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Kathy Sue Loudermilk [NOOK Book]

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“So this is what’s happened to the South since William Faulkner left! Lewis Grizzard, a great American, gives us the best collection of stories about a mother’s love, old folks, railroad trains, going home, and the No-Name Bar in Willacoochee, Georgia.”
- The Chicago Sun-Times

“If you’ve ever owned a ...
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Kathy Sue Loudermilk

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Overview

“So this is what’s happened to the South since William Faulkner left! Lewis Grizzard, a great American, gives us the best collection of stories about a mother’s love, old folks, railroad trains, going home, and the No-Name Bar in Willacoochee, Georgia.”
- The Chicago Sun-Times

“If you’ve ever owned a truck, a good dog, or had to kiss a good woman good-bye, you need to be reading Lewis Grizzard.”
- United Press International

“Funny and touching ... Grizzard disperses common wisdom, common humor and common sense. Common to all of us.”
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“[A] TRIED AND TRUE SOURCE OF LAUGHTER...Readers will find some of his humor wry, some wistful, some sly, some indignant. But reading his comments is like having a chat with an old friend, with intervals of belly laughs.”
- Richmond Times-Dispatch

“Grizzard can make you laugh from the belly and a moment later you will suddenly get misty ... one way or another, his writing will touch you.”
- The San Diego Union-Tribune

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New York Times bestselling author and humorist Lewis Grizzard, self-proclaimed "true son of the red clay whose granddaddy once owned the egg-suckingest dog in Coweta County," leads us on a warm, sensitive, and very funny journey through the soul of his beloved South in his first published book, Kathy Sue Loudermilk, I Love You.

This was Grizzard's first published book and returns to print in eBook format after being out of print for more than 25 years.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148500667
  • Publisher: Green E-Books
  • Publication date: 10/23/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 191,047
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Lewis Grizzard was a New York Times best-selling author of more than two dozen books and an American humorist. He started his writing career as a sportswriter and editor for newspapers before becoming the sports editor of the Atlanta Journal by the age of 23. However, Grizzard was most well known for his humorous columns about the South in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He later moved into syndication and his regular columns were read all across the country.
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  • Posted February 7, 2014

    Good Read

    I did not know what kind of a book that this was. My daughter enlightened me that Lewis Grizzard was a humorist. The book is little snippets of his life. Some humorous and some serious. A good read to have in the wings when reading a lengthy novel. I found that I could
    read it and put it down at will, and never miss a beat. I think that I
    will read some more of his musings.

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