Rothenberger, Suzanne: - Suzanne Rothenberger spends so much time daydreaming about the 1800s, she suspects that she was born in the wrong century. Because of this interest in the past, Suzanne recently began researching and writing historical fiction about the everyday lives of northern New Yorkers living in the nineteenth century. When her mind wanders back to the present age, she spends time with family and friends. Suzanne enjoys volunteering at her church, reading, traveling, snowshoeing, kayaking, and pestering her husband and their cat. Before entering the retirement stage of her life, Suzanne was a middle-grade teacher for ten years and a food program director at a child development center for nineteen years. Not only is she a wife, but she is also the proud mother of two reasonably well-adjusted adult children and three way-above-average grandsons.