Susan May was hooked on cinema from age seven when she first saw Forbidden Planet and Barbarella. These films were the beginning of her love affair with science fiction and horror. On a Friday, deals were made with her Mother so she could stay up past her bedtime and watch the late night horror flicks starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorrie or Christopher Lee.
Even before this passion developed, Susan May decided she was a writer. Unfortunately, for forty-six years she suffered from a common writer’s disease—life-gets-in-the-way-osis. Discovering a cure in 2010, (write a page a day no matter what) she has since churned out multiple short stories—many becoming award winners and already published.