by Susan Marshall
After completing a Master's degree in Library Science at U. of T., Susan quickly realized that library work was not a good fit for her disorganized personality.
Landing at The Globe and Mail newspaper, Susan later taught at the Seneca College Library Technician Program. Four kids later, she took a break from work outside the home, enrolling in writing classes.
An old adage is to 'write what you know' and Susan is quite familiar with sister dynamics, overcoming shyness and the importance of finding 'your thing' in high school. Born and raised in Hamilton,
Susan lives in Toronto with her husband, four children, Ben the rescue dog and Indie the cat.
Rep'd by Ali McDonald, The Right's Factory
"A smart choice for teen readers." —Kirkus Reviews