In reading the articles and interviews about Linda Williams Jackson and her novel, Midnight Without a Moon, it is clear that this is no ordinary book about the Civil Rights movement.  Even though the backdrop of this novel is the Emmitt Till story, Midnight Without A Moon is about so much more. Born and raised in Rosedale, Mississippi she’s given her debut a small-town feel, with normal, everyday characters who must make difficult decisions.

On this the 10th Day of February, The Brown Bookshelf is honored to present:


Tell Us about The Journey

You know how you always hear the story of the writer who knew she wanted to be a writer the minute someone put a crayon in her hand at age two? Well, that wasn’t me. I don’t ever recall wanting to be a writer as a kid. But by the time I…

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