Susan's plays were first published and performed age 16.
As a Navy Vietnam Era veteran she was instrumental in helping to set up the Communications Dept. while serving on the Admiral’s Staff.
A severe case of Crohn’s Disease ended her military career and battling the condition left her with an IV machine (TPN) that kept her alive for more than 3 ½ years. During that time. Having spent years at a time in the hospital she continued to write. Now Susan is working to publish the boxes of material she’s accumulated.
Using the G.I. Bill, she received B.S. in Mass Comm from Emerson College in Boston.
Susan writes for all forms of the media interning at the Voice of America, as well as Continental Cablevision. (KEEP-?)
As a claims officer she helped veteran’s and their families file for benefits and spent more than seven years writing a column on benefits for a local newspaper.
Her desire to help others precipitated a return to school‑Law School. Her wish to inform as well as entertain led to her first novel “A Bird Call That Isn’t” an interracial love story set against the American Indian plight in 1800 Ohio. The sequel “Destiny’s Daughter” will be out in 2023.
She is published in several poetry books and has developed three board games.
Susan can be found in the US Navy Memorial, Women In Military Service Association (WIMSA), Lawrence History Center’s Immigrant City Archives, and as a named character in Best Seller M.L. Buchman’s book “Lightening”.
Abigail's tormentor and husband was finally dead, a life of misery and pain, over.Together with her mate and soon-to-be Chief, Stands Alone, and their newborn child, she must flee the colonizing lands she once called home and find her new place amongst Stands Alone's tribe.With the threat of war looming, the very people Abigail's been running from could destroy the life she's trying to build.Her union with Stands Alone could unite the natives and turn the tide of the war, but is this world ready for change?