Susan Varo is a visual artist who resides in Queens, New York. She creates beautiful, original-oil paintings on stretched canvas in the style of realism, abstract, still life and landscape. She has had many art exhibitions and has been acknowledged for her enormous talent. Susan also has a license agreement offering her original artwork on products. Thirty-four years ago, she began writing a book about thoughts she had about the future. It seemed to her as if the world was moving quite fast then, and within various industries from music to exploration. Her creative imagination inspired her writing style within this strange literature that actually seems to fringe upon a foreseeable future. When she began writing this book in the fall of 1983, life got in the way, as it does for many, and she placed the book to the side. Always mindful that one day she would have it published; the time had finally arrived early in 2017. Susan always loved science fiction, the universe, and mysteries, but something odd developed, as if she somehow tapped into these genres enabling some strange foresight. She can only explain that at that time, the future presented itself to her. It appeared suddenly, and it was in the now, like a moving picture. As she started writing, she had begun getting bombarded by many things she started to see. There have been so many signs and strange premonitions that Susan wondered, if they could possible come true. There seemed to be new inventions, and technological developments that were to take place in the world that seemed out of the ordinary to her in the early 80's. Since so much of it rang out to her, unequivocally, and unabatedly, as a true possibility that she decided to turn it into a story. Can it be that what she had thought were just imagined ideas of developments forthcoming, turn out to be something much more? Susan's other interests include, poetry, photography, travel, music, mysteries and history. Many of her poetry writings have been published in the Queens Times. You can view Susan's artwork on her website at www.myworksofart.com and you can follow Susan on Twitter (@MyWorksofArt) and on Facebook at MyWorksofArt.