I am Liz Mills - incredibly old, but (amazingly) still fully functional. I was born of gentle, loving parents in Southend-on-Sea in the county of Essex, England, famous for its pier, shingle beaches and seaweed. I now live in the euphemistically named Three Bridges, in West Sussex, with my writer fiancée Douglas.
My childhood was undistinguished: expelled from posh school for being dim, I found my level in the state secondary education system, emerging with just enough basic skills to enable me to get a job … then another job … then another … and so on. At various points in my life I married and divorced a few times, producing two children, who are now adults and whom I love.
Writing was always a hobby, followed intermittently, until I shook off the shackles of the capitalist slavery system and gratefully accepted retirement. I developed my writing skills by reading and analysing the work of others. From some, I learnt how to write, while others showed me the mistakes to avoid; I am grateful to all of them.
At the age of sixty, as retirement loomed, I reinvented myself. I threw off the mantle that had stifled me for my whole adult life, and discovered, inside, the person I should have been. That person is now Elizabeth Audrey Mills, chatelaine and author of three full-length novels for adults/young adults, and a science-fiction series for young teens.
All my books are available in all e-reader formats through Smashwords, and in paperback through Amazon Createspace.
With fellow authors around the globe, I am also a founding member of the new e-magazine, INNOVATE, an exciting literary and artistic e-magazine. INNOVATE is devoted to bringing original and thought-provoking features from established and up-and-coming authors, artists and performers, as well as pioneering new frontiers with enhanced media. INNOVATE is available through Smashwords, and check out our web page at ... http://innovate-emagazine.com/
on April 30, 2014 :
I loved Natalie Tereshchenko - The Other Side as much as book one. I found the Russian history very interesting, but Natalie’s fictional viewpoint fascinated me. One part of the point was so exciting that I could see it being made into a movie. The ending seemed so real that I wrote to the author asking if it actually happened. She kindly responded. Sorry, I’m keeping silent on the answer, LOL.
(reviewed long after purchase)