Neesa Hart is an American author of romance novels and political thrillers.
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. Because of this, she met many aspiring novelists and decided to try it herself.[not in citation given]
She now writes children's music and dramatic productions with Phillip Lanier, and the two co-created The Great Christmas Ring for English Handbells - a mass ringinging collection performed worldwide
She is the author of three books in the Left Behind: End of State spin-off series: End of State: Left Behind Political (2004) End of State: Impeachable Offense: The Conspiracy Grows...(2004), and End of State: Necessary Evils: A Time for Treason (2005)
- Friedenberg, Robert (1997). Communication Consultants in Political Campaigns: Ballot Box Warriors. 221: Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-275-95207-5. Search this book on
- "Left Behind Political Series". LeftBehind.com.
- Hart, Neesa; Sever, Steve (Jan 8, 2004). End of State: Left Behind Political. Search this book on
- Hart, Neesa (Aug 11, 2004). End of State: Impeachable Offense: The Conspiracy Grows... Search this book on
- Hart, Neesa (Jan 24, 2005). End of State: Necessary Evils: A Time for Treason (Left Behind Political). Search this book on
- "Q&A with Neesa Hart". LeftBehind.com.
- "Church musical productions". Frick and Frack Music. Archived from the original on 2005-11-25. Retrieved 2005-10-29.
- Phillip W. Lanier Music Services http://www.laniermusicservices.com
- The Great Christmas Ring, http://thegreatchristmasring.com, http://dciny.org
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