Elizabeth Coldwell is a multi-published author and editor whose stories have appeared in a number of best-selling anthologies. She has written novels in a variety of different genres, from paranormal to BDSM and contemporary romance. She is the former editor of the UK edition of Forum magazine and the proud winner of an International Leather Award. When she is not busy writing, she is an avid supporter of Rotherham United Football Club and can be regularly found on the terraces at weekends, cheering her boys to victory (hopefully!).
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Elizabeth Coldwell - Female First feature
When you're plotting a novel, one of the things you have to establish early on is the profession of the main character. Sometimes, the plot springs organically from the hero or heroine's job, while other times what they do for a living may be a requirement of a submissions call.
Elizabeth Coldwell - BTSeMag feature
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When it comes to plotting a piece of fiction, one of the things an author needs to consider is the setting. That might not be so important when you’re writing a short story, but in a longer work, the location in which the love story (and it usually is a love story we’re talking about here) takes place can almost become one of the characters. This is usually most notable in film – think New York in Manhattan and Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist, or Paris in Before Sunset. But Cornwall is almost wired into the DNA of literary romance.
Pride Under Fire is one of those unique and fun shifter stories that just keep you on the edge of your seat. This is one of those books that you just cannot stop turning the pages to find out wh...
The story starts out with a pretty hot scene around 3 pages in and I was captivated ("fans self").
Elizabeth Coldwell proceeds to impress you even more with her knowledge on...
Each story has a seriously unique take on the superhero theme... refusing to let go until I finished the very last page. This is a fantastic anthology that I would highly recommend to m/m romanc...
It's not overly complicated, nor is it explicit, or graphic... I liked this!
Power Chords hit all the right notes and leave you begging for more.