A dark-haired southern beauty, Delta Daze, is left reeling from unspeakable trauma beneath the muddy surface of the Mississippi Delta.
The Daze family are hardworking country folks whose lives are filled with activity, understanding and warmth. However, it is not just another sleepy Delta day at the farm. The ideal is in fact troubled for the maturing generations of the Two-Mile-Lake community as they enter tricky romantic relationships, family loss, and various uncertainties. Bill, Keith, and Delta are weaved together through such experiences and raw trials in the everyday.
Delta Daze is undoubtedly a tale of prevailing optimism and revival as they lean on each other and their families for support. It is a stark picture of reality with a coming of age and a coming of hope.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-377-9
Pages : 198
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Sandy Howe Thompson was born and raised in a small town in the Mississippi Delta. After her high school graduation, she attended Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tennessee. Her husband, Gary, and she had married thirty-seven years ago. She was an executive assistant for thirty years. She is retired. Some of her hobbies are reading, writing, quilting, horseback riding, doll collecting, sewing, designing flower arrangements, interior design, and selling vintage jewelry online.