Welcome to PNRLovers, Elizabeth.
Please tell us a little about yourself.
Okay, where to start? I’m originally from Upstate NY, but have been living in Europe for about 10 years now with my husband. We love to travel and have driven through most of the Western European countries during one trip or another. My favorite place, so far, is probably Prague, Czech Republic. Although Salamanca, Spain is a close second.
I am an artist and have been painting in some form or another since I was a pre-teen. It’s the same for writing, whether it was poetry or short stories, if I didn’t have a paint brush in my hand, then I probably had a pen.
Can you tell us a couple of random fun facts about you that we couldn’t find out by doing a Google search?
I am a plan-a-holic. I’m addicted to my planner. I use the Erin Condren Life Planner and I go so far as to decorate each week with cute stickers. Seriously, it’s a problem. ?
I also love to paint my nails. I actually schedule a manicure in my planner and pick a new color every week. Since I work from home I don’t get to wear make-up or fancy clothes each day, so having cute nails is my way of being girly. Plus, it’s fun!
When you’re not busy writing all the words, what do you like to do to occupy your free time?
I have a day job as a graphic designer. I also love to cook and experiment with new recipes. Thank goodness I married a man who doesn’t mind testing my creations.
Are there any Authors that have grasped your interest recently and why? What are you reading now?
Oh man! Too many. That is such a touch question. More than anything else, I am a READER. I love books. I love stories. And I can devour an entire series so fast. Right now I’m on a M/M Romance kick. The last book I read was Levity by Leta Blake & Keira Andrews. It was super cute. I’ve also recently read Falling by Barbara Elsborg which was so intensely beautiful and tragic and amazing that I went out and picked up the next book in the series immediately after finishing it. But, perhaps my favorite book this month is Vespertine by Leta Blake and Indra Vaughn – just, omg, so good.