First Hand Humor As any writer or performer will tell you, comedy is the most difficult of arts and skills. Cappy Hall Rearick's first hand knowledge of Southerners makes her stories ring with authentic humor and her obvious love of the characters she creates fills those stories with lots of fun and a subtle compassion.
Mary Stripling, Atlanta, Georgia
Move on over! Move over Ya Ya Sisters, Steel Magnolias and Fried Green Tomatoes. Cappy Hall Rearicks characters come alive and the reader is swept along on their journey. This author is gem. Her sentences crackle with smart talk. Her sense of humor and honest observations are priceless. Its a must read for anyone who enjoys sharp, witty writing.
Carolyn B. Fox, Tarzana, California
From a true lady of the South comes poignant, humorous, and nostalgia glimpses of Southern roots. It is a meandering down memory lane from an author who knows what meaning being a southerner is all about.
Sheila Hudson, Author
Reading Cappy Hall Rearick brings to mind Faulkner, Caldwell, even Capote. Her books embody an even older literary tradition that stretches all the way back to Dickens. Rearick's characters each carry deep flaws, some of them in the extreme, but all are believable.
Henry Mitchell, Author
Rearick’s books grip me from the first page until the very last. Her writing is captivating. Her character descriptions are vivid and well defined. Rearick emotionally draws the reader in yet always leaves the reader with the feeling that virtue and hope will succeed. She is an excellent Southern writer.
Jack Blanton, Fan
Cappy Hall Rearick is a great Southern author and humorist. She avoids melodrama and writes with rich textures and colors, creating her world in 3D.
Joan Spellman, Author
Rearick’s books are filled with humor and poignancy and hold the reader’s interest from start to finish.
Laverne H. Bardy, Syndicated Columnist
Cappy Hall Rearick has an impressive talent for drawing readers in and getting us to recall our own memories of close friends and fun adventures. There are so many things to like about her writing: first of all, her warmth and humor.
B. Sullivan, Fan
Author Cappy Hall Rearick is a prolific columnist, humorist, and muse of all things Southern. Her characters are unforgettable, the drama is almost unbearable, but you have to keep reading.
Louis N. Gruber, Fan

Maybe you'll laugh, maybe you'll cry, but you'll most certainly feel the spirit of the South as you mosey down the uncommon ground with this award winning author, Cappy Hall-Rearick - the new voice of the South.

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October 2016

Well! Shut My Mouth

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“Lucy, you got some ‘splainin’ to do!” A ton of tourists are waiting in line for a table at the [...]

September 2016

I Pray To Erma

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The other day, I dug out some of my old report cards. I had to laugh at the comments added [...]

A Witch For All Seasons

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“Eve nibbled on the apple because the serpent promised it would make her smart. If he had said, ‘It will [...]

July 2016

The Flaming Hooker Lives On

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  Newspaper ink was in my blood from the time I was just a girl. Even before I could read, [...]

June 2016

Mama, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys

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"Cowboys like smoky pool rooms, clear mountain mornings, warm puppies and children, girls of the night. Them that don't know [...]

The Fifteen Minute Window

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“Now learn a parable of the fig tree; when his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know [...]

I Woof For Coon Dog Day

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When Babe and I discovered Saluda, North Carolina, we bought a house. Saluda is a dear little town and what [...]

Big Red Is Gone

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Babe has been in a funk for days, slumping around the house, gazing out the window and picking at his [...]

It’s The Pits

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Mary Sue’s princess training took place back in the Sixties. At that time, Heloise was the Dr. Phil of housewifery, [...]

Squatter’s Rights: 138 Lowman Street

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I lived here once, in a house on this site. Nothing left now but a pile of bricks and one [...]