Many attempts over an extended period were made to both Susan Fodor Magaitis herself, her pastor husband Steve and the North New South Wales Conference by an online group concerning this issue … but to no avail.
Susan Fodor Magaitis is a Seventh-day Adventist pastor who works for the North New South Wales Conference. She and her husband, Steve, are co-pastors at the Avondale Memorial Church located next door to Avondale College in Australia.  Susan Fodor Magaitis was also commissioned as a pastor through the laying of hands during a ceremony presided over by Neil R. Thompson, Ministerial Association Director for the North New South Wales Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 
Susan Fodor Magaitis is listed as a “Youth Pastor” in the Avondale Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church Bulletin – the very same bulletin in which Pastor Glenn Townend, president of the South Pacific Division, is listed as a visiting speaker. 
Susan is also a published author of novels and short stories that are categorized as “fictional, young adult or teen, paranormal, Sci-Fi and Fantasy.”  In her online biographies and in her books she describes herself as a “theologian/pastor.”  
Even though her books are written for “young adults or teens,” Susan Fodor Magaitis is pushing a type of pornography that is made up entirely of “words.” While her books do not contain any nude pictures, one book in particular contains “words and phrases” that translate into pornographic images which burn into the minds of young readers.
The book is called “Spectral (Ghostly) Tales, A Ghost Story Anthology” and it is a collection of several ghost stories written by different authors. Susan Fodor Magaitis collaborated in this literary work with her own short story called “Ghost Girl.” Her work (Ghost Girl) is contained in the final chapter of the book “Spectral Tales.”
The recurring theme of “Ghost Girl” from start to finish is an explicit, oral sex act or sex scene penned by the Seventh-day Adventist Youth Pastor in Australia, Susan Fodor Magaitis, not once but several times! This is equivalent to pornography. And even though Susan, the porn-writing theologian, tries to clean up the story by teaching important life lessons, it’s still depicting literary porn. 
Why can’t our pastors think of better ways to reach out to young people without having to put their minds and their readers’ minds into the sewer? Pornographic depictions should have no place with those who form part of the commandment-keeping church – and especially with youth pastors who are in charge of our young people. Porn scenes are still porn scenes no matter how the story ends or whether porn is depicted in “words!”
Every year, pornography continues making inroads into our society and culture. Churches are no exception, and Seventh-day Adventists are not exempt. Sex sells. Sex will help make your book sales go up, and Susan Fodor Magaitis is peddling steamy, erotic scenes and mixing them with important life lessons.
Susan didn’t create the “sex sells” market, but she is feeding into it. There is a huge market for books containing scenes of “soft-porn,” “romance porn,” “erotic” themes and hot and steamy episodes. Our society is addicted to this and the numbers are staggering.
The book “Spectral Tales” which contains Susan’s “Ghost Girl” is available on Amazon right now and this “work” is being distributed to the general public.  This is a major ethical quandary for any Seventh-day Adventist Youth Pastor because this sex-scene laden novel is a snare for our youth. No youth, Christian or otherwise, should be reading about explicit sex acts being performed.
It’s time to take responsibility for what our pastors are thinking, reading, writing, teaching and promoting. It’s time for God’s people to trash all explicit, pornographic, romance novels. It’s time to warn every Seventh-day Adventist parent about what’s out there and why we must keep these reading materials far away from our kids.
The North New South Wales Conference must disavow themselves from these soft porn romance novels and depictions. They must disavow themselves from any pastor or theologian in their employment who is unwilling to be held to a higher standard of truth and righteousness. This is an example of what happens anytime we deviate from the clear word of God. Whether it’s feminism, women’s ordination, the LGBT+ agenda, rock music in our churches or romance novels with porn scenes.
“And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.” Mark 9:42.
We are rejecting God’s counsels regarding “novels” and this is creating unintended consequences:
“You know not the devices of Satan. Some who have drawn largely upon your sympathy have a sickly, diseased imagination, are lovesick, sentimental, ever eager to create a sensation and make a great ado … Novel reading has perverted all the good sense they ever had. They live in an imaginary world. Their imagination creates a husband for themselves such as exists only in romances found in novels. They talk of unrequited love … You have cherished thoughts that were not right. These thoughts have borne fruit. ‘Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh.’ Your words are not always chaste, pure, and elevated. Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth … You know that your course has been displeasing to God, that you are transgressing His holy law; you know that these things cannot be hid. God will not permit His people to be deceived” (Testimonies, Vol. 2, pp. 301, 302).
“If wrongs are apparent among His people, and if the servants of God pass on indifferent to them, they virtually sustain and justify the sinner, and are alike guilty and will just as surely receive the displeasure of God; for they will be made responsible for the sins of the guilty. In vision I have been pointed to many instances where the displeasure of God has been incurred by a neglect on the part of His servants to deal with the wrongs and sins existing among them. Those who have excused these wrongs have been thought by the people to be very amiable and lovely in disposition, simply because they shunned to discharge a plain Scriptural duty. The task was not agreeable to their feelings; therefore they avoided it. The spirit of hatred which has existed with some because the wrongs among God’s people have been reproved has brought blindness and a fearful deception upon their own souls, making it impossible for them to discriminate between right and wrong” (Testimonies, Vol. 3, pp. 265, 266).