Georgia's Cafe is a little home like café that sits on the end of Main street in a small southern town where every house has a porch and every heart holds a secret. Georgia's Cafe smells of pine cleaner all the time, even over the smell of fried chicken and chittlerlings. Her special cornbread is served with every plate. Georgia puts her everything into making sure the food is some of the best you ever tasted. Not only is the food good, but the atomosphere is one that makes you want to stay long after your meal is done. Georgia's Café where hearts are soothed, burdens are lifted and forgiveness begged for. Georgia finally has her say when she serves up the biggest helping of truth that will connect a group of women in ways they never could have imagined. You learn something new everyday in Georgia's Café. Book 2 in the "Front Porch" series.
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Karen D. Terry grew up in Jamaica Queens, New York and now resides in Southside Virginia. Where she is active in Community Theater and other civic activities. Karen brings historical figures to life with her one woman historical re-enactment productions. She is a fine artist and the creator of a series of prints called "Woman" and "Come Sunday.” Karen is the author of five other books “What B.S. Looks Like On Paper"(The results of Women At The Round Table),"She's Mad!" "Born Into Heaven” and “Step On A Crack.” Karen welcomes your questions and comments. You can reach Karen via email at: email@example.com
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