Susan Baruch is a retired Kodak scientist/engineer with thirteen U.S. patents to her credit. As a writer, her first published piece was a humorous essay entitled, It’s Personal, which was featured in the anthology: A Cup of Comfort for Women in Love published by Adams Media in October 2005. More recently her short story, A Perfect Confluence, was featured in an on-line journal called JewishFiction.net.
Currently Susan works as a volunteer in the art room of the Jewish Home of Rochester and as a tutor at one of Rochester’s city schools. In her spare time she runs a neighborhood book club, belongs to a second book club, sings with the Rochester Women’s Community Chorus and has recently completed a screenplay based on her novel Paternity.
Susan is very excited that Paternity is now available as an audiobook!