In this interview I was asked these questions by Joanne Lewis: Who I am as a writer? What motivates me to write? Where do I write? Why do I write? When do I write? How do I write? Read the interview.
You can listen here! Listen to internet radio with WEBBWEAVER BOOKS on Blog Talk Radio I was on Webbweaver Blog Radio Tuesday, November 27, at 5 pm EST talking about writing and reading from my novel PURSUED. What a fun event! Thanks, WebbWeaver Books, for your great show for writers and readers. I’ve known the Read more about Blog Talk Radio – hosted by WebbWeaver Books[…]
A new review says “Pursued” is “so compelling that half way through, I just couldn’t put it down.”
An interview with me has been posted on Savvy Thinker. Karin, my interviewer, asked me intriguing questions including whether the editing process forces me to remove a favorite scene. (Answer: Yes!) She also asked about the kind of books I write, the publishing process I’ve gone through, and whether my characters take on a life Read more about Interviewed at Savvy Thinker[…]
“I had to know how it ended on this one. So I skipped ahead. Then back again to the storyline. My bad. But that gives you an idea of how much suspense there is in this one.” Savvy Thinker.
My first review of PURSUED on Smashwords, written by the murder-mystery author Bob Moats.
Joseph Valentinetti is the author of Glint, Kill Me Tender, Tyler Palewhite: Soft-Boiled Detective, and others.
When he offered to interview me and post the interview on his site, I bit. (You can read the interview here – what I love about Joseph’s site is that I’m in the company of many other writers he interviewed, so there’s lots to browse through.) […]
“In this stunning thriller the reader is taken from the exquisite beauty of Hawaii to the high-rises of Sydney, stopping on the way in Milan. We join investigative reporter Leigh Garner as she pursues a mysterious stolen chalice. Gardner is one of the most likeable of heroines. A “Can Do” gal on a mission.
- Pursued Print Edition
Pursued (Telemachus Press 2011) A storm — a disaster — the theft of a priceless chalice. Investigative reporter Leigh Gardner loved and admired scientist Kale Trenton from the time she first heard of him, way back when she was a teenager. When his ancient chalice is stolen, a chalice vital to a mysterious scientific project Read more about Pursued Print Edition[…]
Interview posted on WebbWeaver’s great review and interview site! Here’s my favorite question they asked me: Read more…
You’re invited: WebbWeaver posted a 5-spider review and an interview, and they’re also giving away two hard bound signed copies of A Perfect Gem!
New 5-star review posted on Amazon today for A Perfect Gem! So happy.
Angie writes: “You’ll love most of the characters, especially Gareth, who is every woman’s dream.” Read more…
“You bring qualities of humor, boldness, and freshness that helps us find meaning and connect again to worlds peopled by magical beings and brimming with unexpected joy.” Read more…
Bright Face of Danger: ” Moon Over Manifest meets The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo!!!”
You can read a short review of BRIGHT FACE OF DANGER on “Cut To The Chase Reviews.”
Excerpt from a review of BRIGHT FACE: “I absolutely loved this book from beginning to end.” Read more…
“Heaven Falls” places first in Reader Views Literary Awards – romance category.
The Romance Reviews Grand Opening is in March!
Do you own a Nook? I’m seeing the first 5-star reviews and reader comments on the Barnes & Noble website for Heaven Falls and Bright Face of Danger!
Wow! The BEST holiday gift EVER! A fabulous review of “Heaven Falls” on the Reader Views website! http://www.readerviews.com/ReviewEliotHeavenFallsANovel.html “Wonderfully imaginative…truly engaging.”
The lastest 5-star review for HEAVEN FALLS on Amazon: Up Until Midnight By Sharon F. Svitak “This book is more that a romance. Heaven Falls is filled with complicated characters, plot twists, and unexpected revelations. After I began reading the book and I stayed up past midnight because I couldn’t sleep until I had finished Read more about “Up Until Midnight”[…]