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Claire Croxton




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With one twang of a banjo string, Summer Leigh Johnson's tidy, organized life in Barrow, Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon-hunting, tobacco-chewing, bull-riding, redneck ex-husband asks for her help. She has two options: turn h...
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Claire Croxton

After spending over a decade as a technical writer in Northern Alaska, Claire Croxton chucked aside her mukluks, loaded up her cats and relocated to a farm in Japton, Arkansas to pursue a career in writing fiction. She had no idea there were places more remote than tiny, Iñupiaq villages with no road access, yet she managed to find one.  The woods of Madison County are inspirational and Claire has written several short stories that have been published in anthologies.  Her novels, which she refers to as soul-searching snark, are filled with unique characters—strong, bold women and knock-your-bloomers-off hot men.  Sure they’re flawed, but who cares? Have you seen their abs?

If she ever runs out of story ideas, all she has to do is go to the local feed store, sit on the porch with the tobacco-chewing farmers and soak up the country. Somehow along the way, this cat lady acquired three dogs, eleven ducks and too many chickens to count.  She lives with her extremely tolerant husband and not so understanding cats.  When she’s not writing, she’s gardening, baking or thinking about making another quilt.

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With one twang of a banjo string, Summer Leigh Johnson's tidy, organized life in Barrow, Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon-hunting, tobacco-chewing, bull-riding, redneck ex-husband asks for her help. She has two options: turn h...
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Redneck Ex
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A Peek Into the Life of Claire Croxton

My dog, Apun--the Inupiaq (Eskimo) word for "snow"

My dog, Apun--the Inupiaq (Eskimo) word for "snow"
My backyard in Alaska

My backyard in Alaska
Old house on my farm in the Ozarks

Old house on my farm in the Ozarks

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