Similar authors to follow
Manage your follows
About Susan Quilty
Susan Quilty is an indie author who writes novels featuring strong women in unusual circumstances, often with a sci-fi, fantasy, or psychological twist.
She is currently writing The Psychic Traveler Society, a young adult series.
You can learn more about Susan's latest projects by visiting her website: SusanQuilty.com
Titles By Susan Quilty
Inside Joss' Dollhouse is a fitting tribute to this complex, engaging show. The anthology's 18 sometimes funny, always insightful pieces cover Dollhouse from anticipated start to explosive finish. Drawn from an international contest judged by fan favorite Whedon screenwriter Jane Espenson, its essays get right to heart of what Dollhouse viewers loved most about the show.
Espenson also acts as the book's editor, offering context and extra insight on its topics and the show—a role she played in previous anthologies Finding Serenity and Serenity Found, also on Joss Whedon creations.
From programmer Topher's amorality to the accuracy of the show's neurobiology, Inside Joss' Dollhouse brings Dollhouse back to life with a depth sure to satisfy its many still-mourning fans.
Now, Jeff’s partner-in-crime wants to turn their unfinished project into a money-making scheme, while Joanne’s best friend fears the danger of dredging up buried memories.
Joanne’s heartache must take a backseat as she struggles to find a way forward. She's torn between supporting the future of her husband's incredible discovery and keeping her own troubled history safely locked in the past.
The Insistence of Memory gently bends reality as it explores the truth of what we remember. Which memories are real? Which are blurred? And which would we never want to reveal?
Each of these stories was free-written from a simple prompt, with no planning and very little editing. They cover a range of styles, offering something for every reader. You never know where a free-written story will go!
With this collection, you can enjoy a 10-minute escape whenever you have time for a story break. You can also listen to each of these stories, and more, on Freely Written, which is available on all major podcast apps.
When an elementary school teacher witnesses murder, she's left with painful memories and an inability to make peace with her experience. She now goes through the motions of daily life, sitting up night after night with her never-ending thoughts and everlasting bourbon. A return to her teenage love of drawing begins to revive her, but will her art be a salvation or a path back into the swirling mystery of that fateful day?
To the Left of Death takes a first-person look at the struggle to find connection and purpose while navigating the lingering effects of trauma.
Fourteen-year-old Amanda Jones often finds her mind wandering to the same place: A large Victorian house where each room is lined with many doors. The empty rooms have become a familiar part of her life, yet, as her fifteenth birthday approaches, the pull of the imaginary house becomes so strong that Amanda finds it difficult to focus on anything else.
Why does the house keep drawing her back? What will happen when she gathers enough courage to open a door and see what's on the other side?
Healers and Thieves is the first book in The Psychic Traveler Society series.