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I got tangled up with a Texas woman like Josephine once

Best reader comment I’ve heard in a long time – I had the pleasure of talking to some older men recently about Josephine: Red Dirt & Whiskey and one of the men said “I got tangled up with a Texas woman … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Andi Kay Klemm – Southern Fiction Fan

With a name like Andi Kay and a grandmother not in the least bit shy about her Alabama roots, it should be no surprise that I come from a long line of back woods southern names like Lona Mae, Veramer, … Continue reading

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WARNING: The author doesn’t want you to read her book

Readers need not apply Not every reader, that is. Unless your novel is a public service announcement, then it is probably true that NOT everyone should read it. Why? You don’t write for everybody. Do you? There are many reasons … Continue reading

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