Paperback $15.00

Feb 21, 2012 | 288 Pages

Ebook $11.99

Mar 22, 2011 | 288 Pages

  • Paperback $15.00

    Feb 21, 2012 | 288 Pages

  • Ebook $11.99

    Mar 22, 2011 | 288 Pages

Praise

“Nobody could have written this book except Dean Faulkner Wells. It is not only charming, poignant and witty, it is a priceless contribution to America’s rich literary history.”Winston Groom, author, Forrest Gump

“Dean Faulkner Wells has written a memorable family story, full of the intimacies of place and cherished connections, that not incidentally sheds unexpected, humanizing light on her august uncle, William Faulkner.”–Thomas McGuane

“A funny, extremely readable, incredibly likable memoir of what it was like to grow up with the great man….A wonderful book.”–Mark Childress, author of Crazy in Alabama

Read Every Day by the Sun, then read Go Down Moses, The Hamlet, The Town, The Mansion, and you will feel you have been on an archaeological dig with a master. Dean Faulkner Wells knows where the gold is buried, where the heart strings sang, where the understanding and love were engendered….Burn the deconstructionists’ texts. Every day By The Sun is all you need.”—Ellen Gilchrist

“I can’t recall the last time I enjoyed a book as much as Every Day By The Sun. Dean Faulkner Wells has performed a miracle: She’s brought a great man back to life, and in doing so she’s summoned a time and a place that now seem too far gone. I love her clean, sharp, unpretentious prose, the well-hewn stories piled one on top of the other, the intimate revelations about a family that belongs to all of us but belonged to her first. William Faulkner is a fascinating character indeed, but it is Wells herself whom I found most captivating. She’s somebody to fall in love with and never get over.”–John Ed Bradley, author, Tupelo Nights

“A fresh, affectionate view of ‘Pappy,’ the great and difficult writer.”–Roy Blount, Jr.

“Part biography, part memoir, Wells’ work does much to humanize the man who is often remembered only for his words. A must-read for Faulkner-philes.”–Kirkus

“Marvelously evocative, intimate, and deeply moving.”
–John Berendt


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