One of the things Susan Finlay likes best about reading novels is that you aren’t just seeing words. If the book is well-written, you’re seeing a movie in your head, feeling what the characters are feeling, and visiting all kinds of interesting places. You’re learning, experiencing new things, and perhaps even finding ways to empathize with people you didn’t previously understand.

That’s why she wanted to learn to write. She wanted to create that kind of experience.

In addition to writing, Susan  loves photography and traveling. She lives in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area with her husband and their cats. Before becoming an author, Susan earned a degree in business and worked as a Bank Auditor.

She has seven published novels and has an eighth book in the final editing stage. She’s always working on a brand new book. The first three books in her Outsiders mystery series are “In the Shadows”, “Where Secrets Reside”, and “Winter Tears”. The fourth “The Forgotten Tomb” should be out in a few months. The first book in her Project Chameleon suspense series is “Liars’ Games”, the first two books in her Bavarian Woods time travel mystery series are “Inherit the Past” and “Tanglewood Grotto”, and the first book in her Chambre Noir mystery series is “The Handyman”.

Susan began blogging in October 2013, and wrote an interview series called, “Meet the Author”. You can read those interviews, and articles on various topics, on her blog: http://www.susansbooks37.wordpress.com. You can find her on Facebook and on Twitter.


11 thoughts on “About”

  1. Interesting that you enjoy the same things I do Susan – so many writers are into photography too. Enjoying your blog.

  2. I really enjoyed your interview with Jane Risdon – friends for quite a while. What a wonderful life she has had.
    I sincerely hope that your book Chameleon finds a good home really soon. If you would like to interview me about me/my writing, please let me know.

    • Thanks, Phyllis. I would love to interview. I’ll send you an email soon.

    • Phyllis, thanks so much for your kind words….I so enjoy our friendship here on Facebook and I know that Susan would have a wonderful interview with you. I hope it can be arranged. I look forward to it. Go for it.

      • Susan Finlay said:

        Thanks, Jane. It’s already in the works. I’ll be sending her questions in a few days.

  3. I shall be back to read it. She is a lovely lady Susan. Thanks.

  4. I look forward to following your blog!

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