Advance Praise from Two-Time Ferro-Grumley Fiction Award Winner Trebor Healey
Okay, I’m pulling out all the stops on this! I just got a lovely note from Trebor Healey, whose A Horse Named Sorrow was awarded the 2013 Ferro-Grumley Fiction Award, which he’d won previously for his Through It Came Bright Colors. At the recent Lambda Literary Awards ceremony, Trebor was also awarded the 2013 Outstanding Mid-Career Novelist Prize.
As the Ferro-Grumley is basically the Holy Grail of gay fiction writers and given that Trebor is so tremendously talented, I was thrilled when he read my new book, Gifts Not Yet Given, and gave me the following quote to use:
“The stories in Gifts Not Yet Given are vital, essential and remind us that much of human life is gained or lost through family. Edwards-Stout shines a light on contemporary life with skill and wit. A dynamic and engaging read.” – Trebor Healey, A Horse Named Sorrow and Through It Came Bright Colors.
Can’t wait to share this book with the world! It’s up for a giveaway on Goodreads until October 14th!