As she watched a whole culture, a way of life, being sacrificed to progress, writer Judy Rozzelle (a fifth generation Shuffletonian) decided that if Shuffletown itself was being lost, she would save what she could: Its memories. Toward that end, she wrote Shuffletown: A Multi-Voice Memoir, a memory book for everyone who ever lost a place they loved. The book is available now from Parkway Publishers. (Robert Tolan)
Reviews for Shuffletown USAJudy Rozzelle has crafted both a paean and a historical timepiece. On one level, it is a collection of memories of interesting personalties, hilarious events and local tragedies that marked a community over several generations. These are the kind of stories that we would reminisce with our long-time friends.
-- Nancy Sears, via Amazon.com
Love to have been there: Great fun to read. Shows a side of the people and places of the south seldom recounted.
-- Barry G. Sanderson, via Amazon.com
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