Suzannah Rowntree is a freelance writer and editor with a particular interest in theology, literature, law, history, and languages.
She blogs on classic literature, vintage novels, and worldview at www.vintagenovels.com, a winner of Story Cartel's 2013 Top Ten Blogs for Book Lovers, and on Biblical femininity at Ladies Against Feminism.
Her work has also been published by Quadrant Magazine, Australia's leading journal of culture and politics.
Suzannah was home educated and holds a bachelor's degree in law. She lives at home with her parents and employs her time in volunteer and freelance work in her family, church and community.
Where to find Suzannah Rowntree online
War Games: Classic Fiction for the Christian Life
Journey through eighteen classic works of fiction from Beowulf and Njal’s Saga to Mansfield Park and The Lord of the Rings, discovering the exceptional wisdom hidden inside the world’s best-loved stories.
The Epic of Reformation: A Guide to the Faerie Queene
Edmund Spenser’s unfinished epic poem The Faerie Queene is English Lit’s best-kept secret. Not only is it a series of epic quest stories sprinkled liberally with battles, gore, monsters, and romance; it’s also a series of profound meditations on the Christian life and virtues, and on top of that, the whole thing symbolises Reformation theology and politics.
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