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Susan Meissner


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Susan Meissner was born on January 9, 1961, in San Diego, California, and was the second of three daughters born to Bill and Judy Horning. she spent her childhood in just two houses; the first in San Diego itself, and the second in a suburb of San Diego called Poway.

Her first writings are a laughable collection of oddly worded poems and predictable stories she wrote when she was eight.

She attended Point Loma College in San Diego, but married her husband, Bob, in 1980 and left college before she could graduate. She had been majoring in education, thinking she might like to teach kindergaren.Currently, Her husband is an associate pastor at a church in San Diego, California, and a chaplain in the Air Force Reserves. When she is not working on a new novel, she is directing the small groups ministries a The Church at Rancho Bernardo. she also enjoy teaching workshops on writing and dream-following, spending time with my family, music, reading great books, and traveling
 
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Lookin' Back, Texas (2008)
Leanna Ellis
"In a smooth pairing of wit and grit, Leanna Ellis weaves a tale of flawed relationships and crippling regrets with wonderfully timed comedic threads. A fresh, clever look at the audacity of love that forgives."
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Chasing Lilacs (2010)
Carla Stewart
"A remarkable debut novel."
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Be Still My Soul (2012)
(Cadence of Grace, book 1)
Joanne Bischof
"If you grew up loving Janette Oke, you'll want to read this tender tale of grace, forgiveness, and redemption."
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The Real Thing (2016)
Tina Ann Forkner
"An insightful, engaging storyteller."
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My Last Lament (2017)
James William Brown
"James William Brown’s brilliance and artistry as a storyteller woos, fascinates and utterly devastates in My Last Lament. If you loved All the Light We Cannot See, you will devour this novel; a heart-rending World War II story you’ve never heard and won’t soon forget."


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