Susanne Lambdin started to write at the age of 8. Her love for fantasy, supernatural, and horror novels and movies was influenced by George Romero, Anne Rice, Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Edgar Rice Burroughs.
"A good horror story should give you goosebumps. A good writer leaves you anxious for their next novel."
Susanne's love for Star Trek took her to Los Angles in the late '80s, where she worked at Paramount Pictures. She received a writing credit for her contribution to Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 4, Eps. 76 "Family."
Her book series, Dead Hearts, a fantasy/supernatural zombie apocalypse with a mutating virus is recommended by actor Spencer Wilding a/k/a Darth Vader in 'Rogue One'.
Her trilogy, The Realm of Magic is an epic dark fantasy set in a medieval realm where magic is outlawed, the king besieged by his enemies, and the heroine, Taliesin, seeking a powerful magical sword to save or destroy the kingdom while pursued by all manner of dastardly villains.
Susanne is known for writing strong female characters to inspire a younger generation. "A female can do anything if she puts her mind to it." - S. Lambdin. Her fondness for the thrills and chills of the undead and supernatural creatures, like werewolves, can be found in her many published novels.