Author Spotlight — Susan Page Davis

And today we are blessed to meet, once again, Susan Page Davis, author extraordinaire.


Read all the way through and learn how you might win a free copy of the 12 Brides of Summer.

I decided to put Susan on the spot today (every pun intended) and ask her some tough questions. So here goes:

  • What do you enjoy most about writing?

I love seeing the plot come together and watching the characters reach their goals.

  • What is the problem with writing that was your greatest roadblock, and how did you overcome it?

It’s hard not to let other things eat into my writing time. I have to plan my days carefully and keep a detailed writing calendar, so that I know when all the other writing-related tasks need to be done. I also delegate a lot of chores to family members. But sometimes you can’t help it and you just have to set the work aside for a time.

  • What is your current work in progress?

I’m finishing up a historical romance set in the Arizona Territory (from Barbour publishing, to release in 2017). I’m also beginning a new cozy mystery in the Tearoom Mystery series (from Guideposts—book 1 releases this month).

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And now Susan has a tough question for you. Leave a reply and get entered into the drawing for the free book.


This week I’m giving away a copy of The 12 Brides of Summer. The winner can choose a paperback or an e-book. (Paperback restricted to USA only).

Question for readers:

If money was no problem and responsibilities didn’t interfere, where would you like to travel to?


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Author Bio

Susan Page Davis is the author of more than sixty Christian novels and novellas. Her historical novels have won numerous awards, including the Carol Award, the Will Rogers Medallion for Western Fiction, and the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest.  You can sign up for her newsletter at


Find Susan at:


Twitter: @SusanPageDavis


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About historythrutheages

I write stories of His Story Through The Ages that offer tales of hope and redemption.

Posted on June 9, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Always a joy to be here, Donna!

  2. I would love to travel to England and do the “Grand Tour” like in the olden days.

  3. Debbie, I never traveled on the continent, but I was privileged to visit England and Scotland many years ago. I have great memories of that trip and would love to go back someday.

  4. Hi Debbie, thanks for stopping by. I’ve never been off the continental US, and would love to do that Grand Tour. Imagine the things we’d see. Then again, there is so much history, we might never want to come back 🙂

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