Ellen C Maze


Montgomery, Alabama native Ellen C. Maze writes vampire fiction that stands out amongst a sea of lore as she unabashedly brings faith and blood lust face-to-face. Addicting and delicious, Ellen’s brand of story-telling is rife with deep character study and honest emotion.

Ellen’s debut novel, Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider (Nov. 09) has turned heads all over the globe and garnered such reviews as “a fresh and exciting rendition of the vampire mythos” with a “lightning paced plot that rivals the works of Dan Brown or Stephen King.” The sequel, Rabbit Legacy is due out late Summer 2010 to be followed by the launch of a separate series, The Corescu Chronicles which begins with Book One, The Judging.

Ellen graduated from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She has been a licensed minister and Bible teacher and writes vampires from a uniquely biblical worldview. Keeping in close contact with her readers is important so Ellen keeps an updated web site that is as interactive as it is entertaining. Found at www.ellencmaze.com is deleted scenes (Loose Rabbits) and synopses of all of her upcoming works. She also has a growing facebook Novel Group entitled Curiously Spiritual Vampire Tales by Ellen C. Maze

Ellen lives in Alabama the Beautiful with her artist/author daughter, one fat devil cat, and one perfect angel cat. Ellen has no holes in her neck…

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New vampire novel Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider VIDEO TRAILER
RABBIT: Chasing Beth Rider book trailer 1. Go to http://www.rabbitnovel.com for full synopsis, excerpts, contests, purchase, info and MORE. Find out what a LOOSE RABBIT is on this site... Look for hidden easter eggs... have fun ;-)


David and the Dying Buzz: A Vampire Short
Price: Free! Words: 6,560. Language: English. Published: May 26, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
David belongs to a race of immortals known as Rakum--bloodthirsty and the very epitome of what today's vampires would be if they existed. Walk in David's shoes as he does his best to work out the kinks of his life, mixing with voluntary blood donors and a gay benefactor, all the while resisting the urge to kill.

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Smashwords book reviews by Ellen C Maze

  • The Kissing Room on June 01, 2010

    The Kissing Room by Cheryl Anne Gardner So what if The Kissing Room’s star is a little “ashtray in the head”; Irish euphemisms only add to this stunning story’s appeal. Set in a pub in Ireland, Meryl O’Byrne tends her deceased father’s business with spit, grit and wit. Although she is haunted by the suicidal death of her beloved husband Jon, she muddles through with thoughts rampant and barely controlled as they gallop past her consciousness like wild horses. When Meryl meets an intriguing stranger named Lain, she slowly learns to release the past and begin anew—shrugging off her demons at the same time. All of this makes her the most believable character I’ve read in a long time. Told in First Person, author Cheryl Anne Gardner expertly gives us a glimpse into the mind of a widow who sees and reacts to the world with her very last ounce of passion. The reader is invited onto a roller coaster ride of delicious descriptive settings and masterfully done character development. Gardner is a superb storyteller and you won’t regret giving her a try. Ellen C Maze Author RABBIT: CHASING BETH RIDER A Unique Spin on the Vampire Myth