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Susan Sands

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A self-described late bloomer, Susan Sands began writing on her fortieth birthday. Her first Southern women’s fiction title, Again, Alabama, was published a mere eight years later.

Susan enjoys cooking, painting--when the mood strikes, playing tennis, and staring into space while contemplating her next novel.

Growing up in small-town Louisiana, Susan's passion for reading sparked her interest in writing—eventually. She now creates stories about the quirky characters and fascinating relationships that are uniquely Southern.

Susan holds a degree in elementary education, and has lived in the Johns Creek/Alpharetta suburb of Atlanta with her husband and three children for over twenty years.

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Thanks for reaching out! Yes, I am definitely writing a series from the characters and setting of AGAIN, ALABAMA. My next story features Emma…more
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Again, Alabama (Alabama, #1)

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Love, Alabama (Alabama, #2)

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Forever, Alabama (Alabama, #3)

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A Journey of Discovery–Noel, Alabama

This is a reblog with a few revisions from Tote Bags ‘n Blogs, May 2, 2020  https://authorsoundrelations.blogspot...? I turned in my new Christmas book yesterday, due out October 19th. The title is NOEL, ALABAMA:   An Alabama Christmas Story. Titles are tricky, and so are covers. This title started differently, but has ended up bearing my maiden name of Noel. I’m not sure if anyone at my publisher Read more of this blog post »
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This story is told from three points of view: Jeffrey, whose wife is missing; he's an abuser who vacillates between anger for her stupidity and real fear. Marcus is the detective who will stop at nothing to find a missing woman, but he has secrets of ...more
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Love, Alabama by Susan  Sands
"A love story full of southern charm that draws you in from the very beginning, causing you to simultaneously fall in love with the characters, the town, the whole shebang ... I’m ready to move to Alabama! Don’t be fooled though, it’s not just a love " Read more of this review »
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"Christmas, Alabama by Susan Sands is a cute city come to country story. Rachel is a transplant but is happy to settle in Ministry, Alabama. The small-town life suits her fine especially since she has a sibling who lives there too. Neighbor, Dr. Nicho" Read more of this review »
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I love Noah and Allie in The Notebook. Their dual story as young passionate lovers and then the desperate love Noah displays as he spends his time reminding Allie of their beautiful past together brings tears and smiles all at once. Sigh.
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“The world and life had a way of changing plans. There wasn’t always forever.”
Susan Sands, Love, Alabama

“Emma had had lots of time since then to research true narcissism and now understood how slickly a person could be fooled by one. Narcissists, according to what she’d learned, were charming, engaging, and as long as the narcissist’s needs and desires were put first, above all else, things could go well in a relationship. Tad had groomed and manipulated her from the beginning to please him. She was pretty, dressed and behaved gracefully, which all served him. She adored him and fell into feeding his ego”
Susan Sands, Love, Alabama

“get it. And no one should blame you, even though they probably will and do. Everyone had their own memory of things and places. Some deal better than others with past events. Some people just never want to go back and feel that way again.”
Susan Sands, Love, Alabama

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