One of four daughters — with an unfortunate son arriving smack in the middle — Susan was born and raised in an estrogen-fuelled household in Hamilton, Ontario.
A big fan of university life, she graduated with a history degree from Western University, and library science and teaching degrees from the University of Toronto.
Naturally disorganized, Susan opted out of the library field, instead working for The Globe and Mail and then Seneca College. Four kids later, she decided to stay-at-home, becoming a specialist in offspring dispute resolution.
Writing had always been a much-loved activity, and she happy to have a pursuit that allows her to work at home in sweat pants, drink loads of coffee, and engage in random fits of exercise when she needs a break. An avid reader, Susan loves e-books and falls asleep nightly to the soft glow, oblivious to what happened on the last page.
Susan lives in Toronto with her husband, three sons, a daughter, a dog, and a cat. Her debut novel, NemeSIS, launches in 2017.