usan Bartholomew started by writing short stories. Like every writer, she wanted these to be read by as many people as possible. Looking for a quick and easy way to achieve this, she started the website faceinterface. She went on to write at greater length, creating stories that were too long to be called short stories, but still too short to be published as novels. Three of these stories, Codename Chameleon, Vine Manor and The Emerald Cross, can be read on faceinterface. Meat Machines, a sequel to Codename Chameleon, has just been added to faceinterface. This story features four codebreaking puzzles.
usan Bartholomew attended Nine Worlds Geekfest in London in August 2013. She was on two panels, talking about her favourite fantasy series, George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, and the TV series Game of Thrones. The panel Warrior Women and the Armour of Courtesy examined the strong female characters of the book series. There Are No True Knights looked at the men in both the books and the TV show.
ead some of Susan's work online. Everything on faceinterface is free to read and free of advertising. Susan has run two short story competitions through the site.
usan says, "I welcome any comments from readers. Please email me. Even if what you have to say is critical, it's good to know someone is reading."