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I have been following this author’s blog for a long time. I don’t know how many times I’ve thought, “this woman needs to write a book.” FINALLY, she has! “Everything Smells Just Like Poke Salad” is everything I would have imagined. Mandy Smith

Follower

The author transitions smoothly from one story to the next, one emotion to another. David Paley

Amazon Customer

Loved every word of this charming story. I couldn’t put it down, but didn’t want it to end. Found it from reading Linda’s blog Nutsrok.wordpress.com . So happy to know there are sequels to look forward to. Encouraging to know hard times don’t have to be soul-crushing. Marilyn S. Grisham

R.N.

This is a delightful read full of quirky characters living through the depression in the American southern states. A true memoir written by a lady, now 93, with her daughter. Told from the perspective of Kathleen from her earliest years, it takes the reader back to a time when people didn’t realize the meaning of poverty and children were seen and not heard. Books R Best

Reviewer

You will want to know these folks, and follow them through adventures that helped them survive such a difficult time. Paper dolls cut from Sears & Roebuck catalogs, sack-feed dresses, tin can pin curls, homemade everything. Sacrifice with a sense of humor and love of family. It tells a story we all need to hear. J.A.S.

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