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Jackie K. Cooper

Jackie K. cooper is the author of six books of memoirs/short stories. These books concern his life in the South from a childhood in Clinton, South Carolina, to his present life in Georgia. Each book tries to create remembrances that are common to us all, as well as humorous and/or inspirational stories that will touch both the head and the heart. Cooper is a film critic, a book reviewer, and an after-dinner speaker. He also teaches writing classes in various schools and to writing organizations around the South. He and his wife Terry live in Perry, Georgia.

Books by Jackie K. Cooper

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Back to the Garden: The Goal of the Journey
By author: Jackie K. Cooper
Product Code: P423
ISBN: 9780881462340
Product Format: Paperback
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Back to the Garden: The Goal of the Journey is the sixth book in the Journey series by beloved Southern author Jackie K. Cooper. The stories in this new book, as well as those in the past books, are based on Cooper’s memories of his life in the South. Each story emphasizes an event in Cooper’s journey through life and builds an overall picture of a man who is trying to live a life that will get him “back to the garden” where he will be eternally happy as well as at peace. The stories vary in their portrayal of this everyman’s ability to deal with the humorous and the dramatic events we all encounter on our journeys.
Memory’s Mist: The View from the Journey
By author: Jackie K. Cooper, Dale Cramer
Product Code: P476
ISBN: 9780881464641
Product Format: Paperback
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MEMEORY"S MIST is a collection of personal essays about life in the South as seen through the eyes of author Jackie K. Cooper. The stories contained hold up a mirror upon which the shared traits and experiences of life can be seen. Some of the experiences shared are humorous, some are sad, some are dramatic, and some are life affirming. Through them all runs a ribbon of hope and optimism. As Cooper reflects back on his past, the vision has been somewhat dimmed by the mist of memory but—with the help of family and friends—he is able to part the mist and have a clear view of the past which in many ways signals the future. As with his other books Cooper finds life full of surprises and simple joys amid the tumultuous and uncertain lives we all live.
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