Trailer Tuesday: The Key on the Quilt
Today’s trailer is for Stephanie Grace Whitson’s new novel The Key on the Quilt.
Stephanie Grace Whitson began playing with imaginary friends (i.e., writing fiction) when an abandoned pioneer cemetery near the Whitson’s country home provided not only a hands-on history lesson for her four home schooled children, but also a topic of personal study. That story became her first novel, resulted in a three-book contract, and put her on the ECPA best-seller list. She’s been a finalist for the Christy Award twice and is working on book #23. In no particular order, Stephanie enjoys being Yaya (grandma), riding her motorcycle named Kitty, and quilting. She’s in graduate school pursuing her master’s degree in history and hopes someday to spend a summer in Paris, her favorite city on the planet.
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Awesome! Love the contrast between sweet and scary!
Ah, this is another one of those historicals, Dora. Gonna get ya yet! 🙂
I think the concept of having heroines in prison is very interesting. Stephanie Grace Whitson is one of my favorite historical authors.