Apr 052011
 

Susan Gee Heino

Susan began her writing career as a Theatre student, where she discovered writing plays for others to perform was much easier than memorizing lines and showing up to rehearsal every day. After several years working in forsaken little theatres, she settled into her current role as preacher’s wife and child herder.

To preserve her sanity, she took her love of Historical Romance and turned her focus back onto writing. In 2008, she won Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Golden Heart ® Award in the Regency Historical category.

MISTRESS BY MISTAKE was released in 2009 by Berkley Publishing. DAMSEL IN DISGUISE, came out in 2010 and TEMPTRESS IN TRAINING will hit shelves in July of 2011. She is currently working on the fourth book in this series.

  10 Responses to “Susan Gee Heino – Featured Beau Monde Author”

  1. Hi Susan! Looking forward to Temptress!

  2. Love your feature, Susan. Very nice.

    And what a fun way to start out writing—I didn’t know that. I love theater, mostly the small ones. They have so much personality.
    Love the new blog, too. It’s really great! Congrats on all your successes!

    • Caroline,
      Isn’t Susan’s history fascinating?
      And thanks so much for the compliments about the blog,
      Suzi

      • You’re welcome, Suzi! Really, the blog is outstanding. I’ll be checking back in from time to time even though I write westerns. LOL Have a great day!

        ~C

  3. Susan had a wonderful witty way to turn a phrase, I love reading her books.

  4. Silly fingers, that should be ‘has’ a wonderful witty way to turn a phrase, and I do love reading her books.

  5. Thanks, Suzi, for posting me on the wonderful new Beau Monde blog. So much awesome information here! And thank you, too, Suzi, Deb, Caroline and Paulette for publicly saying I don’t suck! I really appreciate it and I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed my books so far. : )

    • Susan,
      You definitely don’t suck! LOL!
      You’re an awesome author and we loved being able to feature your achievements here,
      Suzi

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