I will be releasing my book this fall, “Never Say Never, Never Say Always.” It’s all about my life from the minute I heard that my son David died by suicide, followed by the death of my husband Michael six months later to cancer, to present day. It’s now six years later and I call myself Susan 2.0 because my life has morphed and evolved. It took a lot of courage to write a book about how I went from a charmed life, to a life filled with tragedy, to living a life filled with joy. “Never Say Never, Never Say Always” is going to be an emotional ride for every reader, but it’s worth it. You will relate to parts of my journey, no matter what your personal situation is. My words may put your life into proper perspective. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. It is worth reading and it’s worth owning.