Just received another wonderful blurb, this time from bestselling historical novelist Beverly Swerling:
“In Quincy MacFadden, Crawford creates a feisty, gutsy heroine who survives those fraught years before the American Revolution in Appalachian Indian country, finding love even as she defines the spirit that will create a nation. The frontier equivalent to Abigail Adams in Boston or Dolly Madison in Philadelphia. I read it in one eager, page-turning sitting.”
On another note, last week I got a message on my voicemail from one of my literary idols, saying he’d be happy to read KEOWEE VALLEY. I’ve been reading this man’s work since I was 10 years old, and very often he’s the Southern voice in the back of my head when I try to write well. I was, and still am, floored with happiness. More to come!