Susan Elliston


Having traveled and lived all over the world, I have put down roots in Florida. My husband of 36 years, has encouraged me to pick up my writing. Many years ago I wrote two books and then family, children and constant travel kept me from continuing my passion of story telling. Now, once again, under the pen name of Susan Elliston, I find myself back in the world of notes, pages of ideas and research. It is my intention to publish the first of my works very soon here on Smashwords. My other joys are, reading, travel, cooking and most of all my family.

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There's No Explanation
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 15,390. Language: English. Published: November 21, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
There's No Explanation, is a true account of a Near Death Experience unlike any other. If you are afraid of death, or have lost a loved one, this story may help you understand, that death is just another step in the journey of the souls life. This N.D.E experience happened to me at the age of six and is still as fresh in my mind, as the day it happened, 57 years ago.

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Smashwords book reviews by Susan Elliston

  • A Slow Return to Skinny Dipping on Nov. 27, 2011

    Well done Mr. Williams you are a talented writer, who has managed to create a thoroughly entertaining story, filled with characters that I have fallen in love with. I found myself sharing the adventure, not wanting it to end. You took me and introduced me into the Ellie's and Scruff's life of searching and trusting, of loving and learning. I had a hard time putting the book down, especially when Minotella was ever around. I simply could not get enough of her and her words of wisdom. Your words painted vivid pictures. Like an artist would use a brush on canvas, you mastered the art of creating images in the story that pulled on my emotions. To be able to write with such passion, to create such memorable friends and leave me wanting more of their life's story, is worth far more than five stars. I look forward to reading more of your books and can only hope that Minotella finds her way back into a future story.