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Greetings from Popcorn Mountain By Linda Freed
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They say life is quiet in the mountains of North Carolina, but don’t tell that to the ladies of the Hump-N-Holler Quilting Ring. When not putting together the greatest quilts ever assembled,... More > these nine women have plenty to gossip about. From the octogenarian sisters who start their own phone sex line to the disastrous results of Toots Lee’s latest attempt at moonshining, there is enough happening on Popcorn Mountain to keep the girls chatting for ages. Enchanted by the natural beauty of Appalachia, the newest member of the Hump finds herself immersed in Southern culture and baring witness to elders who refuse to roll over and die. Look closely into the mountain and you will find so much: liquor tasting, pole dancing, and even romance. Join the ladies of the Hump and see for yourself.< Less
Here among the Shadows: Ghostly experiences in Southeast Kentucky By Winston H. Wilson Jr
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A recollection of the author's experience with the supernatural in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Here among the Shadows: Ghostly experiences in Southeast Kentucky By Winston H. Wilson Jr
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A recollection of the author's experience with the supernatural in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
The Beast in the Heavens By Joshua Enos
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A small collection of poems by Appalachian artist Joshua Enos.
app-UH-latch-UH: Myths and Monsters By Kristen Puckett
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Deep within the foggy mountains and lush forests of Appalachia, mysterious creatures lurk. These abnormal, fantastical, and extraterrestrial beasts have inspired hundreds of stories throughout the... More > region, some dating back to the early 19th century. Most of these legends are still recounted to this day. Storytelling is an essential aspect of Appalachian culture. "App-UH-latch-UH: Myths and Monsters" (named after the locals' pronunciation of the word) is a book dedicated to the culture, its people, and its traditions. App-UH-latch-UH is a whimsically illustrated book about monsters from the Appalachian region, but also serves as a highly-detailed coloring book built for hours of entertainment. View and learn about local monsters like Mothman, Wampus Cat, and the Snallygaster through 35 full-page coloring pages, 6 regional maps (featuring documented wildlife), 1 mini coloring page, and a short story about each in a softcover, 100 pg. book.< Less
Four Years on Nob Ridge By Tony Nelson
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Join author Tony Nelson as he relives his first four years in the Appalachian Mountains hiking, writing and living his dream life.
A Diamond in the Rough By Dolores Holstein
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The life story of a daughter who was born to a farmer/coal minor in 1935, one of thirteen children raised in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia.
TALES IN THE LAURELS By CLYDE HOLLIFIELD
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Original, funny Appalachian and Native American stories as told by Clyde Hollifield. Take a trip to the Tribal side, and explore realities you never knew. Learn what strange and unknown things lurk... More > on the edges of our small World views. Experience Tribal humor at its best. IMAGINE THE WORLD AS YOU NEVER KNEW IT.< Less
When Courage Was Common By Danny Dixon
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When Courage Was Common focuses on the courage displayed by our ancestors as they over came the challenges of immigrating to America, living on the Appalachian Frontier - in all its extremes, and in... More > courageously responding when their country called them to defend the frontier region from the French, Shawnee, British, and Cherokee.< Less
When Courage Was Common By Danny Dixon
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When Courage Was Common focuses on the courage displayed by our ancestors as they over came the challenges of immigrating to America, living on the Appalachian Frontier - in all its extremes, and in... More > courageously responding when their country called them to defend the frontier region from the French, Shawnee, British, and Cherokee.< Less