“Resurrection” of a writer who had been declared dead has the internet confused

“Resurrection” of a writer who had been declared dead has the internet confused

In 2020, the writer's family announced that she had committed suicide

In 2020, the writer’s family announced that she had committed suicide

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The name of susan meachen has gone viral in recent days because it is a romance book writer of Tennessee that supposedly “returned from the dead” after two years and his suicide was announced.

The story of this supposed case of resurrection began in September 2020, with a Facebook post from someone claiming to be the daughter of Susan Meachen, author of independent romance novels, announced that the writer had committed suicide.

Susan Meachen’s friends and colleagues were shocked to learn that she had taken her own life due to online bullying. After the announcement of his alleged death Tributes from fans and authors who had known her and worked with her began to pour in.

During the next two years, Meachen’s Facebook profile was apparently used by his family to publish tributes to the author and inspirational material, as well as to promote her books.

But a couple of days ago something strange happened: susan meachen or someone posing as the writer announced on Facebook that she was not actually dead and that he wrote again.

“I have discussed how to do this a million times and I’m still not sure if it’s correct or not,” read the post, which has since gone viral.

“There are going to be tons of questions and a lot of people leaving the group I guess. But my family did what they thought was best for me and I can’t blame them for that. I was about to die again by my own hand and they had to go through all that hell again. Going back to the ward doesn’t mean muchbut now I’m in a good place and I look forward to writing again. Let the fun begin,” the post added.

The Ward is the community of freelance writers on Facebook in which the above message was posted. Meachen was a member before his “death”, and all those who had mourned his death were shocked by the revelation, especially by the light-hearted tone of whoever wrote it.

Samantha A Colea romance writer who is also a member of The Ward community, wrote on her Facebook account that I was completely horrified and stunned.to when he saw the post attributed to Susan in the group of that social network.

cole too revealed images of chat screenshots which he argued with the account of Susan Meachen, who replied that she simply wanted to “get her life back”.

the confusion continues

Until now no one has been able to confirm 100% that the person behind the Facebook post is really the writer independent, not even despite the efforts of journalists and major media outlets.

Despite the efforts of journalists around the world, neither the author nor her family have made any comment about. For now, all we have so far is the recent post in The Ward and the few interactions Meachen has reportedly had in recent days.

However CNN reports that the police department authorities from Benton City, Tennessee, where Meachen lives, they are investigating the caseBut they said they couldn’t confirm any legal claims against Meachen.

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