About

Susan Rogers lives in St. Pete Beach, Florida, retired from a Social Work career in Massachusetts. Retirement was a catalyst for beginning her life-long ambition to write. A genealogist with forty years’ experience and a practicing psychic, she often twists these themes into her writing. She has previously published articles, newsletters and anthologies related to genealogy and family history research. In 2018, she self-published her first book related to her own psychic experiences. In 2020, she began her professional writing career with publication of short stories and poetry in several anthologies as well as short fiction published in online and print literary magazines. 

Publications and Credits

 

1992

Reynolds Family Association Centennial Collection, 100 years of Historical and Genealogical Material Collected by the Reynolds Family Association. Compiled and edited by Susan Rogers Clement, RFA Executive Secretary and Archivist. Published by the Reynolds Family Association, 1992. 813 pages. Includes, “History of the Reynolds Family Association” by Susan Rogers Clement, 1992, 17 pages.

1996-2000

Descendants of Electious Reynolds, genealogy family newsletter. Written and edited by Susan Rogers Clement. Published bi-monthly from 1996 to 2000.

1999

“The Two Wives of Benjamin2 Booth of Early Scituate and Middleborough, Massachusetts, with the Identification of Hannah3 Booth, First Wife of Roger Braley Jr. of Middleborough.” Malcolm A. Young. The American Genealogist, Volume 74 (1999), pages 175-182. Acknowledged by the author for collaboration by Susan Rogers Clement with the research on the Reynolds and Braley families as part of this article (page 179).

2018

“Who Was Ben Wilkie’s Father? Using DNA to Identify My Illegitimate Great-Great-Grandfather of Westport and Dartmouth, Massachusetts.” By Susan E. Rogers. Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, A Genealogical Journal for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume 43, Number 3, 2018-2019, pages 79-85. Winner of third-place in the 2018 Massachusetts Society of Genealogists writing contest.

Uncovering Norman, Proving the Former Life of a Ghost. Susan E. Rogers. Bloomington, Indiana: Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, 2018. Available on the Balboa Press website, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.  Uncovering Norman in Balboa Press Bookstore

2020

“Covert.” Short story. "The Scrapbook: What life has been like during the coronavirus pandemic." Tampa Bay Times. Published online May 26, 2020. Print version anticipated, no date available.

Read the excerpt from "Covert" online in TBT (Scroll down to story)

“The Sisters.” Short story. New Reader Magazine. Published June 12, 2020 in online literary magazine.

Read "The Sisters" online in NRM   (Scroll down to story)

“Summer Love Song.” Florida Bards Pinellas County Poetry Review. Long Island, New York: Local Gems Press, July 2020.

 

“Dark and Stormy.” Short story. 101 Proof Horror, print anthology. HauntedMTL, Czykmate.com, August 2020.


“Sanctuary.” Short story. Bright Flash Literary Review. Published November 8, 2020 in online literary magazine. Read "Sanctuary" online in Bright Flash Literary   (Scroll down to story)

2021

“Blood Debt.” Short story. Night Terrors Vol. 12, anthology. Scare Street Publishers. E-book, audio and print version release April 12, 2021. Night Terrors, Vol. 12 on Amazon

“Karma and a Harley.” Short story. Cobra Milk, literary and arts journal.  Published May 1, 2021, Issue II, Spring 2021, online. Read "Karma and a Harley" online in Colbra Milk   (Scroll down to story)

"All in the Balance." Short Story. Published June 27, 2021 in Summer 2021, Bluing the Blade, Vol. 1 Issue 3, online and in print. Read "All in the Balance" online in Bluing the Blade

"The Keeper." Short Story. Luna Station Quarterly, Issue 47. Published September 1, 2021, online and in print. Read "The Keeper" online in LSQ

"Family, After All."  Short Story. Winner of Hoorable Mention in the Strands International Flash Fiction Competition - September 13, 2021. Published September 22, 2021 in the online Ezine Lit Sphere.

Read "Family, After All" online in Lit Sphere Ezine

2022

"The Only Mother You Have." Short Story. Literary Mama, January/February 2022 issue. Published January 21, 2022, online. Read "The Only Mother You Have" online in Literery Mama

 

Coming Soon...

"Please Sit Still." Short Story. Out of Time: True Paranormal Encounters. Print Anthology. Timber Ghost Press. Anticipated release 2022.

“How Does Your Garden Grow - A Giant Secret.” Short story. 42 Stories Anthology. Accepted for publication, anticipated print release in 2022.

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