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7 Year Tea Party Winners: Susan Craft's winner of her trilogy novels - The Chamomile, Laurel, and Cassia is: Lucy Reynolds, The winner of a copy of The Backcountry Brides is: Tammy Cordery, the winner of a silver quill charm is: Kathy Maher, Choice of one of three books by Carrie Fancett Pagels in paperback: Joy Ellis, A Bouquet of Brides Collection by Pegg Thomas winner is: Becky Smith, Janet Grunst's Selah-Award winning novel, A Heart Set Free, is: Sherry Moe.

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About Colonial Quills

Colonial Quills is a website devoted to promoting colonial era to early American inspirational fiction. We offer reviews and interviews, with a focus on works by our members.  We offer occasional gatherings with our authors, online, in a tea party format. We hope that readers will learn about colonial and early American facts and enjoy doing so!  Our authors will take you to many colonial sites and will dig up research on historical facts they may have included in their own works of fiction.  
Contributors or “Colonial Quillers” are Christian writers formed from a subgroup of Colonial American Christian Writers. This Yahoo group was founded by Carrie Fancett Pagels for authors of colonial works or writers seriously pursuing publication in this subgenre. 
We welcome you to CQ and hope you will be transported to a time early in our country’s history.