F. Elizabeth Hauser


F. Elizabeth Hauser is a retired Registered Nurse.She grew up in the Northwest, but lived for many years in Arizona in the Gila Valley, the setting for Fish In A Bird's Nest. She is a former member of the Mid-Valley Chapter of Willamette Writers and a small private writing group, River Road Riters. She and her husband now live in Utah.She enjoys spending time with her family, with five grown children and eleven grandchildren.Together, she and her husband have eight children and fourteen grandchildren. She is an avid camper, enjoys hiking and backpacking, and loves to delve into family history research.And did we mention writing??

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I love to be able to tell a story on paper, and thrill when I can get my readers into the thoughts and emotions of my characters. My characters are like family to me. I feel like I know them that intimately. I love to create a story based around characters and how they experience events, and how those events change them. I'm not afraid to address some pretty raw experiences that result in powerful emotions.
What are you working on next?
I am getting ready to publish Called to the Work and then I have another novel, the first one I ever began, the one that writers stick in the drawer and don't pull out for years...that will be going through refining and my editor's critical review, and then more refining, until finally it will be ready for publication later this year. It is titled Unintended Consequences. I hope you will enjoy them both. Both stories address unexpected changes in the lives of the characters and the impact those changes wrought. As is so often the case, when things don't go as planned, it affects far more than the individual character.
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Called to the Work
Price: Free! Words: 116,280. Language: English. Published: August 19, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Fiction » Inspirational
When the Dyorich family moves to a new state, their whole world is turned upside down. Oldest son, Joey, does not adapt well to this move and gets involved with a group of friends that lead him in a downward spiraling path that lands him with a felony record. As a consequence of his incarceration, he meets a boy who changes his life. And the lives of all of his family.
The Homesteaders: Following a Dream
Price: Free! Words: 41,820. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Historical
The first in a series of novels, The Homesteaders: Following a Dream, introduces the reader to a young girl being raised by her widowed father in late nineteenth century America. Her dream is to become a doctor, like her father. Clara finds she has only two who believe in her, and then her life is changed when she meets another in the form of a handsome self-educated farm boy.
Fish in a Bird's Nest
Price: Free! Words: 72,310. Language: English. Published: April 18, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
A gripping and authentic story of friendship that blossoms into love, amid cultural, religious, and racial diversity that were usually insurmountable barriers in the early part of the 20th century in America. Choices and their harsh consequences bring two families through pain, sorrow, and unification when children refuse to be captives of social bigotry and cultural misunderstanding.

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