ABOUT

portraitSusan practiced law, teaches writing, is a novelist and script writer, and in her spare time performs comedy improv.

 

NOVELS

Children of Lies 2-3   Children of Lies 

 “…A fast-paced and well-researched love story set against the turmoil of the Israel/Palestine conflict…with insightful observations into human emotion and behavior, as well as the hypnotic power of charismatic personalities…” Publisher’s Weekly reviewer for the Booklife Prize for Fiction

suitable cover A Suitable Husband

 “…A compelling and superbly written page-turner…With engaging characters, appealing subplots, and a fascinating historical background… a highly satisfying read.” Review from Long Island Woman Magazine.

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TV PILOT SCREENPLAY

Dangerous Choices

A Televeision Pilot Script for a Limited Series, Dangerous Choices was a Quarterfinalist in the Los Angeles International Screenplay Competition, 2020 and a Semi-Finalist in the WeScreenplay TV Pilot 2020 Competition and Semi-Finalist in the Miami Screenplay Awards.

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SHORT STORIES

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In the Middle of Almost and Other Stories

…offers up deft, deeply insightful glimpses of women who live in urban landscapes, surrounded by millions of people, but are uniquely isolated amidst the throngs…”  Les Edgerton, award-winning author.

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Contact Susan at ontheedgebooks@gmail.com. 

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