Bayou L'Abeille by A.D Sams.
Published by Fey Publishing
If you're looking for an escape from it all, come on down to Bayou L'Abeille for a visit. Take a stroll through the L'Abeille-Toombs Historical Cemetery or our prize gardens kept by Miss Nonie. Hear the colorful stories from our favorite musicians at Popeye Sims' Music Shop and you might even run into local legend Lenny Waxman. Have breakfast at The Butter Biscuit then enjoy some junktique shopping and coffee at the Joe-N-Junk. Grab a po' boy for lunch at the L'Abeille Diner, but make sure to save some room for BBQ and blues over at Cottonmouth's Review. If you mention Honey Slade, Cottonmouth will fix you up with a free plate of beignets. Don't be put off by the Alligator Advisory, in effect until the end of the season for the south side bayou near Roux Roux St. A white alligator has been spotted in the water, proving that even our 'gators are special. The people of Bayou L'Abeille walk a fine rhythm between lovely and heartbreaking, hilarious and sad, bitter and so very, very sweet. Why not join them and experience a slice of life on the bayou?
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Meet A.D Sams: Author of Bayou L'Abeille ~ Eater of pie ~ Duchess of Snark (Also known as Chubby Ninja) ~ Certified bibliophile
I'm sure I'll be losing my mind soon. If you see it running down the street, will you set out a saucer of wine and some candy for it? Thanks.
Shall I introduce myself? Just along the border of Louisiana in the flat lands of Texas, The Devil's Pocket abides. This is where I was born. The Pocket, as locals call it, is so small that the 200 residents decided that since I was the most rotund baby born in a century, my family and I were loaded into the town cannon and shot all the way to Georgia. Trust me; it’s a true story.
Despite our exodus, life from the The Pocket lingers within. I laugh just like my grandmother. I make a fantastic étouffée. I dream of moss swinging from the trees in the sunlight. I still love the smell after a rain and I miss the season of love bugs.
Now, I'm in my mid-30's. I live in West Georgia with a gaggle of furry creatures and a very healthy Imagination. I keep it in an igloo in the back yard.
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