Work-in-Progress… Saturday: Reverie (Video!)

 In Videos, Works in Progress

Coming November / December 2017:

Reverie — Small town love isn’t always quaint. Learn more at http://authorelizaandrews.com

Referenced in the video:

Chapter 1 (note that it was originally titled Apart)

Excerpt from Chapter 2

“A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor

“A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner

Get it at a discount when it’s released — join my Reader’s Club

Hey… what do you think about the latest draft for my cover (above right)? Β It’s still a work in progress, but I’d like to hear your thoughts.

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  • Dorothy Hermes

    Sounds really good to me! Will be anxiously awaiting the new book! Keep writing and thank you!

    • Eliza

      Thanks!

  • Linda

    Love the cover. Sounds like a good story( little different in a good way)

    • Eliza

      Thanks, Linda!

  • Amber

    Being from the southern part of Missouri; I unfortunately know exactly what you mean about the underlying darkness. I am intrigued by this new book and can’t wait. Also loved the vlog. πŸ™‚

    • Eliza

      What part of southern Missouri? My dad’s side of the family is all from southeast Missouri. In between Marshfield and Lebanon, if you know those itty bitty towns.

      • Amber

        I have heard of Lebanon, but never been there. I am from the Greenville area, but now live in Poplar Bluff (close to the bootheel). πŸ™‚

  • Melanie

    Hey Eliza,
    You asked about the cover-draft… I think it looks cool and will definitely get attention from new readers when it’s online.
    I’m looking forward to it!
    Greetings from Germany πŸ™‚

    • Eliza

      Thanks for the feedback!

    • Amber

      I have heard of Lebanon, but never been there. I am from the Greenville area, but now live in Poplar Bluff (close to the bootheel). πŸ™‚

      • Eliza

        Okay, I know that area a little bit, but my family is a little further north and west. Some of my young adult stuff (under “R. A. Marshall”) is set in northern Arkansas, and I drew heavily from my experience down in southern Missouri.

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