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Suzanne Woods Fisher

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Suzanne Woods Fisher lives with her family in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has one husband, four children, one son-in-law, a brand new grandbaby, and a couple of dogs. She graduated from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, and was a free-lancer writer for magazines while her children were growing up.

She published her first novel, Copper Star, with a small press. That book won three literary awards and caught the eye of a literary agent, Joyce Hart. Joyce knew that Suzanne had a family connection to the Plain People (Suzanne's grandfather was raised Plain) and introduced her to an editor at Revell Books.

Genres: Inspirational
Non fiction
   For the Love of Dogs (2009)
   Amish Peace (2009)
   Amish Proverbs (2010)
   Amish Values for Your Family (2011)
   The Heart of the Amish (2015)
   Grit for the Oyster (2016) (with Joanna Bloss, Debora M Coty and Faith McDonald)
Suzanne Woods Fisher recommends
Thankful (2014)
(Return to Sugarcreek, book 2)
Shelley Shepard Gray
"Shelly Shepard Gray has once again crafted a story that will capture reader's hearts from the first page."
A Mother For Leah (2017)
(Windy Gap Wishes, book 1)
Naomi Miller and Rachel L Miller
"Sweet, compelling, and filled with a charming cast of characters who will resonate with readers of all ages."
The Love Note (2020)
Joanna Davidson Politano
"Joanna Davidson Politano has a gift for blending historical romance with just the right amount of intrigue and mystery."
Facing the Dawn (2021)
Cynthia Ruchti
"Cynthia Ruchti outdoes herself in this gripping story about the resilience of the human heart."
A Wish for Home (2021)
(Secrets of Bliss Valley, book 1)
Jo Ann Brown
"A Wish for Home is a moving, fast-paced story about family, secrets, misunderstandings, and figuring out what matters most. This stirring romance is sure to capture readers' hearts."
Butterfly Cottage (2021)
Carrie Fancett Pagels
"This lovely novel, centered on three generations of women as they face a summer of change, will resonate with readers long after the last page is turned."
Along a Storied Trail (2021)
Ann H Gabhart
"Along a Storied Trail might be Gabhart's best book yet."
Beyond the Tides (2021)
(Prince Edward Island Shores, book 1)
Liz Johnson
"Liz Johnson has a gift for creating flawed and likable characters caught in a heart-wrenching yet romantic tale. Beyond the Tides is a perfect summer vacation read."
A Lancaster Family Christmas (2021)
Kate Lloyd
"A heartwarming holiday story of family and forgiveness."
The Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip (2022)
Sara Brunsvold
"Winsome and wise, this thoughtful story of an unlikely friendship between two women will stick with you long after you finish the last page. Oh, if I could only be like Mrs. Kip as I grow old!"

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