Susan on Ernestine Bradley. – Newsday
“Write the Story You Want to Tell” appeared in The Writer. Read it as a PDF. – The Writer
Susan on funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.
Susan and her house on Long Island were featured in an article called “Write On!” in the New York Post on August 20, 2009. Check it out here.
Write about what you know: like me in the mid-70’s, Judith Singer, the hero of that book, was a suburban housewife with two young children, a husband who commuted into the grown-up world of Manhattan and a passion for murder mysteries. I merely devoured them, four or five a week, clearly an unwholesome number; Judith, on the other hand, wanted to solve them.Continue reading...
Watch my interview with News 12′s Judy Martin:
Susan’s twelfth novel, As Husbands Go, will be released in paperback on April 5, 2011.
She began as someone for whom bravery was defined as electing to wear wide-leg pants in a season of skinny crops. Was there a way for such a woman not only to think courageously, but to act it? Or was it simply too late? I’ve got a license to daydream. Being a novelist is the […]
Great week! I interviewed Nelson DeMille in front of a packed audience in Port Washington, New York’s cultural center, Landmark on Main Street. Then down to Miami for the Book Fair where I appeared with my writing pal Carol Higgins Clark: We wound up interviewing each other. One great question for us both: What book […]
Today, the official publication date of As Husbands Go, I’m going to Joan Smith’s flower shop on Main Street in Port Washington for a Newsday photo shoot. Well, “photo shoot” sounds kind of four-pages-in-Vogue, and for all I know this could be a teeny black and white accompanying the paper’s review of my novel. But the point is […]