Category Archives: Elaine Cantrell

Book Review: The Gryphon & His Thief

Some Treasures are Priceless… A long time ago, a Gryphon shifter’s duty was to guard and protect the people of the tribes, but Darrien Andros failed to keep his human wife safe from harm. Cursed for the crime, he must … Continue reading

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That Glass is Half Full

Am I an optimist or a pessimist? I’d have to say that I’m mostly an optimist. Naturally I have my down moments and hard times, everyone does, but overall for me the glass is usually half full instead of half … Continue reading

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The Table in the Window

Since the Christmas season is almost upon us, I think it would be okay to talk about my Christmas novel The Table in the Window. Here’s a blurb about the book, and then I’ll share an excerpt with you. Blurb: … Continue reading

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Want To Be In My Book?

“Has anyone ever asked you to add them to one of your stories? Have you told anyone that you were basing a character on them?” Actually, only one person ever asked to be included in one of my stories, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Second Chance

Ryan is a young boy with autism who spent his life shunted from foster home to foster home. People don’t understand why he won’t look them in the eye. They don’t understand why he makes odd flapping motions with his … Continue reading

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One Thing I’d Change

What one thing would you change about yourself as an author? First off, I don’t think I’d change the way I write. One of the reasons I like being an author is that I can write the kind of books … Continue reading

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Movie Time

I like going to movies, don’t you?  For one thing the refreshments are better than what I have at home, and for another the movie just looks better on a big screen in a dark room. Since I’m a romance … Continue reading

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