Giving is a virtue.
Until it's your downfall.


About The Inheritance of Alchemy

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Shopkeeper Dani Santori uses her magic touch to change her customers’ lives. What she can’t change is gifting away her infant son twelve years ago. Now, recognizing signs her son is in trouble, Dani’s only hope of locating him is an evasive, charismatic man who asks her to give him everything—her Gift, her heart, her livelihood—on the slim chance of finding her son. How much is she supposed to give to get what she wants?

About Suzanne

I’m a novelist, award-winning essayist, avid reader, and lifelong journal writer. I’m a native Texan and divide my time between Texas and Colorado. You’ll typically find me in a comfy place reading a good book, hiking in the mountains, hanging out with my family, and avoiding any surprise encounters with moose.


Also in the Works:
Don't Mention It

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When Simone chases her dream and applies to law school, she doesn’t tell her family. When Arlee Nichols vows to change her ways—and fails—her son’s future isn’t the only one she manipulates. Their unexpected friendship exposes secrets they’ve hidden from everyone, including themselves. As their worlds collide, will they do right by their children—or do what’s right?


From my first piece in my public accounting firm's newsletter, I was hooked on essay-writing. That may have been a random assignment, but it reignited my childhood dream of writing. Since then, my essays about family life, mothering, and women's issues have been published in a variety of national magazines, journals, and newspapers.