Neesa Hart

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Neesa Hart
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American

Neesa Hart is an American author of romance novels and political thrillers.

Background[edit]

In college, Hart majored in geography and international affairs and did not take any classes that would lead to a career in writing. She was inspired to become a novelist after taking a political job with Response Dynamics, Inc. writing fundraising letters.[1] Because of this, she met many aspiring novelists and decided to try it herself.[2]

Her political career included working for Senator Strom Thurmond, the William Rehnquist confirmation hearings, and the White House.[3]

She now writes children's music and dramatic productions with Phillip Lanier.

Publications[edit]

She is the author of three books in the Left Behind: End of State spin-off series: End of State: Left Behind Political (2004)[4] End of State: Impeachable Offense: The Conspiracy Grows...(2004),[5] and End of State: Necessary Evils: A Time for Treason (2005)[6]

Personal life[edit]

She currently resides in Virginia.[when?][citation needed] where she shares a music and arts studio with Phillip Lanier http://www.phillipwlanier.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ Friedenberg, Robert (1997). Communication Consultants in Political Campaigns: Ballot Box Warriors. 221: Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-275-95207-5. 
  2. ^ "Left Behind Political Series". LeftBehind.com. 
  3. ^ "Left Behind Political Series". LeftBehind.com. 
  4. ^ Hart, Neesa; Sever, Steve (Jan 8, 2004). End of State: Left Behind Political. 
  5. ^ Hart, Neesa (Aug 11, 2004). End of State: Impeachable Offense: The Conspiracy Grows... 
  6. ^ Hart, Neesa (Jan 24, 2005). End of State: Necessary Evils: A Time for Treason (Left Behind Political). 

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