Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows
A few random things about me...
Um, let's see... when I was eight, I had a pet turkey. I used to take it with me on my very short lived paper route. Needless to say, I was terrible at delivering the paper. No one wanted a "Dollar Saver" with turkey poop on the front page. Apparently that is where the best coupons are.
Books... well, "Treasure Island" is a fantastic pirate tale. I love just about anything by Roald Dahl, and of course... Jane Austen (I have yet to find a sappy female who doesn't).
I love to write... these days sneaking away just to use the bathroom is hard enough. Finding a quiet moment alone with my laptop is impossible. I've developed a talent for making airplane noises out the side of my mouth for my son while squeezing in a paragraph or two.
I write fantasy stories for children. Yep - I am a HUGE fantasy geek. I can't help myself! It is too darn awesome to escape to another realm with sorcerers and wizards. The underlying theme in my stories is empowerment, self love, and living purposefully.
When football is on I turn into a different person. I may even use a curse word or two... or three.
I enjoy running; which is a good thing because I need to do it in order to fit into my jeans.
I love to cook and really, really love to eat. I have a theory that avocados make almost anything taste better.
Few things make me smile more than chocolate, cheese, and a good bottle of wine... AND, if the Chargers would make it to the Super Bowl again - just once:)
The Azra's Pith Series
Book 1: Alexander Drake's extraordinary Pursuit
Book 2: The Return of General Drake
Book 3: The Butterfly Curse
John William's Adventure Series
Book 1: The Bandits of Basswood
Where to find Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows online
John William and The Quest for Copia
John William and Celeste were more than ready for another adventure. The search for Copia seemed to be a perfect opportunity. They were unaware of the dangers until it was too late. Shadow jumpers emerged and grew rapidly in numbers. They wanted the medallion Celeste found. Its power would bring the lost city to life again, unlocking the dark past dormant with in its walls.
John William and the Bandits of Basswood
You've never heard of the Bandits of Basswood? They will smile and tip their hats just before robbing you blind. They are a ruthless bunch of thieves. No man has ever escaped their capture and lived to tell about it. John William hopes to be the first.
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