Get Susan's Newsletter

(If the link above doesn't work for you, drop Susan an email at, and put "Newsletter signup" in the subject line.)

Free Novella With
Newsletter Signup!

Follow Me:

Follow me on facebook  Follow me on Twitter  Follow me on Goodreads

Auburn Alumni '81
War Eagle!

Night Owl Reviews








My love affair with books began when I made a bad grade in math in the sixth grade. Not allowed to watch TV until I brought the grade up, I filled my time with books. I turned my love of reading into a love of writing romance. If the hero is a smart, sexy and sinfully rich alpha male, he can be found in my books along with a strong heroine that captures the hero’s heart.

When I’m not writing I lead workshops on time management, promoting your books, learning to live with rejection, collaging your storyline and presenting a memorable workshop. For twenty years I was a high school substitute teacher and that is …another bio. I live near Atlanta, Georgia with my husband of over thirty years and have four grown children, and twin grandchildren. My youngest son received a heart transplant.

I love castles, traveling and sewing, crafting and read voraciously.

A few additional interesting (I think so, anyway) facts about me:

  1.  I have spent the night in a castle on the Scottish border.
  2.  I took my four teenager kids to Europe for an entire summer traveling with only a school size backpack for luggage, and swapped houses in Germany and Wales.
  3. I’ve been to 49 of the 50 states.
  4. I got washed overboard while on a deep sea fishing trip.
  5. I have an Atlanta Olympic Games pin collection.
  6. I’ve been to Malta.
  7. My first car was a black and white MGB. Wish I still had it.
  8. I have snorkeled on the Great Barrier Reef.
  9. I majored in Political Science at Auburn University.
  10. I’ve ridden in a Jet boat on a New Zealand river.
  11. I collect apples.
  12. I love hats.
  13. My grandfather was born in the territory of Oklahoma.
  14. I also write nonfiction.
  15. I’ve ridden a mule into the Grand Canyon and spent the night.

Too much info?