My Story from SDCWC 2016Need a speaker for your next event?

You’ve found one.

Susan Reith Swan is an energetic and entertaining speaker who incorporates slides, music, dramatic readings, audience participation, and sometimes even food  into her programs!




Current Presentations:

҉  Living Proof: Miracles Still Happen

After dealing with two rare lung diseases for ten years and on the verge of a double lung transplant, Susan Reith Swan received a miraculous healing from God. Be encouraged by this incredible story, marvel at how God orchestrated his plan to bring Susan and a gentleman from Malawi in eastern Africa together so he could pray for her, see the transformation that occurred, and learn how to recognize God’s hand in your own life. Told with visuals, music, and readings, you’ll be blessed by this inspirational message.

҉  Come, Let Us Have Some Tea and Continue to Talk about Happy Things 

Tea is frequently associated with a time to slow down, step away from the day’s cares, and to share time with family and friends. The recent explosion in tea’s popularity and the hundreds of teas available in stores and online means there is a tea for everyone. This talk includes a brief history of tea, different cultural tea traditions, the difference between black, green, oolong, and white teas, tea in literature, and much more. You’ll also have an opportunity to sample several different teas, taste teatime treats, and enjoy a brief respite from the chaos of life.

҉  It Gets Crowded in My Head: Life as a Writer

Novelist, children’s and young adult author, writing instructor, and former children’s magazine editor, Susan has experienced writing from many different angles. Many of us dream of writing a book. Take a peek into the writing life: it’s joys and pain, it’s quirks, it’s affect on your social life! And where DO those ideas come from? Sometimes the people in your head are more real than your family.  But be careful what you say or do—you might end up in Susan’s next book! This humorous presentation includes readings and audience participation.

Presentations run between 30-45 minutes and can be tailored to your needs.

For available dates and information about fees/honorarium, contact Susan via email:  writingcygnet@gmail.com


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