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Newsletter Dated: 1/23/2002 3:43:40 PM
Subject: Greetings and New Beginnings
Dear Friends, Family and Fans,
I hope you all have begun your New Year's resolutions with some success. I have several but the main ones are some goal setting in getting out 'I'm No Martha Stewart' and 'One Nation Under God, The American Paradox'. Also I will begin to study for my Associates Degree in Paralegal in February. This only adding to my reputation as Reese Witherspoon in 'Legally Blonde', lol. I always set high goals for myself, sometimes I am dissapointed yet other times I amaze myself (and others) wish me luck.
I have already briefed you on 'I'm No Martha Stewart, A Starving Housewife's Guide to Family' but again, if you have any thrifty family ideas please email them to me. Remember to sign your name so that if I use your ideas I may give you credit in my publication. It is the easier of the two (or three) books on my plate this year.
Henry, Hank and the Harvest Moon, my children's book that I have been lingering on is a bit on hold as I need a good illustrator as it is for children. Also finding the right publisher for it has been difficult. Barclay Books was just about to pick it up before they cut their children's book program.
'One Nation Under God, The American Paradox' is what I am really excited about doing. However as I begin to research vital information and facts, I question my ability to produce such a highly controversial and political book. But I am one with drive and ambition and these kind of challenges are what makes a good author. This book will define Christianity in the history of our nation and how Christianity, the Bible, and God are viewed and treated in today's world.
I am not intending to write the book as a Christian trying to lead the blind, but a more factual look at how Christianity has been slowly outcast from today's society and explaining Christian philosophy and foundation beliefs. Of course this time I will be investing in an extensive copy-editing process.
I have learned a great deal about the publishing world the past year and now feel I am better prepared to put out better quality books in the future.
My internet service has been unreliable lately but you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have trouble you can always visit my authors den www.authorsden.com/susieharrison and post a message at 'contact author' if you need to share ideas or reach me.
Meanwhile if you visit www.authorsden.com or are looking for some good books here are some great authors you can check out in the search window at the authors den:
Donna K Swansen -'Angel World Trilogy' and 'Rachel's Daughter...good Christian fictional books comparable to Frank Perretti.
Elizabeth Mertz- 'The Last Gate' great science fiction.
Gigi Phillips - Horror
John Prophet- 'The Salt Marsh Mysteries' good teenage mysteries.
Norm Harris- 'Fruit of the Poisonous Tree' Amazon's #1 Navy mystery book. Great book-best seller
Rosemarie Skaine- 'Woman in Afganistan under the Taliban....speaks for itself!
Thanks and have a wonderful month.