1. I have been waiting to see if you would release ‘In Dark Woods and Other Stories’ in a Kindle edition. Are there any plans to release it in an ebook format of any sort? Thanks.

    1. Hi! I don’t plan to, actually–there’s a Kindle edition of IDW, and the other stories are available in pdf as “Shorts” here on the blog. I included them in the paperback edition of IDW so that the book was long enough to be worth printing.

    1. Thank you! I would love my books to eventually be available on Audible, but sadly I haven’t yet had any luck getting that going, so I don’t know when or if they will be.

  2. Dear Susan,
    I am a reader from Germany, so please excuse my mistakes (grammar and spelling) :-). I don’t use facebook or instagram (because I like my privacy), so I choose this way of telling you how much your books mean to me. I started reading English books to improve my English skills, because I need it for my job. 2015 I found you via amazon and read the first story of Lilly and Isaac and since then I am hooked. I often try to understand why the stories are so important to me (I read 36 stories), because I don’t want to lead a live as a biker-lady or have connections to mafia or something like that. What I really like is your view of the world, which I saw through the fictive characters. I like the strong women (Lilly, Brenna and Maddie are close to my heart). I was so touched as I read the last story of Ox and Maddie, because I know what is meant by suffering of meds. I come down with chronic rheumatism and the meds are a pain in the ass and fighting is part of my live. But your strong women are helping, because I never ask “why me” (the only answer is “why not”) and I learn, that life has more to offer than youth, beauty and progress. I am a lucky girl, because my family give me each support I need. So on bad days I wear the necklace with the ”fuck you rheumatism-angel”, raise my middle finger and think of Lilly and Brenna 🙂 and try to make the best of theses days.
    Forgive me if I’m pathetic, but that’s the way to thank you.
    A big hug from Germany and I am awaiting the new stories.

    1. Oh Sandra! This message has filled me with light! Thank you so much for taking the time to write it. I’m sorry for your pain, and I’m honored that my stories help you in any way. I write to give myself strength, and it means the world to me that my words might give others strength, too. A hug right back to you from California! <3

  3. Loved Sawtooth book 2. You a great writer. Just wanted you to know I reviewed it on Amazon and nothing is coming up for some reason..Than you for your writing and stories I love them all!

  4. I just finished “Carry the World”…what a beautiful, timeless story…and wait a minute, how did I not know we had another fabulous author in N. CA?!! Well, I will always support a local author. Thank you for the history lesson and tears of joy.

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