Susan Mouw (nee Harris, 1953-present) was raised the middle child in a military family. Born at the Army hospital in Fort Benning, GA, she has lived all over the US and in Baumholder, Germany. Her career spanned 20 years in application development, mostly within the financial community and included a short stint in the US Army as an electronic signals intelligence analyst.
She is now retired and lives with her husband, Barry, on their mini-farm, Sand Castles Farm, in mid-state South Carolina, with their dogs, a cat, and too many to count chickens. She has raised and shown dogs, horses, and chickens and has enjoyed many hours of friendly competition and camaraderie with her friends.Susan was raised in a Christian home, but wandered away from God in her teens. She rededicated her life to Christ at the age of 42 and shares her testimony in her poem, Twenty-five Years, in her first book, The Road to the Cross. Her and her husband now spend much of their time supporting and helping out at their chosen church, Kedron Church in Aiken, SC.
Susan loves to write and is now working on two new projects after the completion and release of her second book, Go Set A Watchman earlier this year.
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