Happy Halloween Dress Up with Elizabeth Pye

Happy Halloween & Spooky Greetings Happy Halloween is what every child looks forward to on the last day of October. As porch lights illuminate pathways for trick or treaters going house to house, Author Elizabeth Pye joins in on Halloween fun. Could her glowing jack-o-lantern and eighteenth-century character dress-up photos indicate more spooky surprises waiting? […]

How Seasons and Nature Affect the Way Authors Write

How Seasonal Changes Affect the Way Authors Write Use the beauty of season and nature in writing fiction. Seasons have a way of making us feel nostalgic. Certain emotions are triggered as weather changes, nature, times of the year, etc., remind us of places we’ve traveled to. It is interesting to discover how different authors […]

Food Fit for Napolean

Napoleon Style Cheeseburger Americans love to eat and like to celebrate with food, so much that every day of the year is a national day for some type of food. September 18th was National Cheeseburger Day, yesterday was National Butterscotch Pudding Day, and today is National Punch Day/Rum Punch Day. The Elizabeth Pye blog writings […]

Historical Fiction Writing Inspiration – French Chateau Gardens

Elizabeth Pye’s Historical Fiction Writing Inspiration Chateau gardens with their 17th and 18th Century French designs are intriguing for a historical romance author seeking historical fiction writing inspiration. Flowers have existed throughout the ages, and we are still admiring them. Look through Pinterest or find a book on the history of gardens for inspiration to […]

Four Tips for Promoting Your Book – Author, You Can Do This

The Second Phase of Writing: Book Promoting Congratulations! You’ve written your novel and you need help promoting your book and market it. But where do you begin? The second phase of writing is book promoting, and it doesn’t have to be daunting.

Romantic Day of the Year, Valentine’s Day – a Look Back in France History

Happy Valentine’s Day! Love is in the air on this 14th day of February. How did Valentine’s Day become the most popular day of the year for love? The 18th-century era became known for romance, and love letters, flowers, and poems began to be exchanged between lovers. Learn about Napoleon and his love for Josephine, […]