Coming in October, 2013 from HarperCollins–Chickens in the Road: An Adventure in Ordinary Splendor, the wild and juicy memoir of my life at Stringtown Rising Farm. (Cows, cookies, high water, and love!) Plus special sections with recipes, crafts, and photographs. (What more could you ask for?)
Find out about my new book here. Read all about my romance novels below.
A Letter from Suzanne
Yes, it’s true–after 26 books, I am no longer writing romance novels. Why? You can read the whole story here (a brief excerpt of which you will find below).
I love the challenge of writing in new and different directions. I love the sheer versatility of writing, the ability to re-invent myself as many times as I like, learning new things and setting new goals. There are always new mountains to climb and new dreams to dream. I have a lot of passion these days for writing about my farm, my animals, old-fashioned cooking, and country life, and, as always, I believe in following your passion. It is my single criteria for everything I write, whether it is my blog or my books. I owe passion to myself, and I owe passion to my readers who either plunk down their dollars for my books or open that bookmark in their browser to come to my blog. I write because I’m driven to share my passion with other people and affect them in a positive way, and so without that passion, there is no impact and there is no purpose for me.
I am a writer, and I am still writing. Where can you find my work now? I write a country living column for the Charleston Daily Mail. You can read my recent columns here. I also write every day here at Chickens in the Road. Come see me! The best is yet to be.
Check out these posts about my life as writer:
How I came to be a romance writer and why I stopped–From the Kitchen Sink to Here
A glimpse into how fun it truly is to be a romance writer–Fun for Me and You
A humorous take on working with Harlequin–Meanwhile, Back at the Spanish Castillo
Discover my life on the farm–read about me.
My Books Around the World
My books have been published in over two dozen countries around the world.
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