About bibliosue

My name is Suzanne and I am a bookaholic.  I love to read and I love to talk about what I’ve read.  

I’m originally from Winnipeg, Canada so I have a soft spot in my heart for Canadian literature, but I love reading both fiction and non-fiction set anywhere in the world.  I currently live in the NW suburbs of Chicago where I have access to many literary events throughout the year.

8 Responses to About bibliosue

  1. Beth DiIorio says:

    Hi Suzanne,
    Your blog is wonderful and I’m now a follower. You have inspired me to read The Most Beautiful Book in the World as well as The Frozen Rabbi. Keep up the great work~

  2. Hello,

    I just finished and published my book, economics: a simple twist on normalcy. The premise of the book is to incorporate economic theory into social media, pop culture, business, education, and history to help determine why certain things happen. I am interested in either having you review my book, a spot for a book blog tour, or an interview.

    The website for more information about the book is http://www.theeconomicsbook.com.

    I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thanks in advance,

    Kersten Kelly

  3. Hi Elizabeth,

    My name is LeRon and I have written a book called “Straight Dope, A 360 degree look into America’s new favorite past time.” It is comprised of interviews with drug users, sellers, teachers, counselors, people who are pro legalization of marijuana, and parents who answer the question, “Why is America so awash of drugs.?” I will be launching the book in Feb and since you have a great site, I wanted to give you a copy in January so that you could read it and possibly post it on your site. I would also love to do a guest post on my favorite books as well.

    I look forward to hearing from you,


  4. שמואל Gomez says:

    Hi Suzanne, I’m interested in how I can submit my book, Gateway to Intimacy for your review.
    Gateway is an easy-to-follow guide, offering men and women practical advice on creating and maintaining a deep and meaningful, life-giving, life-changing relationship with their partners that will continue to grow.


  5. Suzanne van P says:

    Dear Suzanne,
    I’m working on a study about the circulation of Dutch Literature. This is part of my Master’s program (Literary Studies). The study is conducted by the Royal Netherlands Academy for Arts and Sciences (www.huygens.knaw.nl/?lang=en); I’m doing an internship there. On your blog I found some reviews on Dutch literature. Therefore I’d very much like to come in contact with you to ask you about some additional information. We’d like to understand the background and audience of people writing about Dutch literature; both on weblogs and on network sites like Goodreads.
    I hope you are willing to contact me!


  6. readerbuzz says:

    Where did you go, Suzanne? Are you still blogging out there somewhere?


  7. Uday Mukerji says:

    Dear Suzanne,

    Wanted to check with you whether you would be interested in reviewing my debut, multicultural novel, Love, Life, and Logic, published by Harvard Square Editions. It’s due out in November 2016 in both paperback and Kindle versions.

    About the book:
    Set in Exotic India, Singapore, and in Central Europe, Love, Life, and Logic captures the individual struggle of a young man against the seemingly unnamed, unknown, anonymous power of the universe. In a shocking revelation of his innermost thoughts, the book depicts a painful account of his emotional turmoil arising out of his own confusions and dilemmas, and his personal developments through all that.

    Rohan grows up in a middle class family in a small town in Goa, India. He asks himself many life questions like we all do every day. Is our life and death an end in itself, or do they have a much deeper implication in a gigantic universal process? Is each human life also someway connected to the chain of events unfolding every day in front of our eyes? We all have different thumbprints; but why? Are we all a part of big numbers game, or does each one of us really matter?

    Chased by these and many such questions, Rohan leaves his lucrative job and his family in search of the truth. The journey gets complicated when he meets Adeline, a 23-year old vivacious girl in Vienna. Love, again? That brings him back to question his failed marriage. Is marriage an end of the road for love? Do all marriages come with an expiration date?

    It’s the search and the road leading to his final realization that makes this book insightful and thought-provoking.

    If you have time, I can send you a copy of the eGalley (pdf) with my publisher’s press release for more info. Or you can also check out the publisher’s web page.

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