Take it away, Suzanne! -G

Welcome to day 2  of my Choose “THE ALTERNATIVE” Blog Tour.

With my grateful thanks to my marvelous host. [My pleasure, Suzanne!]

Thank you for joining me here.

I love the scope that writing an anthology gives me as a writer. The places my stories inhabit are as varied as each of the stories themselves.

I thought I’d share with you just a few of them.



There are those that cling unreservedly to the lifeboat that believing in Karma hands them so willingly.

They work, they live, and they function in a world that allows them the option of unreservedly trusting that Karma has no deadline.

Until they are handed the spark that ignites them into becoming the instrument of Karma itself.

There are others who have had all they once held to be truths, everything they once stood for and took pride in, torn apart and ripped from them by the hand of a cruel fate.

Then, of course, there are those who believed in nothing and no one to begin with …

These are their stories.

The stories of people both good and bad, who made the choice to exact “The Alternative.”


Writing an anthology allows me to utilize many locations. Journey with me into a brief glimpse at some of them.

These are the places that crafted their pasts.

“The Alternative” is the choice that would define their futures.

From the deserts of AFGHANISTAN:


To the far-flung Tropical North-East of Australia:



Each location has something deadly waiting to snare the unwary.



Move with the characters as they journey forward, shaped by the things they believe in.

From Annapolis in Maryland


To HARVARD, Massachusetts


 To the welcoming warmth of a Church in the cold dead of night.


These are but a few of the locations for this collection.

I invite you to take the journey with me.

Your thoughts and comments are welcome and appreciated.

My thanks again to my generous host. And to the marvelous crew at 4Wills Publishing for organizing my Blog Tour.

“The Alternative” NOW Available Amazon.com


Author Bio:

Suzanne Burke resides with her daughter and grandson in a small country town located hundreds of miles to the west of her previous home in Sydney Australia. Suzanne had long wanted to write, life interrupted and she didn’t begin her journey into the world of writing until she was in her early fifties. Suzanne has written her memoirs under the author name of Stacey Danson, both her non-fiction books have ranked in the top 100 paid in Kindle on Amazon. “Empty Chairs” and “Faint Echoes of Laughter” continue to earn wonderful reviews. Suzanne writes her powerful Thrillers “Acts Beyond Redemption” and “Acts of Betrayal” and her Paranormal anthology “Mind-Shaft” as S. Burke.

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“This tour sponsored by 4WillsPublishing.wordpress.com.”

[The Alternative is an anthology of original stories by Suzanne Burke, 208 Kindle pages long. It went live yesterday! -G]

27 thoughts on “Guest Suzanne Burke and her new anthology

  1. Congratulations Suzanne Burkes!!

    Thanks Guy for your support which allows us a glimpse into Suzanne’s intriguing mind.

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    1. No boundaries says it all for me. My health may confine me to this wheelchair, but my imagination seems to be on a high dose of steroids. lol … Thanks for stopping by, Wendy.

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  2. I think it is safe to say that there is something for everyone in The Alternative. There are stories of justice, revenge, feel-good stories and romance. I wish you HUGE success, Sooz!

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  3. Soooze, I wish we lived closer so we could meet for coffee and spend an hour or two talking “Book.” I’ve read many Thrillers over the years, and chatted with several who write them, but none have ever crossed the line into the dark side of writing quite the way that you have. I love it! Lol

    Guy, thank you so much for hosting Suzanne’s stop.

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    1. ❤️️Rhani my friend I have no doubt we’d talk for many hours, interspersed with much laughter and celebration of sharing time with a kindred spirit. My books are uncompromising and often quite brutal. I draw the line in my personal life … but in my writing, all bets are off. 😈 … lol.

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  4. Sorry for my late arrival, Soooz. But as somebody who also wrote about a journey, your journey sounds like one hell of a trip. Best of success and thanks for hosting, Guy.

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  5. I loved the settings and the stories Soooz. I think we are all looking for some justice and you gave it to us in this collection!

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