Herstory certainly has its eyes on Zoe Sivak (yes, I made a Hamilton pun, I can't help myself). Her new book 'Mademoiselle Revolution' is a beautiful and riveting debut novel about a young biracial woman and her experiences during the Haitian Revolution and, more specifically, the French Revolution. We had way too much fun chatting together about her book, the romanticism of revolution, favorite snacks, women in history, Emily Dickinson, and the infamous TJR novel 'The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.' I cannot recommend Zoe's book enough, and know you will have a lovely time listening to this episode! As always, thank you for being a Novel Friend.
Interested in buying Mademoiselle Revolution? Follow the link or head to your local bookstore for a copy: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/672375/mademoiselle-revolution-by-zoe-sivak/