Sue Rovens—Suspense Author
Fresh from a Publisher’s Weekly starred review of her second novel, Track 9 follows a couple trapped in a haunted train station in Germany, Sue was already fine-tuning her third book. Buried came out last year from Plump Toad Press. Fans are already discovering the secrets behind this latest tome about a hoarder who lives next to a funeral home, as well as the necrophiliac who works there.
Sue also has two collections of short stories, one of which made a splash of its own. Her story “Coming Over” from In a Corner, Darkly: Volume One, was taken and adapted by the Southern Illinois University theater department and turned into a short film.
Last year, Sue branched out and created Tales of Terror: Live! — a multi-media event held at Nightshop in Bloomington, Illinois. The three-hour spectacular featured speakers, podcasters, a music DJ, authors, and ghost hunters — entertaining a full-capacity crowd for the Halloween season. Tales of Terror: Live 2! is coming again in October, 2020.
Sue, who is a current member of The Chicago Writers Association and The Alliance for Independent Authors (ALLi), has written for (the now defunct) e-zines Machinations into Madness and The Grim Seer Society. She has also been a contributing author on Golden Linings II: More Tiny Tales about Pets, for Pets, (July 2019) and wrote the article “Planning for a Successful Book Fair” for ALLi.
Sue hosts a blog where you can purchase all her books, read interviews from over 125 authors from several different genres, and discover some other artists in the entertainment field. Visit SueRovens.com to learn more.