This week’s #RealLifeWonderWoman is a wife and mother of two with a background in civil engineering–and a passion for writing. Suzi grew up in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and went to school at the University of North Dakota. (GO Fighting Hawks! 💚 Can you guess where I met her?) Suzi started writing seriously in 2010 and in 2015 was invited to be
If you’re like me, you filled some of the unexpected “free time” that 2020 delivered with your nose between the pages of a book…or 30. Yes, reading is my jam. From professional development, faith formation and self-help books to chic lit, psychological thrillers and bodice rippers, I read them all. I’m not fussy. In fact, I appreciate a variety of
Today’s #RealLifeWonderWoman is the critically-acclaimed author of 20 novels. Her engaging stories feature memorable characters facing unique and complex circumstances, often against a backdrop of historical significance. Susan Meissner was born and raised in San Diego, California, but spent some of her adult life living in Minnesota as well as in England and Germany, before returning home to southern California.
I have a thing for Wonder Woman. She inspires me with her grit and determination. I love that she fights for truth and justice. I appreciate that, in spite of her super-human strength, she has the heart of a woman. We encounter passionate, fascinating women every day. These women may not chase down bad guys in shiny red boots and
“Would you like to join our book club?” she asked.
Those eight words were music to this bookworm’s ears.