Grandparenting joys

When I was growing up my grandma lived with us, and she was my best friend. There were no senior citizens or adult communities. There were few nursing homes, but grandparents usually lived with their children and grandchildren. The… Read More

The Blessing of Writing

I just returned from a wonderful writers conference and was thoroughly blessed. When I read Matthew 5, I thought of how this scripture related to the writing life. Jesus taught the multitudes, saying, “Blessed are the poor in… Read More

Happy Valentine’s Day!

All of my novels have a sweet and clean romance in them. I thought you’d like to get to know my main character in A Summer at Thousand Island House, so here’s an interview with her. Hope you… Read More

Christmas gift ideas

Thanks for being a faithful subscriber/reader to my blog. I often feature author friends and their work, but I thought you’d like a peek at mine this week. I have eleven so far. Which is your favorite? I’d… Read More

A Summer at Thousand Island House

Hi friends! Do you have Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited? Guess what? The second edition of A Summer at Thousand Island House is now free in the library. If you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, even if you purchased the first edition, it would be… Read More

Thousand Island House History

Liam averted her attention, pointing to the hotel. “Let’s start here with a brief history. The Thousand Island House was finished in 1873, the year after President Grant visited the islands with George Pullman and thus began the… Read More

The Columbian Hotel Disaster

The Columbian Hotel, along with the Wellesley Hotel that still exists today, sat in the center of the Thousand Island Park on Wellesley Island, a charming Victorian summer community in the heart of the Thousand Islands. It was… Read More

Thousand Island Park

Thousand Island Park has been on my list of places to write about, and I’ve finally checked off this wonderful story in Mary’s Moment. Here’s a little about TI Park, the setting for this fiery novel.  Tell us… Read More

Thousand Island Park’s Mary’s Moment is out!

My long awaited Thousand Island Park story is out! Here’s a little bit about my tenth and newest novel, Mary’s Moment: It’s the Summer 1912, and Thousand Island Park’s switchboard operator ​Mary Flynn is christened the community heroine for her… Read More

Fiction by Susan G Mathis

Thanks for being a faithful subscriber/reader to my blog. I often feature author friends and their work, but I thought you’d like a peek at mine this week. I have eleven so far. Which is your favorite? I’d… Read More