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Sue Ward Drake grew up in an old house full of dark windows, with a passion for writing, travel and international spy thrillers. Her first literary efforts included a short story submitted to a national magazine at the age of eight and an imaginary advice column in her high school newspaper.

After a year of study in Spain and a stint living in a farmhouse on a Greek island, a location she used in her first traditionally-published romance, HEAR NO EVIL, she returned to New Orleans where she worked as Spanish teacher, bi-lingual secretary, and linen supply salesperson before settling into life as a computer analyst for a bank and a local university.

A survivor of the devastating hurricane Katrina, she currently resides in Nevada with her husb
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Sue Ward Drake While living in Greece, I knew a German painter who lived in a cave with his young daughter. I never found out what had happened to his American wife,…moreWhile living in Greece, I knew a German painter who lived in a cave with his young daughter. I never found out what had happened to his American wife, but she wasn’t there with them and probably would never have allowed her daughter to live in a cave.
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“Don’t hold back and save stuff for the next book. Put everything you have into the one you’re writing, - Michael Connelly”
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“Be daring. Better to fail spectacularly then stay safe and achieve meh. -- Anonymous”
Sue Ward Drake, Hear No Evil

“Writing a full length novel is very much like driving a car with snakes in your pants—you just never know what’s going to happen. -- James Scott Bell”
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“I have always believed that places with long history, especially those in which terrible events have taken place, retain something of those times, some trace in the air, just as I have been in many a cathedral all over the world and sensed the impress of centuries of prayers and devotions. Places are often filled with their own pasts and exude a sense of then, an atmosphere of great good or great evil, which can be picked up by anyone sensitive to their surroundings.”
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“Don’t hold back and save stuff for the next book. Put everything you have into the one you’re writing, - Michael Connelly”
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“Be daring. Better to fail spectacularly then stay safe and achieve meh. -- Anonymous”
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“Writing a full length novel is very much like driving a car with snakes in your pants—you just never know what’s going to happen. -- James Scott Bell”
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“Be positive. Believe that you will succeed. See it, go for it. No matter what the odds, most of the battle is inside your own head. -- Bob Mayer”
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