Suzie Carr is a prolific novelist, publishing company owner, philanthropist and avid blogger on her site www.curveswelcome.com. Occasionally she sleeps, but not often.
Whether it's writing about women in love, inspiring new authors, advocating for lgbt equality and animal welfare or blogging about community awareness, positive living, taking action and inspiration... Suzie remains passionate in her beliefs!
She believes in the power of community and fostering a welcoming place where everyone feels connected and their voices are equal, valued and appreciated. Bullying, bigotry and inequality are not welcome on CurvesWelcome... but curves always are.
Suzie's love for the written word started back when she was a child. She enjoyed visiting the library every Saturday to spend hours reading. Books quickly became a constant companion to her and remained as such throughout her childhood.
Always in the creative mindset, she dreamed of a life where she would work by day and write books by night. Unfortunately, twelve hour work days left her no time or energy for learning how to craft a novel. So, off to college she went to pursue her passion for writing.
College fed her hunger for the written word and Suzie devoured anything and everything written on the subject of novel writing while pursuing her degree in communications at Rhode Island College.
Soon after graduating, The Fiche Room, a coming-of-age novel about two women falling in love, was born. Over the years The Fiche Room grew from its humble e-book origins to an Amazon Kindle best seller receiving glowing reviews and recently giving rise to its adaptation, The Curve, a short film currently in production.
With six bestsellers on Amazon Kindle in the lesbian romance and lesbian fiction genres, Suzie continues to write about the beauty of women falling in love with each other to the rave reviews of her growing fans, loyal followers and fellow authors.
Suzie Carr believes strongly in giving back to the community. She donates a portion of book sale proceeds to the Hearts United for Animals and NOH8 Campaign.
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Smashwords book reviews by Suzie Carr
Game 7: Dead Ball
on March 06, 2011
I just finished reading this book this morning, and, as with all great reads, I feel sad that it ended. I love when a writer introduces me to a character and I get attached.
I think what I loved most about this book is how Schatz artistically weaved details into every scene. Everything, down to the smallest fragment, popped off the screen. I love when this happens!
I found myself saying when I was a page away from the end of a scene or chapter that I would stop reading for a bit to get some of my own writing down, but when I read the last word, my eyes kept right on reading the next section. I needed to know what happened next!
Great job! I'll be looking to read more from him.
on July 05, 2011
Just as the title infers, this short story sent my heart fluttering. Honest with its delivery, Dk sets a beautiful story of love, passion, and heartbreak. Anyone who has lost someone they love deeply will surely be touched in the end.