My first book that ever got any kind of ‘attention' was Caitlin Riddler makes a wish. It’s a horror/fantasy spoof with a physics buff warding off an intergalactic demon.
It’s over-the-top and full of sarcasm (teens!?). It’s also dark and horrific.
But someone liked it enough to offer representation. Someone liked the thing I made up. My story. Since then, I’ve tried out a few genres, writing the stories that come to me. My stories. It’s the best feeling.
Suzanne is an award-winning author, based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Her novel, The Joy of Comfort Eating, won the 2016 ROSA Imbali Award for excellence in romance writing, and in 2011, her novella, The Hunt, won the Mills & Boon Voice of Africa competition.
She loves to write stories that dig into the darker side of life. Even if it’s romance. Especially if it’s romance.
Thanks to an epic cake addiction, she is chasing a half-marathon PB.