Autumn’s Colours by Nick Holloway

By Nick Holloway

Nick Holloway’s nursing profession was once spent operating in care houses in South Wales. His many stories, unhappy, surprising, harrowing, uplifting, miserable and a laugh, encouraged him to write down Autumn’s shades, his first novel. This light-hearted tale is decided in an imaginary care domestic within the Dorset city of Dorchester, England, town within which Nick expert as a nurse. the folk and occasions within the e-book are established heavily on genuine care houses, genuine humans and actual cities. They squabble, chat, fall out, banter, make associates and try and seduce one another – similar to humans within the outdoors international. The occasions defined within the e-book may be widespread to an individual who works in a care domestic, or who visits a person in a single.

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We have been let loose, and now we are just marching on to a better land. "Aunt Charlotte, it really makes me feel 48 happy to hear you express your faith in the goodness of God. He has wrought wonderful works for the colored people here. He has raised up friends all through the North for them. Never was education so cheap as now. School-houses are being built all through the South for them. The money is being given by philanthropic Christians to educate the colored children. " "But, my child, so few of the children can go to school about here.

Going to Church on Sunday in Georgia--ill-treatment of Uncle John's daughter--Aunt Lorendo's second visit--Her conversion from Romanism--Her Cousin Albert to be hung--Hattie runs away to the wood and gives birth to a child there. I ASKED Uncle John if he did not find it hard, after moving to Louisiana, that he could not attend church as he used to in Georgia. "Yes, madam; I missed the good preaching I used to hear in Georgia. We all walked a many a time ten and twelve miles to go to church there on Sunday.

It is just so, child. They were a poor, ignorant set that was just as mean as they were poor and ignorant. The only advantage they had over the negroes was that they were white, that's all. Well, as I was going to tell you, master would not allow his slaves to go 107 off the place. In order to keep them on the place he used to give them wives right on the place. He would not allow his slaves to take wives that did not belong to his plantation. Whenever he thought one of his women needed a wife or one of his women needed a husband he would choose them and put them together.

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