More Sweet Tea

by Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Virginia Ellis, Deborah Dixo | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0967303591 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingbookczukwing of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA on 10/18/2006
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Synopsis
14 authors have created a poignant, humorous collection of nostalgic tales. Here life's lessons are handed down-liberally sprinkled with hilarity-from eccentric relatives, outrageous pets and unrepentant neighbors, and served up with a generous dollop of that most valued of all Southern commodities: good old fashioned storytelling. From Mississippi to Georgia, from Florida to Tennessee, these daughters of the South will take you on a lush tour of the times and the places they know best, each voice as refreshing and inviting as a glass of cold sweet tea on a hot afternoon.

Among the collection's authors are multi-published, award-winning writers Deborah Smith, and Sandra Chastain. Both are natives of Georgia with pioneer family backgrounds. Smith's 1997 nationally best-selling novel, A PLACE TO CALL HOME, (Bantam Books) received glowing reviews and was called "a page turner" by Publishers Weekly. Smith made news this year with a two-book, $1.2 million deal to write southern-based novels for Little, Brown. Sandra Chastain is the popular author of over 40 novels in contemporary and historical women's fiction. Rendevous Reviews calls her stories "good for the heart." Her current title, THE RUNAWAY BRIDE (Bantam Books,) is a featured selection of the Doubleday Book Club.

Released 2 yrs ago (9/3/2020 UTC) at Charleston County Library - Main Branch 75 Calhoun in Charleston, South Carolina USA

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