With a background in medical technology and a passion for storytelling, it is no wonder Sue MacKay writes medical romances. She wrote her first story about a prince (and herself) at the age of eight, and hasn't stopped telling stories yet. But it wasn't until eleven years ago that she started trying to sell her books.
After training and working in medical laboratories, Sue took six months out to learn to fly. It was the most exhilarating—and terrifying—thing she has ever done. With her Private Pilot's license in hand she wasn't ready to return to work, so she headed to Vancouver for six months, where she "discovered" coffee and hot spicy food—and learning to drive on the wrong side of the road. A skill that wasn't always appreciated when she returned to New Zealand.
Sue and her husband live in the Marlborough Sounds at the top of NZ's South Island, where they enjoy walking in the bush-clad hills and partaking in various water sports. When time allows she likes to cycle around the Sounds roadways. She is currently furthering her medical skills by training as an ambulance officer.