THE PARAGRAPH RANCH
by Kay Ellington and Barbara Brannon
Published in 2014 by Booktrope.
Reviewed by K.L. Romo.
While reading The Paragraph Ranch, I almost felt transported to my grandmother’s house in the middle of cotton farmland in South Texas. Depictions of rural Texas are faithful to Texas farm life, from the descriptions of the town and the farmhouse with no air conditioning or Wi-Fi, to the strong Texas dialect engrained in its characters.
Dee Anna Bennett-Kaufmann is a misplaced Texan living in North Carolina. She’d escaped farm life and Texas as soon as she was old enough to move away, and never looked back. Dee has always put her career and her writing before everything else, including her family. Although she has a doctorate in Creative Writing and is an assistant professor at a renowned college, she must now finish the book she’s writing to secure her position…
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