George Rollie Adams is a writer, educator, historian, and storyteller. He grew up in southern Arkansas and taught there for a time after college. He holds two degrees in social science education from Louisiana Tech University and a doctorate in American history from the University of Arizona. His undergraduate studies included English as a second major. After … More about George Rollie Adams
Winner, Next Generation Indie Book Award
for Regional Fiction (US and Canada)
Winner, National Indie Excellence Award
for Regional Fiction (Southeast)
Bronze Medal, Independent Publishers IPPY Award
for Regional Fiction (South)
Silver Medal, Reader’s Favorite Award
for Social Issues Fiction
It will make you smile. It will make you cry.
It will make you angry. And it will give you hope.
Praise for South of Little Rock:
Remarkably relevant to society today.” Charles Phillips, coauthor of What Every American Should Know about American History
South of Little Rock explores issues that continue to shape our lives.” Lisa Feinstein, educator and history museum executive
Adams creates realistic characters and dialogue like a master playwright.” Don Daglow, award-winning author of The Fog Seller: A San Francisco Mystery
Meticulously researched. Crisply rendered. Smartly constructed.” Scott Eberle, blogger for Psychology Today