Thursday, April 30, 2015

What do readers have to say about Sue Badeau's writing? PLENTY!


Sue's books,novels,and short stories have received over 125 reviews on Amazon alone!

Who is Sue Badeau and why do readers love her heartfelt,intense writing?

Love children (mom to 22, grand mom to 35, great grandmom to 7!) chocolate, camping, road-trips, writing, reading mysteries and more, standing up and speaking up for those without a voice. I have worked in children's services, policy and advocacy for 35 years. Married to my best friend, I divide my time between my home and kids in Philadelphia and traveling to speak and teach on the topics I am passionate about - healing and hope for children who have experienced trauma, foster care, adoption, permanent families for all kids, and more. My faith is my rock. After the 3rd of our 3 terminally ill children passed away in 2012 we decided the time had come to write our story and so we are proud and excited to share "Are We There Yet? The Ultimate Road Trip Adopting & Raising 22 Kids" with you all!


"This family's journey is an inspiration and a perfect example of Divine intervention. Would that we all had the patience, the unconditional love, the tenacity and the good humor to do for humanity what Hector and Sue Badeau have done. It's got to be read to be believed". Lucie Arnaz and Larry Luckinbill, award-winning actors of stage and screen


"Welcome to Sue and Hector Badeau's glorious journey. A profound and thrilling chronicle of what it truly means to be fearless in the mission of aiding America's most vulnerable children on the journey from darkness into the light. A story that resonates in the hearts and minds for us all. Simply beautiful." Janiva Magness, Blues and Soul singer and Spokesperson for National Foster Care Month/Save a Lifetime Campaign and Ambassador for Foster Care Alumni of America.

Diane Huff Pitts:Sue Badeau writes about something she knows--a multicultural family with all its ups and downs. In this Sweetland installment, Sue injects a different aspect to the Christmas and post Christmas season. A glimpse into another cultural celebration.
When good will should be the norm, fear takes over. Is that so uncommon? No. Fear of what we do not understand or past experiences certainly impact our actions and reactions. So it is in Sweetland.
Sue's writing is engaging and challenging. How will this season end for the Evers' family?

Peggy Blann Phifer:Loved this story! Can't wait for the next one. Sue writes with a heart full of love, not just for the families in her stories but for those these families come in contact with. And, I intend to try every single one of the recipes she included! Just right up my taste-bud alley. Hurry, Sue. Want to know more about this mystery!

Drop by Sue's Amazon Author Page and take a look at all of her titles and much more:http://www.amazon.com/Sue-Badeau/e/B00EHZ95CS/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1

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