Book: Southern Fried Women by Pamela King Cablecategories: Book, Southern Fiction, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction, Coming of Age, Segregation, Southern Gothic, Civil Rights, Paranormal, Super Natural, Child Abuse, Christian Fiction, Short Stories
Pamela King Cableabout this book: A collection of short stories, Southern Fried Women consists of themes ranging from flea markets to coal mine strikes to the paranormal sightings of many southern women. It speaks of wounds, joys, and sacrifices experienced by women who waxed strong in the winds of adversity and emerged bruised but miraculously unbroken. This is not another sugary-sweet book of southern stories, but one of grit, and gumption, and the gallantry found deep within the souls of southern women.
• "If you don't find yourself devouring this delicious book of stories … then you are not a Southern Fried Woman (or Man). After laughing and crying your way through this collection, you will eagerly await new offerings from this talented author!"
— Cassandra King Conroy, Bestselling author of Making Waves, Same Sweet Girls, and The Sunday Wife
• "Pamela King Cable is one of those infrequent writers who can bring reality to fictional characters so strong that you'd swear you had encountered them in you own life's history. Southern Fried Women will leave the reader looking forward to more from this accomplished, imaginative, skilled, and entertaining author!"
— Midwest Book Review
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