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Whitecrow Trading Post

(formerly known as Silverheels Trading Post)

Journal of Fanny Whitecrow

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Serializing a New Novel

Posted by Fanny Whitecrow on Sunday, June 21, 2020,

June 21, 2020

Exeter, Devon, England

On the recommendation of my friend Princess Talaguit, I have joined, where I am currently publishing a historical novel chapter by chapter as I write the story. It is illustrated, and it is free to read online. As of today, the first 5 chapters of Cries in her Sleep (or Tribulations and Triumphs of Kiowa Artist Dolores Hummingbird) are posted. This is my first venture into self-publishing. Unfortunately, that means I don't have an editor. I'l...

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Princess Talaguit

Posted by Fanny Whitecrow on Friday, June 19, 2020,

June 19, 2020

Exeter, Devon, England

I have a new pen pal. Her name is Princess Talaguit. Really. Princess is her actual name, not a title. She is from the Philippine province of Bicol. We have been Facebook friends for several month, but only recently did we start spending hours upon hours exchanging confidences online. I am always thrilled when I see that she has left me a message, and I hurry to answer it.

We became acquainted through a mutual friend, and then ever so gradually...

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About Me

Fanny Whitecrow My full name is Madeleine Estefania Whitecrow Ashe. I am the niece of Trudy Silverheels, founder of this trading post. To readers of historical fiction, I am known as M W Ashe.
Past managers of this trading post, besides Aunt Bootsy (Trudy Silverheels), are my mother (Miranda Whitecrow), Xiomara Antonia Roma, and Beatrice Garza Johnson. I thank them all for keeping this enterprise operational until I became of age to run it myself.
After a Painting by Maija

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