Tag Archives: Southern Sunday

A Southern Christmas

Okay, I know it’s not Sunday, but it is almost  Christmas so I’m sharing a wonderful article written by Alle Wells, our Southern Sunday Feature Writer. I read this story and nodded along with each and every sentence. Yes, I know I’ll overindulge, but that’s okay. I promise to go back to healthy eating as of […]

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SOUTHERN SUNDAY

Welcome to a very special Southern Sunday…Author Alle Wells is treating us to an excerpt from her latest novel “Leaving Serenity” and get this…This fabulous read will be available for a  FREE download on Amazon November 6-8, so mark your calendars and be sure to grab a copy.  Can Dreams Really Come True? Ask Nikky in Leaving […]

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TAKING TIME TO ENJOY

SOUTHERN SUNDAY by Alle Wells Step Back To A Simpler Time…. Every North Carolinian knows that October is a great time to head down to the coast for a little fishing. The incoming nor’easters kick up a breeze and send scads of fish to the shores of the barrier islands. For generations, tired tobacco farmers […]

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SOUTHERN FRIED GENIUS

WELCOME TO ANOTHER SOUTHERN SUNDAY…This week Alle has a real treat for you, it’s a sneak peek into Pamela King Cable’s new book Televenge,  which Alle believes will be a smash hit…so settle back and enjoy sharing her thoughts.  SOUTHERN SUNDAY by Alle Wells I recently had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Pamela King […]

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SOUTHERN HISTORY…WE CATER TO COTTON

IT’S A SOUTHERN SUNDAY AND TODAY AUTHOR ALLE WELLS IS TAKING US ALONG AS SHE VISITS A COTTON MILL FROM YESTERYEAR, So settle down, put your feet up and be glad it’s Sunday as we take a look at the history of a North Carolina Cotton Mill Note…author Alle Wells novel about the Mill People of North Carolina […]

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SAVORING SUMMER FLOWERS

Welcome to another Southern Sunday by Author Alle Wells…when it comes to all things Southern, Alle, a North Carolina gal knows what she is talking about and every week she takes us on a wonderful journey into her world…a world a little less harried, one with a lot more smiles and plenty of time to stop […]

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SAVORING SUMMER FRUITS

Welcome to another Southern Sunday by Alle Wells – if like me, you are enjoying Alle’s stories of Southern Living, why not stop over at new website and say hi – here is her website http://allewells.com/  You can also find Alle on Facebook, Goodreads and Twitter. Follow her everywhere and you’re sure to delight in looking […]

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SAVORING SUMMER VEGGIES

Here’s another Southern Sunday by  Author Alle Wells and once again she is enchanting us with her glimpses into Southern living. I especially got a kick out of her reference to Tomato Sandwiches – because when I was a child we’d visit an aunt who lived on a farm and my favorite thing was to take a loaf […]

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THE WANING OF SUMMER

Welcome to another Southern Sunday and the first in September’s Savoring Summer Series by Alle Wells…  There’s a lot to like about Sunday in the South and this month author Alle Wells is sharing some of her favorites here on Words, Wit and Wisdom. Be sure to come back every Sunday for another sweet surprise. The Waning […]

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ROMANCING THE SOUTH

ALLE WELLS IS HERE TODAY WITH ANOTHER SOUTHERN SUNDAY…and this time she is discussing one of our favorite subjects – books!  I’m honored to be part of her story, but no, I did not put her up to this – Alle writes her column independently – I choose neither the subject matter nor the the […]

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THE TOBACCO HARVEST

IT’S A SOUTHERN SUNDAY…So settle down with a cool glass of iced tea and get ready for another wonderful story by Contributing Editor, Alle Wells.. I loved visiting my grandmother’s farm during the long summer days of my childhood. The early morning dew sprinkled the blades of grass felt moist between my bare toes. The […]

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