As a sixty-one year old mother and grandmother I have seen a lot. I recently stopped working and have decided it’s time to make some serious life changes. Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when I was in my early 30’s I have managed to raise my children and work full-time, get a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Psychology and Sociology. I was a in an abusive marriage for 10 years, a single mom for over 30 years, an adult college student, and have lived in poverty and been part of the disappearing middle class. I recently completed my first novel and have started on the next one. Writing has always been a part of my life. I also have a deep concern for others. I am putting those things together and sharing my thoughts. Thanks for reading! I hope I make you think.

September 2016 Update

I am now 63  years old, have 2 full length novels published and short stories in a few anthologies. My third novel will be published this month. I have a great grandson now as well. I continue to travel and take photos and many of my photos are available for purchase on Google+. Check them out if you like. Life is just beginning!


12 thoughts on “About

  1. Elizabeth, I am new to the Readers Review Room but am impressed with it.
    My books (under the pen name of rcheydn) were recently listed.
    If you had the time to glance at them I would appreciate your views.
    I have also very recently started a blog (http://rcheydnbooks.blogspot.co.uk/).
    Once again I would welcome any comments you might have. Ross

      1. Also, I’ll be sure to let you know what I think. I end up reading my digital books when I am up with the baby kid in the middle of the night, so now I have something to keep me company.

    1. I hope you enjoy it. It’s the sexist of my books so I hope you won’t be offended. I usually don’t write erotic romance but this was such a compelling story it fit perfectly. I’d love to hear your opinion. If you enjoy it I would be happy to add you to my mailing list and keep you up to date with my next book. What kind of books do you usually like to read?

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