I Aint Even Lyin: The Lost Art of Southern Story Tellin

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 112 pages
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Pull up a chair around our campfire and let your imagination soar like the embers from our fire. We'll take you on journeys down the river and through the woods, but you won't end up at Grandma's house. You'll encounter gators and mules and bears, oh my! Feel the wind, smell the river and hear the footsteps of what's creeping up behind you. As you explore each chapter we guarantee with each twist and turn you will not know what is coming up next in these original stories.
 

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Scott is a native of the Florida Panhandle where he lives with his wife Robin and their four children. His love for hunting and fishing combined with his ability as an artist and story teller inspired him to start writing his first book. His unorthodox style is fun for young and old alike. His stories come from both his own experiences in the outdoors and what he has gleaned from others.

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