Author T. Linn Hill’s new book “Stay Outta Grown Folks’ Business” is the story of Eva “Baby Girl” Solomon on her journey of self-discovery and finding her own voice.

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Recent release “Stay Outta Grown Folks’ Business” from Page Publishing author T. Linn Hill introduces Eva “Baby Girl” Solomon as she embarks on a journey of self-discovery that begins in post-World War II-era Pinecrest, Mississippi.

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Author T. Linn Hill, whose previous work has appeared in the Faith Matters column of the “Reno Gazette”, has completed her new book “Stay Outta Grown Folks’ Business”: a gripping and potent story that follows Eva “Baby Girl” Solomon on her journey of self-discovery. Eva’s journey begins in post-World War-II-era Pinecrest, Mississippi, and leads her to a cell in a Northern California Women’s Correctional Facility in the eighties and several other places along the way.

T. Linn Hill writes, “I’ve never been happier in my life than I was today to be escorted back to a prison cell—my space. That white-coat-wearing Dr. Miller really got on my nerves this afternoon. I’m sick of listening to that shrink lying to me every week about how she can relate to my feelings. How long does she think that she can go on insulting my intelligence at the government’s expense? Even with all her training and degrees on the wall, she’ll never come close to really knowing what it’s like to be Eva Solomon. Always asking, “What are you thinking, Eva?” You see, that’s what I’m talking about. If Dr. Miller really knew me, she’d know that I stopped identifying with the name Eva. I don’t give a damn about who Eva Solomon is anymore. I am Baby Girl.”

Published by Page Publishing, T. Linn Hill’s original tale shares Eva’s journey of growth through life’s highs and lows as she learns to seize the power of her own voice to speak her truth.

Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Stay Outta Grown Folks’ Business” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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