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Spring 2020 YA Scavenger Hunt

Posted March 31, 2020 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 88 Comments
Spring 2020 YA Scavenger Hunt

It’s the 20th YA Scavenger Hunt. Are you ready to YASH? Don’t know who I am? I’m a corporate girl by day, YA Author by night, and mom to 4 kids under 11. A few fun facts: I’ll never leave NY because of the pizza I HATE ZOMBIES…and yet I have three books with them […]

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A New YA Gothic Fantasy Series

Posted May 1, 2019 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
A New YA Gothic Fantasy Series

2018 was a pretty intense year for me. I started a mentorship with NY Times Bestselling author, Rebecca Hamilton, developed a new series, and bought a house! DAUGHTER OF THE SONG is the first book in my new YA Gothic Fantasy series, the UNHOLY MAGIC SAGA. I’ve been wanting to write a gothic type novel […]

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Eliza’s Eleven Scouts

Posted March 4, 2018 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 1 Comment
Eliza’s Eleven Scouts

Happy Sunday!!! Next month, Deceptively Beautiful: A Daath Wedding, will release. While it’s book 4 in the series, only SOME of your favorite characters will make an appearance.   Here’s the blurb: While war plagues the various lands, Daath is preparing for the grandest celebration in its history. Lucino and Jeslyn will marry, uniting their people and […]

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Twilight MASSIVE GIVEAWAY NEWS..

Posted December 10, 2017 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Twilight MASSIVE GIVEAWAY NEWS!!!

I know I’ve been super quiet–mainly because I’ve been in edit mode. Today, I have some UBER news.   Check out this MASSIVE Twilight giveaway going on over at Genrecave! Here’s what’s up for grabs: Twilight Perfume Twilight Audiobook Collection Twilight 3 Board Game Collection Complete Twilight DVD Collection Twilight Collector’s Barbie Bella’s Twilight Replica […]

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Mid-Week Muse: Hermitude

Posted June 11, 2014 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 1 Comment
Mid-Week Muse: Hermitude

I’m bacccckkkkkkk. I realized I haven’t been blogging much. Between getting book#2 back to the editor, the 40hr a week day job and kids…well, you guessed it, burn out time! Instead of complaining, moping, staring at the workout video when I should be participating, I got off my lazy butt and turned up the tunes. […]

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Book Review: CHARMING

Posted June 4, 2014 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Book Review: CHARMING

Hello, folks! It’s been awhile since I’ve reviewed a book. I read an advanced copy of this, for a freind, and wow, the girl did not dissapoint! Here’s the goodreads blurb. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and that’s great . . . as long as you don’t die. Sixteen-year-old Haley Tremaine had […]

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Fan Art: Original Broken Fores..

Posted April 25, 2014 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 5 Comments
Fan Art: Original Broken Forest Cover

There’s only 7 days left until the submission window is closed.  Today, I decided to share with you the original artwork behind the first cover. My publisher ended up re-doing the cover due to a reader survey: readers thought it was manga. I loved it. It’s artistic, romantic and different than anything else, but I […]

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Book Review: DIVIDE

Posted April 21, 2014 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 5 Comments
Book Review: DIVIDE

From senior class president to dejected social outcast, with just the flick of a match.After accusations of torching her ex-boyfriend’s home are followed by the mysterious poisoning of her ex-best friend, seventeen-year-old Holland Briggs assumes her life is over. And it is. But not in the way she thinks.As Holland learns the truth about her […]

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Broken Forest Excerpts

Posted April 11, 2014 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Broken Forest Excerpts

Follow my blog with Bloglovin To give you a few ideas for the contest, I’ve posted some Broken Forest excerpts below. Be inspired. CREATE. Have fun. Remember, details of the fanart contest can be found on the fanart page. Derrick and I headed towards the crowded market. The air smelled of fresh bread, reminding me […]

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