Multiple Lineages with a Singular Vision: Award-winning Author Suzanne Courtney Weaves An Epic Narrative in Her New Book ‘Child of Many’

Suzanne Gene Courtney, esteemed author, educator and grief coach, has released her seventh book, titled Child of Many. This new one is a deeper exploration of life, death and the space in between.

AUSTIN, TX, March 11, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Accomplished author and grief coach, Suzanne Gene Courtney, is thrilled to announce the release of her new book, Child of Many. The book is a historical narrative and memoir highlighting the connecting points between the Davis and Eastman families. In these pages, Suzanne Courtney has creatively merged the lives of her paternal great-great-grandparents with her maternal lineage.

Let your imagination run wild as you lose yourself in an ornate tapestry of history, family, and a changing world. Enter the Mayflower and Confidence ships setting an impossibly rich and sumptuous stage for the events that roll out, one by one. Names such as Alden, Pitts, Adams, Eastman, Van Buren, and Webster will be woven into this historic fabric.

Civil War-era names like Winifred and Captain Moses Davis might not mean anything to you now, but they’ll mean a whole lot once you commit your time to this serious page-turner. Confederate and Union shell casings click-clack on the ground as cannons boom and rumble during a bloody battle that costs Moses his life. Captain Davis and his wife vowed to meet again. Perhaps they did. The poignant meeting of Suzanne’s parents will make the reader wonder.

Taken from the last page of her story:

Grateful to those who cleared the land, shaped this country, served in her militaries, raised good children, contributed to society, followed their dreams, were brave in the midst of darkness, and were guided by the Lord, I say, “Thank you, and God bless you.” We have a responsibility to ourselves, to each other, and to our magnificent Earth home to love, protect, and help all life. We are connected to all the lives of our ancestors, to our present families, to each other, and to the future generations of our lineages. We are entering a new age, rediscovering our divinity and sovereignty, and recognizing these truths in each other.

A few pondering thoughts: Can we have lived in different lifetimes as members of our soul family? Can we have inherited not only our ancestors’ DNA, but their thoughts, feelings, and physical conditions? Are we circumstantial victims, or can we release undesirable tendencies? Perhaps we can. Have you ever felt as though you have been to a familiar place before but know you haven’t? Perhaps you have.

To the author herself, Child of Many serves as a personal journey into healing from a place of grief and fear; things that plagued her after losing her family members centuries ago to present-day. By searching her ancestral lines and training in the healing modalities, Suzanne has discovered who she truly is…a Spiritual being having a Human experience. She encourages the reader to leave an imprint worth remembering and to discover their precious pasts.

Suzie, as she likes to be called, competently brings history to life. These very real, historical characters spent their days in the realms of military, law, medicine, education, government, science and industry, and so much more. Essentially, Suzanne Courtney puts the reader everywhere he or she needs to be to appreciate her ancestors and possibly, yours.

With nearly 30 years of teaching experience, Suzanne Gene Courtney first took an interest in writing after suffering the loss of her son, Daniel. In a sense, every written word of hers since has been in response to the unthinkable event of losing a child. Even though her books are distinctive, stand-alone pieces of writing, they are also part of a much larger narrative. It is the saga of Suzie’s loss and grief, but in her work, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. There is always hope. Love, gratitude, and understanding follow.

Some have even suggested that Child of Many could be her masterpiece. We’ll let you decide.

If Amazon’s first review is indicative of a successful launch, then readers will be talking about this book: “[Child of Many] is a wonderful journey through time. In our present-day of hustle and bustle, it’s nice to journey back to the simpler times of our ancestors. Their trials and tribulations remind us of the incredible human spirit and what we are capable of accomplishing…Highly recommend!”

To purchase Child of Many directly from Amazon click here.

Please visit Suzanne Gene Courtney’s official website here.


For the original version of this press release, please visit 24-7PressRelease.com here

Multiple Lineages with a Singular Vision: Award-winning Author Suzanne Courtney Weaves An Epic Narrative in Her New Book ‘Child of Many’

Suzanne Gene Courtney, esteemed author, educator and grief coach, has released her seventh book, titled Child of Many. This new one is a deeper exploration of life, death and the space in between.

