After 28 years as a librarian in the Harford County Public Library system, Havre de Grace resident Irmgarde Brown decided to write a novel. On episode #34, this sometimes impulsive but talented Indianapolis native stops by Mainstreet to talk about how she wound up living in Havre de Grace after stops in Chicago, New York, and Atlanta, and how along the way she studied acting, got married, raised a family, and in June of this year became a published author with the release of her critically-acclaimed novel "Sister Jane." Ms. Brown also attempts to teach your humble hosts how to pronounce her name -- with mixed results.
To learn more about Irmgarde and "Sister Jane."
YouTube: Trailer for "Sister Jane" https://www.youtube.com/embed/C6bfyyrYLPk
Amazon Author's Page: https://www.amazon.com/Irmgarde-Brown/e/B097NR84FJ?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1631560772&sr=8-2
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