February Tour Dates!

Hello, reading friends!

I’ve been holed up at the writing desk working on something new for you but I wanted to pop on the blog for a moment and let you know where I will be in February when AS BRIGHT AS HEAVEN is released into the wild. I would love to see you at one of these events!!


Hosted by Bookmark Shoppe at
Cebu Bar and Bistro – 7 PM (ticketed)
8801 3rd Ave Brooklyn NY 11209-4601
With my Berkley fellow author, Chanel Cleeton and her new release, NEXT YEAR IN HAVANA


Hosted by Aaron’s Books at
Bent Creek Country Club – 6:30 PM (ticketed)
620 Bent Creek Dr.
Lititz, PA 17543


Hosted by Head House Books
Philadelphia City Institute – 6:30 PM (free)
1905 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-5730


Hosted by Litchfield Books at
Kimbel’s Wachesaw – 11 AM (ticketed)
1930 Governors Landing Rd
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Litchfield Books – 2 PM (free)
11421 Ocean Hwy
Pawley’s Island, SC  29585


Hosted by Bookmiser at
Milton Public Library – 2 PM (free)
Meeting Room C
855 Mayfield Road
Alpharetta, GA 30009


Warwick’s Books – 7:30 (free)
7812 Girard Ave
La Jolla, CA 92037


Hosted by Adventures by the Book at
The Claim Jumper  – 12 PM (ticketed)
18050 Brookhurst St.
Fountain Valley, CA 92078

Let me know if you will be able to come!


Author: Susan

This post has 4 Comments

  1. Betty Thiner on January 21, 2018 at 2:53 am

    I don’t see Windom, Mn. On the list.?

  2. Lynnette Swann on February 18, 2018 at 8:26 pm

    You are such a favorite writer of mine. What a gifted writer you are! I gobble your books up as soon as they publish. Here is why. You write quality literature leaving out inappropriate language. You create characters I would love to have as friends or family. Evelyn, Maggie, and Willa reminded me of the sisters in Little Women. Being a teacher I felt such affection for Charlie Sutlif. Reading the scene with Maggie sharing her love of books and reading touched my heart. She was inviting him into her world of reading and could not help but begin showing him how in such a caring way. I welcomed your words from Pauline, “There is something sacred about the body when the soul has left it, no matter which corner of the globe or how far back you look.” I felt this when my mother passed away while I was beside her bed. I had never experienced this before. I was in awe of the fact that my mother continued to teach me about life all the way to her final moments. Every word you wrote in that chapter of Pauline’s was extraordinary. You taught me things about the Spanish flu I did not know. I was hesitant at first to begin your book because of the flu outbreak in our country and so many lives lost, children, mothers, teachers, and others. Jamie and Conrad were favorite characters as well. What a story you told; taking baby Alex, working in the mortuary. You told this story so beautifully. You tied everything together in the most magnificent way. As I move on to other books I will be yearning for more stories written like yours. I can’t wait to get my hands on your next book. This is my favorite book for 2018. The other books out there may as well not even compete.

  3. Susan on February 20, 2018 at 7:27 pm

    Lynette!! Thanks so much your kind words here and especially your sharing your own story with your mom. Your sweet comments here brightened my day! Thank you…

  4. Susan on February 20, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    I know. Too sad….

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