About Me

FB cover all booksHi, Everyone! My name is Elyse and I’m a little bit of everything. I’m a mom of twins, a wife, an author, a salesperson, a cook, an attempted gardener, a bootcamp fan and even a 1st Dan Black Belt (though please don’t ask me if I can beat someone up – I hope I never have to find out).

I wrote this website because I wanted to share my musings on being an “Everywoman” and how to do it all. Or, at the very least try.

One of my great accomplishments at this time, besides my amazing children, is getting that black belt and then getting my novels written and out in the world. I have none books in market right now, six of them parts of a series. FLYING TO THE LIGHT and FLYING TO THE FIRE are young adult novels about a deaf boy who knows about the afterlife.

My adult contemporary thrillers take us to a whole different level. THE HUNT FOR XANADU is about a young girl on a quest for revenge to find the murderers of her parents. It’s steeped in Tibetan spiritual mysteries. The sequel, THE QUEST OF THE EMPTY TOMB moves us from Tibet to Egypt and takes on the Egyptian Star Gods.

If Horror is your thing, check out THE MANNEQUINS – guaranteed to creep you out for a few nights, or my Horror Anthology RICKET ROW. The Mannequins

And finally, my two dark fantasy books will appeal to teens and adults, THE WORLD OF KAROV and THE RUBY AMULET deal with alternate dimensions and a pervading evil spreading through the universe.

I would love to hear from everyone. – Please feel free to contact me here: http://www.elysesalpeter.com/contact.html


6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Love the blog Lyse. I was totally impressed seeing your name as an author on Amazon. The book kept my interest and was very easy reading. Awaiting your next novel. I guess I am a bit of everything myself. Teacher,gardener,mom, grandma and caregiver to many. My main worry right now is my oldest Shepard-who is over 9 years old and failing fast. Had 3 major traumas in the past 18 months including a life saving surgery for her stomach turning. When do you call it over for a dog you have had for more than 9 years? She cannot eat without having it come out one of 2 ways. Really OK for the carpet cleaners-but not for my in house family that includes an 18 month old granddaughter. Such a difficult decision. Anyway-always good to talk at you cousin!!!!

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