The Freedom Dress Michelle Frey at Knopf has bought The Freedom Dress by Suzanne Nelson the story of a debutante in s New Orleans whose life changes when her race is unexpectedly called into question prompting he

  • Title: The Freedom Dress
  • Author: Suzanne Nelson
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  • Page: 434
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  • Michelle Frey at Knopf has bought The Freedom Dress by Suzanne Nelson, the story of a debutante in 1950s New Orleans whose life changes when her race is unexpectedly called into question, prompting her to uncover long buried family secrets Publication is slated for fall 2017 Ammi Joan Paquette at Erin Murphy Literary Agency brokered the deal for world rights.

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    1. Suzanne Nelson

      When she was in kindergarten, Suzanne Nelson jotted down in a school keepsake album that she wanted to be a riter Though she clearly had issues with spelling, she persisted, composing cryptic poems about rainbows, fairies, mud, and even Star Wars in spiral notebooks all through elementary school When she was seventeen, she filled four journals with her handwritten first novel, titled The Dream Keeper To escape her chores, she often lied to her parents about what time her shift started at the local fast food joint so that she could spend an extra hour writing in the parking lot in her mom s faded Buick Her first published novel was The Sound of Munich, followed by Heart and Salsa, The Ghoul Next Door, Cake Pop Crush, and Dead in the Water She is a shameless fan of The Sound of Music, Hershey s kisses, Charlotte Bronte, and Jane Austen, and can often be caught daydreaming of romping about gothic castles in lovely Victorian gowns She was born in New Jersey, grew up in Southern California, attended college in Texas, and spent eight years as a children s book editor in New York City She now lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut with her family.

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