Janet Godwin Meyer announces release of 640 Acres and Dirt Poor
The book narrates the story of Godwin familys working towards a better and hopeful life, covering its three generations. Meyer tells that there was a steady improvement of their living circumstances, with Hugh Godwin setting the example of working hard and eventually accumulated 640 acres. Shug Godwin was not afraid of anybody or anything, helping many whites and blacks. The author followed their legacy.
Shug Godwin helped many people, and he never advertised. He was always a force for good, the author adds.
Even at todays breathless pace for living, 640 Acres and Dirt Poor offers a means for appreciating possible slowing.
To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit https://www.amazon.com/Acres-Dirt-Janet-Godwin-Meyer/dp/1546205551.
640 Acres and Dirt Poor
By Janet Godwin Meyer
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 590 pages | ISBN 9781546205555
E-Book | 590 pages | ISBN 9781546205548
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Janet Godwin Meyer grew up in rural Georgia in the 1950s. On her dirt road, there were four houses each a mile from the other. Gayner Williams, Meyers Tallapoosa high school English teacher, encouraged her to write, and with that advice forever ringing in her ear, throughout her lifetime, the author wrote and kept notes and all manner of dated papers. Now, she has written a date-correct book of pain, passion, hope and optimism.
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