AUSTIN, TX, March 11, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Accomplished author and grief coach, Suzanne Gene Courtney, is thrilled to announce the release of her new book, Child of Many. The book is a historical narrative and memoir highlighting the connecting points between the Davis and Eastman families. In these pages, Suzanne Courtney has creatively merged the lives of her paternal great-great-grandparents with her maternal lineage.

Let your imagination run wild as you lose yourself in an ornate tapestry of history, family, and a changing world. Enter the Mayflower and Confidence ships setting an impossibly rich and sumptuous stage for the events that roll out, one by one. Names such as Alden, Pitts, Adams, Eastman, Van Buren, and Webster will be woven into this historic fabric.

Civil War-era names like Winifred and Captain Moses Davis might not mean anything to you now, but they’ll mean a whole lot once you commit your time to this serious page-turner. Confederate and Union shell casings click-clack on the ground as cannons boom and rumble during a bloody battle that costs Moses his life. Captain Davis and his wife vowed to meet again. Perhaps they did. The poignant meeting of Suzanne’s parents will make the reader wonder.

Taken from the last page of her story:

Grateful to those who cleared the land, shaped this country, served in her militaries, raised good children, contributed to society, followed their dreams, were brave in the midst of darkness, and were guided by the Lord, I say, “Thank you, and God bless you.” We have a responsibility to ourselves, to each other, and to our magnificent Earth home to love, protect, and help all life. We are connected to all the lives of our ancestors, to our present families, to each other, and to the future generations of our lineages. We are entering a new age, rediscovering our divinity and sovereignty, and recognizing these truths in each other.

A few pondering thoughts: Can we have lived in different lifetimes as members of our soul family? Can we have inherited not only our ancestors’ DNA, but their thoughts, feelings, and physical conditions? Are we circumstantial victims, or can we release undesirable tendencies? Perhaps we can. Have you ever felt as though you have been to a familiar place before but know you haven’t? Perhaps you have.

To the author herself, Child of Many serves as a personal journey into healing from a place of grief and fear; things that plagued her after losing her family members centuries ago to present-day. By searching her ancestral lines and training in the healing modalities, Suzanne has discovered who she truly is…a Spiritual being having a Human experience. She encourages the reader to leave an imprint worth remembering and to discover their precious pasts.

Suzie, as she likes to be called, competently brings history to life. These very real, historical characters spent their days in the realms of military, law, medicine, education, government, science and industry, and so much more. Essentially, Suzanne Courtney puts the reader everywhere he or she needs to be to appreciate her ancestors and possibly, yours.

With nearly 30 years of teaching experience, Suzanne Gene Courtney first took an interest in writing after suffering the loss of her son, Daniel. In a sense, every written word of hers since has been in response to the unthinkable event of losing a child. Even though her books are distinctive, stand-alone pieces of writing, they are also part of a much larger narrative. It is the saga of Suzie’s loss and grief, but in her work, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. There is always hope. Love, gratitude, and understanding follow.

Some have even suggested that Child of Many could be her masterpiece. We’ll let you decide.

If Amazon’s first review is indicative of a successful launch, then readers will be talking about this book: “[Child of Many] is a wonderful journey through time. In our present-day of hustle and bustle, it’s nice to journey back to the simpler times of our ancestors. Their trials and tribulations remind us of the incredible human spirit and what we are capable of accomplishing…Highly recommend!”

To purchase Child of Many directly from Amazon click here.

Please visit Suzanne Gene Courtney’s official website here.


For the original version of this press release, please visit 24-7PressRelease.com here

Stock Ticker

  • Loading stock data...

Today’s Weather

Los Angeles
55°
Clear
6:04am7:36pm PDT
Feels like: 55°F
Wind: 0mph N
Humidity: 84%
Pressure: 29.92"Hg
UV index: 0
SunMonTue
72/55°F
72/57°F
72/54°F