A popular comedienne, speaker, author, and humorist known for her Southern Charm, Lee St. John writes for the Newnan Times-Herald in Georgia - the same newspaper where her idol, Lewis Grizzard started. She has published five books and two author-narrated audiobooks in the She's a Keeper series.
This Georgia Peach by birth but adopted Alabama Camellia proudly discloses that she is a high-jinx expert and mayhem confessor who splits her time and humor between her Georgia newspaper column and as a regular radio and TV-contributor for Charter Cable in Alabama. This Southern Belle was brought up to behave better. She just can't help herself. Bless her heart.
While most of St. John's roguish memoirs are inspired by the family funnies of Erma Bombeck, by the down-South flavor of humorist Lewis Grizzard, by the honesty of Ali Wentworth’s entertaining memoirs, and by the inappropriate frisky behaviors of any Seinfeld episode, she also expresses sentimental anecdotes. The mementos found in her closet, attic, basement, and even her former school classroom unleash her secrets about mothers, husbands, former boyfriends, children, friends, jobs, families, students, and more. St. John is found on every dang social media outlet. She continues to rank #1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers under Humor and Entertainment Essays Kindle e-books short reads.
Married for 34 years to her best friend, St. John and her husband have two adult millennial sons, a black kitty named Boo, and Obie, their tater-tot white Schnauzer.