Humbles Church Road Media is a western Tennessee publishing company
selectively offering opportunities for writers of
quality fiction, autobiographies and works of regional interest
to tell their stories.
Our services include:
- writing and editing assistance
- print and digital publishing
- traditional and social media marketing strategies.
Dry Hollow is a small farm located in western Tennessee. The farm raises Jacob sheep for wool and Nigerian Dwarf goats for milk. A collection of chickens, dogs and cats, horses, and a donkey also call it home as does author Kathryn Adams. Good Morning, Dry Hollow Farm follows Dobby the small dog as he makes the rounds one morning to check that everything is as it should be. Each farm family member welcomes him in his or her own way as a new day begins.
This picture book introduces children to life on a small, sustainable farm and is the first in a series of Dry Hollow Farm literature offerings.
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Available September 2017
A life-long resident of Huntingdon, Tennessee uses his skills with a camera to create a photographic essay of life in a small rural town. Postcards from Home epitomizes the memories created for any member of a small town who has witnessed decades of goings-on within his or her local community. The buildings, streets, events, and people which create the traditions of a rural community resonate from one state to the next. The message is the same. Whether it is a renovated theater facade advertising the latest matinee, a white church steeple reaching into the sky, a stately courthouse marking the center of town, or a belltower whose bell peals loudly with every hometown high school victory, the message is clear. This is our history. This is our heritage. This is our home. Postcards from Home presents a pictorial collection of small-town scenes which will evoke memories for anyone who has grown up in just such a place.
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While researching another writing project, I unexpectedly stumbled upon a repository of archival materials safely stored within the vault of Carroll Bank and Trust. The Wright family is known for its generous contributions to the growth and development of the town of Huntingdon, Tennessee. With archival materials stretching back to the early 1810s, the Wright family will make a significant contribution to local and regional histories as well. These letters and photographs and personal memorabilia have a story to tell. Visit our blog: Uncovering the Wright Archives to read and study official documents, photographs, and personal letters associated with almost two centuries of regional history.
Business owner. State legislator. NCAA Final Four basketball official. Commissioner of Transportation. Coordinator of NCAA officials. University Athletic Director.
Chosen career paths have kept Dale Kelley on the move across the United States for most of his adult life. His heart, however, remained firmly embedded within his hometown of Huntingdon, Tennessee, where he has served as mayor for more than two decades.
In an era when many rural communities across the country struggle to adapt to a changing national economy, the town of Huntingdon maintains small-town viability. This is his vision. This is his legacy.
And this is his story.
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Colorado Storm Series
She and her husband journeyed from the coastal plains of the Deep South to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with one intention: survive five years on a homestead claim. He died. And she remained. Alone. The Colorado Storm series follows one woman's struggle to survive and keep the promise she made to her beloved and to herself (age 12+).