Author Connie Suttle

Author Connie Suttle:
Urban Fantasy/ Young Adult

Sunday, December 25, 2011







































24 comments:

  1. Connie, I really enjoyed the story. Thank you for sharing again.
    You know, sometimes I just don't get what editors and such are looking for in a book. This held my attention from beginning to end. Maybe you're just too unique for them.
    Merry Christmas.

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  2. I love it!! Silly publishers! Who wants a boring, simple story when you can have one with depth!

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  3. Thanks, Dolly. I obviously didn't understand what they were looking for, either, but I will say this: Ghost stories have gotten popular in the last year or so. I have no idea if I was ahead of the curve or fooling myself. Probably the latter :) And I've toyed with the idea of writing a few books about Conner and her unique talents while she lived in Atlanta. I guess I need to get cracking to write all the books I want to write :D

    Merry Christmas to you, too, and the happiest of new years!
    Connie

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  4. Thank you, Greer! I wasn't sure anybody would like it, but it (like my books), was just sitting there gathering dust. It was great to hear from you, and thanks so much for posting!
    Connie

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  5. I enjoyed reading this again! It's been a couple of years. I'd forgotten how much I enjoy Connor's sense of humor.

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  6. I know :) I'd almost forgotten about this one, it was buried in the backup file.
    cs

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  7. First time I have read this short story and loved it. Maybe some day a book of short stories would be nice. If your schedule ever permits.

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  8. Thanks, Pony! I wish I could split myself into three people right now, there's so many things I want to write :)
    Happy new year!
    Connie

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  9. Fantastic!!! Loved every minute of it and would love to read more of Conner! Thanks for sharing this and I hope you had a Merry Christmas! Happy New Year to you too!

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  10. Thank you, Sarah! I have so many ideas I could work into stories about Conner. I just need to bend time a little, I think. Hope your new year is amazing and everything you want it to be!
    Connie

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  11. Thank you so much for posting this.... I loved it.... Can't wait to read more of what you've been writing....

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  12. Thanks, casey993 :) Have a wonderful evening!
    Connie

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  13. As always you leave me hanging for more....
    That's what gets me hooked to certain authors, when the book/story is over I am always wanting more. Thanks for the story!!!

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  14. Thanks, Scurlock Family! Glad you enjoyed it :)
    Have a great evening--
    Connie

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  15. Another great read. I love all the twists and turns....I couldn't stop reading...AGAIN. You are, for sure, one of my favorite writers. Don't ever put the pen down. Thanks again, can't wait for more!

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  16. Thanks, gardengirl9479! You made my morning :)
    Connie

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  17. It is a good short story. But I am confused where Graegar (the son) fits into the overall picture. In your books, you state the Larentii are named after their mother. So how does Graegar (the son) have the same name as his father. Also you introduced Conngar (son of Braegar) in a novel. How does the naming work if you have more than one Larentii child.

    Thanks for the short story and I wish you a wondedrful New Year!

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  18. Hi, elb4966 :)
    That is a great question. Connegar, Conner's son with Barrigar, was born first. Garegar (pronounced Gary-gar) the son of Graegar (pronounced Gray-gar) and Conner was born second, and as Garegar is a Wise One, like his father, he rearranged the spelling of his father's name when he named himself. Almost the same spelling, but not quite, and I probably wasn't thinking clearly enough when I named them as I did. Sorry about that :(

    On a related note, Conner was the first non-Larentii to give birth to more than one Larentii child. Happy New Year to you, too, and thanks for posting!
    Connie

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  19. Pooh - I don't care what they said. Those of us who love your books know better! I want more!!!
    (I know - nag, nag, nag - never satisfied - lol!)

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  20. Thanks, Mary!
    If all goes well, more will come soon :)
    Thanks for writing, and have a wonderful day!
    Connie

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  21. Ms. Suttle,

    I know this will sound odd, but it would be nice if you would post this short story or perhaps combine a few short stories in one bundle for purchase on Amazon. I really prefer reading on my Kindle over reading in a browser.

    Besides, it is always good to support the person who is providing works you enjoy. :)

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  22. Thanks, Alfred. I may consider doing just that :)
    Happy weekend!
    Connie

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  23. Thank you the prompt responses Connie. I appreciate the time you give your fans. -e

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  24. You're very welcome, elb4966 :)
    Hope your day is a happy one!
    Connie

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