Author Archives: suehar
My brother Bob and I loved ironing day. On ironing day, our mother filled the laundry basket with dampened clothes. She wrestled her old wooden ironing board from its place in the closet and plugged in her iron. Then as … Continue reading
Congratulations to Rashawn, who won our drawing for THE INVENTION OF WINGS by Sue Monk Kidd! In answer to our question about birthday presents, Rashawn said that her favorite gifts were books, and she knew she wanted to be a … Continue reading
Once upon a time, when my husband and I were almost 22 years old and had been married nearly 3 years (Wow, that’s young.), I gave birth to our first child, a beautiful baby girl we named Koral Kristine. My … Continue reading
In my current novel (Working Title: HORSES OF THE WEST SUN) I write about the ancient peoples from whom so many Europeans descend. In the novel, the two groups I write about are the Volk, who have blue eyes, and … Continue reading
Congratulations to Nancy Rose Stec who won our April 2017 book!! I’ll get the book to you ASAP, Nancy. Happy Reading!
This year for Christmas my daughter-in-law and son gave me a copy of THE PEARL THAT BROKE ITS SHELL by Nadia Hashimi. My daughter-in-law had read the novel in her reading group and fell in love with it. Set in … Continue reading
I grew up in a home where classical music was highly beloved. My mother’s brother, Wilson Sawyer, was an orchestra conductor and a composer. My mom, a classically trained pianist, became a pro at the young age of 13, when … Continue reading