About Author Suzanne G. Rogers

Originally from Southern California, Suzanne G. Rogers has also lived in Asheville, North Carolina and Laurel, Mississippi. Currently residing in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, Suzanne writes sweet historical romance, fantasy, and romantic fantasy stories.  She’s owned by a hairless cat, Houdini, and lives on an island populated by exotic birds, deer and the occasional gator. Tab is her beverage of choice, but when she imbibes, a cranberry vodka martini doesn’t go amiss.


My Books

For a complete list of books by me, check out my Amazon author page HERE. Current active titles include:

Historical Romance: Rumer Has It, An American in Paris of the West, My Fair Guardian, Lady Fallows’ Secrets, Spinster, Rake & Romance, The Mannequin, Grace Unmasked, The Star-Crossed Seamstress, A Chance of Rayne, Larken, Lord Apollo & the Colleen, Ruse & Romance, The Ice Captain’s Daughter, Duke of a Gilded Age, Jessamine’s Folly, and A Gift for Fiona.

Young Adult Fantasy: Royal Promenade, Something Wicked in L.A., The Dragon Rider’s Daughter, Dani & the Immortals, Tournament of Chance: Dragon Rebel, The Last Great Wizard of Yden, Dragon Clan of Yden (formerly Children of Yden), and Secrets of Yden.

Romantic Fantasy Novelettes/Novellas: Magical Misperception, Clash of Wills, and Whimsical Tendencies.

Audiobooks include: The Mannequin, Ruse & Romance, Rake & Romance, Jessamine’s Folly, Larken, Spinster, The Ice Captain’s Daughter, Whimsical Tendencies, The Dragon Rider’s Daughter, and My Fair Guardian.

All of my work is ‘sweet,’ (as in little overt sexual content and PG language).


List of Favorite Movies (as they occur to me): Airplane! • The Three Musketeers/ The Four Musketeers – Michael York version (sigh) • Princess Bride • Oliver!Oklahoma! • Anything directed by Hayao Miyazaki • Star Trek (J.J. Abrams version) • The Great EscapeWhite NightsBattlestar Galactica (miniseries) • RED • Captain America • 2012 • That Thing You Do!La Femme Nikita (Anne Parillaud) • Hunger Games • The Eiger SanctionMoonstruckBattleshipGuardians of the Galaxy

List of Favorite Authors (as they occur to me):  Diana Wynne Jones, Jonathan Stroud, Anne McCaffrey, Charles Dickens, L.M. Montgomery, Mark Twain, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Charlotte Bronte, C.S. Lewis, Ursula K. LeGuin, Theodore Dreiser…

List of Favorite Books (as they occur to me): Great Expectations, A Separate Peace, Sister Carrie, The Dragonriders of Pern, The Bartimaeus Trilogy, The Chrestomanci Series, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Howl’s Moving Castle, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, The Wind in the Willows

List of Favorite TV programs: Original Star Trek series, Original La Femme Nikita (with Peta Wilson), Jericho

I’m now on Pinterest, HERE.

2 thoughts on “About Author Suzanne G. Rogers”

  1. Ms. Rogers,

    I’m a copy editor and proofreader. I’ve enjoyed your Diary videos and I thank you for making those available. I’m going to recommend them to several writers I work with.

    I do have a comment about publishing versus self-publishing. It seems that authors are not educated about the difference between content, copy, and line editors. Proofreaders are a whole different beast.

    Many times I’ve read books that were not even proofread for basic grammatical errors and when I’ve brought this to the attention of the writer, s/he is shocked and assures me that the book has been “edited” by the publisher. It, unfortunately, seems to happen most frequently for self-pubs that are “clean.” Perhaps you could do a more in depth diary entry about using content editors, beta readers, and line editors/proofreaders so the new writers can understand the process and what they should expect along the way?

    Paula Bothwell
    Roswell, GA

    Liked by 1 person

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