Elizabeth Westphal

Biography

Elizabeth Westphal lives in Minnesota. She wrote her first book at the age of 14, as a NaNoWriMo novel. This book was the first in her series of two books, the Dragon Land: Two Dragon Brothers series. Afterwards, she wrote Bola's Tale, and she is currently working on another novel, unrelated to any of her other books. For updates on upcoming books, visit her website: http://elizabethwestphal.blogspot.com

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Books

Bola's Tale: The Story of a Pack of Abandoned Farm Dogs
Price: Free! Words: 26,100. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational
A pack of abandoned dogs has learned to survive on their own on a farm. There is barely enough food to sustain them. Another dog is abandoned, a dog which will change their lives forever. The humans start feeding the dogs because of her. The pack grows, but then the humans stop feeding them. The dogs must now fight harder than ever to survive where they were first abandoned and then forgotten.
Dragon Land: Two Dragon Brothers # 2: Quest for Revenge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 74,230. Language: English. Published: October 30, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
With the Vampire dragons gone, the forest is at peace, Waveripple believes. Unknown to him, one of the Vampires the dragons drove out, Whiteswirl, is after revenge. He begins to hunt down the dragons who killed Redclaws, the Vampire who converted him into a Vampire. But soon things become even more heated, as an entire clan of Vampires moves into the area, and a clan of Vampire hunters follows.
Dragon Land: Two Dragon Brothers # 1: The Beginning
Price: Free! Words: 53,870. Language: English. Published: January 4, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
Two dragon brothers, Waveripple and Whiteswirl, are separated before they hatch. Whiteswirl was turned into a Vampire dragon while still in his egg, while Waveripple remained a normal Amphibian dragon.

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Judy Schulten
Latest book: Fifty Ways to Have Fun With Your Bad Spanish. Published August 14, 2013. (4.50 from 2 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by Elizabeth Westphal

  • Control Your Dreams on Jan. 27, 2012

    Control Your Dreams was quite an interesting book. It is short, but it contains all necessary information to begin having lucid dreams. The first night after reading it, I had the first lucid dream I had had in a long time. So, go ahead and give it a try!
  • Four-Hundred and Twenty Characters on Aug. 31, 2012

    This book was obscene and filled with strong language. Most of it was non-humorous. And the grammar was worse than that used by most people using Facebook.
  • Fifty Ways to Have Fun With Your Bad Spanish on Nov. 06, 2015

    Fifty Ways to Have Fun with Your Bad Spanish is without a doubt the most interesting book on language I have ever read. I have been trying (intermittently) to learn Spanish almost my entire life, so I thought this book would be an interesting read. Most new language learners are overly focused on perfect grammar, or being able to translate everything they would say in their native language to their second language. This book reminds people of what language learning is all about--to be able to communicate with other people. Judy Schulten does not tell her readers that they should not seek to improve their Spanish, but rather, that they should put to use that Spanish which they already know--even if it is not very good. And when people begin trying to actually use their new language, they quickly become more fluent in speaking it, and better able to understand native speakers. This book contains several ideas I was already aware of for putting Spanish to fun use, as well as a few new ones I would like to try. Fifty Ways to Have Fun with Your Bad Spanish inspired me to do two things--spend more time acquiring more Spanish vocabulary, and begin speaking Spanish, at my current level, more often than before (which had been almost never). The book is short, interesting, and free (at least at the time of this review), so why not give it a read? If you ever tried to learn another language, I am sure you will enjoy it.