Nationally published author coming to launch latest novel in Many

The Town of Many will receive a special treat when a nationally published author launches her latest novel right here in Many.

Susan Noel Sands, author of five published novels, will be at Many City Hall at 645 San Antonio Avenue, to sign her new novel Home to Cypress Bayou on Saturday, June 25 from 2-4 p.m. She will also speak to guests abut her writing career and the influence of this area on her writing.

She will also appear on the radio program “Save the Date” on Thursday, June 23 at 8 a.m. to talk about her Saturday appearance at Many’sCity Hall.

Sands is a native of Negreet and Many and is a graduate of Negreet High School.  She graduated from Northwestern State University in1989. Sands now lives in Roswell, GA.

Ms. Sands’ visit is sponsored by the Town of Many, Mayor Robert Hable and the Many City Council.  There is no cost to attend the cultural event, and refreshments will be served to the guests as they chat with the noted author.

Susan Sands is the published author of five humorous Sothern fiction novels with Tule Publishing, and the first book in her new Louisiana Bayou trilogy, Home to Cypress Bayou, was released May 31 of 2022. A second full-length novel, The Island of Summer Sunsets was due to be out June 8  from Harpeth Road Press.

Sands pulls her stories and characters from charming small towns and open spaces where the air is clean and words roll out with a lovely Southern drawl and just a hint of “Bless Your Heart”.

Susan is married to Doug Sands (1989). They have three grown children.

She is the 2017 recipient of the Georgia Author of the Year award and is a member of the Atlanta Writer’s Club and the Georgia Romance Writers.

Susan loves connecting with readers! That’s part of why she will be in Many on June 25, but she’s also coming to catch up with old friends and acquaintances and to just enjoy being back home again.

Be sure to Save the Date for Saturday afternoon, June 25, meet this highy acclaimed author of Southern fiction.

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