Eliana Vale

Biography

Eliana Siobhan Vale is the nom de plume of a freelance editor in the southern east coast, where she lives with her long-time lover and their miniature shepherds: Kaylee and Leelu. With wild blue hair and an obsession with stars, this not-so-lonely-heart has a soft spot for epic fantasies, kick-ass heroines, and the emotional roller-coasters of teen fiction.
"A Study in Steel" is Ellie's first fully completed novel, but she is currently working on other projects, including a supernatural mystery, a poetic interpretation of the myth of Persephone, and a tear-jerking romance about stolen fates. Look for samples of her upcoming work soon!
Email her any time at Ellie.S.Vale@gmail.com.

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
I have a very extensive obsession with Teen Fiction. It is my guilty pleasure and I eat it up. I love love love almost anything by Francesca Lia Block, and continue to fall in love with books like Daughter of the Forest, The Hunger Games, Before I Fall, White Oleander, and The Fault in Our Stars.
What are you working on next?
I'm stuck in between my true obsession as far as my writing-- a book of poetic verse retelling a modern version of Persephone-- and a new idea I started for NaNoWriMo that I never finished, about a woman whose life is literally somehow changed-- her husband, in particular-- and she has to find out how to get her life back.
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Where to find Eliana Vale online


Books

A Study in Steel
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,260. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Cyberpunk, Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
A violent war, long past. The extinction of the human race. A city populated by genetically engineered, robotic beings. Vera is a Search Engine in the gritty city of Duplicity. A P.I. in a world of machines, her life revolves around finding information. But when her client is murdered she is caught up in an investigation into the corrupt past of the city itself

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