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Suzanne Anderson: Why I Write

Suzanne Anderson: Why I Write

[Although Suzanne Anderson (Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure in paperback and Kindle Edition) had enjoyed success in competitive sports and business, she became aware that her life needed something more. But what? In today’s guest post, the author reveals how she discovered why she writes.] Why I Write On a warm summer afternoon in 1994, as I walked home from my job as Assistant Vice President in Corporate Finance for a Japanese Investment Bank, I paused, looked at the wall of skyscrapers…

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Picture the Book: Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

Picture the Book: Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

If the book title, Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure, sounds familiar there’s a good reason. For on March 14, 2011, the presentation/review — Suzanne Anderson and Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure — appeared here as the author’s first ebook. And, although it was a well-written story, Suzanne wasn’t satisfied and knew she could improve on her work. Truth be told, Suzanne Anderson did much more than rewrite. She chose a new cover, published the new Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure in paperback and Kindle Edition, and…

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Suzanne Anderson and
Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

Suzanne Anderson and
Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

The lovely, idyllic cover of Suzanne Anderson’s ebook debut, Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure [Kindle Edition], holds the promise of a children’s story filled with adventure. And, on one level, that hold true even though the other story told in this book within a book format provides a dramatically opposite tale. In her ambitious, action-packed, suspenseful first novel, the author combined the following two thoughts: 1. A brilliant, talented person knowing she suffered from Alzheimer’s and would slowly lose her mind. 2….

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Procrastinating? Do the Thing You Fear

Guest Suzanne Anderson on
Procrastinating? Do the Thing You Fear

[Putting off until tomorrow, what could be done today is a common human habit. But why do too many of those tomorrows stretch beyond weeks, months, or even years? In today’s guest post, Suzanne Anderson (Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure [Kindle Edition]) — having experienced her share of procrastination — offers a daring solution. ] Procrastinating? Do the Thing You Fear I have a problem with procrastination. I procrastinate about everything. Buying my first house took me fifteen years. I’m currently trying…

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The Revealing of Suzanne Anderson

The Revealing of Suzanne Anderson

For the past two and a half years, Suzanne Anderson has held court at her blog, Table 1, with a contemporary perspective on cultural, literary, and political news. Of course she’s also shared a lifetime dream — that of becoming a published author. Motivated by Karen McQuestion’s attitude and success for writing, then sharing her novels as ebooks at Amazon, Suzanne took the leap on October 1, 2010 and self-published Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure [Kindle Edition]. Here is a one sentence…

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