Sue Lloyd is officially addicted to writing!
She relocated from the UK to Germany during the summer of 2015 and started working on a novel which she began to write over fifteen years ago.
Being a people watcher and having a fascination with psychology adds meat and bones to the characters who have been smart enough to escape the confines of Sue's imagination.
Sue loves to read original fiction. She enjoys the sort of book you can curl up with on a rainy day and devour. This type of book is the inspiration for Sue's novels.
Sue has written two novels and is currently working on a third.
Delsey Prodigal - Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite - 5 stars
Delsey Prodigal is definitely one of the most touching stories I have read this year. As the year is drawing to a close, I am coming across novels and stories that make me reflect on my life and imagine how these characters would be if they were real. Sue Lloyd created three very relatable and real characters in this novel. You can feel their pain, their confusion, and their will to survive. This is truly a phenomenal novel.
Cassie's Hope - Reviewed by Hilary for Readers' Favorite - 5 Stars
Cassie's Hope is Sue Lloyd's touching YA novel about a fourteen-year-old girl called Cassie who is in remission from leukemia, and an adorable beagle called Hope.
This is a gentle but strong, brave and compassionate story that tugs at the heartstrings and brings sensitive, potentially sad or challenging issues to the reader's attention. I recommend it and feel it deserves an award too.
Sue is currently working on The Diary of Harri Foxx. The novel is based in Sue's hometown of Manchester.