Suzanne was born in Southern California in the second half of the 20th century. Just as some people are born knowing they want to be astronauts or cellists, Suzanne always knew she wanted to be a writer. However, her initial dreams of becoming a zoologist and writing true stories about her adventures in Africa were crushed after she saw a television special about the world's most venomous snakes; she did NOT want to write about how she had been bitten and lost a limb to a snake. Fortunately, at the same time, the movie "Star Wars" was released, and she realized that she could invent adventures and write about them, and not be eaten by deadly predators while doing research.
In 2002 his well-known love of all things "Star Wars" led to an invitation to appear on the E! in the television special "Star Wars: The Force Is Back", where she discussed the romance in the film series and ended up with more airtime than George Lucas.