|Period||1978 – present|
|Genre||Romance, Science Fiction|
Susan Grant is a pilot and New York Times bestselling author best known for combining science fiction with romance. Grant graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1982, the third class to include women, and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force. She went on to pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. After graduating, she stayed on as a flight instructor. She later took an assignment at Mather Air Force Base, California, flying T-43s, then left the Air Force to work for United Airlines as a pilot on Boeing 737s and Boeing 747s.
She began writing in 1997. Her first book was titled Once a Pirate and was published in February 2000. Her second book, The Star King, was a 2001 Romance Writers of America RITA Award finalist. She went on to publish a number of award-winning, best-selling novellas and novels, including Contact, which won the 2003 Romance Writers of America RITA Award.
Reversion of rights
In February 2012 Susan Grant mentioned in her blog that she was not receiving royalties for ebook sales of The Scarlet Empress. In September 2012 she announced that the rights to that book and eight other titles had reverted to her from Dorchester Publishing. In May 2013, she announced that the first of those titles was available in ebook form, with the others available shortly. In June 2013 all 9 original titles were available.
- Contact (RITA winner)
- Once a Pirate
- "The Day Her Heart Stood Still" (novella)
The Star World Frontier series
- The Champion of Barésh
The Borderlands series
- The Warlord's Daughter
Otherworldly Men series
- Your Planet or Mine?
- My Favorite Earthling
- How to Lose an Extraterrestrial in 10 Days
The Star series
- The Star King
- The Star Prince
- The Star Princess
- "The Star Queen" (prequel, novella)
The 2176 series
- The Legend of Banzai Maguire
- The Scarlet Empress
The Lost Colony series
- The Last Warrior
- "Mission: Christmas" (featuring the novella “Snowbound With a Prince”)
- "Mysteria" (featuring the novella “Mortal in Mysteria”)
- "Mysteria Lane" (featuring the novella “The Nanny From Hell”)
- "Mysteria Nights" (collection of Mysteria and Mysteria Lane anthologies)
- "Past Winners". Romance Writers of America. Retrieved 2009-03-07.
- "THE LEGEND OF BANZAI MAGUIRE now available in ebook format".
- "Books Coming".
- "Susan Grant Books".
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