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Meg Waite Clayton's Books

The Wednesday Daughters
Jul.16.2013
On Summer Reads lists in The Chicago Tribune ("As breezy as a bike ride on the Lake Shore path") and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram   "Utterly rich and satisfying."—PAULA MCLAIN, AUTHOR OF THE PARIS WIFE   "Fans of The Wednesday Sisters are going to fall in love all over again." —SARAH ADDISON ALLEN, AUTHOR OF THE PEACH KEEPER  ...
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Mar.22.2011
"A Must Read … a story about generations, about relationships ... about a coming of age in middle age, and about facing the questions we all must eventually face. … The Four Ms. Bradwells is [a book] I will always remember … Share [it]with your Mom. And your best friend." — Bonnie Jean Adams, The Chicago Examiner  Meg Waite Clayton’s national bestseller The...
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Jun.17.2008
"Meg Waite Clayton's stirring novel will appeal not just to those who secretly wish to be writers, but to anyone with a love of great books; anyone who has felt truly moved by a book or an author; and anyone who has had their dreams bolstered by good and faithful friends … You'll want to share THE WEDNESDAY SISTERS with anyone who believes in the power of a good book—to inspire...
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Nov.01.2003
Meg Waite Clayton's first novel, the Bellwether Prize finalist The Language of Light is now available in paperback as a Random House Reader's Circle Selection and a Target Selection for Book Clubs  "Clayton has an old-fashioned sense of narrative and symbolism ... will delight readers searching for a story with meaning, character and drama."—Bookreporter Nelly Grace is...