Susan May is an international best-selling dark thriller writer selling over 100,000 books in 2016. With books continually hitting the #1 Amazon best seller genre lists and top #100 of all books sold on Amazon, readers have called her style of writing ‘immersive, thrilling, spellbinding and brilliant. With accolades like “Her name belongs to the A-List suspense writers Parthenon, next to Stephen King, Gillian Flynn, Dean Koontz” and “The foremost genre writer today of the suspense/thriller/supernatural novel,” and “Watch out Stephen King Susan May is coming up on the outside with her outstanding story-telling,” May is winning fans in more than fifty plus countries where her books are sold.

Susan was four when she decided writing would be her life, packed a bag and marched down the road looking for school. But for forty-six years she suffered from life-gets-in-the-way-osis, until 2010 when she decided to write a page a day. This discipline grew into an addictive habit that has since borne international best-selling novels, and dozens of International award winning short stories and novellas.

Her childhood reading diet consisted of Edgar Allen Poe, O'Henry, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents, plus horror comics like Tales From the Crypt. Anything out of this world like The Twilight Zone and Outer Limits had her glued to the television much to the concern of her parents. Inspired by these classics, she pens tales that are simply about the story and the characters. Readers describe her writing

Most days she’s just an average mother and wife living in Perth, Western Australia, but she claims her darn imagination just keeps venturing into the crevices of dark worlds, whether she wants to go there or not.

All Susan May’s books are exclusively with Amazon, so Kindle Prime and Kindle Unlimited customers can read for free. Join Susan’s Mayhem Gang at or come hang out at her private Facebook Club The Mayhem Gang to learn more and join in some crazy fun.


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