by F. Diane Pickett
The rebuilding of the South after the Civil War brought industrialization, urbanization, and technological advances to rural American farms. "Never Isn't Long Enough" captures how these transformations affected the romance between a young farm girl and a wealthy older man called to God and commerce. "Life on the farm, the coming of the automobile, moonshiners, the Roaring Twenties, the movie house ... they're all here! A fascinating story." -Dean DeBolt, university archivist, West Florida History Center. "Written with great humor and insight." -Robert M. Fulmer, PhD, author of Newcomers in Paradise. "A fun read of wicked Southern tales." -Shelby Hofer, actor, writer, director, producer, PushPush Theater & Film.