She was born into a dual language family. Her dad was a lecturer, and her mum, a housewife. Both her parents were keen artists.
In her early days, Suzy lived in a big old mansion in Wales with her parents and her paternal grandmother.
The house made a huge impression on her in these formative years. There was something magical about it; it had iron gates, a long sweeping driveway. It had an island of trees screening it from the road as if it was a secret place of her very own.
In the neighbourhood, in spring, there were country lanes of wild flowers, in summer, hedgerows where berries grew. In autumn, the sea turned to stormy colors, in winter, frozen waterfalls were crystal tunnels. All year long, there were birds.
From an early age, Suzy loved the colors and moods of nature.
In addition to writing, Suzy enjoys nature walks, film, theatre and music.
She hails from a varied background in teaching, life coaching and estate agency and has worked as a bookseller.
Suzy lives in Florida with her husband, Craig, and two cats who are semi-wild, Dinky and Glammy.