I am a high school teacher of English and Computer Studies, former archaeologist, an avid reader of literary and science fiction and student of the human condition. Everything I do, watch, read and hear is fodder for my writing. I am passionate about Second Cup lattes, cooking, writing and language, differentiated instruction and ABC’s Once Upon A Time. In my spare time I experiment with paleo cookery, knit badly, and write. I also bake. Most of the time it doesn’t burn. My family doesn’t seem to mind.
For book reviews by myself and (hopefully) my daughter, see britbear.eliseabram.com. We’re also open to helping authors with blog tours (self- and indie-published authors welcome).
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Guest Posts and Acknowledgments
CW’s The 100 Proves Sometimes the Book Isn’t Always Better, on Cultured Vultures.
Why Character Names are the Secret Ingredient to Your Story, on The Write Practice website.
5 Sites to Promote Your Book on a Shoestring Budget is recommended on Dean K. Miller’s blog as a “cool link”.
Develop Your Narrative Voice By Stealing From Bestselling Authors is cited in this informative post at Steal Like A Writer.
My review for Swimming in the Rainbow by Rebecca Lochalann is cited here.