EJ Divitt lives in Massachusetts with her husband in a house she plans to live in forever. EJ is an insurance agent by day who spends her free time writing. She has multiple nonfiction titles available including: Daily Writing Prompts To Spur Creativity, I'm Engaged! Now What? and Things Every Goddess Should Know.
She is also the author of the paranormal fantasy series, The Ghost Protector Trilogy. Book one, Ghost Of A Chance, book two, Ghost Of A Smile, and book three, Ghost Of A Memory, are all available now.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I became an indie author because I lost a bet to my husband. I had already written several fiction manuscripts and short stories. They are taking up one drawer of my desk but I never did anything further with them. I would do National Novel Writing Month year after year and just pile up the manuscripts. I also like to give advice; to help people find what they need. Well one day my husband told me I should write down all of the etiquette rules my father and mother had taught me. He then proposed a bet with the stakes being if I lost I had to submit my etiquette book for publication. This resulted in my first indie publication, Etiquette As I Learned It. I lost the bet but it was the best bet I ever lost.
What do you read for pleasure?
I read a lot of different things for fun. I am a big fan of paranormal fantasy such as the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne and The Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews. I read a lot of mystery. I read romance. I also listen to a lot of nonfiction audio books. I recently heard Blink by Malcolm Gladwell which I enjoyed and a finance one that I will not mention as I did not particularly enjoy it. I currently have Cold Days by Jim Butcher going as an audio book and I am reading Wild Invitation by Nalini Singh in paperback. I also have Rapture in Death by JD Robb going as an ebook.
When you work for the King of Ghosts, you don't get a vacation.
Ghost Of A Chance: When Jenny's father is murdered, the mantle of Ghost Protector passes to her. Too bad no one told her.
Ghost Of A Smile: Jenny's gotten used to helping the dead but now she needs to help the living. Something is killing teenagers. Can Jenny stop it before it claims another victim?
Ghost Of A Memory: Jenny's little brother Tommy's very essence is being drained. It's up to Jenny to use all of her power as Ghost Protector to save him. Can she stop an ancient evil before it consumes him?
It's been months since Jenny Chang took over her father's job as supernatural protector. Being the Ghost Protector has already cost Jenny more than she thought she had to lose but now the stakes are higher than ever.
Do you dream of being a writer? Do you want to be more creative? This is the place to start. This book contains 366 writing prompts to help you get started; one for every day of the year including leap day. Do them one at a time in order or jump around and do several at once. Consider this a workout for your creative muscles. You can get started now.
Want your inner goddess to show? These are the things you need to know.
Have you ever read Greek mythology? Athena, Artemis and Aphrodite were incredibly powerful, beautiful and often petty and mistake prone. They were still goddesses.
Being a woman means you have the potential to be a force of nature. You are strong and beautiful in ways you have not yet begun to understand. You are a goddess.
You're engaged! Congratulations! Now what do you do? Do you know where to begin the things you need to plan? What decisions you need to make? You want your wedding to be amazing. "I'm Engaged! Now What?" will help you be your own wedding planner and make your dream day come true. It's all a matter of planning and preparation. Answers the question, What do I do now?
A series of quick essays on a variety of etiquette topics. Are you worried about how to behave at a wake? Is it okay to decline an invitation without giving a reason? How do you handle it when things get awkward? You'll recognize some things that have irritated you in others and see topics you have not considered. Covers over 35 topics of everday etiquette situations.
A collection of short lessons and thoughts on a variety of subjects. Includes lessons on starting a fire, figuring out your net worth, learning to appreciate yourself and even surviving the zombie apocalypse.
Have you ever found yourself at a loss as to what to say to someone at a funeral? Been overwhelmed at the thought of writing a thank you card? You have good intentions but just need a little help? This book is for you.