Book Review: A Nose For Prose

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My Father’s Nose is the new charming children’s book by Vitality magazine Listings Manager Suzanne Hartmann.

Author: Suzanne Hartmann
Publisher: Old Sage Hands
Book Publication: 2016

If you’re part of our Vitality community, you’ve probably spoken to Suzanne before, as she’s usually the first person to answer the phone. Most of our advertisers and subscribers have corresponded with her at some point in the last few years.

And, if you’re one of our readers, you’ve more than likely read one of her book reviews or scanned the text-only ads at the back of the magazine that she prepares. By day, she’s our Listings Manager, but by night, it’s a whole different story. In fact, it’s an ode to the nose!

My Father’s Nose by Suzanne Hartmann is a celebration of being different looking. Featuring a silly story with zany photos – it’s fun for the whole family! This is Suzanne’s first children’s book and was originally released exactly one year ago as an eBook through Amazon’s Kindle Store.

After many requests from old-fashioned book lovers as well as the computer challenged, My Father’s Nose is now available as a physical paperback on Better late than never, and it only took a year of trying to figure out yet another self-publishing program! So, if you happen to have little ones around, they will certainly enjoy this short and entertaining read.

Download the eBook or visit Suzanne’s website

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Suzanne Hartmann is currently an MFA candidate at the University of King’s College. She has been awarded the National Association of Japanese Canadians Endowment Fund’s 2020 SEAD grant for her MFA project titled Minyō Memories: Celebrating the Postwar Japanese Canadian Community in Toronto.

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