Sean of the South: Volume 1 ePUB ✓ the South: Epub

Sean of the South: Volume 1 [Read] ➵ Sean of the South: Volume 1 Author Sean Dietrich – Thomashillier.co.uk The first volume of a collection of short stories by Sean Dietrich, a writer, humorist, and novelist, known for his commentary on life in the American South His humor and short fiction appear in vario The first volume of a the South: Epub Þ collection of short stories by Sean Dietrich, a writer, humorist, and novelist, known for his commentary on life in the American South His humor and short fiction appear in various publications throughout the Southeast.


10 thoughts on “Sean of the South: Volume 1

  1. Ange H Ange H says:

    A quick, feel good read This is a collection of musings or vignettes based on the premise that even though the we seem to be on a slow road to hell, the world is actually still full of good people doing kind things Each story is exactly two pages long, and they are best enjoyed slowly, a few at a time I smiled, cried, and occasionally rolled my eyes But I felt happy and hopeful at the end and wished there wereof them.


  2. Sheuringd1988 Sheuringd1988 says:

    Slices of LifeVery short slice of life pieces that are familiar to anyone growing up or living in the Deep South I thoroughly enjoyed reading these essays and will definitely look for other books by the same author.


  3. RachelW (BamaGal) RachelW (BamaGal) says:

    I had the pleasure of hearing the author speak recently at my high school and thoroughly enjoyed him His humor is along the lines of the late great Erma Bombeck and Lewis Grizzard I had so much fun with these stories Granted, not every single one if them were winners but they were all satisfying Many were touching as well as humorous These are a collection of selected columns written by the author and published in newspapers across the southeast USslices of life in the south and partic I had the pleasure of hearing the author speak recently at my high school and thoroughly enjoyed him His humor is along the lines of the late great Erma Bombeck and Lewis Grizzard I had so much fun with these stories Granted, not every single one if them were winners but they were all satisfying Many were touching as well as humorous These are a collection of selected columns written by the author and published in newspapers across the southeast USslices of life in the south and particularly Alabama


  4. Terri Milstead Terri Milstead says:

    I really loved this collection of brief, humorous, and touching observations on life in the south with such brilliant, colorful descriptions that it makes this part time pastor a little envious of his writing Thank, you, very, much, Sean a whole lot Lying is wrong.


  5. Madyson Madyson says:

    I love Sean Dietrich I may be a tad bit bias as I live and roam the same parts as him, but reading his description of the South just makes my heart warm.


  6. Tara Tara says:

    Sean Dietrich is one of my favorite new authors I first started following him on social media, but thought it would be great to actually read his books Dietrich s first book is a myriad of short stories that range from peanuts in Coca Cola to the after life of squirrels Many of his stories remind me of my own childhood hometown and family antics It was a quick, though entertaining read I ll definitely be reading the rest of his books.


  7. Dawn Dawn says:

    A collection of short stories about life in the South that reads, to me,like blog posts than short stories These are really fast reads, and if you ve had any experience in the South, or really, in any small town, you re going to recognize people and situations I read it in one sitting, laughing all the way through.


  8. Tricia Harper Tricia Harper says:

    An antidote for today s heartacheYou need this dose of good truth Give your weary heart some smiles, some tears and some breathing through pursed lips while saying, whew Genuine, and kind.


  9. Shane Perry Shane Perry says:

    I bought this book on a whim I found it in the humor section and I m generally a fan of Southern set stories being an Alabamian Sadly, I didn t love this as much as I d like to Sean Dietrich tells some interesting stories that capture the culture of small town southern life well, but almost every story ends with some sappy sentiment that you d find in the worst of greeting cards The final three stories, each longer than the others in the book, are when Sean s writing really starts to shine I bought this book on a whim I found it in the humor section and I m generally a fan of Southern set stories being an Alabamian Sadly, I didn t love this as much as I d like to Sean Dietrich tells some interesting stories that capture the culture of small town southern life well, but almost every story ends with some sappy sentiment that you d find in the worst of greeting cards The final three stories, each longer than the others in the book, are when Sean s writing really starts to shine If his other books in the series arelike that, I ll give them a shot The man has a good sense of humor, but he s a tad too sentimental about the dumbest stuff


  10. Joy Rancatore Joy Rancatore says:

    If you receive Sean Dietrich s daily dose of humor, reflection and all things Southern in your inbox, then you already know if you like his tales or not.Tall tales, written with few words and spiced to perfection like the boiled peanuts we all know and love so much, these little bites are perfect for light reads when you have just a couple of minutes or don t want to be weighed down with hard, heavy topics.Or, when you re in need of reading material in the bathroom I feel like Sean would agree.


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