Ravenscraig Praised in Winnipeg Free Press Book Review

Upstairs Downstairs in a Brash Winnipeg

The Manitoba Free Press (as the Winnipeg Free Press was known in its early years) played a very large role in the development of the stories for Ravenscraig.  Every archived page is available on line through subscription.  It’s an amazing resource that has afforded me both  inspiration and education in my research for the novel.  Imagine my joy in seeing the Saturday edition with a big positive review of Ravenscraig, written by Ron Robinson, a Winnipeg broadcaster and book lover.  He writes:

Welcome to Downton Abbey and Upstairs Downstairs with a Winnipeg twist.

Former Winnipeg journalist Sandi Krawchenko Altner has researched and written a wonderful Winnipeg-warts-and-all historical romance set mostly in the early 1900s. It’s a brash, two-faced Winnipeg, but still a recognizable one.

Thank you, Ron!

Click here to see the entire review in the Winnipeg Free Press on line. (Saturday, January 14, 2012).

By the way, I have started doing “Skype visits” to book clubs, which are great fun.  If your group would like to arrange a Q&A session to talk about Ravenscraig and the stories behind the fiction, I would be delighted to join.  Please write to me at Sandi.Altner@gmail.com.

Click on the image below to see the book trailer.

About Sandi Krawchenko Altner

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