Bookish Musings, Banter & More
Most of her childhood, she grew up in Ohio near the shores of Lake Erie. Here, she found a love of sailing, but also learned to play piano, twirl a baton, and ice skate among other things.
Amazingly, she survived teenhood during the tail-end of the sixties and became a follower of Jesus when she was fourteen. After high school, she attended Ohio Wesleyan University, graduating in 1977 and worked in human resource management for U.S. Bank for seven years before becoming a full-time mom. Sheâ€™s also served as a leader in Bible Study Fellowship and Young Life, and currently leads an interdenominational womenâ€™s group that started ten years ago.
Susan also works as a volunteer administrator for Uganda Orphans Fund, a non-profit, NGO relief organization founded by her husband, Duncan Hill. Since 2002, UOF has built 26 different projects including orphan homes, schools and medical clinics for AIDS and war orphans in Uganda. She also serves on the Board.
Susan started writing for publication about five years ago, cutting her teeth on magazine articles. Two years ago, she took a half-written manuscript and a book proposal to a writerâ€™s conference. A few months later WaterBrook Press, a division of Random House, offered her a contract.
Susan has been married to Duncan for nearly 30 years. Together they have three grown children and live in Montana. She still plays the piano, ice skates and sails whenever possible, but she no longer twirls a baton. Instead, she likes to write.
I have two copies of this book to giveaway and I will be drawing names from the comments on this post left between today and 11:59PM Sunday March 1st. Please share about a time when you tangibly experienced God’s care and presence in your life. Feel free to chime in even if you aren’t entering the drawing. The more the merrier. The winners will be drawn on the 2nd and I will post an announcement when they are confirmed.
To be eligible entrants must have a US mailing address. Please leave an email I can use to contact you if your name is drawn. To avoid spambots trolling for addresses you can use a format such as forest_rose[at]yahoo[dot]com to include your email address in your comment.
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