Suzie Louis is happy to say she's no longer a lawyer and enjoying writing fiction and non-fiction.
Last year she opened a new village market at Exeter in the Southern Highlands of NSW and has just published a diary about her experience which is also a handbook for aspiring market and events organisers.
Her books are in a number of genre and reflect not only her evolution as a writer but many interests, as well as a dry sense of humour and cynical outlook on life in general. Try her short story How I Became a Bestseller for a taste of her style.
on April 14, 2012 :
What a surprise - one of those books that sneaks up on you.
It starts as engaging entertainment and then adds character, depth and intrigue. It sparkles with plot adventures and fantasy twists, bringing to life two unlikely members of the royal retinue and their co-conspirators.
'Archie' is heartwarming, comic and at times harrowing, but like all good adventures it drew me into its world and had me wanting more.
Simply put, this book is very readable and full of fun, with a keen eye to the delights of human nature and imagination.
(reviewed the day of purchase)