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Confessions of a Rebel Debutante

Anna Fields and
Confessions of a Rebel Debutante

Successful playwright, television writer, and comedienne, Anna Fields dishes out a Southern-fried memoir about growing up too smart and rebellious for her North Carolina small town in Confessions of a Rebel Debutante. During childhood the author claimed the “tomboy” label, only then to describe her adolescent self as being “outspoken” and “bookish” rebelling against the strict rules at her private all-girls finishing school. Anna tried to be a proper Deb, even making it through the first Cotillion. Yet, when viewed…

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Guest Anna Fields on “The Murderer’s Brother”

Guest Anna Fields on “The Murderer’s Brother”

[Anna Fields, in her debut memoir, Confessions of a Rebel Debutante, writes of being strong, not following the crowd, and becoming who you really are. In today’s guest post the author shares a fictional piece — based on a novel she’s currently writing — with the hope it might comfort and help those women who have experienced physical/verbal/domestic abuse.] The Murderer’s Brother By Anna Fields Jenny Thompson was murdered in her driveway. Her husband, Eric, had been drinking all afternoon…

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The Revealing of Anna Fields

The Revealing of Anna Fields

According to Anna Fields’ momma: “Every one of us starts off a debutante, then becomes a rebel, but when we finally grow into our own…we’re a little bit of both.” And this is what the author proves in her debut memoir, Confessions of a Rebel Debutante recently released in Trade paperback. Here is a one sentence description: A fond, funny Southern-fried memoir about growing up a proper young lady…or not. And the following praise: “…Fields takes what should be an…

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