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A Home in Hopeful - Bette Lee Crosby
A Home in Hopeful
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A e-book short story. Dear Reader, If you’ve read Spare Change, you’ve already met Canasta Jones. In that story she was a woman in her nineties, and blessed with an outlook on life that few come to know. Her ‘down-home’ advice changed the life of Olivia Doyle and brought smiles to countless... show more
A e-book short story.

Dear Reader,
If you’ve read Spare Change, you’ve already met Canasta Jones. In that story she was a woman in her nineties, and blessed with an outlook on life that few come to know. Her ‘down-home’ advice changed the life of Olivia Doyle and brought smiles to countless readers.
I’ve come to realize that Canasta and I are not so different in that we both had a Southern Mama to guide our footsteps and mold us into the women we became. I wrote this short story because I thought you might enjoy hearing Canasta tell about her early years. As for my story, stop by my blog and you’ll catch the bits and pieces of my life that I’m sharing most every day. I’d love to hear from you… Bette Lee
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Format: ebook
Publisher: Bent Pine Publishing
Pages no: 18
Edition language: English
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Lagniappe Literature
Lagniappe Literature rated it
4.5 A HOME IN HOPEFUL by Bette Lee Crosby (Wyattsville #2.5)
I've been wanting to read Bette Lee Crosby's books for quite some time. Have several on my Kindle and Bette was kind enough to send me a copy of Spare Change. Well, now I can't wait to get started. I just finished reading this short-but-sweet prequel in the Wyattsville series, A Home In Hopeful, and...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
5.0 A Home in Hopeful
Sometimes when I read historical fiction, I wonder if I am as soft as I feel I am. Reading how hard these individuals worked and lived just to survive, amazes me very time. As they toiled and labored each day to survive, working from sun-up to sundown to bring food to the table or to help their nei...
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