For the majority of her life, C. Elizabeth has tried her hand in many different things including drawing, photography, and sewing. However, she would find herself losing interest after a short while. Writing turned out to be a completely different story; it was a gift that found her and continues to be an addiction, as well as a most wonderful, incredible passion.
Not only does C. Elizabeth write amazing and engrossing novels, but she does whatever she can to perfect her craft, such as attending the New York Pitch Conference, seminars and other similar groups and gatherings. Ms. Elizabeth also writes for online magazines on the topic of writing, sharing her knowledge with others.
C. Elizabeth resides in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. Writing has taught her a lot about herself and opened her eyes to many things that may not have been discovered had it not been for her writing career.
Ms. Elizabeth is currently busy promoting her newest novel, Absolute Obstruction, a sequel to her debut novel Absolute Obsession. I have read both of these releases and can honestly say that they are amazing.
Readers can learn more about C. Elizabeth and her work by visiting the following links:
If you had to describe your book, Absolute Obstruction, in two sentences, what would they be?
Finding true love is hard enough, keeping it is even harder. However, when that love is the driving force for revenge, it is the very thing that will destroy that it was avenging.
Do you have a favorite line or excerpt from your current work?
"When one opens their heart, they open the door for all to step in and enjoy the light – that is love."
What are five important things that you take into consideration while writing your story?
1. Loving my characters, that is a must, even if I don’t like sometime.
2. Realism. Escapism is wonderful, but to write so that the readers feel they are the actual characters is my goal at all times.
3. Though it is fiction I still step back and ask myself: Could this truly happen?
4. Being submerged in the story myself, so it isn’t forced and the words flow off the page.
5. To tantalize the reader into turning the page.