As mother of two, grandmother of four and daughter of proud bloodlines that are traceable to George Washington, Francis Scott Key, Queen Elizabeth, the royal Plantagenets, and all the way back to Charlemagne, I truly honor the importance of preserving history. How vividly I remember my beloved Aunt Floy Fontaine Jordan wandering into our home office at 2:30 a.m. as I worked on our family book. Startling me, she leaned over, urgently placed her warm, soft hand on my shoulder, and whispered, "Susan, ancestors have been gathering around my bed all night long - all of them shouting Remember me! Remember me RIGHT!
I thank God for the Gift of Words and I will always honor Him by using those words with integrity, imagination, humor and compassion ... by REMEMBERING YOU RIGHT!
In addition to bringing your legacy to life in a book, I now offer publication (including e-books and audio-books). Your book can be written, published and in the hands of family, fans and friends within six months to a year! I work with you according to your budget to produce the quality book you have always envisioned.
A Few of the Books/Biographies by Susan D. Brandenburg:
SAIL THE SEVEN C'S OF MATRIMONY (2015) (written in collaboration with the Rev. Drs. Don & Anne Bloch)
SHARECROPPER'S SON, The Story of Doc Garland Granger (2010)
GUTS The Story of Carlton H. Spence (2009)
PALETTE OF DREAMS
Casey, Leaving a Legacy of Compassion & Determination
In the Midst of Two of Washington's Financial Crises (2013)
Kindle Edition Only - Story of the late great Casey Carter Bonar
HUMMINGBIRDS & HARD HATS
The Ingrid Reeves Circle of Love Story (2011)
(The Stetson Kennedy Foundation and the Joshua Frase Foundation each receive $1 from the sale of this book)
THESE THINGS DID HAPPEN
The Story of Major Joseph C. Bracewell, Jr., USAF-Retired (2011)
Rainbow's End, memoir
of Bess Turk, Poet, World
Traveler, French Chef,
Musician, descended from
an old Virginia family,
daughter of an American
I LOVE TO FISH, by Joseph A. Brandenburg, III, age 11, Illustrated by Ellen Jones (2010)
I LOVE TO FISH
by Joseph A. Brandenburg, III, age 12, Illustrated by Ellen Jones (2011)(The Pediatric Cancer Foundation receives 10% of book sales)
"TEEMIE" Memoir of Marilyn Peyton, A woman of strength, courage, and imagination; a dedicated educator, explorer, athlete and philosopher. (2013)
Memoir of W. Scott McLucas, Philanthropist
and Founder of One World Foundation.
THE BITTER END,
GUTS AND GLORY
Carlton Spence's Fabulous
Bitter End Plantation in
South Carolina, a retreat
for family and friends, a
paradise for hunters.
RODEHEAVER BOYS RANCH,
It is better to build boys than to mend men.
Chronicling six decades of building boys at
Florida's oldest Christian youth ranch.