Little Tea

Little Tea

by Claire Fullerton
Little Tea

Little Tea

by Claire Fullerton


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Southern Culture ... Old Friendships ... Family Tragedy One phone call from Renny to come home and "see about" the capricious Ava and Celia Wakefield decides to overlook her distressful past in the name of friendship. For three reflective days at Renny's lake house in Heber Springs, Arkansas, the three childhood friends reunite and examine life, love, marriage, and the ties that bind, even though Celia's personal story has yet to be healed. When the past arrives at the lake house door in the form of her old boyfriend, Celia must revisit the life she'd tried to outrun. As her idyllic coming of age alongside her best friend, Little Tea, on her family's ancestral grounds in bucolic Como, Mississippi unfolds, Celia realizes there is no better place to accept her own story than in this circle of friends who have remained beside her throughout the years. Theirs is a friendship that can talk any life sorrow into a comic tragedy, and now that the racial divide in the Deep South has evolved, Celia wonders if friendship can triumph over history.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645262596
Publisher: Iron Stream Media
Publication date: 04/20/2019
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Claire Fullerton is the author of the paranormal mystery A Portal in Time and the contemporary fiction Dancing to an Irish Reel, which is set on the west coast of Ireland, where she once lived. An avid journal-keeper, Claire has been writing her entire life, beginning her professional career as a published poet and including her weekly column, "In First Person," with the Malibu Surfside News. A frequent contributor to magazines and online literary journals, her work has appeared in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Celtic Life International, and Southern Writers Magazine, in which two of her short stories have placed in their yearly competition. Drawn to the art of communication in its various manifestations, Claire enjoyed a nine-year, on-air career at four Memphis radio stations before she moved to Los Angeles, where she worked successfully in the music business as an artist and repertoire agent. For eight years, Claire taught ballet and Pilates in three Malibu centers, and she continues to teach privately to this day. She considers herself a proud southerner from Memphis who now lives by the Malibu ocean with her husband, two German shepherds, and one black cat. Mourning Dove is Claire's third novel and her novella, "Through an Autumn Window," appeared in the book The South in All Seasons.
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