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Susan Crandall

Susan Crandall

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Susan Crandall | Sleep... Is It Really Safe?
January 12, 2010
I’ve always been curious about the working of the human mind; which has certainly come in handy during my career as a fiction writer  Read More...

Susan Crandall | For the Love of a Small Town   
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July 27, 2009
As some of you may already know, I live in the same small Indiana town in which I was born and grew up.  Sound like  Read More...

Unlike so many writers, Susan Crandall did not emerge from the womb with a pen and paper in hand and a fully formed story in her mind. Instead, she was born with an incredible love for books. For much of her young life, even those exhausting years when her children were young and Susan worked in her previous profession (yes, the rumor is true, she was a dental hygienist) she was an avid reader, always fascinated with words. (Those of you who catch yourself reading the dictionary when you cracked it open to look up mesopelagic you just might have a writer hiding inside you, too.)

Then, her younger sister admitted that she’d been writing, secretly of course, as most writers initially do. That admission led to Susan editing her sister’s work (as the older sister, Susan was never short of opinions to share). Then Susan and her sister co-authored four unpublished novels. Her sister moved on after those four books, but Susan was totally addicted. She’d learned too much about the process of writing, the craft of storytelling and the world of the written word to give it up.

Susan grew up in a small Indiana town, married a guy from that town, and then moved to Chicago for a while. She is pleased to say that she has been back in her hometown for many years and plans to stay. She and her husband have two grown children, four little grands, and two dogs.

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Series

Books:

The Myth of Perpetual Summer, June 2018
Paperback
The Flying Circus, July 2015
Hardcover
Whistling Past the Graveyard, July 2013
Hardcover
Sleep No More, January 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Seeing Red, February 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Pitch Black, June 2008
Paperback
A Kiss in Winter, January 2007
Paperback
On Blue Falls Pond, January 2006
Paperback
Promises to Keep, March 2005
Paperback
Magnolia Skies, August 2004
Paperback
Back Roads, June 2003
Paperback

 

 

 

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