Books tagged: southern lit

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Song of the Mockingbird
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Price: Free! Words: 7,800. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2010. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
An old lady reaches out from the grave with a message on a dollar bill to her grown daughters and grandchildren. After the funeral, they gather at the old lady's home to go through her meager belongings. Fannie, boss over the family, finds the dollar bill and they all quarell over what the hand-written message means. Nobody wants the dollar except Zeke, favorite grandson and son of Fannie...
Death By Clogging
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 18,790. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2011. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
This is a collection of Southern alcoholic first ladies, criminal mothers, self-destructive cloggers, disgruntled nuns, self-absorbed businessmen, cross-dressing Vietnam veterans, militant breast feeders, jealous husbands, insomniacs….basically the people we meet in our everyday lives just with a bit of exaggeration Southern-style.
The Color Of Things
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Price: Free! Words: 8,510. Language: English. Published: July 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Little Lenny Helzerman doesn’t expect anything more from one day than he does any other day and he doesn’t give anything more to one day than he does any other day. It is all the same. And this suits him just fine.
A Concise History of Portsong
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Price: Free! Words: 8,130. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » People & Places / United States / Other
The Ladies Historical Society is proud to take you on a tour through the rich history of our fair town. From its humble founding, through the War Between the States, and up to the 1920's when an eccentric fellow came to town, you will laugh and come to understand why its citizenry is considered a little odd by most. Why, it's almost as good as sippin' lemonade on Ms. Prattlematt's back porch.