Susan D. Matley

Susan D. Matley writes sci-fantasy and western historical fiction. Writing as S. D. Matley, her latest release is fantasy novel Big-G City, sequel to novella Small-g City (both from WolfSinger Publications).

Previously, her short stories have been published in THEMA Literary Journal, GlassFire Magazine and Dark Pages (Blade Red Press). She’s a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing the West and Pacific Northwest Writers Association. In 2011 she was a finalist for the Western Writers of America “Best Song” Spur Award.

Susan lives near Walla Walla, Washington amidst thousands of acres of wheat (not hers!) with husband Bruce and many 4-legged kids.

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Milestone and the People Inside

Milestone and the People Inside

On Tuesday this week I reached a milestone: 18 months since Bruce’s passing.   It was a different experience than last year when the loss was so fresh. Looking back at my journal for that day, I recalled so many sensory details, the small events that made up the...

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Revolution and the People Inside

Revolution and the People Inside

Hi everybody, this is Lily. And I’m 9.   Today we’re staging a revolution. We’re taking over the blog!   Yeah, because the blog entry Susan wrote for today is revolting!!   Good one, 9!   Thanks, Lily. She was doing her downer thing again. Kind of...

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Normalized Stress and the People Inside

Normalized Stress and the People Inside

Earlier this week I had an emotional breakdown. Chances are, you did, too. Why? Because all of us are existing under a huge amount of stress caused by pandemic-related restrictions and fears. Why is this happening now? I think I’ve spotted the trigger: what was a...

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Automotive Adventure with the People Inside

Automotive Adventure with the People Inside

I once had a friend named Warren Argo. Affectionately known as Wargo, Warren passed away some years ago, way too young, like some people sadly do. He was a talented, super-intelligent guy, one of those people who sparkled all the time. His outlook on life was superb....

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