Redneck Goddess

A hilarious romp with a quirky Georgia family determined to stick to it’s “old south” ways.

How a good ole girl from Noisy Creek Georgia ended up with a gorgeous Latin from The Republic of Panama is still a mystery to most of my kinfolk. Hell, some days even I can’t sort through the twists and turns, bad choices and undeserved blessings that brought me here. Of course, a good many of my family would have you believe the joining of a redneck goddess and a dark skinned foreigner is a good bit closer to curse than it is to blessing.

Well, times they are a changing but it does take a mighty powerful push to get the wheels moving and the engine of progress engaged in rural Georgia.

Think of my home town as a fine looking, hard working mule who has worked the same field all his life. This here mule knows every rock and each spot of sandy soil in his domain, can predict an afternoon shower when dawn is still a fine golden promise on the horizon. This son of a jackass is right where he belongs. He knows his place in the world. Now let us introduce into the life of this fine ass a great green Harvester tractor with all the disk harrows and plough blades invented in the last fifty years by men intent on forcing the earth to yield up a crop…

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Praise for Redneck Goddess:

“Foster is one of the funniest and most talented writers to come along in years.”

–Velda Brotherton, Author

“Pam Foster possesses a wonderful way of building fiction with words. You will drop into her narration which is funny enough to laugh out loud while reading her great book. The dialogue will take you back to the last of the good ole boys and gals in town. Only a few have her talents at making such turns — don’t miss the ground swell she’s written for your entertainment. ”

–Dusty Richards, Author


2 Responses to Redneck Goddess

  1. Emily says:

    First of all, I loved your book and I am so excited to have stumbled across your blog!! As an aspiring writer, I have been looking to honest down-to-earth with a flare writing to gather tips and information from. Thank you so much for writing!!!

    • I’m happy you enjoyed the book. Which novel did you read, Bigfoot Blues or Redneck Goddess? Welcome to the world of writing! I’m always glad to help new writers. I’m doing a little book tour in Humboldt County, California at the moment, so I’m slow getting to my mail. But I’ll get back to you if you have questions. Honest.

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