Sueanne Pacheco is an author who resides in Toronto, Ontario. Her desire to be a writer has remained a lifelong goal. She finds herself inspired by the time she spends with her family and friends, and by her observations of the experiences of women, especially in regards to cultural expectations and the desire for independence. She also reads prolifically, which lends to her insights on the many ways that inner worlds can be expressed. Sueanne’s own keen ability to empathize with her characters brings a special depth of emotional realism to her work. When she’s not writing, she enjoys jogging, watching films, attending theatre events, and appreciating the calmness of the suburbs, all of which allows her the time and space needed to reflect upon life. Mrs. Langlois’ House is her first publication.
Sueanne lives her core values through her belief in helping others. Her beguiling warmth, sense of humour and creative passion brings a sense of compassion, and authenticity when engaging with family and friends.
She is acutely aware of inequality both socially, economically and politically. This has shaped her passion for social justice today. mostly driven by the poverty witnessed as a child and the senseless cruelty of others’ ignorance.
Her hope for the future is to inspire others to not be evil. Sueanne is of the belief, when a person is given the opportunity to take ownership of their truth, they can become whomever they choose to be. Her goal is to build up strong women who will continue to empower and lift each other so they can actualize what it means to be a loving and sharing community.