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eBook Summer in Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek Hometown Series) ePub
Author: Deborah Smith
Language: English
ISBN: 0425196798
ISBN13: 978-0425196793
Publisher: Berkley (June 1, 2004)
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 755
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ePub file: 1749 kb
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Summer in Mossy Creek.

Summer in Mossy Creek. The writers who contribute their voices to the Mossy Creek Hometown Series think of themselves as The Mossy Creek Storytelling Club, and they tell these Creekite tales with a true love for the town and its quirky people. So pull up a chair on our porch, sip some iced tea, enjoy the sweet whisper of the creek and the view of the Southern mountains, and join us for a warm, poignant, funny, crazy summer in Mossy Creek.

9 primary works, 9 total works. Shelve Summer in Mossy Creek. A Day in Mossy Creek. Maybe it's the post-New Year's boredom.

Book 5 of 9 in the Mossy Creek Series.

Summer in Mossy Creek featuring the voices of Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Martha Shields, and . Books for People with Print Disabilities. by. Smith, Deborah, 1955-. American Novel And Short Story, Fiction, Fiction - General, General, Humorous, Urban Life, City and town life, Large type books. Detroit : Thorndike Press featuring the voices of Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Martha Shields, and others. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on September 29, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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The mossy creek hometown series. At Home in Mossy Creek. Deborah Smith, The Crossroads Cafe. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. Maybe it’s the post-New Year’s boredom. Maybe it’s the cold, frisky air. Whatever the cause, the citizens of Mossy Creek seem determined to get into trouble on a clear winter day in mid-January. Police Chief Amos Royden and his loyal officers, Mutt and Sandy, can barely keep up with the calls. Sweet Tea & Jesus Shoes. More Sweet Tea. On Grandma’s Porch. Other books by Deborah Smith.

Praise for the Mossy Creek Hometown Series. Marie Barnes, former First Lady of Georgia. Mitford meets Mayberry in the first book of this innovative and warmhearted new series from BelleBooks. Cleveland Daily Banner, Cleveland, Tennessee. MOSSY CREEK is as much fun as a cousin reunion; like sipping ice cold lemonade on a hot summer’s afternoon. Hire me a moving van, it’s the kind of town where everyone wishes they could live. Debbie Macomber, NYT bestselling author. SUMMER IN MOSSY CREEK takes you to a land that time has not forgotten, but has embraced. Jackie K. Cooper, WMAC-AM, Macon, GA. Colorfully and cleverly portrayed.

Welcome to Mossy Creek, your home town. You'll find a friendly face at every window, and a story behind every door. Welcome to Mossy Creek, your home town. We've got a mayor who cleans her own gun, and a Police Chief who doesn't need one.

People are like that in Mossy Creek

People are like that in Mossy Creek. Award winning authors Debra Dixon, Donna Ball, Sandra Chastain, Virginia Ellis, Nancy Knight, and Deborah Smith (Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes) come together once again to blend their unique southern voices into a collection of tales about the South, this time focusing their talents on the fictional town of Mossy Creek, Georgia. Chances are, you'll recognize it. But even if you don't, you'll want to come back, again and again. So welcome to Mossy Creek, the town that ain't going nowhere and don't want to. show more.

Cirque d'Europa is stranded in Mossy Creek, and Creekites find themselves hosting some very strange characters with romantic problems of their ow. She writes under her own name as well as under the pseudonyms Jackie Leigh and Jacqueline Lennox. She has written around forty novels indcluding A Place to Call Home and When Venus Fell, which both received awards from Romantic Times magazine. She also won a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine.

Featuring works by Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Anne Bishop, and others, a richly textured collection of stories, filled with laughter, love, and heartbreak, centers around the small Southern town of Mossy Creek and introduces readers to an unforgettable cast of characters, including the feuding Bigelow and Hamilton families. Reprint.
After reading "Mossy Creek" and "Reunion at Mossy Creek," I was extremely disappointed in this book. The first 2 books were charming, sad, and funny. The characters' lives were interwoven and real. I really felt connected to them and their experiences. The characters in this book, however, are not real. They are not interconnected. The authors' do mention some of the main Mossy Creekite characters (the mayor and her son, the police chief, etc) and locals ( The Naked Bean, the bakery, the town square, etc.), but somehow most of the stories come up lacking. MANY new characters are introduced and never mentioned again. A few stories are heartwarming, but most felt forced or unreal. Additionally, Mossy Creek's gossip columnist's correspondence with Lady Victoria in Great Britain feels stilted, as if a few letters were put in here and there in order to make this a "real" Mossy Creek book. Perhaps the problem is that many of the authors for this book are not the same as those of the 1st two books....
Though I like Deborah Smith's later series books (Crossroads Cafe, for one) better, the Mossy Creek series is homey and comfortable with the characters it develops. It has less literary conflict than most of Smith's novels and has no clear protagonists/antagonists, but is a gentle summer read nevertheless. Must read ALL the Mossy Creek series if you are a Smith fan!
Another good read from all. Can't wait to finish this series but I'm sure I'll want more of the trials and tribulations of Mossy Creek and it's inhabitants.
I loved each one of these books so much! I learned so much from these remarkable characters!!! You will laugh and cry happy tears, and each book will make you feel good about yourself! These people are so wonderful. They all stick up for each other and I love the gun-carrying mayor Ida!! She makes all women proud!!! YOU MUST READ THIS SERIES!!!!!
The third book in the Mossy Creek series presents far deeper stories than most of the others, the last one in the book is particularly heart-warming and is a real tear-jerker. You will see many familiar faces and a bunch of new ones. I reccommend you read Mossy Creek and Reunnion in Mossy Creek first. Although this book is not as good as Reunion at Mossy Creek, I reccommend it to anyone who likes compilation stories.
If you like one Deborah Smith book you'll like them all!
These series of Mossy Creek books make me feel happy.
One of our favorites in the Mossy Creek series. We have enjoyed them all, but this one even more so than most..
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