Southern fiction

Immerse yourself in the rich and captivating world of Southern fiction. Explore top novels that transport you to the charm and allure of the South, filled with compelling characters and enthralling stories.
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Come With Me!

Come With Me! As the release date for my new book, The Sweet Taste of Muscadines, approaches, I have moved over to my new website www.pamelaterry.net. Here you can find all the information about the book, any upcoming events, and my monthly letter. This blog, which I hold dear, will be archived there and linkable from the website. Remember, you can also find me... and the dogs... on Instagram! Much love, and see you soon! x, Pamela

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Nene Hembree
15 Great Appalachian Novels That Reflect The Unique Culture Of The Region Historical Fiction, Reading Suggestions, Reading Challenge, Book Worm, Reading Material, Book Nooks, Summer Reading, I Love Books, Book Authors

15 Great Appalachian Novels That Reflect The Unique Culture Of The Region

Everyone loves To Kill a Mockingbird and Southern Gothic fare, but sometimes it seems as if southern literature lists limit their scope to stories from the deep, swampy South. As a book nerd who grew up in the Piedmont of South Carolina, I've often…

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The Parkers, Scarlet O Hara, Believing In God, Southern Fiction, Book Hoarder, Keeping Up Appearances, My Church, Hallmark Movie, I Cried

Book review of Wide Plank Porches

I cried, I laughed, I smiled - I couldn’t put down Wide Plank Porches. I am a southerner, though I was born and lived many years in the north as a Yankee; but in Wide Plank Porches I could see friends and neighbors and God’s messages, and people in my church. It is a very true to life fictional story of the Parker family, Charlotte, Purdy and Janie. Purdy, the bossy sister, believes it is her duty to run the family and make sure everyone is doing the “right thing.” Charlotte is the sister…

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Julie Wade
Southern Lady Code: Essays Southern Fiction Books, Southern Fiction, Donna Reed, Southern Ladies, Southern Lady, Something Nice, Women Humor, Say Something, In The Rain

Southern Lady Code: Essays a book by Helen Ellis

A collection of essays that are "like being seated beside the most entertaining guest at a dinner party" (Atlanta Journal Constitution)--from the New York Times bestselling author of American Housewives "Thank you Helen Ellis for writing down the Southern Lady Code so that others may learn." --Ann Patchett, bestselling author of The Dutch HouseHelen Ellis has a mantra: "If you don't have something nice to say, say something not-so-nice in a nice way." Say "weathered" instead of "she looks…

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Lauren Davenport
A five star review of Where the Road Bends by Rachel Fordham, A spectacular historical fiction romance novel. Christian Fiction Books For Women, Christian Historical Fiction Books, Fiction Book Recommendations, Christian Books For Women, Best Historical Romance Novels, Homecoming Book, Clean Romance Novels, Western Romance Books, Book Recommendations Fiction

Where the Road Bends by Rachel Fordham | Review

This was my first read from Rachel Fordham, but it won't be my last. Before I share my review, take a look at the back cover below. Back Cover As Norah King surveys her family

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Tracey Harvey