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Think of the Sunflower Paperback – February 12, 2016
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About the Author
Sandra L. Huska draws heavily upon her own background to make her novels rich in details and realism. Her own spiritual journey, her struggle with fibromyalgia, her extensive knowledge of academe and research, and her many travel experiences all combine to create intriguing novels. She exhibits an uncanny ability to connect the dots in areas where most people don't even notice the page. A skeptical person by nature, she brings a refreshing and believable perspective to metaphysical, spiritual and visionary fiction. She feels that entertainment should also educate and that "Sometimes truths are better told through fiction." Born and raised in small towns in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, Sandra L. Huska obtained her Bachelor's Degree in English from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and a Master's Degree in English from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Most of her career has been spent in higher education administration. Most recently, she served as Director of Grants, and later Director of Continuous Improvement, at California University of Pennsylvania. She currently devotes full-time to her writing and makes her home in the Pittsburgh area. Also by the author: Legs in the Attic (2010) The Man Who Couldn’t Dream (2012) Ups and Downs: Selected Poems of Sandra L. Huska (2014) www.SandraLHuska.com
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