Nonfiction Writing Credits
Writer of EL texts for Darakwon, an educational publisher.
Writer for School Specialty, Inc., Premiere Agenda division.
Past Topic Editor for Curriculum/Education section and the Writing Fiction section at Suite101.com.
Past Sacramento Easy Meals Examiner and Sacramento Budget Wine Examiner for Examiner.com.
Freelance contributing articles have appeared in WOW! Women on Writing, Cat Fancy, The Dixon Tribune, MystericalE, Common Ties, and many other publications.
Fiction Writing Credits
Please go to my Suzanne Lilly page to see my full list of fiction writing credits.
Gold Rush Girl
Book One of The California Argonauts
When Lucinda Martin York arrives in California at the beginning of the gold rush, she is alone and destitute, but holding fast to her dream of becoming one of the first women doctors. She’s willing to do whatever it takes to achieve her goal.
George Arnold has a dream of his own, one he left his family and friends behind to pursue, one that will make him a key investor in California’s golden future. He’s willing to sacrifice everything for his goal.
Although their dreams are divergent, Lucinda and George team together for survival in the mining town of Diggers Flat. They grow close as they deal with thieves, fire, and tragedy, but in the end, it is their very dreams that may tear them apart.
Marin Eriksen has a clairvoyant gift she keeps secret. She wants her life to be controlled, safe, and most of all, ordinary. When her gift reveals sinister activities taking place in her home town of Olympus, California, she’s forced into action.
Aspen Dwyer is a young woman hiding from a past to horrible to mention. She finds love and friendship in Honey Creek, but when her father is released from prison, and threatens her life, she has to decide if she should run again, or stay and fight for the people she loves.
Published February 2013 by Turquoise Morning Press.
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Mariah Davis loves animals, running, and her hunk of a boyfriend, Kevin Creamer. Everything looks bright for her until the day she finds a pair of sunglasses that allow her to see the future.
When she glimpses a disaster looming, she tries to avoid it but fails. She has a car accident that lands her in a wheelchair, smashing her hopes for a running scholarship to the veterinary program at Ohio State University. She pushes Kevin away, thinking he’ll want to end their relationship now that she can’t walk.
Will she ever learn to trust and love again? She could search for an answer in the sunglasses. But she’s afraid that what they reveal might destroy her.
Shades of the Future, published by Turquoise Morning Press, July 2012.
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