Author Archives: Susan Reichert

About Susan Reichert

Editor-in-Chief of Southern Writers Magazine, a magazine for authors and people who love to read.We highlight and promote authors and their books. Married with four daughters. Live in the South. President of a Writers Group.

Gail Gaymer Martin Answers the Age Old Question!

Gail Gaymer Martin Answers the Age Old Question!. Ever felt like you were too old to start a new career?

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Thoughts about home and hearth.

I ran across this quote and decided to share some quotes this week about  love for your country and making it better. There seems to be a lot of things going on in this country. Plus you can see in … Continue reading

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She Does It Her Way-Jamie Langston Turner-A Southern Author

Jamie Langston Turner, is a Southern Author. Her newest book release is To See The Moon Again. In the book you learn The first step to letting go of the past is forgiving it…Every day of her life Julia Rich … Continue reading

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Friday Author and Book Report: Patricia Potter

Patricia Potter is the USA Today Bestselling Author of more than sixty books, including historical romances, suspense and romance. Her complete list of books can be found at Romance Wiki. She has been published by Bantam, Berkley, Harper and Harlequin, and her … Continue reading

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Toni Leonard Rogers, author of Primary Possession

A native of Arkansas, Toni Rogers has lived much of her life in the breath-taking Ozark Mountains where she married her high-school sweetheart and raised two children, a son and a daughter. “The only “real” job I’ve ever had for which I brought … Continue reading

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Friday’s Author-Lisa Wingate

Lisa Wingate’s books hold positions on many bestseller lists, both in the United States and internationally. She skillfully weaves lyrical writing and unforgettable Southern settings with elements of women’s fiction, history, and mystery to create stories that Publisher’s Weekly calls “Masterful” … Continue reading

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What Does He Say About Misfits?

Welcome Doyne Phillips. He is going to share with us about “Misfits”         In every aspect of our society there are misfits, those that just don’t fit the mold. We have seen this is in sports, arts, … Continue reading

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Don’t Talk To Strangers-Amanda Kyle Williams

  Meet Amanda Kyle Williams, author of Don’t Talk to Strangers. If you love thrillers you will love her new book. This book is exceptional in keeping you riveted to every page. In the woods of Whisper, Georgia, two bodies are … Continue reading

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Friday’s Author and Book Report-Sandra Balzo

Small Towns-Big Crimes. That’s Sandra Balzo. She’s a master of creating small towns and infusing crimes in her stories, which makes it perfect reading for a mystery buff like me. Once I start her books, my family knows immediately that … Continue reading

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Terri Marie, an Author You Should Meet

Terri Marie loves to write stories. She loves the fact that her books put smiles on the faces of her readers, and hope they impart a lesson. If you find yourself wanting to sit down again, and turn another page … Continue reading

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