Suzanne Synborski is a novelist, book reviewer, freelance writer/editor with experience in public and private sector communications, marketing, public relations, script writing, video editing, photography and web content & design. She is also an adjunct instructor of writing and literary analysis at LSU in Eunice. She publishes her book reviews on
Suzanne holds a Master's degree in British and American literature from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, summa cum laude, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Marketing with a minor in Writing issued by Syracuse University/Utica College, summa cum laude, and an associate's degree from Mohawk Valley Community College, also summa cum laude. She also studied Photography/Darkroom and Silver Smithing at the Munson Williams Proctor Institute School of Art.
While in Louisiana researching locations for a novel, Behind Lace Curtains, Suzanne fell under the spell of Cajun Country. In 1994, she relocated to Louisiana and began working as a freelance copywriter, marketing consultant, and commercial video designer. For two years, she was the feature writer for Acadiana Woman, a regional magazine that highlighted issues important to the women of Acadiana. Suzanne was one of the founding members of the Acadiana Women's Political Caucus, a branch of the National Women's Political Caucus.
Suzanne has published three novels: Behind Lace Curtains, Library Angel, and At the Devil’s Own Game.
When not writing or teaching others to write, Suzanne concentrates on her ongoing study of Uranian Astrology and continues to explore the mystery and magic of Cajun Country.
Unique traits: Owl Freak
At the Devil's Own Game: Louisiana Gothic One
Print Author When Gina, a former prostitute and drug addict from Chicago posing as an apostate nun, crosses paths with Zachary, a Louisiana Satanist posing as a defrocked priest, sparks fly. Each has something that the other requires in order to prevail. What could possibly go wrong?
Behind Lace Curtains
Print by Cauchemar Media (Horror) Author Jake Preston, successful New York photographer, has spent his life searching for something more, a magic he could never quite perceive—yet he always hid behind his camera, always let the lens see for him. Like so many of us, he hungers for a revelation, a denouement, but is terrified at the prospect of finding one . . . until he returns home to discover a body, dead on his blood-spattered bathroom floor and a Cajun French message scrawled on a mirror, in fresh blood, the words merging with his reflection like sordid war paint.
Print by Cauchemar Media (Horror) Author Library Angel tells the story of two college students haunted by oppressive memories of tyrannical mothers; Julia, blessed with a great mind, responds by becoming a reclusive overachiever; Jimmy, challenged with fetal alcohol syndrome, becomes a serial killer. When fate links them through a shared fixation for a library book that harbors damning evidence, Julia embarks on a perilous, unconscious quest for freedom from her past, and Jimmy goes hunting——for Julia.
Munson Williams Institute School of Art-Photography