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All About Elizabeth

Elizabeth Langston was born in Memphis and raised in Tupelo, MS (the reverse Elvis). Elizabeth is a computer geek by day and an author of YA fiction by night. Her debut trilogy has sold to Spencer Hill Press with the first book, WHISPER FALLS, set to release in Nov 2013. A three-time Golden Heart finalist, Elizabeth now lives in North Carolina with her husband and two daughters.

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Elizabeth's Fun Facts

Ruby Nickname:
Ruby Wishes

Hometown:
Raleigh

GH Year(s)
2005 2007 2009

Completed Manuscript(s)
Whisper Falls, Leaving Eden, About Face, For Real

Genre(s):
YA

Started Writing:
fall 2000

Day Job:
software quality analyst

For Fun:
travel, obsess over SYTYCD

Blog Posts from Elizabeth

Passages in life

You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth. (from The Prophet by Khalil Gibran) Today is release day for one of my best projects ever. Dear Daughter #2 is leaving for college. Someone asked my husband a couple of months ago what it felt like to wait for the […]

Ruby Release: Whisper Falls by Elizabeth Langston

It’s a party! Amanda Brice here. Today we’re celebrating Elizabeth Langston’s debut. Whisper Falls, a young adult time travel with a twist, is officially released today. Before we chat with Beth, here is the blurb for your perusal: While training for a mountain bike race, high-school senior Mark Lewis spots a mysterious girl dressed in odd […]

I did it for my daughters

Today is special. Whether you call it Armistice Day, Remembrance Day, or Veterans Day, November 11th gives us all the opportunity to honor those who have served in the defense of their countries. To those who served one year or thirty; to those who served at a desk, on a ship, or in the field; […]

Two months and counting down

My debut novel releases nine weeks from today.  It’s time for the publicity machine to get into gear. The publisher has assigned me a publicist. Cindy and I are discussing lots of ways to promote the book, such as a blog tour, book-signings, and social media.  I expected to dread the PR part of the […]

Saying something nice

One of my dad’s favorite expressions is: if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. That is my philosophy for book reviews. My debut YA doesn’t release until November, so I have no reviews to angst over yet. But I have friends who are published. They get a lot of reviews. I’ve […]

RWA Nationals 2013 Recap for July 17

Hi, folks, welcome from Atlanta.  This posting will be brief and photo-heavy. So enjoy this quick look at Wednesday, July 17, from RWA Nationals 2013.

Guest author Jennifer L. Armentrout

Today, we are delighted to have Jennifer L Armentrout with us on the blog.  Join me in welcoming an author who, in the two years since her first book released, has published an astonishing 14+ works and has 8 more books under contract. # 1 NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY Bestselling author Jennifer lives […]

What Hot Heroes Do

My best friend and I were eating lunch in the corporate cafe the other day when a hot guy walked by.  So I made the rather eloquent observation, “That guy is hot.” She became agitated. “Do you talk that way in front of your husband?” Well, yeah. I’m an author. I’m paid to notice when […]

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