Tag Archives: Georgia

Pick a Little, Talk a Little

Cold Sassy Tree by Olive Ann Burns was published in 1984 and is another of the Top 150 Novels I am slowly making my way through. The fictional story takes place in a small Georgia town named Cold Sassy.  Told … Continue reading

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Miss Lillian

A Remarkable Mother by President Jimmy Carter provided inspirational reading for Mother’s Day this year.  Written in 2008, this short biography offers many insights into the life of our former President and the exceptional woman, Lillian Carter, who raised him. Written … Continue reading

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Equality For All

Glow by Jessica Maria Tuccelli is a powerful new novel about race and family relations.  The author has masterfully woven a magical tale dating back to pre-Civil War days in Georgia and ending in the era prior to WWII. Told … Continue reading

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