Author: Susan McNabb

Reading, signing and chatting

I’ll be the featured writer reading at the Literary Open Stage on Aug. 2 at 6 p.m. at Lanier Library at 72 Chestnut St. in Tryon, NC. Then come see me at my book signing at The Book Shelf in Tryon, North Carolina, on Saturday, August 4, from 2-4 p.m. at 86 N. Trade St. On Sept. 2, […]

In 1987 …

In this week in 1987, Steve Wariner’s “The Weekend” was number one on the Country charts. I was the lucky girl who got to play his love interest in the music video. I remain a devoted fan.

I’ve got a new book!

My new book is out on Kindle, and will soon be out in paperback as well. The Vampire of Waller County is a cozy novelette with a sweet romance and humor and Book One in the Hogback Series. To learn more about my fiction, visit

Saving an ocean of homeless cats

Published as “Postcards from Phoenix” in the Tryon Daily Bulletin, June 7, 2018  A photo of a sign that reads “Feral Cat Entrance” is on my Facebook page. It was the perfect illustration of my spring in Phoenix, a season of cat catching and making new acquaintances. I’ve certainly learned a lot, especially that it […]

I’m a judge!

Thank you to Tryon Arts and Crafts School for asking me to be a preliminary judge in their national ghost story contest, The Apparitionist. I can’t wait to read all the scary stories! You have until August 27 to enter.

Catching cats on a hot spring day

Published in the Tryon Daily Bulletin, April 27, 2018 I’d been feeding a stray cat for months when I contacted the Animal Defense League of Arizona to get on the waiting list to trap, neuter and release (TNR) my little wild cat. By the time my turn came along (there’s about a two-month wait here), […]

In black and white

I arrived in Los Angeles in the summer of 1984, and among my first jobs was a print ad for the L.A. Times. Shot by a husband and wife team that went by the name Four Eyes Photography, the ad only paid $75, but as often happened on print jobs, I was asked to stay […]

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