Susan is an author and speaker whose passion is encouraging contagious hope and inspiring faith-filled strength to overcome life’s challenges. She loves tapping into her 15+ years of project management experience to help equip other writers and speakers to reach for their goals.
Susan’s memoir, A Search for Purple Cows shares her remarkable story of betrayal, abuse, finding faith, the power of forgiveness, and the joy of redemption. She has also published a fiction short story “Secondhand Miracle’ in A Cup of Christmas Joy by Guidepost Books, and has written for Guidepost Magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and for Focus on the Family Magazine.
A native of Pennsylvania, Susan now calls New Hampshire home. She holds a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science. Susan speaks fluent Swedish and enjoys pursuing a hobby of photography. She’s a proud mother of two children, a wife and a stepmother.
Susan will be teaching a breakout session, and taking 15-minute appointments as an Author/Mentor.
What I wish I knew – Lessons I learned as a First Time Author
You want to write a book, but you’d rather not learn all of your lessons the hard way. In this session, we’ll take a transparent look at lessons learned going through the publishing process for the first time. From rejection to working with editors, and learning to wisely spend a book advance, a variety of topics are covered providing insight into the publishing process.
Susan Call – Susan is an author whose works include her memoir, A Search for Purple Cows – A True Story of Hope, in addition to both fiction and non-fiction short stories included in Guidepost’s A Cup of Christmas Cheer and Chicken Soup for the Single Parent Soul. She has written magazine articles for Guideposts Magazine and Focus on the Family. She enjoys encouraging other writers with insights she’s learned from working with editors and other publishing professionals.
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