Suzanne Kimball is a genuine “swamp-Yankee” (born and raised in Washington County, R.I.) New Englander but various job changes have brought her and her husband via Massachusetts and Florida to a small (but growing-too-fast) town in eastern North Carolina.
She has worked in the corporate world (and was very happy to leave that) as well as a freelance information, editor, copywriter and has gladly taken on any job that requires a creative approach to problem-solving. She came to writing rather late in life. After many years as a graphic designer, writing emerged as another satisfying creative outlet. The creative processes of designing and now writing are an integral part of who she is, not just what she does.
Suzanne's husband (and biggest source of encouragement) and she spend a part of each year indulging in a shared passion—world travel. (Machu Picchu at dawn is a religious experience.) As for the rest, she holds a black belt in aikido, has experienced underwater wonders (and sharks) as a scuba diver. Kayaking, hiking, geocaching, camping and most anything having to do with the outdoors keeps them very active.
She enjoys reading both fiction and non-fiction but will admit to living vicariously through books. (OK, so they were mostly romance novels.) Perhaps that is what sparked her to write love stories that are just a little bit different from most romance genres.
She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and Heart of Carolina Romance Writers.
Where to find Suzanne Kimball online
Dreams and Nightmares, Book 3 of The Stonebridge Trilogy
Set on a scruffy island in the Bahamas, “Dreams and Nightmares” is the story of underwater photographer Calley Porter and police Chief Alex Jackson and their danger-filled road to love. Encounters with the Yakuza, search for treasure and some very large sharks make their story one of courage, strength and hope. Truly a story “close to the heart, far from the ordinary.”
Angels Flying With One Wing, Book 2 of the Stonebridge Trilogy
Fifteen years can’t diminish Allison Janson's love for Daniel Altamont. When they meet again, the attraction is mutual and undeniable. When tragedy strikes, brutally changing the course of Daniel’s life, Allison tries to save him from bleak despair. After a brief moment of hope for them both, tragedy strikes again and Allison is left to pick up the pieces of her broken life without Daniel.
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