Indie Blu(e) Welcomes Susan Conway

Susan M. Conway is an indie author from Auburn, Georgia, USA. Her debut novel, “A Life of Whoredom” was published in August, 2018. Other publications include two short story fiction ebooks, available on Amazon and Kindle. She is currently working on Life After Whoredom, a sequel to her debut novel.

Susan has been writing since grade school. In 2012, she began working on A Life of Whoredom. Initially, it was a blog that she was encouraged by her fans, to turn it into the novel that it is today. She is an avid reader, gardener, and meme hoarder. She can be found either going on adventures with her family, or lying awake at all hours of the night laughing at memes-even though she swore she was going to bed by 10 PM.

Follow Susan on

Instagram: @AuthorSusanMConway

PUBLISHED WORKS

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

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Deeply seductive and profoundly compelling, A Life of Whoredom weaves the tale of a troubled young woman from rural South Carolina, desperate to heal and seeking her truth, when she meets a mysterious older gentleman who captivates her heart. Taking her by the hand, he leads her into the belly of the BDSM lifestyle. Their torrid affair rips the veil back, exposing the risks and rewards of alternative lifestyles surrounding kink and fetish. A Life of Whoredom, is a tragic love story with a very provocative twist, that will embed itself in your heart, staying with you long after you have turned the last page.

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