1967, eight-year-old Davie's world was turned upside down. Traveling with a madman who was without conscience, Davie was physically and mentally abused at every turn. Using every every ounce of courage he could muster, Davie fought day after day just to survive - never knowing which brutal attack would be the last for him and his family. This is a shocking tale of abuse, manipulation, and bravery as told by a survivor. Kennesaw Taylor shares his story with others to let them know that there is hope. Let the cycle of abuse be broken.
"Bizarre story. Recommended."
I've Fallen, and My Name's Not Chuck! Tales & Poems from the South is a collection of short stories from around the south. Kennesaw is a child abuse survivor and uses humor to brighten the world. He is a child abuse spokesperson and is a voice for those who have none.
Kennesaw Taylor is a newspaper columnist. This is a collection of his columns and thoughts over the past year. He intersperses humor with his keen insight into daily life. His columns bring back memories of Lewis Grizzard, an Atlanta icon.
I Got the South in My Mouth is a collection of short stories, poems, and articles written by Southern author Kennesaw Taylor. Best-selling author of Informally Educated, Kennesaw is an advocate against child abuse and domestic violence, a position demanded of him by fate, not granted him by education. His humor column is in its third uninterrupted year in the Wilkinson County Post, as well as other Georgia papers, and continues to grow online.