The Adventures of Miss Maybelle

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Maybelle Dickens spent 20 years in the US Navy and another 30 as a photojournalist, traveling the world. At 75, she moves to western North Carolina to write her memoir at the request of her family. Her story is an honest and salty confession of a woman who lived her life with passion and purpose, albeit unconventionally.
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About Meredith Rae Morgan

Meredith Morgan is a pseudonym, my professional and online identity. I write novels for and about strong women and self-publish them as eBooks on Smashwords.

I was raised in the Midwest but have roots in the Deep South. I have lived in Florida for the past fifteen years. I tend to alternate the settings for my stories between all three places. From that experience, I've discovered that I love Southern women, Midwestern men and I'm fascinated (in a weird and scary kind of way) by the people I've encountered in Florida, most of whom are from other places.

Besides writing, my passions are walking the beach, reading and cooking. For a more detailed bio, see my website.

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readly6 reviewed on Jan. 26, 2017

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claus olsen reviewed on Jan. 13, 2014

Loved it!
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S Berlin reviewed on May 10, 2011

I never give 5 stars-think they are overdone and should be reserved only for the great books. Which this is. The writing is superb-it just flows. The story made me think of Forest Gump as Miss Maybelle lives through historic events. But it's so much more because of her emotional connections to people and places.

I wanted to just start over and reread it as soon as I finished it because I didn't want it to end.
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Sheila Wilson reviewed on Jan. 29, 2011

What a good read, very enjoyable. I couldn't put this book down. So many emotions, I must admit shed a few tears. It's a pity the book had to end. I may read it again.
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Jen Allison reviewed on Jan. 10, 2011

I absolutely loved this book! It was not only entertaining, I also feel like I got a peek into the world of a much revered photojournalist who collects friends wherever she goes. Maybelle is a tough broad but she holds so much love for her family and friends, it can't help but show once in a while. The only disappointment was having the book end.
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Lorna Russell reviewed on Dec. 18, 2010

I really enjoyed this book. It runs through so many emotions: confusion, joy, happiness and great sadness. An extraordinary woman's life captured in words, very well portrayed. It might be fiction, but it's excellent story-telling.
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