Sue writes steamy, sexy and fun contemporary gay romance stories, some suspenseful, some gritty and dark, and others just plain ahhhh….sweet.
Lover of angst and conflict, she enjoys putting her characters through the emotional wringer and bringing them out the other side with an HEA or at the very least, a HFN.
Sue is a PAN member of Romance Writers of America and also of the Romantic Novelists Association in the UK. She’s also Editor in Chief at Divine Magazine, an online LGBTQ e-zine, and she’s a Charity Board trustee at The Being Me Campaign in London.
She’s passionate about research for her books and has stayed in a circus, taken lessons from a blind person on how it feels to be non-sighted, and travelled to a lighthouse with maintenance crew to see first-hand what it’s like inside. She’s also written a screen play with Hollywood actor and heart-throb Nicholas Downs, with a view to taking her latest release, Sight Unseen, to the big screen.
She’s a member of Queer Romance Ink, All Author and the Paranormal Romance Guild. Scroll down to find the links.
If you’d like any e-book signed by Sue, please click here to be directed to the Authorgraph site. Alternatively email her at author at susanmacnicol dot com or contact her via Facebook.
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Susan on Twitter– @SusanMacNicol7
She has a couple of other roles she performs as well as writing and publishing. Susan is Editor in Chief for Divine Magazine, an entertainment, music and LGBTQ e-zine. She loves being part of the team and getting to meet a load of interesting and often quirky people. If you have a yen to write a few articles for Divine, or perhaps do a guest post for them, please feel free to get in touch at [email protected]. Find out more about what Divine does here.
Due to her belief that everyone should be treated equal, and should be able to be themselves no matter what their differences, Susan is also a Board Trustee for a wonderful charity called The Being Me Campaign. It’s something she has a real passion for, believing that the culture of tolerance and acceptance starts with youth and yet can also be imparted to adults. You can find more about this by clicking on the link. The Being Me Campaign was proud to be the preferred charity for the shiMMer event that took place in July 2017.
If you fancy hearing Susan’s dulcet tones, or fancy a laugh, here’s some radio interviews she’s done over the years. You might find them informative, hopefully you’ll have a chuckle or two. The first one is a Benedict Cumberbatch themed conversation between two dyed in the wool Cumberbitches
Susan is interviewed by award winning dystopian sci-fi novelist, John Trevillian about my incursion into the writing world.
Interview by Ginni by top Australian LGBT radio station