About the Author
“I love to learn by observing – both the people around me, and the natural world. These are the ways God teaches me about Himself.”
Susan’s stories draw the reader into imaginary worlds that surprise and delight, and perhaps inspire. She is a fan of both C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, and this enthusiasm shows in her own work. She also enjoys historical fiction that lets her observe people of different times and places, as well as fiction and non-fiction that explore our relationship to God.
Susan is a retired probation officer and “retired” mother of one well-grown daughter, and is the wife of an Anglican priest.
Book I of Menchian Journeys
Enter a mythical Forest, where trees are the spiritual guardians of the creatures who live among them - and travel with the most unlikely of adventurers as he is called into a Journey that will lead him through friendship, failure, forgiveness, heroism and redemption – and finally to the very Abode of the One.
Susan Anderson was a “successful” woman with grown children and a husband who loved her – but she didn’t really know who she was, or where she belonged. Then she slid into a mysterious world, and met a wise but humble bear named Ambrose.
A fantastical fable of self-discovery