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A Rural American Bumps against Life in these United States

Realizing the significant things through life’s simplicity


Poet and author Vicki Correll shares a story of life living in rural America in her collection of short stories and poems, “Digging Carrots”. The book will be featured on Frankfurter Buchmese’s 70th anniversary, 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair, on October 10-14, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Correll’s poems and short stories in “Digging Carrots” intersect the experience of living in postmodern world of rampant skepticism, nihilism, and doubt of coming to faith.

Grab a copy of Vicki Correll’s “Digging Carrots” and come closer to a deeper realization of how silence and simplicity (not living in the fast lane) can alter our outlook on life. The book is available for purchase on Amazon: Amazon Page.

“Digging Carrots”
Written by Vicki Correll
Published by XLIBRIS
Published Date: September 13, 2017
Paperback: $15.99
About the Author
Vicki moved to northeast Oregon with her husband and daughter in 1976 and bought twenty acres at the base of the Blue Mountains. When she was forty, she gave birth to another daughter. She now gardens, writes, teaches religious education, keeps house and home together and reads a lot. She and her husband “homesteaded” the twenty acres, built a house, developed the land, and tried to“ live off the land.” The effort, although naïve, was sincere. Now they live a middle-class life-style and old age is a reality they have not fully embraced. She has two grand-daughters who are the light of her life.

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 Vicki Correll
 Digging Carrots
 Frankfurt Book Fair
 2018 Book Fair

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