New Review

A wonderful review for Shades of Sepia audio book by The Blogger Girls. You can read it here

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News

Shades of Sepia is now an audio book, and is available through audible.com

Shades of Sepia and Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle are both finalists in this year’s Rainbow Awards.

And to finish off, another lovely review for Shades of Sepia from Elise at Sensual Reads

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New Reviews for The Sleepless City

It’s all go this week.

Both Shades of Sepia and Electric Candle were reviewed by Gay List Book Reviews.

You can read the review for Shades of Sepia here, and the review for Electric Candle here.

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Rainbow Awards Honourable Mentions

Shades of Sepia and Electric Candle have both received honourable mentions in this years’ Rainbow Awards.

You can read the judge’s comments for Shades of Sepia here, and Electric Candle here.

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Series Spotlight at Tempeste O’Riley’s

Tempeste O’Riley‘s series spotlight this week is The Sleepless City. There’s blurbs, and excerpts for the first 4 books – including the two that are still being written.

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Updates

Books 3 and 4 –  Family and Reflection and Checkmate pages now have blurbs and sneak previews/excerpts. Check them out.

I’ve also updated/reworked the series blurb on the ‘books’ page.

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The “Electric Candle” Blog Tour Stops Here Today, And Elizabeth Noble’s Giving Away A Copy Of The Book

The Novel Approach



TNA: Hi, Elizabeth, thanks so much for being here with us today. Why don’t we start out by having you tell us a little bit about yourself: hobbies, interests, things we might not know about you but should?

Elizabeth: Thank you so much for having me today!

When I’m not writing I garden, faux paint my house and I’m a huge astronomy buff.

TNA: Have you always written M/M Romance, or is that something that came along later in your writing career? What is it that drew you into wanting to explore gay relationships in your writing?

Elizabeth: I’ve always written stories, ever since I was very young. Before I learned to read and write I told the stories. For many years I wrote mainly scifi for personal enjoyment. Then along came the internet and I discovered fanfic. I wrote a lot of that in both general and M/M categories…

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