About

Suzy Vadori
Book Coach, Editor, Public Speaker, Young Adult Author

Suzy is a Book Coach, Editor, Public Speaker and the Calgary Bestselling Author of The Fountain Series (The Fountain, The West Woods, Wall of Wishes). This fantastical Young Adult Series has received two Aurora Nominations for Best Young Adult Novel, as well as Five Stars and a bronze medallion from Readers’ Favorite Book Awards. She is represented by Naomi Davis of Bookends Literary Agency.

Suzy lives in Calgary, Canada with her husband and three children and is an involved member in the writing community. She is a Program Manager for Calgary’s When Words Collide (WWC), teaches writing at Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society, and is a touring member of the Young Alberta Book Society. Suzy is also the founder of WriteIt! creative writing programs in schools.

Her book coaching business grew from the number of writers coming to her for writing tips, editing, marketing advice and motivational support on their projects. She loves working with writers at all stages in many genres, including Non-Fiction, Memoir, Mystery, Thriller, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Romance, Middle Grade, Picture Books and of course, Young Adult. Suzy is pursuing her Advanced Book Coach Certification from Jennie Nash’s Author Accelerator.

Suzy speaks to youth and adult audiences across Western Canada about how literacy can unlock doors and help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Contact Suzy! (She LOVES hearing from readers and writers!)

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LOVED The Fountain and or The West Woods? Please review!

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To book Suzy for media, interviews, workshops or events, please contact Publicist Mickey Mikkelson, at Creative Edge.

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Creative Edge
403-464-6925
mickey.creativeedge@gmail.com

 

4 Responses to About

  1. Chrissy says:

    Good Luck! 🙂

  2. Lou Allin says:

    Have you tried Orca? You might not need an agent there, and they’re one of Canada’s largest YA publishers.

  3. I’ve heard great things about WWC! Calgary seems blessed with some fantastic literary events, publishers and writers.

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