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Susan Aylworth is a professor emeritus of English at California State University, Chico, where she taught writing for 30 years, a wife of 42 years, a mother of seven children, gramma to twenty-one, and the author of eight novels. Her books have been published by three publishing houses and in five languages. Her poems have appeared in the Broad River Review and Sand Canyon Review. One favorite work is “Gertrude,” a one-woman play that allows Hamlet’s mother to defend herself. “Gertrude” has been produced by two California theaters.
Susan loves poems, plays, words in almost all form, and good raspberry jam.
Born and raised in Arizona, she now lives in northern California with her writer-husband, Roger, a dog called Pirate, and two quirky cats. Like most women of her generation, she wishes the grandkids would visit more often.
Dee A Mony
on June 24, 2012 :
I would definitely recommend this tender, sentimental and well written romance. I like a book with with enough substance for me to bite into. Learnt a thing or two about the Navajo Indians.
(review of free book)