“What we have here is a poignant, very funny, yet respectful look back at small-town life and characters in the Deep South in the ’30s and ’40s, pre-prosperity, before it was a recognized condition. Meador is a Mark Twain without the river and a Garrison Keillor without the snow… and Baptists instead of Lutherans. I loved this book.”
– Harold Chambliss, freelance writer, humorist, and former magazine publisher
“A truly moving, entertaining and above all, honest, account of a life well and truly lived, a gem for future generations.”
– The Moving Words Review
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