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    My father always told me to never underestimate anyone and don’t judge a book by its cover This advice from Mr Gelati comes into play with this novel Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility The cover makes it appear to be a cook book of some kind but it is not this is a book that is going to take you into your heart and soul Check out the synopsis of this novel“Live More Laugh Much and Love OftenGrowing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereaux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispensed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And that's just for startersBased on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we share and the stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama said If sense were common everybody would have itOkay I think you got the point and the gist of the book all 76 pages of it Yes it is a possible to go through this uickly but there is too much to absorb to do that You are probably shaking your head and wondering why am I throwing a curve ball at you today I have had this novel for a little while just like I have had the previous book for a bit and believe it or not the next book I have had for a bit to I find for me that books of this ilk are best consumed in pieces not whole and at one time I like to look at the table of contents get the flavor of it hunt and peck a little and then get the true flavor of what it is trying to impart to me I think rip off chunks of it at different times until I have consumed and digested the entire thingGar Fish is a very nice book and one that I think is good to have It brought up points and pointed out things that I just gloss over in everyday life and has made me appreciate things that much This is a good time of year for this book but then again one could make the argument that this is a book that has no time of the year because common sense appreciating the right things are an everyday thing Check this book out and support Alexander Devereux What are you reading today? Check us out and become our friend on Shelfari Linkedin Go to Goodreads and become our friend there and suggest books for us to read and post on You can also follow us on Twitter Wattpad and the Gelati’s Scoop Facebook Fan Page Did you know you can shop directly on by clicking the Banner on our blog? Thanks for stopping by today; We will see you tomorrow Have a great day


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    About the Author Alexander DevereuxAlexander Devereux overcame epilepsy at birth dyslexia and poverty to graduate from college and become a highly successful professional An ordained minister he works in the administrative field of higher education Devereux is at work on his second book a follow up to Gar Fish and Long Gravy He lives in AtlantaGrowing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispensed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And that's just for startersBased on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we share and the stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama said If sense were common everybody would have itGar Fish Long GravyMemoirs of Southern Sensibilityby Alexander DevereuxFormat 6 x 9 paperback cream ISBN 978 1 59800 675 9 Cover Price 1295 Trade Discount 40% Pages 96 Category BODY MIND SPIRIT New Thought Available at Distributed via Ingram Baker Taylor Published by Outskirts Press Inc Full trade discount at Publication Date Jun 30 2010 For information visit Press Inc 10940 S Parker Rd 515 Parker CO 80134 Phone 888 672 6657 Fax 888 208 8601Merged reviewcom Customer Reviews50 out of 5 stars Life meets Spirituality July 4 2010 By ATLien Transcended ATLien Transcended Atlanta GA United States This review is from Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Paperback This is by far one of the best books I have ever read This book was obviously written for everyday people trying to live a life worthy of living It is funny shocking insightful heart wrenching and joyful all at the same time It pulls at your heartstrings; makes you cry; sparks your anger and show you how to heal The characters are very well developed and it puts you in the mood of a down home feel It tells the story of southern culture the tale of truth and the ideology of living life Its spiritual and mother love wisdom alone is a must have for any book collection It is very well thought out extremely well written and has the profound insight of an old soul I find its stories touch your heart and twist the mind keeping you hanging on every word excited and enthralled to find out what happens next This book shows that life is not only meant to be lived to its fullest extent but it also is very much a part of our spiritual learning experience The best way to describe is We are spiritual beings living a human experience in order to learn how to be humane 50 out of 5 stars OMG this book is OUTSTANDING July 5 2010 By Mercer Bear Atlanta GA This review is from Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Paperback When I first saw the book I was like What is Gar Fish and why does this look like a cookbook? Upon reading the first page I was hooked I could not put the book down I was captivated because I found myself relating many of the characters to people in my own family and life Every page keeps the reader engaged in the action of the story and message of the chapter I laughed till my side ached and cried a river of tears because this book is an emotional roller coaster ride What I really love is how each chapter title is an actual uote from his grandmother It is obvious the author poured his heart out in this work and he did an excellent job transferring his grandmother's wisdom to the written word The book is unpredictable when you think you know what is about to happen it takes twist that you would have never expected This book is profoundly disturbing and alarming insightful I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read and loves a terrific story line


