Susan Mac Nicol
Susan writes steamy, sexy and fun contemporary gay romance stories, some suspenseful, some gritty and dark, and others just plain ahhhh.
She loves being part of ‘stuff’ and embraces challenges, finding it difficult to say no to exciting ventures. That’s probably why she’s loves being Editor in Chief at Divine Magazine, an online LGBTQ e-zine, and a Charity Board trustee at The Being Me Campaign in London http://www.beingmecampaign.com/ The LGBTQI community and world diversity are the two things she’s truly passionate about, apart from her writing and her poor hard done by, eye rolling but incredibly supportive family. She’s passionate about research for her books and has stayed in a circus, taken lessons from a blind person on how it feels to be non-sighted, and travelled to a lighthouse with maintenance crew to see first-hand what it’s like inside. She’s also written a screen play with Hollywood actor and heart-throb Nicholas Downs, with a view to taking her latest release, Sight Unseen, to the big screen. It’s a huge project but she’s loving every minute. Susan attained PAN status with the Romance Writers of America with her first M/M book, Stripped Bare. She’s currently a member of The Society of Authors in the UK and the Authors Guild in the US. She enjoys being a member of Queer Romance Ink, All Author, Book + Main Bites and the Paranormal Romance Guild. Check out her website for links.
Like director Nikolai Foster, I’d always had the impression that Annie was a sweet, gleeful film where unruly children ran about causing trouble and sang songs, contrived to make the audience who were children lovers ooh and aah as they…
On the 12th August 2014 I experienced a momentous event. Yes, ladies and gentleman, I received my e-ticket to see Benedict Cumberbatch in Hamlet at the Barbican Centre.
Divine Magazine is excited to announce that recently their Editorial Manager, Susan Mac Nicol, was interviewed by Ginni Sarawati from Joy 94.9, Australia's largest LGBT radio station.
As this is my column *winks* I can mostly write about anything I fancy as long as it’s relevant. So for this post, I wanted to write a little piece about someone I admire; someone I have respect for and who I hope one day makes it big so…