Michigan writer releases new memoir about her time in Sweden
(Editor's note: This story was first aired on October 2nd, 2013)
Who among us has not had the experience of plunging into something that sure sounded good on paper, but then the reality turns out to be anything but?
So, when life hands you that proverbial lemon, you could make ‘lemonade.’ Or you could write a book.
That’s what Natalie Burg did.
Michigan writer Natalie Burg had a spectacularly bizarre experience living on a farm in Sweden, working as an au pair for a spectacularly bizarre family. She has turned all of that into a new book called “Swedish Lessons: A Memoir of sects, love and indentured servitude. Sort of.”
She joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.