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Monday, April 13, 2015

Updates In The World Of Elizabeth Black

Not much going on in my writing life at the moment. I've been busy submitting "Alex Craig Has A Threesome" to agents. So far, no bites. I beef up "Full Moon Fever", and then go through the same agent process with that book. So, mostly I've been trying to find an agent for the past month or so.

In the acceptances front, a publisher who will go unnamed for now accepted my short Snow White story "Black As Ebony, White As Snow" for publication. My short Christmas story "In The Doghouse" will appear in a Holiday anthology, obviously at the end of the year.

In the meantime, buy my books and enjoy the spring!

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Friday, April 3, 2015

Easter week.


Wow, I almost forgot to blog today. With all the preparations for the Easter weekend, it slipped my mind. I hope everyone enjoys their weekend whether it's taking the kiddies on egg hunts, or worshipping in the church of your choice.

I will have family over for dinner on Sunday This is the tradition on all holidays at our home . Again, I hope you all enjoy your family time together. Sorry about the brevity of the blog, but life seems to get in the way at times.

Keep Safe in all you do until next month.    

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Mary Suzanne

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Winter Blues




I’m beginning to get cabin fever with the winter months lasting so long. The weather has been so bad across the nation; it seems that spring followed by summer is a long way off. Last night we got another four inches of snow blocking our drive and causing multiple wrecks on the nearby Interstate.

Usually in the summer months, everyone complains about the heat, but this year, I believe I’ll enjoy whatever temperatures arrive during the summer months for our area. You can always go inside and cool off in the air conditioning.

There’s one positive thing about being cooped up in the house. It gives me time to write and that’s what I’ve been up to for the last month. I started a sequel to a book I wrote some time ago. The book I originally wrote was titled Bittersweet Memories and I dove in to write the sequel. If the weather persists in keeping me indoors, I’ll have the finished product out soon.

I’m wondering how other authors deal with wintry climates. Does being indoors help a writer produce more or does it cause restlessness in keeping your thought process from putting down a compelling plot?
 

 



Mary Suzanne

Action/Thriller, Romance, Suspense, Erotic, Fiction

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Blurb

Shawna lived on the edge where danger lurked at every corner. Her Indian ancestry helped her as a private investigator. Not only was her life filled with danger, but also an element of intrigue over what she would find at the end of her search. Her love life with Levi gave her passion and satisfaction, but when it came to a commitment from him, she still waited impatiently to hear those four little words. Will you marry me?

 
 
 


Friday, February 13, 2015

Erotic Fairy Tales For Friday The 13th



Happy Friday the 13th! I'm at Madeleine Shade's fairy tale blog today. She's covering my two erotic fairy tales - "Trouble In Thigh High Boots" (erotic Puss In Boots) and "Climbing Her Tower" (erotic Rapunzel). Don't forget those two books are now available at AllRomanceEBooks. 

http://shadyladyfairytales.com/2015/02/13/fairy-tale-friday-two-tales-of-seduction-by-elizabeth-black/

I'm working on some new erotic fairy tales I plan to self-publish as a collection. Stories that will appear in the book are based on Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, The Pied Piper, The Little Mermaid, and more! Expect the book mid-year, and keep an eye here and on my Facebook page for updates.

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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Romance is in the air.

A very special day is only a little over a week away.  Valentine’s Day is a day of romance named for a Christian martyr that dates back to the 5th century, but has origins with the Roman holiday Lupercalia.
Most lovers celebrate Valentine’s Day by exchanging gifts, becoming engaged or plan weddings for the romantic day on February 14th. Romance is in the air surrounding this special day for anyone in love.
There are five films I recommend to watch with someone you love on Valentine’s Day. They are, An Affair to Remember, starring Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, When Harry met Sally, Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan,   Sleepless in Seattle, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, Love Actually, Hugh Grant and Kiera Knightly and my favorite of all time is The Notebooks starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. If you don’t watch all of the films I listed, be sure and catch The Notebook.
Usually, it is the male that buys the gifts, but in the last few years, the female purchases something for her significant other to show her love.
My question to anyone reading my post is how do you celebrate Valentine’s Day and do you make it a holiday to remember?

Here’s a copy of the cover and blurb of my latest project Danger Lurks: Apache Eye 2. Also where to purchase the book.  





Mary Suzanne
Action/Thriller, Romance, Suspense, Erotic, Fiction
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Blurb

Shawna lived on the edge where danger lurked at every corner. Her Indian ancestry helped her as a private investigator. Not only was her life filled with danger, but also an element of intrigue over what she would find at the end of her search. Her love life with Levi gave her passion and satisfaction, but when it came to a commitment from him, she still waited impatiently to hear those four little words. Will you marry me?

Monday, January 19, 2015

Winner of the "name my next book" title contest

It's official. I have a winner. The contest deadline ended December 15th and I received over 200 entries. It's been a rough process going through and picking out just one title but tonight my publisher and I made the final decision.

A huge congratulations to Lindsay Henry for her winning entry.
My new collection, due out in May from Desert Palm Press, will be titled.....Wylde About Her.

A huge thank you to everyone who entered. I got some truly amazing suggestions. Look for the cover art reveal soon.
Beth
www.bethwylde.com

Lindsay will receive an advanced signed copy of the collection, a personal dedication in the book and a $20 Amazon gift certificate!

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Holiday Greetings

I want to wish everyone a Happy New year. It seems as if 2014 passed quickly and in a way, I’m glad it’s over. There was too much turmoil and violence marking the year in our country as well as other countries. My only hope is that 2015 will bring more peace and lead our country in a new direction.

Our family all gathered for Christmas, and I of course was nominated to bake the turkey and dressing. We had a wonderful time exchanging presents and gave thanks for our health.  I hope everyone reading this had a joyous Christmas and we’ll find happiness and peace in the New Year.

Self-publishing has kept me busy this year. Today, I uploaded another of my books titled Strangers in the Mist. I’m hoping with the holidays over, we can get back to advertising and selling our e-books.

I hope everyone has a safe and prosperous New Year. The same wish is for all to stay healthy and to show patience in stressful situations.  


Below I’ve posted a copy of my book cover and a blurb. Also there’s a list of sites where you can find Stranger’s in the Mist.






Mary Suzanne
Contemporary, Romance, Erotic
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Blurb
Mattie was out for a jog one afternoon in the wooded area near her home. She notices the dark clouds overhead and runs for shelter in an old shack she spotted just at the edge of the forest. When she reaches the building, she glances out the window and is shocked by the scene unfolding. Three people are dancing in an au natural state around a raging bonfire. Is she imaging things or did she really see the strangers in the mist cavorting in the rain?