About the Author
Part Cherokee and Iroquois with large doses of Irish
and English tossed in Suzanne McConnell
identifies very much with her Native American ancestry.
Suzanne McConnell worked as a
registered nurse for almost sixteen years caring for and helping
others most of her adult life. She has a hereditary eye condition
that has rendered her legally blind and now keeps her from her
nursing profession. She manages very well and most people would find
it difficult to identify her as someone with a seeing problem until
she runs into you.
Her life journey is discussed in The Still
Before Dawn but really only scratches the surface. Perhaps
one of the best ways to get to really know Suzanne is to join her in
Suzanne has a God given talent for writing and a sharp proven legal
mind having successfully fought a case against the local police
department, local housing authority, and New Mexico county that in
some people's opinion had their collective hands in the cookie jar
and engaged in slum landlord practices. The details never came out
as they all settled.
Writing The Still Before Dawn is not an
enterprise, it is once again Suzanne's love of helping others that
drove her to complete what was a very difficult book to write.
We hope you benefit and enjoy it as much as others have expressed
the benefits and joy that they found reading it. It is not an easy
subject to write about or read, but Suzanne has managed to make
every page turn quickly and easily. Most people have reported
reading the entire book in less than 48 hours.
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