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    Think back to age 9 or 10 Most of your friends were probably your own age You worried about who would be your friend and who wouldn't how much homework you had getting allowance money from your parents and all sorts of other nonsense You probably weren't exchanging life lessons with each other you were living in the moment Growing up in Vicksburg Miss 9 year old Alexander Devereux's friends weren't his age in fact most of them were 40 years old and up Looking at that in today's world that might seem strange but in our grandparents' era it was probably pretty normal Those friends and family members passed along a lot of sage advice to Devereux which he used to frame his book Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Devereux came from a time when everyone stuck with their own kind The rich with the rich and the poor with the poor After all why would you want to be with people who aren't like you? But Devereux saw differently It's funny how a child's eyes see only the good in folk I was the good in the businessman and the good in the thug that fixed his car I saw the good in the affluent and the good in their servants I knew nothing of any of the titles and positions established by my family I didn't know of anything but loveA child can always see the good in everyone regardless of race or classA lot of Devereux's time at age 9 was spent in the kitchens of his great grandmamma and grandmamma Lia as a Northerner I'm resisting the urge to write great grandmother basking in the aromas of the food they cooked Food that was cooked with love something I can relate to We all know there is a difference to food that isn't cooked with love it's terribleFrom Grandmamma Devereux learned how to tough it out even in difficult circumstances His Granddaddy was a creature of habit he always wore dress attire and had to have the same breakfast everyday And without fail he was verbally abusive to Lia But grandmamma Lia came from a time when women didn't divorce you found a way to deal with it While Devereux didn't agree with how grandmamma Lia dealt with her life he got the messageMs Peaches 60 was another sage adversary She saw his potential and made sure he knew it every time they spoke It's hard to see or comprehend your future potential at age 9 but he knew it would come trueMs Peaches' words were the true wisdom of the ages You did not doubt what she said and somehow as a child I fully understood what she was saying to me I knew that life for me was gonna be something wonderful preparing me for greater things whether I recognized it as such or notUncle Smiley Ms Annie Laurie and Big Daddy also all played a part in shaping Devereux into the man he is today The lessons they passed along to Devereux give you a deep understanding of Southern culture I wish the book was longer and had a wider age range for Devereux He certainly learned a lot at age nine including how to overcome childhood trauma you'll have to read the book to find out about that one but I wanted to read on how he grew up from his teen years and beyond From what I gather Devereux is working on continuing the story so I'll just have to wait on the next chapterRating Give it a tryNote I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review


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    Ok I have to admit when I got this book in the mail a few days ago I thought to myself i did not reuest a cook book and what is Gar Fish?This book turned out to be wonderful The authors talks to us like easy to understand english about our faith and the answers we are seeking Everyone can relate to this book we have all had issues with worrying love hurt etc This book brings out all the lessons we are looking for


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At's just for starters Based on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we share and the stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama said If sense were common everybody would have it Think back to age 9 or 10 Most of your friends were probably your own age You worried about who would be your friend and who wouldn't how much homework you had getting allowance money from your parents and all sorts of other nonsense You probably weren't exchanging life lessons with each other you were living in the moment Growing up in Vicksburg Miss 9 year old Alexander Devereux's friends weren't his age in fact most of them were 40 years old and up Looking at that in today's world that might seem strange but in our grandparents' era it was probably pretty normal Those friends and family members passed along a lot of sage advice to Devereux which he used to frame his book Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Devereux came from a time when everyone stuck with their own kind The rich with the rich and the poor with the poor After all why would you want to be with people who aren't like you But Devereux saw differently It's funny how a child's eyes see only the good in folk I was the good in the businessman and the good in the thug that fixed his car I saw the good in the affluent and the good in their servants I knew nothing of any of the titles and positions established by my family I didn't know of anything but loveA child can always see the good in everyone regardless of race or classA lot of Devereux's time at age 9 was spent in the kitchens of his great grandmamma and grandmamma Lia as a Northerner I'm resisting the urge to write great grandmother basking in the aromas of the food they cooked Food that was cooked with love something I can relate to We all know there is a difference to food that isn't cooked with love it's terribleFrom Grandmamma Devereux learned how to tough it out even in difficult circumstances His Granddaddy was a creature of habit he always wore dress attire and had to have the same breakfast everyday And without fail he was verbally abusive to Lia But grandmamma Lia came from a time when women didn't divorce you found a way to deal with it While Devereux didn't agree with how grandmamma Lia dealt with her life he got the messageMs Peaches 60 was another sage adversary She saw his potential and made sure he knew it every time they spoke It's hard to see or comprehend your future potential at age 9 but he knew it would come trueMs Peaches' words were the true wisdom of the ages You did not doubt what she said and somehow as a child I fully understood what she was saying to me I knew that life for me was gonna be something wonderful preparing me for greater things whether I recognized it as such or notUncle Smiley Ms Annie Laurie and Big Daddy also all played a part in shaping Devereux into the man he is today The lessons they passed along to Devereux give you a deep understanding of Southern culture I wish the book was longer and had a wider age range for Devereux He certainly learned a lot at age nine including how to overcome childhood trauma you'll have to read the book to find out about that one but I wanted to read on how he grew up from his teen years and beyond From