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December 25, 2018 Pretty Southern Novel

Dearest family, friends, and members of the Pretty Southern squad: Hope all is merry and bright in your world. This has certainly been a wild year. Lord knows we’ve all been through a lot (some more than others) but we’ve stuck through it together. That’s just what we do 🙂 It’s crazy to think it… Read more »

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December 15, 2018 Pretty Southern Novel

Editor’s note – the following is a story from the Pretty Southern novel series. Learn more about Randy Cunningham, the patriarch of the Cunningham family, and his alleged crimes. Prominent Atlanta construction CEO convicted of running a pyramid scheme Renowned developer Randy Cunningham was the epitome of the American dream. He grew his company, Cunningham… Read more »

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August 14, 2018 Pretty Southern Novel

Vivienne Grace Cunningham was the youngest daughter of Caroline and Randy Cunningham. Named after her great-grandmother, Vivienne, everyone called her Grace. It was a trend started by her older sister, Kate (the middle Cunningham child) whose full Christian name is Georgia Katharine Cunningham. As the youngest of the three Cunningham girls, Grace earned the nickname… Read more »

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August 4, 2018 Pretty Southern Novel

Editor’s note – this is one of the first stories in the Pretty Southern series. Macy suspected something was up when Campbell took a last-minute trip to Atlanta. When Campbell texted her, “Hey baby, gotta go to ATL today. Be back tonight,” Macy thought perhaps this was something to do with his father, Bill Brayden,… Read more »

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July 28, 2018 Pretty Southern Novel

The Pretty Southern world revolves around the Cunningham family. While our tale begins with Macy Cunningham’s engagement to Campbell Brayden, each of the characters has his/her own story to tell. The characters you see listed below will have their sections updated with links as we continue on this journey. We’ll also update this guide with… Read more »