From Romance Novels to Graphic Novels Anne Elizabeth Follows Her Dreams
Dayna Linton from Novels Alive catches up with author Anne Elizabeth and they discuss writing romance, writing graphic novels and charitable works that Anne participates in.
Anne shares how Sea Lion Books is taking romance novels and turning them into graphic novels. She talks about the comics and graphic novel world including ComicCon and how she literally ran into Castle/Firefly actor Nathan Fillion.
Find out more about this exciting life and wonderful author as she talks about her life and her books.
Anne Elizabeth’s Bio:
Anne Elizabeth is a published author, comic creator, and the monthly columnist for RT BOOK Reviews on the topic of comics, manga, and graphic novels. She is a former marketing consultant and has a BS in Business and a MS in Communications from Boston University with over a decade and a half in the corporate and private business sectors. As much as she loved the corporate world, she prefers writing, interviews, research, and reader events.
AE is a member of the Author’s Guild; Romance Writers of America; and a regular presenter at the RT BOOK LOVERS Convention. Among her published credits are two Simon & Schuster collections, CARAMEL FLAVA & HONEY FLAVA, and the Highland Press sweet collection, RECIPE FOR LOVE; the Spec Ops Military Anthologies – OPERATION: L.O.V.E.; FOR YOUR HEART ONLY; and HOLIDAY OP. Her graphic novel, PULSE OF POWER, debuted in Fall 2010 via Dynamite Entertainment/Dabel Brothers LLC. Her next graphic novel THE PENDULUM releases at the New York Comic Con in October 2011 via Sea Lion Books.
She enjoys Kenpo, hiking, mountain biking, yoga, Body Rev, painting, and kayaking. Her husband is a retired Navy SEAL, and they are active in the West Coast Navy SEAL community. Her favorite motto is “Passion is the breath of life. Live boldly!” Also, a quote inspired by her grandfather gathers much of her creative advice into one sentence, “Look inside, find the message that is yours to share, and give it to the world.”