Susan Fox Books & Biography
Susan Fox grew up with her sister, Janet, and her brother, Steven, on an acreage near Des Moines, Iowa where besides a jillion stray cats and dogs, two horses, and a pony, her favourite pet and confidant was Rex, her brown and white pinto gelding. She has raised two sons, Jeffrey and Patrick, and currently lives in a house that she laughingly refers to as the Landfill and Book Repository.
She writes with the help and hindrance of five mischievous shorthair felines: Gabby (a talkative tortoiseshell calico), Buster (a solid lion-yellow with white legs and facial markings) and his sister Pixie (a tri-colour calico), Toonses (a plump black and white), and the cheerily diabolical naughty black tiger Eddie, aka Eduardo de Lover.
She is a bookaholic and movie fan who loves cowboys, rodeos, and the American West past and present, and has an intense interest in storytelling of all kinds and politics, which she claims are often interchangeable.
Susan loves writing complex characters in emotionally intense situations, and hopes her readers enjoy her ranch stories and are uplifted by their happy endings.