Arousing Amelia

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Frustration. Power. Volatile passion. A potent mix ready to spill over. More
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About Ellie Jones

In 1985 Ellie complemented a technical education, with a Bachelor of Arts degree, admitting 'qualifications only became important to me once I was adult. It would have been so much easier had I studied when I was at the age when my brain didn't seize up so readily, but I guess I was young and bolshie and thought there were more exciting things to do.'

When jobs around the home allow, Ellie's time is divided between writing, attempting to play 8-ball pool, and socializing. Like most authors, Ellie nurtured a desire for writing from an early age, and like most, became a clandestine scribbler. 

In 1994, Ellie went public when a string of magazine stories were accepted. Stories from Ellie have been published regularly ever since, been recorded by 'Talking Newspapers' for distribution to the visually impaired, have featured in periodicals, anthologies, summer specials, international newspapers, been broadcast on prime-time radio, and published in several international writing competitions, at times fighting off entrants from 27 countries.

An audio collection of short stories has been released, recorded by radio personality, Pauline McGough. 

A Brit, abroad, Ellie now lives on the outskirts of Jalón, Spain, overlooking vineyards, villages and olive groves.

If you enjoy stories by Ellie, why not 'like' her on Facebook and see all her updates.

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Review by: Dee A Mony on Nov. 04, 2012 :
I disagree with Ernest, I love the twist; totally breaks all cliches. 5 stars for that little twist that makes the story :).
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Review by: Brad Stuff X on Nov. 04, 2012 :
Well written and hot! That there was a twist at the end was predictable, I expected it, and was totally surprised that it wasn't the one I expected. Well done!
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Review by: Bertha Sampson on Nov. 03, 2012 :
I liked it. It was sensitive and had a nice surprise at the end. It sizzled at the right place as well. Just what I like in a romance.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Nov. 03, 2012 : (no rating)
Deliza, an unexpected twist, and it was, I missed it by a mile, is still stupid.
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Review by: Deliza Rafferty on Nov. 03, 2012 : (no rating)
Ernest down there has no idea of what he speaks. GREAT twist - never anticipated it!
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Nov. 03, 2012 :
The more I read, the sillier this story became. And the twist, well it was rather stupid.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Nov. 03, 2012 :
Great writing loved the twist.
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