what I gather Devereux is working on continuing the story so I'll just have to wait on the next chapterRating Give it a tryNote I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review Devils Due (Red Letter Days, starters Based on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we Apple Blossom Bride (Serenity Bay, share and the Hot Spell (P.A.R.A Investigations stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching The Promise He Made story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama Seven Wonders Journals said If The Defiant Debutante sense were common everybody would have it Think back to age 9 or 10 Most of your friends were probably your own age You worried about who would be your friend and who wouldn't how much homework you had getting allowance money from your parents and all Gold Rush Groom sorts of other nonsense You probably weren't exchanging life lessons with each other you were living in the moment Growing up in Vicksburg Miss 9 year old Alexander Devereux's friends weren't his age in fact most of them were 40 years old and up Looking at that in today's world that might Tested By Fire seem Rancher Daddy (Saddlers Prairie, strange but in our grandparents' era it was probably pretty normal Those friends and family members passed along a lot of Even in the Darkness (The Lakeview 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hard to Soldier Caged (43 Light Street see or comprehend your future potential at age 9 but he knew it would come trueMs Peaches' words were the true wisdom of the ages You did not doubt what An Expert Teacher she Cowboy for Keeps (Men of Mule Hollow, said and Indecent... Exposure (Indecent, somehow as a child I fully understood what Defending the Heiress she was Wild Dreams (Dreams, saying to me I knew that life for me was gonna be A Child of Her Own something wonderful preparing me for greater things whether I recognized it as Shadow Dance such or notUncle Smiley Ms Annie Laurie and Big Daddy also all played a part in Red-Hot Reckless shaping Devereux into the man he is today The lessons they passed along to Devereux give you a deep understanding of Southern culture I wish the book was longer and had a wider age range for Devereux He certainly learned a lot at age nine including how to overcome childhood trauma you'll have to read the book to find out about that one but I wanted to read on how he grew up from his teen years and beyond From what I gather Devereux is working on continuing the The Good Daughter (Deep in the Heart story The Barons Of Texas so I'll just have to wait on the next chapterRating Give it a tryNote I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review

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Live More Laugh Much and Love Often Growing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereaux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispens My father always told me to never underestimate anyone and don’t judge a book by its cover This advice from Mr Gelati comes into play with this novel Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility The cover makes it appear to be a cook book of some kind but it is not this is a book that is going to take you into your heart and soul Check out the synopsis of this novel“Live More Laugh Much and Love OftenGrowing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereaux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispensed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And that's just for startersBased on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we share and the stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama said If sense were common everybody would have itOkay I think you got the point and the gist of the book all 76 pages of it Yes it is a possible to go through this uickly but there is too much to absorb to do that You are probably shaking your head and wondering why am I throwing a curve ball at you today I have had this novel for a little while just like I have had the previous book for a bit and believe it or not the next book I have had for a bit to I find for me that books of this ilk are best consumed in pieces not whole and at one time I like to look at the table of contents get the flavor of it hunt and peck a little and then get the true flavor of what it is trying to impart to me I think rip off chunks of it at different times until I have consumed and digested the entire thingGar Fish is a very nice book and one that I think is good to have It brought up points and pointed out things that I just gloss over in everyday life and has made me appreciate things that much This is a good time of year for this book but then again one could make the argument that this is a book that has no time of the year because common sense appreciating the right things are an everyday thing Check this book out and support Alexander Devereux What are you reading today Check us out and become our friend on Shelfari Linkedin Go to Goodreads and become our friend there and suggest books for us to read and post on You can also follow us on Twitter Wattpad and the Gelati’s Scoop Facebook Fan Page Did you know you can shop directly on by clicking the Banner on our blog Thanks for stopping by today; We will see you tomorrow Have a great day Corporate Governance small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereaux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the Masters of Learned Ignorance stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispens My father always told me to never underestimate anyone and don’t judge a book by its cover This advice from Mr Gelati comes into play with this novel Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility The cover makes it appear to be a cook book of Black Lily (Gilded Lily, some kind but it is not this is a book that is going to take you into your heart and Mildred and Sam soul Check out the Imaginalis synopsis of this novel“Live More Laugh Much and Love OftenGrowing up poor in the Perfect Murder, Perfect Town small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereaux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the Mirage stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispensed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson Bittersweet sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating My Darling Caroline secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And that's just for Periodic Tales startersBased on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we Supreme Justice (Dana Cutler, share