TBR: Choosing Africa, by B. Susan Bauer

B. Susan Bauer is another wonderful writer I’ve had the good fortune to get to know via the Internet. We’ve been corresponding ever since we began finding that lots of our comments in online writing fora seemed to be in sync. And I’m so glad we discovered that.

Now, Susan has announced the publication of her memoir, Choosing Africa. Subtitled “A Midlife Journey from Mission to Meaning,” the book centers around the experiences of six years in Namibia, where Susan and her husband lived and taught. I haven’t yet read the book, but I have read, and much enjoyed, several of Susan’s Africa-inspired writings, which have appeared in The Apalachee Review, Transitions Abroad, and The Raleigh Quarterly.

Susan is a special soul, and I am so happy to be able to congratulate her on her book’s publication. If her story sounds interesting to you, please visit the Choosing Africa Web site to learn more.

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