Suzanne Daniel is the author of the novel ALLEGRA IN THREE PARTS published by Pan Macmillan in Australia and New Zealand and released 28 May 2019.
It will also be published as A GIRL IN THREE PARTS by Knopf (Penguin Random House) in the US and Canada in April 2020.
Suzanne grew up in 1970s Yowie Bay, Sydney and her childhood involved the bush, the bay and being surrounded by stories.
While coming to novel writing well into her career, Suzanne has a sense that everything that’s gone before now has somehow prepared her for this next chapter. With a diploma in Drama, a degree in Communication and a Masters in Journalism, Suzanne has worked for ABC TV, The Sydney Morning Herald, The United Nations, BBC London, and in film production, crisis management and social services. An interest in business ethics led her to becoming a Vincent Fairfax Fellow (Ethics in Leadership) and ultimately to directorships with public company, community and philanthropic boards.
Suzanne wrote ALLEGRA IN THREE PARTS over a number of years in the gaps between work and family commitments. Many times she wondered whether she was capable of even finishing a novel, so to have it published, and share it with readers, is one enormous thrill.
She is now working on her second novel for Pan Macmillan.
To read more about Suzanne go to her website here