Joanne Renaud, illustrator to the stars (ok, well, illustrator to us), has a question – whatever happened to Sue Wilson.
Have you heard of Sue Wilson, who wrote this great romance novel “Greenwood,” which has an Alan Rickman-esque Sheriff of Nottingham as the hero? Your review for “What a Scoundrel Wants” made me think of it again. The book was originally put up online on the now defunct St. Rose Press (it was an AOL Hometown page, and those were all shut down in October), and was such a hit that NovelBooks Inc decided to publish it in ‘03. But it was available only for a little over a year before NovelBooks died a horrible death in January ‘05, and “Greenwood” vanished into the ether. Luckily I bought an ebook of it before it disappeared, and I’ve been sharing it with friends, who all love it too. I would love to find some way of getting in touch with Sue Wilson, just to say I love her book and to see if she’s still writing, but it seems like she’s dropped off the face of the earth. The old archived St Rose Press page has an email address, and a vaguely written bio, but I’ve emailed her and apparently that email is also defunct.
The story of Robin Hood, only with the Sheriff of Nottingham as the hero? Whoa, dude. Even the Amazon.com page has a review written by the editor from NovelBooks, saying how mesmerizing the story is for the reader. But it seems the book itself is hard to find. Anyone know where Sue Wilson is, and whether she’s writing still?