Carol J. Williams’s new book ‘Like a Hair in a Biscuit’ chronicles Georgia Woman’s transition from bustling city streets to country roads

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Carol J. Williams, a retired school teacher living in the Southwest Georgia area with her husband and a menagerie of farm animals, has completed her new book, “Like a Hair in a Biscuit”: a candid novel that shares an urban girl’s shift in lifestyle in the rural area where she ventured into an accidental business of producing goat’s milk products.

She was a bona fide city girl and a seasoned public school teacher until she made a move to the country. Now her days consist of outsmarting egg-laying chickens, battling Mother Nature, shooting at varmints, and milking uncooperative goats. “Like a Hair in a Biscuit” chronicles the birth, quite by accident, of Piggy’s Gentle Goat’s Milk Products. The country relatives were taking bets on whether or not she’d stick it out. She’s hanging in there, though, just like a hair in a biscuit.

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Carol J. Williams’s new book shows that with enough compromise and optimism, one can successfully transition from one’s comfort zone and reach an ideal way of life despite the overwhelming changes.

This masterpiece chronicles the birth of Piggy’s Gentle Goat’s Milk Products through the patience and perseverance of a bona fide city lass.

Readers can purchase “Like a Hair in a Biscuit” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.