Suzanne Bratcher lives in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas. A passionate reader from her first encounter with the adventures of Dick and Jane, Suzanne wanted to grow up to be Louisa May Alcott. Because she liked school, to support her writing, Suzanne became an English teacher, beginning her career as a middle school teacher and finishing as Professor Emeritus at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. In addition to professional articles and her two textbooks about the teaching of writing, Suzanne has published short stories and poetry in a variety of journals.
Since leaving teaching, Suzanne has been writing mysteries and romantic suspense for the Christian market. The Copper Box, her debut novel, won the coveted American Christian Fiction Writers “Genesis” award in 2013. When she’s not reading or writing, Suzanne enjoys quilting, watching the variety of colorful birds that come to her feeders, and obeying her two rescue cats.
To learn more about Suzanne, visit her website: www.SuzanneBratcher.com
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