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Timothy C. Sansone

“Surface-level thinking leaves little room for the journey of finding oneself—for dreamers who throw themselves onto a canvas and grab hold of the palette.” I’m Timothy C. Sansone, a St. Louis attorney and author of women’s success novels.  As an author I tell the stories of successful women who have surmounted challenges of character and […]


“Surface-level thinking leaves little room for the journey of finding oneself—for dreamers who throw themselves onto a canvas and grab hold of the palette.”

I’m Timothy C. Sansone, a St. Louis attorney and author of women’s success novels.  As an author I tell the stories of successful women who have surmounted challenges of character and grappled with incredible obstacles thrown in their way, all along the path toward greater resilience.

As an attorney I seek to earn and keep the trust my clients place in me and my team to take a problem and do our utmost to solve it.  I regularly work on cases in which the stakes are high, the facts of the situation are nuanced, and both sides have dug in.

In the end, the legal cases I handle for clients—and the characters and their relationships I write about in my novels—are about people’s stories. And I enjoy telling those stories to judges and juries in the “real world” as much as I enjoy creating those stories for my readers in the fiction I write.

I would like to spotlight my debut novel, Trusting All I Want, which will launch on Amazon Kindle on January 24, and in hardback, paperback, and Audible (audiobook) within a week or two afterward.

Trusting All I Want is a women’s success novel set in modern Chicago during a whirlwind year for Lana Delacroix, whose story is one of space, boundaries, provocative options, and painful choices. Joining her are Tom Edwards, Jill Nguyen, and Rudy Santana, whose encounters with Lana expose the risks and rewards of trusting fully in one’s desires.

My original plan was a military career.  I was fortunate to be admitted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, which I attended for two and a half years before experiencing an illness that led to a medical discharge.  But I met my wife six months after returning to civilian life, and we’ve been married for over 23 years, with two kids now in college.  Life has worked out just fine for me, and having to leave the Academy ended up being a blessing in disguise.

I’d love to see Trusting All I Want become a bestseller that people not only enjoy reading but also talk about with their family, friends, and romantic partners to better understand the nature of their relationships.

Connect with him:

www.facebook.com/womens.success.novels

timothycsansone.com

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