"Susan Aylworth writes delightfully wholesome books.
Her name is a guarantee of heart-warming romance." ~ Debbie Macomber, New York Times best-selling author
It all started when I was a kid. I developed a love of raspberry jam (still love it) and a love of writing (ditto on that one too).
I wrote my first book at the ripe old age of nine. It was eight whole pages! Unfortunately, it was a shameless rip-off of Black Beauty. What can I say? Like most girls, I loved horses (yep, still do). For my fifth-grade career day, I declared my desire to become a rich and famous author. Years later, I’m pleased to have achieved the “author” part of that goal.
One of my favorite things about writing is the research part! I know, it’s a bit of a surprise to some folks, because it sounds suspiciously like “homework”. But for me, it’s so much fun! I truly enjoy researching the backgrounds and careers for the characters in my novels and of course the plot lines. It’s one way to live many lives all at once.
And what better inspiration than beautiful northern California, where I live with my writer husband, Roger (birds of a feather as they say). I’ve also lived on the East Coast and in the Navajo Nation, the setting for several of my novels. Like most women of my generation, I wish the kids would visit more often. When they’re not around, I enjoy playing with my imaginary friends, who take me on all kinds of adventures.
If you enjoy my books, please tell everyone you know: friends, relatives, neighbors, the person who delivers your mail, folks you meet in line in the grocery store…ahem. I love hearing from readers (the good, the bad, and the funny). Reach me at susan[dot]aylworth[dot]author[at]gmail[dot]com
News and Interviews
1.15.20: I was interviewed on Hallee Bridgeman’s blog on January 15.
Read Interview Here