Tenn., as part of what he calls Hannah detox.”
“I believe that Kristin Hannah is a girl’s girl too.”
“I send you in Hannah's hand all I ever wrote of 'John Gosling', for I never could add another stanza.”
“She called Hannah, too, in the tiny hope that Hannah might pick up and Holly could reason with her.”
“I just finished On Mystic Lake by Kristin Hannah like an hour ago and it was fantastic.”
“For much of the season, the loss of senior point guard Clevin Hannah looked like a major problem.”
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