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3 responses to “Author Interview | in conversation with Lillah Lawson discussing her novel “Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree”.

    • Hallo, Hallo Frankie,

      Sorry it took me so long to respond! I’ve been unable to keep up with my comments this year, despite my attempts to respond within a week if not a month! Somewhere along the route of the year, I had these moments of disconnection where I couldn’t focus on responding. However, in regards to this story – I agree with you completely! I loved how this interview gave me such an up close and personal glimpse into the novel, the characters and the overall message! If my library was still accepting purchase requests this would have been one I had submitted before Summer! I hope one day I can read it – as I felt so connected to the heart of the story just through the author’s responses to my questions. Imagine if I were to read the book? So happy you’ve marked this down for yourself to read, too!

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