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by Sandra Chastain,Debra Dixon,Virginia Ellis,Nancy Knight,Deborah Smith

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A collective novel details the lives of the residents of Mossy Creek, from the rambunctious patrons of O'Day's Pub and Mama's All You Can Eat Cafe, to a sharp-tongued gossip columnist.

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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 th. .

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.

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Welcome back to Mossy Creek-the warm-hearted but stubborn residents of the small town whose mott. Books related to Reunion At Mossy Creek. Summer In Mossy Creek.

Электронная книга "Blessings Of Mossy Creek", Karen White, Debra Dixon, Virginia Ellis, Sandra Chastain, Rita Herron, Gayle Trent, Missy Tippens

Электронная книга "Blessings Of Mossy Creek", Karen White, Debra Dixon, Virginia Ellis, Sandra Chastain, Rita Herron, Gayle Trent, Missy Tippens. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Blessings Of Mossy Creek" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Book 4 in The Mossy Creek Hometown Series. Welcome back to Mossy Creek, the small southern village you'll want to call home. Virginia Ellis, Sandra Chastain, Deborah Smith, Martha Shields, Debra Dixon. The good-hearted citizens of Mossy Creek, Georgia, are in a mood to count their blessings. As autumn gilds the mountains, town gossip columnist Katie Bell has persuaded Creekites to confess their joys, troubles, and gratitudes.

Award-winning authors Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Virginia Ellis, Nancy Knight and Donna Ball (Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes) now blend their unique voices in a collective novel about the South, the first in a series set in the fictional mountain town of Mossy Creek, Georgia. So welcome to Mossy Creek, the town that insists it "Ain't goin' nowhere, and don't want t.

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Quashant
I found this book to be interesting because when I began reading it, I thought it would be a combined anthology of stories that all fed off of one another and created a book as a whole that flowed together. Instead, I felt the writing was really good and the stories alone were pretty solid, but as for combining them, they would not make much sense. When the book is titled with one single title and all of the stories must conform to fit under that one title, I just felt they should have connected together easier. I struggled with giving this book a three or four star and eventually decided on four, as it was a fine example of writing, even if it was a little confusing. I think if you are to pick up this book knowing that the stories do not link together like connect the dots, then you will most likely enjoy this book.
Vuzahn
The first book of the Mossy Creek series. A small southern town filled with people who know everybody else's business.

This is a nice cozy type of story. It is a feel good type of book. Don't expect a lot of conflict. It isn't a quick read and will be a good book that will last you quite a while.

Each chapter of the book is about a different person living in Mossy Creek. The first chapter didn't really capture me. That took until the second chapter. I just wasn't a big fan of Ida. But the other characters were wonderful. So if the first chapter doesn't grab your attention give another Mossy Creekite a chance, they may have a better connection to you.

The reason why I took off a star for this book was because of the ending. It leaves you hanging more than I like. You have to buy the second book to get the answer of the town's big mystery. They didn't need to do that. I would have bought the next book anyway just because I enjoyed the town and it's people so much I would like to learn more about them.
Munigrinn
I give kudos to the incredibly talented writers as well as their detail-oriented editor for keeping everybody's lives straight in Mossy Creek. This book starts with Ida Hamilton Walker as a little girl. I started reading it, thinking it would largely be about her. While she was one of the main characters, the writers did a beautiful job of introducing the other residents of Mossy Creek & the surrounding towns chapter by chapter. Each life seems seamlessly woven into the next and the next until you have this beautiful tapestry; giving you a complete picture of the southern mountain town. I fell in love with each character almost instantly, laughed out loud several times & felt like I shared in their sadness as if I had transformed into a resident of Mossy Creek myself.

I have also read Reunion at Mossy Creek and thought it to be consistent with this book. There is an introduction of even more characters, satisfying follow-ups on the characters originally introduced and a great mystery all wrapped into one book. I can't wait to read the next one in this series, Summer in Mossy Creek.
ZEr0
I truly enjoyed this book. The premise is that of a Mossy Creek woman corresponding with a British relative who is trying to uncover the stories behind her American relatives. Mossy Creek is a small town where everyone bands together against the rival town, Bigelow. Talk about a feud! Each chapter tells the story of a different set of characters through the point of view of one Mossy Creekite. The characters and stories we are told are thoroughly engaging. However, keeping this from being a 5 star review, is the fact that what strings the stories together is very weak, and at times really a stretch. This was the part that could be totally discarded, leaving the reader to read only the stories without the "connectors".

The stories are humorous, touching, outlandish, and real. If you don't believe me, read them for yourself. I think you'll come back and agree!
SadLendy
This is one of many free books I've picked up on my Kindle, although it's no longer free.

This one, like many of them, is the first in a series. The idea is to hook you in so you'll buy the others. Sometimes it works; sometimes it doesn't.

For me, this one dose of Mossy Creek is enough. They're pleasant enough, the people of Mossy Creek, but quickly forgettable, and with so many truly great books out there, why spend money on a series I know to be middling?

If you enjoy the small town, "everyone knows your business" kind of atmosphere in a book, this one may be just your speed. The revolving cast of characters will either make your head spin or keep you fully engaged with Mossy Creek. I enjoyed the book, and wouldn't have been upset to pay $7 for it, but I won't be picking up the sequels.
Kajishakar
I fell in love with Mossy Creek. Every story reveals a deeper, more shimmering facet of Southern small town life. Eccentric characters in all their zany glory, their loves, feuds, heartbreaks, triumphs, tears, and joys.
Bluecliff
This book reminded me a little of the Mitford series, full of vignettes of small-town life, not really about too much of anything and yet charming and sweet. One difference is that in this book, each chapter was a separate story profiling a different character in the town. The stories did build on each other, layering different elements of the town, presenting a variety of facets until a rich tapestry is completed of Mossy Creek. Since there is some overlap of characters, you learn more about some of the characters in later chapters. It's an easy read, but entertaining and relaxing.
From the get-go, I was in love with this book! When I read, "Ain't goin' nowhere and don't want to," I knew this was a book for me! Each chapter is another peek into the lives of the people of Mossy Creek, GA. And boy-howdy what a charming cast of characters they are! It was fun to read how their lives all twist and turn and how they all run together. It was as though they had written this book about my own hometown. Charming little book. Highly recommended. I purchased all the rest of the series...I hope I'll like those as well!