About Storythom


Hi. I’m Thom Lemmons, and I’m a novelist, ghostwriter, and freelance editor. My first love is fiction, and I’ve always had an urge to tell the stories of people and places I remember from growing up on a farm in southeast Missouri (“the Bootheel,” as locals refer to it. Look at a map and you’ll understand).

So Fair and Bright is sort of my fictional tribute to my heritage. Here you’ll find original short stories and story-length excerpts from some of my novels and works-in-progress that form a tapestry–actually, patchwork quilt might be a more apt metaphor–of what it means to me to have grown up Southern, religious, and rural. Bookmark this blog and check back every once in a while to keep up with what’s going on with the neighbors, the old folks, the help, the townspeople, and what have you. I’m also planning to add more media: songs, images, and whatever else I can think of.

If you’re interested in more of my writing, you can find my nonfiction blog at:

thomsblog.blogspot.com.

My home page is at:

thomlemmonswrites.com.

And my Facebook fan page is at:

Thom Lemmons on Facebook

Well, that’s about it for now. Hope to see you again soon…

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So Fair and Bright (a weblog) by Thom Lemmons is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

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