LEFT COAST WRITERS FERRY PLAZA BOOK PARTY: More Point Reyes Sheriff’s Calls by Susanna Solomon
When Susanna Solomon read her first short story about the day nothing happened in West Marin, called “Sheriff’s Calls”, to a packed house at Pints ‘N Prose in Fairfax, California, the house exploded with laughter. Now, onto something, she used the sheriff’s calls entries in the “Point Reyes Light” as inspiration for more. Susanna asks, “How can I run out of material with the intriguing people of West Marin, California as my inspiration?” Her collection of short stories, entitled “Point Reyes Sheriff’s Calls”, has been published December 2013 by HD Media Press.
Her success with short story writing came as a complete surprise after over twenty-five years of struggling withwriting novels and memoirs.
When she’s not writing, she’s running her own electrical engineering business.
For samples from Point Reyes Sheriff’s Calls, an interactive map of photos of where in Point Reyes her stories take place and more about Susanna, visit: www.susannasolomon.com