Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight: L. Loren

I love fierce woman characters. I enjoy reading  of them, watching them, and – most of all – writing about them.  That’s what drew me to The Layover – the first book in the WanderLynn Series, penned by authoress L. Loren. Her heroine is travel guru Lynn Stratton, a woman whose challenges in life lead her to… Read More Author Spotlight: L. Loren

Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight: J.L. Moore

Every writer is a reader. ‘Nuff said, it’s a scientific fact. Reading within my own genre is one of my favorite ways to learn how to be a better author. My personal guilty pleasure is snuggling up on my couch and falling in love with my favorite type of book boyfriend: the sexy dark billionaire.… Read More Author Spotlight: J.L. Moore

Thirty On Tap

More Than Sixteen Candles: 5 Molly Ringwald Roles That Defined Gen X Womanhood

I just turned 38 a few days ago. That’s an odd way to start off this post but it’s significant. Stay with me on this. According to the all-knowing Wikipedia, I was born just in time to qualify to be a member of Generation X. I grew up in the Eighties and can remember a… Read More More Than Sixteen Candles: 5 Molly Ringwald Roles That Defined Gen X Womanhood

Eliza In General

38 For 38: My Birthday Promises

(NSFW-ish: There’s a gif of a very nice ass in this post. Not mine, but if you search the internet long enough…) Ah, a birthday is upon me. Father Time caught me by my scuffed workplace-friendly high heel for the thirty-eighth time in a row. It was bound to happen and, yes, I’m thankful that it did.… Read More 38 For 38: My Birthday Promises

Eliza In General

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Wicked In The Quad Cities – March 18th

2017 has me busy, but never too busy to meet with my readers! If you’re in the Quad Cities area, come see me at Wicked In The Quad Cities on Saturday, March 18th at noon. I’ll be signing and selling books for $5 a pop (almost a 50% savings!). RSVP and purchase tickets HERE. See the… Read More MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Wicked In The Quad Cities – March 18th