Authors

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Susan Koehler

After her successful debut novel, Dahlia in Bloom, Susan Koehler returns with a contemporary mystery, Nobody Kills Uncle Buster and Gets Away with It. Coming soon!

Dahlia in Bloom received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews and was named one of Kirkus Reviews’ Top 100 Indy Books of 2019. It also won the gold medal from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association (FAPA) President’s Awards.


Lt. Gen. Lawrence F. Snowden, USMC

General Snowden wrote his memoir as a gift to his family, but realized many people around the world would want to read his story. From childhood memories to impactful events in his military career, second career as a successful international businessman, and calling to community service, the General’s tale is one of inspiration and humble achievement. SNOWDEN’S STORY won a bronze medal from the Military Writers Association of America. Per his family’s wishes, all the General’s royalties are donated to the Iwo Jima Association of America.

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Suzan E. Zan

Suzan E. Zan is not afraid to tell her story with sass, while empathizing with other women who have faced struggles. Her collection of poetry, From Suffering to Salve: My Journey to Happiness, launches April 12, 2021. The host, Midtown Reader, will present a Zoom chat with Suzan in conversation with publisher M.R. Street. More information will be available soon at https://www.midtownreader.com/.


M.R. Street

M.R. Street, MPH, MSI, is a retired state health department employee who often includes public health topics in her stories. She has won awards in middle-grade and young-adult fiction. She owns Turtle Cove Press where she strives to publish quality stories, poetry, and memoirs for children, teens, and families.