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Suzy Shearer

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All alone and fancy free; Suzy lives in Sydney Australia's Western Suburbs with one very spoiled dog and two equally spoiled cats to keep her company. She is still looking for that once in a lifetime love - the kind that makes your toes curl.

When she is not writing, she is painting. An accomplished Artist, her passion is watercolours and her subject matter ranges from portraits and animals to nudes and seascapes.

Suzy loves to hear from readers so stop by her website or send her an email.

Oh yes … she also has a penchant for crazy coloured hair - pinks, purples and even rainbowed - and for tattoos!

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Q: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

A: I am single, a grandmother, a Buddhist, a widow. I have 2 sons in their 30s, both married with 6 children between them. I am a voracious reader and a bit of a computer nerd. My friends think I am slightly crazy but in a good way.

Oh yes …. I am in my 60s.

Q: How did you choose the genre you write in?

A: Probably because I am single … lol.

Actually, I just found I have a natural affinity for writing erotic romance and I love doing it.

Q: What is your writing dream?

A: My first writing dream came true - to be a published author.

My second would be the same as every author I am sure; to have a bestselling book on the No.1 spot and to have it turned into a movie.

We all need our dreams - no matter how big or how small.

Q: Who is your favorite author?

A: Wow, hard question.

I love erotic romances and paranormal romances so authors like C. D. Rees, J. R. Ward, Christine Feehan but I also love SciFi, Adventures and Thrillers so authors like Tolkien, Matthew Reilly, Anne McCaffrey, Terry Pratchett, Karin Slaughter, Terry Brooks, J. K. Rowling and Jeffrey Deavers.

Q: Which comes first, characters or plot?

A: The characters. I scour the internet for interesting looking men who spark my interest, print out a photo of them and hang it in front of my computer. Then the writing starts. I tend to have older heroes and heroines probably because I am older.

Q: Do you have the whole plot outlined before you start writing?

A: I generally have an idea of what I would like but just let it happen around that general idea. Those pictures in front of me tend to dictate where they want to go.

I keep a spreadsheet of all my characters, their ages, physical descriptions, kinks and relationships to others as most tend to meet up at some point in time and they get their own stories.

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