Mt. Yonah Book Exchange in Cleveland Georgia. I bring in books I read for a credit and exchange or purchase other books at a discount. I've grown tired of murder mysteries and asked the owner, Ellen, for a recommendation on historical novels with human interest. She steered me to books by Ferrol Sams, 1927-2013, a physician and writer from Georgia. I started with Run with the Horsemen, his first semi-autobiographical novel, and am thoroughly enjoying it. It's set in the Piedmont during the depression and is written from a young boys perspective.
"It's cold in dem dar hills", might be a line you'd read in the book. I can almost see myself reading all the books Sams has written. Knowing myself that's a scary thought. Ha. Can a person change that much this late in life? Hope y'all (Southern is rubbing off on me) are keeping warm. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.