Elisabeth Potts is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. Elisabeth shares with us her inspiration for writing her first book Berkeley Girl and the influences the Vietnam war had on it. She also shares her journey from writing the book to publishing it. I assure you, you need to click play now.
About Elisabeth Potts
Elisabeth has been writing short stories for as long as she can remember and recently published her first novel, She was raised in San Diego, but it was her experiences at U.C. Berkeley in the late 60’s that led to becoming involved in the anti-war movement. She remained in the San Francisco Bay Area for many years, where she worked as a high school English teacher and now resides in Santa Cruz, California, with her husband, David.
You can find out more about Elisabeth Potts website by clicking here.
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About The Segilola Salami Show
The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author and a blogger. Her latest book is called Useless Warrior Princess.
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