Monday, December 17, 2012
A Grorn-Up Kind of Pretty by Joshilyn Jackson. Read by the author.
The Slocumb women are known for being teenage mothers and a family full of drama. When a dead baby's body is found buried under the willow tree in the back yard, Ginny is terrified that Mosey isn't her "real" granddaughter. Her real granddaughter is buried under that tree. Unfortunately she can't ask her daughter any questions because Liza had a stroke. Ginny and Mosey both try to figure out the mystery. The summary sounds boring, but Mosey's voice is unforgettable. The Southern accents are great and the phrases are unforgettable!