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We welcome Claire Fullerton to the Authors on the Air for a book discussion

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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes back to the studio Southern author Claire Fullerton.  

Little Tea is Claire's 4th novel and is set in the Deep South. It is the story of the bonds of female friendship, healing the past, and outdated racial relations. Little Tea is the August selection of the Pulpwood Queens, a Faulkner Society finalist in the William Wisdom international competition, and a finalist in the Chanticleer Review's Somerset award.      From Claire:  "Music radio led me to the music business, and the music business led me to Los Angeles. During those years, I wrote a creative, weekly column for The Malibu Surfside News, and submitted to writing contests and magazines as I focused on developing my craft.  I wrote a paranormal mystery about a woman who suspects she has lived before, and titled it A Portal in Time. Vinspire Publishing published the book, so I decided to show them the manuscript of my Irish novel. Vinspire Publishing published it under the title Dancing to an Irish Reel the following year. My third novel is titled Mourning Dove. It's a sins-of-the-father, Southern Family Saga, set in 1970's and 1980's Memphis. It was published by  Firefly Southern Fiction in June of 2018, and to date, has won five book awards. Little Tea released in May 2020. It's set in the Deep South, in three locations: Memphis, Tennessee; Como, Mississippi; and Greers Ferry Lake in Heber Springs, Arkansas. It's a story about female friendships and healing the past. 

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