About Me…

8E3A3624I grew up in Northwest Louisiana, but have strong Cajun roots (Southern Louisiana) on both sides of my family. I  live in the Atlanta suburbs with my dentist husband and near-adult children, plus a few furry creatures.

I love to cook and I adore food. I play tennis, but don’t exercise nearly enough. I write Southern romantic women’s fiction. It’s a rare day when I run short of words. I’m a member of the Georgia Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America. I’m represented by Inkwell Management.

I would love to hear from my readers on Facebook, Twitter, or at snsands@gmail.com.

Thanks for stopping by!

Susan Sands

8 thoughts on “About Me…

  1. Just finished Again, Alabama and I loved it! I can’t wait for your second book. Do you have any book suggestions that are similar to yours? Light, fun and just makes your want to curl up under a blanket and read? Keep up the great writing!

    • Hey Laura,

      I’m thrilled you enjoyed Again, Alabama! I’m busy writing Emma’s story right now. Hopefully the wait won’t be too long. I love the same kind of books. Have you read any of Kristan Higgins’ books? She is one of my favorite authors for funny, romantic comedies. She doesn’t get too heavy with the sex scenes. They aren’t Southern but still small town. Karen White is another favorite. She isn’t quite as light a read, but hers are very heartwarming and really take you away. I love historical romances too! I adore anything written by Eloisa James. I hope that helps! Thanks so much for your kind words!

  2. This southern gal from ‘Bama just finished Again, Alabama – which I found on BookBub btw! – and LOVED it. I’m always looking for those lovely southern themes and locations. Maureen and Anna’s stop at The Batesville General Store brought back sweet memories of times spent there with friends. Will definitely be watching for Emma’s story, as well as any others you get out there…… Keep writing!

    • This kind of comment makes me want to clap my hands in delight like a child! I did my job. Yay! The town of Ministry, Alabama is fictional, but the geography all around it is authentic. I’m from the deep South and know it well. I’m thrilled you loved Cammie and Grey’s story! Please find me on Facebook and I’ll keep you posted on Emma’s story. Thanks for taking the time to leave such a nice comment.

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