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In Liza Nash Taylor’s latest historical novel, IN ALL GOOD FAITH the lives of two women—May Marshall and Dorrit Sykes—intersect in the Great Depression: The era’s economic hardships turn both their lives turned upside down in heartbreaking ways. How they survive makes it worth revisiting one of the most tumultuous periods of 20th Century America.
I talk to Liza about her research into bank failures, hobo life, and Hoovervilles. We also discuss how knitting kept her sane through the Covid lockdown, as well as how it inspired a future book. Liza and I also talk about why we must keep reinventing ourselves: something her heroines did not just to survive, but to thrive.
Liza Nash Taylor’s IN ALL GOOD FAITH is in bookstores now.
After listening to this podcast, answer this question correctly for a chance to win an autographed print copy of IN ALL GOOD FAITH
What specifically did Liza knit during COVID?
(Hint: it inspired a new book!)
Only correct answers will be eligible.
Contest ends 11:59 pm PT, on Sunday, September 12, 2021.