May 7, 2012
-- Susan Wingate writes fiction. Roberts Press will release her latest work, a young adult title called "Spider Brains: A Love Story" this May 15th.
“Susan Wingate is a master of the written word. There are moments that tug at the heartstrings and even bring a tear to the eye. Whether or not you’re a fan of YA literature, you’ll love "Spider Brains." But don’t expect anything ordinary!” ~Joshua Graham, award-winning, no. 1 Amazon & no. 1 Barnes & Noble bestselling author of “Darkroom”
(S&S/Howard Books) and “Beyond Justice”)
“A heartwarming story full of laughs, great friendship, a touch of romance. I look forward to reading "Spider Brains" with my kids!” ~Ann Charles, award-winning author of the Deadwood Mystery Series
Promotional Blurb: After her father’s death and now in the throes of a gnarly teacher’s whim, a small black arachnid bites fifteen-year-
old Susie Speider on the finger. The bite sends her nights into fantastical dreams about taking revenge on her teacher who, ultimately, holds Susie's college aspirations in the palm of her cold calloused hand. But, after Susie figures out the dreams are real, she ups the ante and visits the teacher regularly… as the spider! A story of loss and forgiveness, tolerance and kindness, Susie Speider deals with the death of her father. Ultimately, "Spider Brains" poses important questions about the treatment of Attention-Deficit-