Author: Susie Helme

Susie Helme is an American from Nashville, Tennessee, living in London, after sojourns in Tokyo, Paris and Geneva with a passion for ancient history, politics and magic, mythology and religion. She is a political activist and a socialist. Once editor of Mobile Communications Asia and other mobile communications magazines, she co-authored the Jan 2000 Future Mobile Handsets. She published with the Conrad Press in December 2020 her first novel, The Lost Wisdom of the Magi, which is the WINNER in the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Awards for ‘Best Historical’. She is founder member of the Bounds Green Book Writers writers’ circle, which published in Autumn 2020 an anthology of coronavirus-inspired fiction, Lockdown Lit—Inspiration in Isolation. She now subedits Dignity magazine, writes historical novels and grows organic vegetables. She is offering freelance services proofreading or developmental editing for authors needing help with their novels and is open to offers of review-swapping and mutual beta-reading.