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Author of the Week, Susan Wittig Albert, Jan. 4

AUTHOR OF THE WEEK  January 4, 2021


Susan Wittig Albert


“Sharing our stories can also be a means of healing. Grief and loss may isolate us, and anger may alienate us. Shared with others, these emotions can be powerfully uniting, as we see that we are not alone, and realize that others weep with us.”


Susan Wittig Albert is an American author of mystery novels. She is author of New York Times best-selling the China Bayles series, Thyme of Death, the Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter, and the Darling Dahlias series. Also she wrote memoir, Together, Along: A Memoir of Marriage and Place. She and her husband Bill coauthor a series of Victorian-Edwardian mysteries under the name of Robin Paige. She was born in 1940.


Read an interview with the author at this link here at Cozy Mystery:

Susan Wittig Albert Interview

“As a writer, I work in three genres, mystery, historical fiction, and memoir.”

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Author of the Week, Vera Brittain, December 29, 2020

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Going forward into 2021, as readers let’s explore famous authors, both classic and contemporary. Once a week I will post  an Author of the Week and a quotation. Finding new authors and new books can be exciting and informative and I love doing the research. Here is my first Author of the Week. Do let me know if you like this addition to my blog.




“Politics is the executive expression of human immaturity.”


Her best-selling 1933 memoir, Testament of Youth, about WWI became a film.


Vera Brittain (1893-1970) documented her experiences as a nurse, in her autobiographical account “Testament of Youth.” She describes how the young nurses worked long hours, in poor conditions. Despite the privations, Vera recounts how she engaged in her duties with great enthusiasm.


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Watch the trailer for the film


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