Susan wanted to write as soon as she learned to read. Real people do this? she asked. Her favorite books have always been mysteries and romances, so the mix in romantic suspense was a natural. She loves writing romantic suspense because it throws the hero and heroine together under extraordinary circumstances and pits them against a clever villain. Besides curling up with a good book, Susan enjoys walking her dog, boating, hiking, traveling, and gardening. A former teacher, she is a West Virginia native, but she and her husband have lived in Maine for many years. Originally published with Harlequin and The Wild Rose Press, she is now publishing independently.
FUN STUFF - EXPLORING, SHARING, BOOK EVENTS, ETC.
Because of COVID, I didn't travel anywhere in 2020, but stayed close to home. On the left is my dog Sasha, who doesn't look 14, does she? Next, a picture of Atlantic puffins taken on a boat cruise out to see them where they nest every year. The last was taken at the lake where my husband and I have a cottage. You see an adult common loon with its almost grown chick. Newborn chicks are often prey to eagles from above and snapping turtles from below, so when they survive, it's a celebration for all of us at the lake. I think this chick was one of three that survived.