Susan has a B.A. in History of Science, a J.D., and she studied comedy improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade and The Magnet Theater. She has worked in law, business and teaching, and is a writer.

She writes family and business histories, specializing in immigrant stories. She also writes short stories. Several were published in literary magazines, and they appeared in a collection called In the Middle of Almost and Other Stories. 

Her first novel A Suitable Husband explored the political youth groups in prewar Poland through the experience of a young Jewish woman caught between the pressures of her traditional parents and those of her radical political group. It was published by Hearts Diary, an imprint of Vegawire Media.

She has recently completed a second novel called Children of Lies.

She also keeps believes in the value of journaling, both for remembering the many remarkable things that happen every day, as well as for the health benefits of focusing on the funny, entertaining, or enchanting events that occur in our daily lives. She has assembled her ideas in a short how-to book called The Journal Project: Capturing the Magic of Family Life through Stories.

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