Lisa Schnebly Heidinger

From a young age, Lisa Schnebly Heidinger was fascinated by Arizona.

She established herself as journalist before turning her attention to writing books, speeches and articles.

In addition to spreading her love for her home state, she also teaches seminars on writing.

She is a direct descendent of Sedona Schnebly, of whom Sedona, Arizona is a namesake.

Arizona Writer website

One Book AZ website

Select Bibliography:

“Arizona: 100 Years Grand” (2011)

“Sedona” (2007)

“Calling Arizona Home” (2005)

“Chief Yellow Horse Lives On! And Other Stories of Arizona Places and People” (2003)

“The Three Sedonas” (2000)

“Tucson: The Old Pueblo” (1995)

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