Thursday, November 12, 2015

Fannie Flagg's "A Redbird Christmas"

Have you read "A Redbird Christmas" by Fannie Flagg?

She's the same author who wrote "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe."

I saw the movie of the latter and it was super. Loved it.

Anyway, "A Redbird Christmas" is also a great read.  

It's the kind of book you wish you could read all night until finished.  However, it would be too hard to get up in the morning!

It's a very unique story with a feel good ending. Don't want to give any more of it away.

It even has several recipes at the end!

HAVE YOU READ "A Redbird Christmas?"


Rick Watson said...

I love Fannie. She's from a little town not far from where I live here in Alabama.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

No, I haven't read it. I love books about Christmas during the holidays!

marianne said...

I have not read "A Redbird Christmas", but would love too. Will have to see if the library has a copy. Glad it has a happy ending. Somber November calls for happy endings....

Chatty Crone said...

I have not read A Redbird Christmas - I did see Fried Green Tomatoes and loved it - Towanda!

Bookie said...

I read and liked this book. I used to love Christmas stories during the season. But last few years I found too many well known authors hacking out bland and empty stuff for their publishers to profit from rather than producing a good story. If you have not read Small Change: The Secret Life of Penny Burford by J. Belinda Yandell give it a try. I also always love reading the Capote duo The Thanksgiving Visitor (I think) and A Christmas Memory some time in November and December.

Nellie said...

Another one to add to my list! I haven't read this one!

Lady Linda said...

WOW....need to track down this one Susan. It looks good. Thanks for sharing this with us.

Susan said...

Welcome to Sandra from My Linen Embroidery. She is this blog's newest Follower. She lives in North Dakota. Thanks for Following, Sandra. Hope, so much, you stop by often.

Hope all readers are having a good day or evening! Hugs to all. Susan

All4 Barbie said...

Hello from Spain: I also saw the movie and I adore. I did not know this book. I read that you like. Fabulous tip. Keep in touch

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