Wednesday, December 16, 2015

From Rural Scotland - Author Sue Hewitt

Hi ya’ll.
We’re back with our last author bio of 2015. We would like to introduce UK author Sue Hewitt. We’ll let her tell you about herself:

Sue was born in Kent in 1957. She has lived happily with her family in the Scottish Borders for the past 25 years. The Cunning Woman's Cup is her first novel. Sue has written sporadically as a pastime since childhood, never thinking it would be possible to get published. The support of friends, family and fellow members of Kelso Writers' Group encouraged her to embark on self-publishing The Cunning Woman's Cup. Serendipitously, she discovered that almost on her very doorstep (in fact, the very doorstep of the house she had first moved into in Scotland) lives Chris Foster - proofreader, editor and ally - whose expertise in transforming an amateur manuscript into a publishable, professional product was priceless. Additionally, Chris's son Kit Foster (who Sue remembers as a small boy) is now an award winning book cover designer. Kit's work in formatting the text and providing all the technical support a technophobe could ever need, as well as producing a superb cover design, has also been invaluable. Sue works as housekeeper and gardener for the artist Susan Ryder. She lives in a picturesque lodge house with arch-shaped windows and doors and enjoys the rural life. 

Thanks Sue. Everyone should check out her work on our BROWSE for BOOKS page at

That’s all for now and we wish you all a safe and Merry Christmas Season…later RC & JP Carter.