"Those years were essential and cataclysmic, more so than the women had realized at the time. They can't shake the influence, having come of age in the '60's, just as they're coming of age now in their sixties. At the same time, they're entering another new age, promising even more upheaval than the '60s, and they'll have participated in both eras. They're being pulled in both directions simultaneously, one foot in each world."
"Did you kill anybody?" Harry asked as the firelight flickered on her face. "Do you think I'm going to answer that?" Arlene Billeaud laughed at her.
"Who did I come out of?" Harmony stares at me, her big eyes suddenly mirroring my question, the one I'm pretty sure I'm not supposed to ask. Willow glances at Goji. He shakes his head slightly and whispers to Doobie. Doobie takes my hand. "Let's go for a walk." - CLOVER BLUE: A Novel
This book is dedicated to the Hubble Space Telescope, which opened the universe to me. It is also dedicated to the teachers who did not believe a fifth-grade girl could speak knowledgeably about the Hubble Space Telescope. You Remain embarrassingly wrong. - Light From Other Stars Book Dedication
As we are getting closer to the highly anticipated publication of CLOVER BLUE by Author Eldonna Edwards, I felt a Reblog was necessary lest anyone has forgotten what a great novel CLOVER BLUE is. And a book is only as good as its author; Eldonna Edwards is one of the very best. The publication date for CLOVER BLUE is 05.28.2019. I have provided links in my original blog post to help you with your pre-order. I’ve said it before, many times; CLOVER BLUE is a 5 STAR coming of age literary and historical fiction novel.
Edwards’ 5 STAR debut novel THIS I KNOW will be available in paperback 04.30.2019. I have provided a link to my book review of THIS I KNOW in my COVER BLUE book review, and have also provided links in my review of THIS I KNOW to help you with your pre-order.
CLOVER BLUE: A Novel
Author: Eldonna Edwards
Publisher: Kensington Press
Publication Date: 5.28.2019
Genre: Literature & Fiction > Women’s Fiction > Coming of Age > Literary > Historical
Page Count: 304 Pages
Available for Pre-order from Barnes & Noble, Hudson Booksellers, Amazon, Books-A-Million, IndieBound, Walmart, et cetera. Pre-order the ePub edition from Amazon (Kindle), Apple, Google, Kobo, and Nook.
My Rating: 5 STARS
Author’s Bio (Provided by the Publisher’s Author Page):
Eldonna Edwards grew up in a large family nestled between cornfields and churches in the provincial Midwest. She eventually escaped the harsh winters, moving to California where she expanded her career from journaling facilitator to author to beloved writing instructor to keynote speaker. Her bestselling debut novel, This I Know, won over the hearts and minds of readers everywhere and was a Delilah…
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"This is the very reason that some lives end seemingly early and by their own hands because Mother Nature doesn't understand that a personage can out-age a body. It is the reason that someone unwell can look so very vibrant on the outside, giving no indication that death lurks around the corner. Souls saturated in sickness, negativity, and ill-thoughts cannot weather the years well."
"Mama says how I was born is how I live, my thoughts racing faster than what I know what to do with them. She claims I came hurling into the world screaming bloody murder as if I were trying to raise the dead. And then she gets a faraway look that feels as if someone has pulled the scenery from the room and you're left standing in the dark with no walls and no ceiling."
-This I Know
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In the zeal to protect the patient's civil liberties and rights, an increasing number of troubled and psychotic patients are what I choose to term dying with their rights on. - Darold A. Treffert, M.D.
"She only knew she couldn't risk shutting off the car, having her girls broil in the heat, like a distracted mother at a shopping mall in the newspaper only a week ago." "They were at peace, protected from the vicious heat with the car running, the cool air circulating." "Dropping to her knees, Claire flattened one hand on the greasy floor like a kickstand. She couldn't pass out."