Susan is a storyteller. She has found creative outlets as a playwright, lyricist, teacher, and most recently as a children’s book author.
While working towards her Masters in Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson, Susan worked at a day care center by day. She sang lots of songs, hugged lots of kids, and read lots and lots of books in silly voices.
On her student budget, she started a library for her “kids someday.” (She was in her early 20’s at the time…always a planner.) Her first book was the tasty confection: When You Give a Moose a Muffin. By regularly stalking the discount haven Buck-a-Book, she found the treasure Giraffes Can’t Dance, among other gems.
Susan is grateful that dreams do come true, as she is a proud mom, and her son’s library is always growing. She takes great pleasure in reading to him daily and nightly. Her family’s love and support has been essential on this journey and is greatly appreciated.
Susan loves connecting with audiences through her work and on this blog. Visit suehodara.com to find out more about Susan’s work.