Professor Thomas Baker’s Review of The Liberation of Ravenna Morton along with an interview me!
Facing modern problems when her lifelong romance with a Greek artist is closely examined by their children after a child she gave up for adoption dies. The Liberation of Ravenna Morton captures the small-town dynamic of a family’s private secrets being exposed to the world. A poignant look at the melding of two Americanized cultures observed under a microscope.
Today I’m happy to present Suzanne Jenkins, whose book, “The Liberation of Ravenna Morton” I really enjoyed. It is a captivating , well written book. I’ve attached my review at the end of this feature.
But the interview first. Hello Suzanne, welcome to my blog.
Thomas, thank you so much for having me. It’s an honor.
Please tell my readers, how did you come to writing?
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