Author Susan Barnes Robbins currently lives in Maine with her soul mate of many years, close to her daughter and two of her four grandchildren. A lover of all types of music, Susan plays the piano, and her family is, of course, the most important part of her life. An avid, lifelong reader, Susan reads constantly and has always wanted to write a book. With this being her first book published, she hopes to embark on other subjects and continue looking into her family background, maybe a book of fictional drama on the subject of the difference in levels of society. At some point, Susan hopes to find a bit of an answer to her strange feeling of being “caught between levels of society.”
“Life in our world can be difficult enough, without having to constantly impress others or be anxious about whether or not we are showing our best selves to those around us. Realizing there are different levels of society and knowing which level we are considered a part of can be a question that quite a few of us pose; it puts us in a certain category for sure,” writes Susan. “It is believed you will find this book both interesting and enlightening in understanding yourself.”
Published by Page Publishing, Susan Barnes Robbins’s engaging tale will take readers on a poignant journey through the author’s life, as she reflects on her experiences and attempts to explore why she has always felt trapped between social classes. By sharing her story, Susan hopes to connect with readers who may share her feelings, and help them to understand why they too, might feel as she does.
Readers who wish to experience this enlightening work can purchase “Living Between Classes of Society” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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