Truth really is stranger than fiction, Michael Morris learned when hearing the stories from his grandfather that shaped his latest novel Man in the Blue Moon. The highly praised Southern author returns with a new book that will vividly bring readers back to a time of hard-fought survival during the First World War.
His novel is a way to give back to his grandfather and to keep the Southern tradition of oral history alive. According to Michael, “In my life, storytelling has been the key to understanding or at least making sense of human frailty, suffering and triumph. My writing about people of the South, is my reason for being.”
Call 347.327.9995 on Tuesday Sept 11th from 10-11 A.M. U.S. CT to listen to Michael’s oral stories come alive of how family life was like at the turn of the 20th Century living in the South.