Susan Adair Harris

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Susan Adair Harris

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Susan Adair Harris brings a diverse background in screenwriting, academic writing, play writing, and editing an online photography magazine to her novels. The variety of her interests is illustrated by her service as an officer on the boards of a tourist steam train, a state association for adult educators, and a rural fire department auxiliary. She recorded audio books for the Library of Congress Talking Books; taught theatre, communication, and language arts courses in secondary and post-secondary institutions (including college courses in a corrections setting); and coordinated a regional professional development resource center. She broke and trained her own horse (or vice versa), helped raise a family plus numerous dogs, cats, horses p ...more

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Susan Adair Harris The only writer's block I experience is deciding where to focus my energies when I looking for a new project--which ideas to follow and which to let w…moreThe only writer's block I experience is deciding where to focus my energies when I looking for a new project--which ideas to follow and which to let wander into the sunset. I feel for my instincts. When I have an idea that refuses to fade away, that may be a keeper.(less)
Susan Adair Harris First, follow your passion. Write what you really want to write. However, if you write fiction, you do need to do what Stephen King calls sharpening t…moreFirst, follow your passion. Write what you really want to write. However, if you write fiction, you do need to do what Stephen King calls sharpening the blade of your talent. There are basics you need to learn, even if you eventually break rules. You must know the logic behind the rules before you understand the impact of breaking them. Not everyone was meant to share writing with the public, but writing serves everyone.(less)
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Are You as Human as I am?

Recently I read about another controversy—this time over graphics on student t-shirts and hats that were photo-shopped out of yearbook pictures. The t-shirt allegedly said “Feminism is the radical notion that women are people.” What?  The fact that women are people is controversial enough to require censorship? Really? Actually, when I used the same concept previously in a flip response on Faceboo

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