My second novel, Clover Blue, comes out in paperback today (April 28) from Kensington Publishing, with a fabulous new cover! This book has won over the hearts of many readers and I couldn't be prouder. A lot of you, in some way, have supported me in this journey. Thank so much! Words can’t express my gratitude. Due to the current crisis, I've had to cancel in-person events. If you haven't yet, I hope you'll consider reading about the book and buying a copy for yourself or a friend. Please consider ordering a copy from your neighborhood bookstore. Many now provide curbside pick-up or will mail your book and you'll be supporting a small local business! Reviews on Goodreads and Amazon (you don’t need to buy the book from Amazon to do this!) are so important and always appreciated. I'd also love to visit with your book club for a discussion via Zoom or Skype!
Thank you again for your support. Please stay healthy and safe.
With love and gratitude,
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PRAISE for Clover Blue by Eldonna Edwards
“Clover Blue sparkles with love, warmth and magic. The vivid setting and unforgettable characters make you think deeply about what it means to be part of a family, and where the line us between community and cult. I couldn't put it down."
—Joanne Serling, Pushcart Prizewinner and author of Good Neighbors
"An utterly captivating story about the power of secrets to completely twist, bend, and complicate a happy life--in this case, a child's life, and the choices he must make to discover the truth. You will fall in love with Clover Blue and be rooting for him on every page of this masterfully-told gripping tale of family, friendship, love, losss, and ultimately, home."
—Anna Quinn, author of The Night Child
"A musical piece of historical fiction, stringing together diverse, interesting, and flawed characters who help and hurt each other on their quests for inner peace and love."
"Clover Blue burns with questions of identity, forgiveness, and truth. At the heart of Edwards' clear prose is a desire for community that also reveals the pitfalls of clan. This is a delightful, thoughtful book."
—Melissa Scholes Young, author of Flood
"Beautifully written and emotionally resonant."
—Ellen Marie Wiseman, author of The Orphan Collector
"Exquisite use of language. Edwards writes with descriptive detail that draws the reader in and in a perfect pace that leaves you wanting more."
—Flor Edwards, author of Apocalypse Child