Praise for Southern Fried Women

“With a clear Southern voice and a remarkable gift of storytelling, Pamela King Cable has crafted a masterful collection of short stories. In themes ranging from flea markets to coal mine strikes, Southern Fried Women speaks of the wounds, joys, and sacrifices experienced by women who held strong in the winds of adversity and emerged bruised but miraculously unbroken. Each story is as thought-provoking as it is beautifully written.”
— Beth Hoffman, author, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

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“The stories from Southern Fried Women represent the invisible people who pass through our lives. As an author, Pam bravely captures the heart of southern life rarely observed.”
— Alle Wells, Romancing the South

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“Pamela King Cable is one of those infrequent writers who can bring reality to fictional characters so strong that you’d swear you had encountered them in your own life’s history. Southern Fried Women will leave the reader looking forward to more from this accomplished, imaginative, skilled, and entertaining author!”
— Midwest Book Review

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“Cable does a good job of portraying Southern women as strong, determined, and family oriented. Whether a Beach Baby or a Mobile Home Queen, the Southern woman is a survivor.”
— ForeWord Reviews (Read the entire review)

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“Southern Fried Women features a selection of short stories with an extremely strong Southern voice. Author, Pamela King Cable, has a definitive style that is both appealing and a pleasure to read. She created characters that are compelling and skillfully drawn, making the reader want to learn more about them. Cable’s voice rings through, without being intrusive or overwhelming. Her characters speak naturally and seem true to their age, setting, time period and personality. The physical volume is very attractively packaged. The front cover photograph is very fun and certain to lure readers into picking up the book. The interior photographs were a lovely added touch as were the short story titles. That said Cable’s Southern voice and appealing writing style is sure to appeal to readers.”
— Writer’s Digest

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“If you don’t find yourself devouring this delicious book of stories, by Pamela King Cable, then you are not a Southern Fried Woman (or Man.) After laughing and crying your way through this collection, you will eagerly await new offerings from this talented writer!”
— Cassandra King, author
Making Waves, Queen of Broken Hearts, and The Same Sweet Girls