Susan Champlin

Works

Fight for Freedom
(co-authored with Stan Mack)

As the Civil War rages near the Virginia plantation of Twin Oaks, a young slave named Sam makes a fateful decision that will change the course of many lives. Meanwhile, Sam’s friend Annabelle, the plantation owner’s daughter, finds a surprising new role for herself after her father dies in battle.

Road to Revolution!
(co-authored with Stan Mack)

Nick, an orphan and pickpocket, and Penny, a tavernkeeper’s daughter, meet in 1775 Boston—and overcome their initial dislike for each other to begin working together in secret on behalf of the Patriots. Alongside Paul Revere, Joseph Warren, and George Washington, Nick and Penny are at the heart of the action leading to the Revolutionary War.

A sampling of my eclectic freelance work...


Selected Works

Children’s fiction
"…readers will be rooting for Sam and Annabelle to beat the odds."
Publishers Weekly
Children's fiction
"… combines historical fact and fictional characters into an exciting and action-packed narrative."
Junior Library Guild

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