The Little Liverpool Diaries

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See the world through the eyes of Susan Diane (Little Liverpool), a young "Negro" girl trying to make sense of the adult world and her family. Set on the Southside of Chicago during the 1950's, she goes from one humorous calamity to another, usually with her beloved grandmommy in tow!
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Overview

See the world through the eyes of Susan Diane (Little Liverpool), a young "Negro" girl trying to make sense of the adult world and her family. Set on the Southside of Chicago during the 1950's, she goes from one humorous calamity to another, usually with her beloved grandmommy in tow!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984237890
  • Publisher: Faith Books and More
  • Publication date: 8/24/2010
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan was born and raised on the Southside of Chicago. She is the only child of Dorothy Thomas and Norman John Liverpool. Susan attended Hirsch High School and when it became clear that pursuing a dance career was not in the cards, she decided to become a Registered Nurse. Susan graduated from the University of Illinois with a BSN in Nursing. After graduating she moved to Atlanta, married and that union produced her only son, Jason Alexander Hill.

Her heart however, has always and continues to belong to the Arts.Her vision is that by 2030, everyone will be clear that…‘The Arts are a ministry to the Soul’

Susan’s talents also include impersonating ‘Tina Turner’ and she has self published 3 limited edition books of poetry. The latest in that collection called ‘Reflections on Life’ will be re-release in 2011.

She has also written two children’s books, ‘The Lion and the Porcupine’ and ‘The Story of Nappy Hair’Look for these books as well in 2011.

Susan continues to live in Atlanta, Georgia.
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