Category Archives: Elaine Cantrell

I Like to Read My Own Work

Since we’ve been staying inside due to Covid 19 I find that I’m reading a lot more than usual. I finished my last book pretty late one evening, and I didn’t want to start something new so late. Well, I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Saving Raine

BLURB: Matt, Raine went to California because her parents thought it was safe. It’s not. You’ve got to get her out as soon as possible. She could die, Matt. When 19-year-old Matt Carney gets a cryptic message from his father … Continue reading

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Bribery Will Usually Do It

When on a trip (either a long vacation or a day trip) how do you occupy the travel time, or keep the kids occupied? Traveling with kids is a whole different thing than traveling with just my husband. When my … Continue reading

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I Pick Elizabeth

“If you could be — even briefly — one of your OWN characters… which character would you be? Why? For how long?” I always fall in love with all of my characters. When I’m writing I think that the ones … Continue reading

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It Was a Hard Decision, But We’re Glad We Made It

My grandson has high functioning autism. He’s a lovely young man with a good personality as well as a great sense of humor, and he is able to hold down a part time job at Wal Mart. He attends church … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Brand New Address Intervenus Part 1

Book Buyers Best Finalist in Upper Young Adult! Octogenarian CEO Gwendolyn Mantis of Botany General didn’t create the ice age cold but keeps dwindling resources out of reach for the poor. Two hundred years before, a meteor bombardment threw Earth … Continue reading

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Well, Sort Of

Do you dress in any particular color or style for holidays or special days? When I was a child my mother always dressed us up for Easter. That was the only time of year we wore gloves and a hat, … Continue reading

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