Fred's Hill's columns are like Southern sunshine: sometimes brilliant and piercing; sometimes gently shaded; but always warm and inviting. Fling open the shutters of your soul and read this gentle man's words. aPatricia Neleski, Free-lance writer Fred Hill is a most discerning observer who has much to say and who says it impeccably. aNoel Carroll, Brewton-Parker College These columns are delightful and will undoubtedly be enjoyed by readers for years to come. aThomas Payton, Publisher, Hill Street PressHe swings from the Cinnamon Torpedo (his old car) to Thomas Henry Huxley on humility, to his old blue chair, worn and comforta ing, to CS Lewis on the company of small children, to his Murray lawn tractor and its own oxymoron of reliableanbsp;...
|Title||:||You May As Well Laugh|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002|