Susan MacGregor is an editor with On Spec magazine and edited the anthologies Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales, (Edge Books) and Divine Realms (Ravenstone Press). Her short fiction has appeared in a number of periodicals and anthologies, including A Method to the Madness, (Five Rivers) and Urban Green Man (Edge Books).
Currently, she's revising a non-fiction book, The ABC's of How NOT to Write Speculative Fiction (Third Printing) and working on the third book in her Tattooed Witch Trilogy, a paranormal romance/fantasy set in Spain during the Inquisition and colonial expansion into the New World.
In this last book of The Tattooed Witch trilogy, Miriam, Joachín, and Alonso finally reach the New World. Here, their destinies are larger than any of them could have dreamed. They also learn a hard truth–the fulfilment of love is not without its sacrifice.
When Miriam Medina and her father are accused by the Inquisition of murdering a high priest, Miriam knows justice is impossible. Their accuser, the Grand Inquisitor, is in fact, the real murderer. Miriam's only hope is to resort to her long dead mother's magical legacy: the resurrection of the dead through a magical tattoo.