“PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK – Today’s RRBC Author – MISHA ELLIOTT
Hello readers – today on THE GUNDERSTONE REVIEW, as well as on ALL of my social media sites, I am going to spotlight, promote, and propel one of my fellow authors from my online book club – #RaveReviews BookClub ( #RRBC )
I have volunteered three days in total this week for our “PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK” effort which will showcase three different Rave Reviews Book Club authors.
If you are an author and want this kind of support, you can get in on “that action” via membership to the #RaveReviews BookClub.
Today I am spotlighting Misha Elliott, author of Saving Leah and Learning to Fly.
She was also a featured author in the Christmas in the City set of books. These were fourteen newly written stories by fifteen Authors in the City authors. This anthology will benefit a children’s hospital in the Florida area where the 2016 Authors in the City book signing will be held. Authors in the City is hosted by Stephanie’s Book Reports. Misha’s contribution in that set was titled “All I Want for Christmas”.
In her own words:
Misha Elliott is an old movie watching, wine drinking, book-lover. Once a northerner she now calls the sweet state of Alabama her home. She can’t remember a time when books weren’t a part of her life. Writing gives her a reason to talk to the voices in her head. When she isn’t writing you will find her talking about books with friends or at the beach with her toes in the sand.
Sometimes the only thing worse than revealing a painful secret is keeping it from the one who wants to save you.
In time, fractured bones mend and torn flesh heals. But what about a fractured soul? Years of abuse have left Leah scared and broken, in solitude with the only symbol of the person she used to be-her violin.
While in hiding, she never expected to meet the handsome and alluring Asher. Can he save her before all is lost or will her secrets become the death of her?
Learning to Fly
Growing up is hard enough for the average teen. Not even the average teen has the job of raising their mother in addition to themselves. When another one of her mother’s failed relationships forces the two to move, once again, it makes Sophie face an impossible change for her senior year.
What seemed like punishment has turned into an opportunity. However, what will Sophie do when she has a chance to experience being young for the first time? She’s sure to make a mistake or two while learning to fly.
You can follow Misha and her works through the following links:
Author Blog – http://mishaelliott.com/category/bookish-blog/