A medical professional turned mother and wife, Susan pretends to be a writer in those rare, cherished moments when the world for a moment is silent. She entered a writing contest in 8th grade and was awarded an honorable mention, which was the first and last time she ever entered a writing contest, what this tells us about her skill I do not know. She has never written a vampire love saga or a pioneer romance and has no plans to do either, and has thus stunted her once budding career!
She enjoys fantasy, fairy tales, and adventure stories and her writing reflects this quaint affectation. She considers Happy Endings (more or less) a requisite to good literature and sanity, though real stories never, truly end.
on Dec. 12, 2014 :
Something compelled me to give this book a try, though at first I am reluctant due to its confusing synopsis which don't really tell what the story is about. Anyway, I am glad I did and glad too that I read on though I was tempted to give up in the beginning. I think Susan writes beautifully and the story (reads like a pilgrimage story) to me really gladden my heart and encourages me in my own journey. Thus I am reminded that it is not by my own might, but by His grace that I shall hope to finish this race. Good job! If you like fantasy, whether you are a Christian or not, you will enjoy this book,
(review of free book)