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Eliza Lynn Taylor

Kennan, Wisconsin, United States

Email: elizalynn@elizalynntaylor.com

Home page: elizalynntaylor.com

I have been writing in some form or another since I was a child- I just didn't realize it until recently. I had a "fan club" as a teenager that put out a small newspaper for which I was writer and publisher. I sold most copies. I have been writing for well over twenty years and have been published a few times in Anelecta, a library literary journal out of Missouri in the 1980s. I have also been published online on such sites as Helium, Associated Content (now known as Yahoo! Voices), Gather.com and UselessKnowledge.com and in an e- newsletter "Anything Goes" out of the United Kingdom. I have been published in print in a regional magazine with a profile piece. I had a self-published book "Murder So Convenient" in 2003 (now out of print). I also e-publish a newsletter "Livin' in the Sticks" - through subscription only through my website. It seemed like a good name since I have always lived out in the country or in a rural setting. I also have a blog "Eliza Lynn Taylor's You Never Know" ostensibly named because one never knows what I'm likely to write about.

I am currently shopping a manuscript (suspense) with a sequel started for it.

Come by and visit my website http://www.elizalynntaylor.com or visit my blog http://elizalynntaylorsyouneverknow.blogspot.com.

Interests: reading, writing, sewing, cooking,communicating with old friends, gardening, dogs, my farm, and especially my family.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • Murder so Convenient
  • Short Story and Flash Fiction
  • Nonfiction

  • Identifying Charity Scams when Donating to Hurricane Katrina Victims..AVoiding Twice the Tragedy
  • Owner Training
  • My First Flight
  • Articles
  • Other

  • Livin\' in the Sticks Newsletter
  • Eliza Lynn Taylor\'s You Never Know