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Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell

Expelled from thirteen boarding schools in the past five years seventeen year old Jane Fontaine Ventouras is returning to her Southern roots and the small town of Bienville Alabama where ladies always wear pearls nothing says hospitality like sweet teaand pimento cheese s. Let me start by saying I am from the south Born and raised in and around Mobile Alabama to be exact and I must tell you that I found this book simply hilarious I have first hand knowledge of the organization that the Magnolia Maids were based on as my daughter was on that court about 3 years ago I think you can enjoy the book even if you ve never heard of them but it might help to have a little bit of knowledge about the girls and the organization for you to really appreciate the humor of this book My daughter also read it and got the biggest kick out of it We both truly enjoyed this little gem of a book

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Andwiches and competing in the annual Magnolia Maid Pageant is every girl’s dream But Jane is what you might call an anti belle fishnets and tattoos than sugar and spice The last thing on her mind is joining the Magnolia Maid brigade and parading around town ina dress. Like probably about everyone who read this book I was attracted to both the cover and the title From page number one all the way to the very last sentence of page 296 this book has not failed to be humorous interesting and a very good read

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So big she can’t even fi t through doors So when she finds herself up to her ears in ruffl es and etiuette lessons she’s got one mission EscapeWhat’s a hipster to do Will Jane survive Bienville boot camp intact or will they gasp make a Southern belle out of her yet. I love this book but then I was born reared in the heart of its setting It was so much fun to read if you re not from here you ll enjoy getting a taste of what Gulf Coast Alabama girls go through for the sake of tradition appearances

  • Paperback
  • 298
  • Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell
  • Crickett Rumley
  • English
  • 15 April 2019
  • 9781606841310

About the Author: Crickett Rumley

Crickett Rumley graduated with an MFA in film from Columbia University and teaches screenwriting at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles As a screenwriter she adapted Susan Taylor Chehak’s Smithereens for Killer Films and Julia Alvarez’s “The Suitor” for Gigantic Pictures and PBS Crickett’s experiences growing up in the South inspired this debut novel Though she now lives in California wit



10 thoughts on “Never Sit Down in a Hoopskirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell

  1. says:

    People often ask me if I experienced much culture shock going to England The truth is any shock I received there was nothing compared

  2. says:

    Let me start by saying I am from the south Born and raised in and around Mobile Alabama to be exact and I must tell you that I found this book simply hilarious I have first hand knowledge of the organization that the Magnolia Maids were based on as my daughter was on that court about 3 years ago I think you can enjoy the book even

  3. says:

    Despite being heavy on the stereotypes this book was entertaining to be sure There were several moments I was laughing out loud at the Magnolia Maids and their antics I also particularly enjoyed the part of the plot that explored modernizing the court of the Magnolia Maids for the first time in its history an A

  4. says:

    I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this story I picked it up because the title made me laugh and I was expecting a cute but forgett

  5. says:

    Like probably about everyone who read this book I was attracted to both the cover and the title From page number one all the way to the very last sentence of page 296 this book has not failed to be humorous interesting and a very good read

  6. says:

    Somewhat sweet completely hilarious and just plain Southern

  7. says:

    Link word to describe this book cute Honestly that’s pretty much it I mean this was definitely a fluff novel where there wasn’t too much conflict and even the conflicts that were there were either very insignificant or easily solved Jane t

  8. says:

    Review originally posted hereI call the south home but I am not from here Minus a three year stint in New Mexico I have lived here since I was 16 My parents are originally from Michigan The places I have the most memories of I lived prior to here were England southern California and upstate New York I was little prepared y'all Things are di

  9. says:

    I love this book but then I was born reared in the heart of its setting It was so much fun to read if you're no

  10. says:

    This was a cute little teeny bopper book filled with snarky sassy and funny moments I’m sure if I had read this in high school I would have loved it even

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