Rhett DeVane and Bigfoot hang out
To share the richness, the juicy goodness, of the South.
To use her writing in some small way to fund charities she supports.
To give this sad, tired old world a few moments of laughter and entertainment.
Rhett believes in addressing tough issues.
"I love the South, and I am proud to call it my home. Still, we have many problems.
Through my fiction, I aim to shed a little light, open a few hearts and minds – as well as telling engaging, entertaining stories. I prefer books with reasonably happy endings. There are so few out there, anymore. Books that give the reader just a little hope that things will work out for the best."
To donate a percentage of her time and money to making the world a better place.
To this end, Rhett has pledged a portion of her books' royalties toward causes in which she believes.
Rhett's favorite character, ninety-plus-year-old family matriarch Aunt Piddie Longman, has this to say about dreams:
"When you have a dream, when you have your heart dead-set on something, aim for the stars!
Otherwise, you might just end up circling Uranus.".