Susan Meier is the author of 45 books for Harlequin and Silhouette and one of Guideposts' Grace Chapel Inn series books, The Kindness of Strangers. Her books have been finalists for Reviewers Choice Awards, National Reader's Choice Awards and Cataromance.com Reviewer's Choice Awards and nominated for Romantic Times awards. They have been published in over twenty countries, touching the hearts of readers of many cultures and ethnicities.
Susan loves to teach as much as she loves to write. Can This Manuscript Be Saved? and Journey Steps, Taking the Train to Somewhere! are her most requested workshops. Her article “How to Write a Category Romance” appeared in 2003 Writer’s Digest Novel and Short Story Markets. Susan also gives online workshops for various groups and her articles regularly appear in RWA chapter newsletters.
As the mother of three children, sister to ten siblings, aunt of over thirty nieces and nephews, daughter, friend and wife, Susan knows that the best things in life frequently involve struggle. Her intimate knowledge of the anguish of life’s trials and troubles and the joy of overcoming shines through in her emotionally gripping stories. Her five bestselling miniseries explore the impact of family dynamics and small town life on romantic relationships.