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Grits for the Ribs free pdf Haven't we all met someone with real grit who when they got right down to the nitty gritty of it plugged away until achieving their goal? For Janet Anderson, a lot of that kind of inspiration came from Mud'ear, Big Mama, and Big Daddy Percy. The other kind came when they served farm fresh Mississippi-style buttered grits smothered with blackened catfish and new eggs from the hen house over-easy. This book is about that sort of encouragement. Like grits, it's designed to fortify, inspire, and stick to the ribs. "Take a minute, still yourself and enjoy this gift Janet has shared. Your faith will be deepened, your heart warmed and your mind challenged." -CEO Phyllis Enzor, philanthropist "The honesty of Janet Anderson's writing gives us a profound reminder that our futures, indeed our salvations, are undeniably linked to weighing our past." -Yvonne J. Combs, PhD "GRITS FOR THE RIBS has passion. Janet Anderson has a beautiful sense of memory, which I very much admire." -Mike Bartanen, author "Grits for the Ribs" is uplifting, remarkable and revealing . . . memoir style and poetry. This book casts light on a certain enigmatic South during a pivotal era of history in the United States. One family effects change, while in pursuit of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's promise of a New Deal. There are also heartwarming real-life stories about phenomenal folk, with irrepressible grit and resiliency of spirit, as well as testimony and poetry. This is a special book. We must all determine our good futures, and forge it as well, whatever obstacles life brings. "Grits for the Ribs" is sprinkled throughout with dreams and Wonder Bread, from fishing at La Push to throwing bumble bee bombs on Brother. It will illuminate, intrigue, hearten and, above all, fuel the imagination of everyone who reads it. Feel free to invite friends, ample helpings are available. These grits nourish the soul.

About Janet Anderson

JANET ANDERSON, a financial advisor, franchise owner, author, mother, and grandmother, has been a "gift of helps" with an innovative personality on overdrive for a while. She helps clients to achieve their financial goals, including a confident retirement, through personal planning and advice. She has also warmed the hearts of audiences for years through her poetry, short-stories, plays, and testimony. Her recent work, including "Grits for the Ribs" and new release "Big Daddy Percy" marks her debut as an author. Janet earned a BBA, Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland, Washington. She was born in Prentiss, Mississippi- a hop, skip, and jump away from Sumrall. The city where Big Daddy Percy's lyrical adventure begins in Grits for the Ribs. Janet resides in Lakewood, Washington, where she does much of her writing. The family primarily chose Washington as a permanent duty station, due to its educational system."

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Author : Janet Anderson
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 10 December 2014
ISBN : 1495362582
EAN : 9781495362583
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 152 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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