An illustration of Suzi Faed

Meet Suzi Faed

Living in the coastal city of Bunbury, Western Australia, Suzi enjoys being close to the beach. With a little girl who is asserting her independence and two little dogs with big attitudes, life is busy, but in quiet moments, Suzi likes to read, write, play volleyball and tennis. Her recent interests include boxing and kayaking, which she has found to be a wonderful way to de-stress.

The My Daddy is Different cover

The Latest Book

My Daddy is Different

I used to have a Daddy who was like all other Daddies. One who would go to work, and play with me when he was home. But one day, something changed. He started saying strange things, doing strange things. I was confused.

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What if Warrior

Book News • 6 February

My Daddy is Different Book Launch

On Thursday 16th January 2020 I finally launched my debut picture book, My Daddy is Different. I held the launch at the Bunbury City Library and was overwhelmed at the turn-out. I was extremely grateful to have the support of my family and friends and was thrilled to see some new faces in the crowd.

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Author standing in front of banner holding her debut picture book, My Daddy is Different

Book News • 6 February

Author standing in front of banner holding her debut picture book, My Daddy is Different

My Daddy is Different Book Launch

On Thursday 16th January 2020 I finally launched my debut picture book, My Daddy is Different. I held the launch at the Bunbury City Library and was overwhelmed at the turn-out. I was extremely grateful to have the support of my family and friends and was thrilled to see some new faces in the crowd.

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Book News • 6 February

Suzi holding up her book, Fighting Spirit

Fighting Spirit Book Launch

Last month I officially launched Fighting Spirit. It’s been a bit of a blur since then, which is why I’m only getting to writing about it now. Not long after the launch, we had our first proper family holiday in Sydney and Melbourne, and then I was preparing my baby to go to Kindy.

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Thoughts • 27 August

Dad and me standing in front of water

Grief is…

Grief is like the ocean; the end is out of sight. It’s riding the waves, over and over and over again. Sometimes you are prepared for them, but sometimes you don’t know they’re coming until they are breaking over your head.

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