Monday, October 15, 2012

On Highlighted Author ~ Susanne Lakin, Innocent Little Crimes

Today, over on my Highlighted Author blog, I'm pleased to present Susanne Lakin and her book,  Innocent Little Crimes.  Click the Read More link below to enjoy the presentation. *smile*

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Join me in welcoming Susanne Lakin to Highlighted Author.

Susanne Lakin is novelist and writing coach who spends her time divided between developing new book ideas and helping writers polish theirs. She is the author of twelve novels – six contemporary and six in the fantasy/sci-fi genre. Whether she is exploring the depths of the human psyche and pushing her characters to the edge of desperation, or embellishing an imaginary world replete with talking pigs and ancient magical curses, she is doing what she loves best – using her creativity and skills to inspire and affect her readers.

In all her books, she seeks to journey to the heart of human motivation, to uncover unmet needs, and show the path to healing and grace.

Susan grew up in the “Big Orange,” when there were still orange groves in the Los Angeles basin. Her first novel, A Rip in the Redwood Curtain, was picked up by the first agent who read it, Ben Kamsler – Elmore Leonard's agent at the time.

Among her publications are A Rip in the Redwood CurtainInnocent Little Crimes, Thin Film of LiesThe Wolf Of TebronThe Map Across TimeSomeone to BlameThe Land of DarknessTime SniffersConundrumThe Unravelling of WentwaterIntended For Harm, and The Crystal Scepter.

She comes from a family of successful writers, and I landed her first fiction contract by winning the Zondervan First Novel contest at Mount Hermon in April 2009.

Welcome, Susanne.  Please tell us about your featured book.


Until next time, may your dreams be magical.


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