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S. A. Harazin


S. A. Harazin

S.A. has always loved to write. When she was twelve years old, she bought a typewriter from Western Auto on credit. Yep, the manager gave her credit. She was babysitting all the time practically, and she had enough for a down payment. She began writing bad poetry and stories.
​S.A. started working full time at the hospital when she was fourteen and discovered the electric typewriter in the admission’s office. She got permission to use it on nights when she was not working. She was in heaven. She made her own magazines. S.A. spent her time working, going to school, and typing. She hated school, but she loved journalism class. She was on the "Buzette" staff.
S.A. graduated from Haines City High School. She won't say when. Afterward, she went to nursing school because 1) the hospital gave her a scholarship, and it wasn’t for writing lessons 2) her mother said she needed to learn something where she’d be able to support herself. 
S.A. attended Ida V. Moffett Nursing School at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. She worked many years in a hospital--in CCU, ICU, ER, and outpatient surgery. She now lives in Georgia. She has a great husband and three fantastic kids. 


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Books by S. A. Harazin

by S. A. Harazin - Fiction, Health, Romance, Young Adult 14+

A first kiss. Falling in love. Going to prom. These are all normal things that most teenagers experience. Except for 17-year-old David Hart. His life is anything but normal and more difficult than most. Because of the disease that wracks his body, David is unable to feel pain. He has congenital insensitivity to pain with anhydrosis --- or CIPA for short. David lives with his elderly grandmother, who's now dying. All David wants to do is grow old, beat the odds, find love, travel the world, and see something spectacular. And he still wants to find his parents. While he still can.