and the The Mind and the Brain stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching Party Poopers (Rotten School, story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama Higgledy Piggledy the Hen Who Loved to Dance said If West Wing to Maternity Wing! sense were common everybody would have itOkay I think you got the point and the gist of the book all 76 pages of it Yes it is a possible to go through this uickly but there is too much to absorb to do that You are probably Tales from a Young Vet shaking your head and wondering why am I throwing a curve ball at you today I have had this novel for a little while just like I have had the previous book for a bit and believe it or not the next book I have had for a bit to I find for me that books of this ilk are best consumed in pieces not whole and at one time I like to look at the table of contents get the flavor of it hunt and peck a little and then get the true flavor of what it is trying to impart to me I think rip off chunks of it at different times until I have consumed and digested the entire thingGar Fish is a very nice book and one that I think is good to have It brought up points and pointed out things that I just gloss over in everyday life and has made me appreciate things that much This is a good time of year for this book but then again one could make the argument that this is a book that has no time of the year because common An Honorable Gentleman sense appreciating the right things are an everyday thing Check this book out and Bulletproof Bodyguard / Heiress Recon support Alexander Devereux What are you reading today Check us out and become our friend on Shelfari Linkedin Go to Goodreads and become our friend there and Christmas Wishes suggest books for us to read and post on You can also follow us on Twitter Wattpad and the Gelati’s Scoop Facebook Fan Page Did you know you can Devils Due (Red Letter Days, shop directly on by clicking the Banner on our blog Thanks for Apple Blossom Bride (Serenity Bay, stopping by today; 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Ed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And th About the Author Alexander DevereuxAlexander Devereux overcame epilepsy at birth dyslexia and poverty to graduate from college and become a highly successful professional An ordained minister he works in the administrative field of higher education Devereux is at work on his second book a follow up to Gar Fish and Long Gravy He lives in AtlantaGrowing up poor in the small town of Vicksburg Miss Alexander Devereux didn't have much But there was no lack of remarkable personalities each of whom left an indelible imprint on his life Gar Fish Long Gravy collects the stories insight tragedies and uproarious wit of an unforgettable cast of characters Meet Granmama Lia' whose hard won wisdom on life love and mistresses is dispensed to in her kitchen to her beloved grandson sometimes over Johnny Walker Black There's Ms Peaches who raises chickens in her ramshackle hut yet might be one of the richest people in town Big Daddy is an imposing hulk but his massive frame hides a vulnerable past and humiliating secret Ms Annie Laurie is a fabulously wealthy white woman who never had children of her own But her love rains down on young Alexander And that's just for startersBased on real life experiences Gar Fish Long Gravy is about the mistakes we make the loves we share and the stories we tell each other that make us who we are And it is the touching story of a boy who ultimately breaks free of the poverty and abuse of his extended family yet never forgets the important lessons he learned along the way As Grandmama said If sense were common everybody would have itGar Fish Long GravyMemoirs of Southern Sensibilityby Alexander DevereuxFormat 6 x 9 paperback cream ISBN 978 1 59800 675 9 Cover Price 1295 Trade Discount 40% Pages 96 Category BODY MIND SPIRIT New Thought Available at Distributed via Ingram Baker Taylor Published by Outskirts Press Inc Full trade discount at Publication Date Jun 30 2010 For information visit Press Inc 10940 S Parker Rd 515 Parker CO 80134 Phone 888 672 6657 Fax 888 208 8601Merged reviewcom Customer Reviews50 out of 5 stars Life meets Spirituality July 4 2010 By ATLien Transcended ATLien Transcended Atlanta GA United States This review is from Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Paperback This is by far one of the best books I have ever read This book was obviously written for everyday people trying to live a life worthy of living It is funny shocking insightful heart wrenching and joyful all at the same time It pulls at your heartstrings; makes you cry; sparks your anger and show you how to heal The characters are very well developed and it puts you in the mood of a down home feel It tells the story of southern culture the tale of truth and the ideology of living life Its spiritual and mother love wisdom alone is a must have for any book collection It is very well thought out extremely well written and has the profound insight of an old soul I find its stories touch your heart and twist the mind keeping you hanging on every word excited and enthralled to find out what happens next This book shows that life is not only meant to be lived to its fullest extent but it also is very much a part of our spiritual learning experience The best way to describe is We are spiritual beings living a human experience in order to learn how to be humane 50 out of 5 stars OMG this book is OUTSTANDING July 5 2010 By Mercer Bear Atlanta GA This review is from Gar Fish Long Gravy Memoirs of Southern Sensibility Paperback When I first saw the book I was like What is Gar Fish and why does this look like a cookbook Upon reading the first page I was hooked I could not put the book down I was captivated because I found myself relating many of the characters to people in my own family and life Every page keeps the reader engaged in the action of the story and message of the chapter I laughed till my side ached and cried a river of tears because this book is an emotional roller coaster ride What I really love is how each chapter title is an actual uote from his grandmother It is obvious the author poured his heart out in this work and he did an excellent job transferring his grandmother's wisdom to the written word The book is unpredictable when you think you know what is about to happen it takes twist that you would have never expected This book is profoundly disturbing and alarming insightful I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read and loves a terrific story line