Sue Knott


Sue Knott is the doting mother of a teen son and the long-suffering wife of an equally long-suffering (but much crankier) husband. She has also been “mom” to a bunny (now deceased) and an extremely energetic pooch.
She has had a varied and successful career as an advertising copywriter. She has lived in Pittsburgh, PA; NYC; LaCrosse, WI; Scranton, PA; and currently makes her home in upstate NY. Occasionally she tries her hand at stand-up comedy, though she is in complete and total terror whenever she takes the stage.
Ms. Knott knows she must do some wild and whacky things to promote her books and is totally dreading putting herself “out there” in the public eye. She asks everyone to please try to overlook her bulges and wrinkles. (Sun damage from the ‘70s…who knew?)
Sue is an avid gardener and wishes she had time to pursue craft projects (or even just to clean her house). She also desperately wishes for you to post reviews and tell all your friends about her book(s).
Sue Knott sincerely hopes that the author of the book that inspired her parody does not in any way take personal offense. Sue offers her lampooning with great admiration for the empire said author has built and with the affection she believes is due every human being. (Truth be told, Sue’s sarcastic wit is much sharper when wielded against her own husband and she hopes to stay in his good graces as well.)
Sue has a sweet tooth. She wears a size 9 shoe. She collects art glass. She recycles. She sewed her own wedding gown (big mistake). She revels in the outdoors and longs to be on the beach. She prattles on at the keyboard. She is a safety nutcase. And she loves to Zumba.

Where to find Sue Knott online

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Interview with TwiLITE author's multiple personalities
Sue Knott, who makes sure we don't forget her name, but can't remember her face, takes a tip from the Pink Panther's disguise guide and then nicely trash talks Stephenie Meyer.


The H.Unger Games Gone Wild A Parody
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 24,880. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Parody, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Humor
Phatness Evermean accidentally volunteers on Infinite Justice Day (slogan: Sticking It To The Revolting Districts For Infinity) and is partnered with admirer/crowd-favorite, Kneader Malarky. Hoping someone else kills Malarky so she doesn't look like a rat, Phatness and her organically grown triple-D breasts are deterimined to win. Are Cupid's arrows as deadly as real ones? With a real rack, yes!
Catching On Fire
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 71,910. Language: English. Published: November 6, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
A pre-dystopian, paranormal romance novel involving a young woman who discovers others have visions of the same strange glyphs that she "sees." She sets out to fill in the blanks and decode the message that she hopes will save the Earth from the terrible future the visions predict.
TwiLITE A Parody
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,920. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Humor
This parody skewers the best-selling novel about the sparkly undead. Whether you're a "Twilight" lover or hater, you'll laugh out loud. Readers have raved: "GOLD!" "I love Twilight. But I swear I think I almost love this even more." "This was hilarious!" This is a true parody that follows its inspiration non-event by non-event. It stars Edward Sullen and Bella Swoon, and boy is she clumsy.

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