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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Tuesday Spotlight: Eliza March/Elizabeth Marchat

Author, Elizabeth Marchat

My book is out under the name of Elizabeth Marchat. Because it’s a departure from my other books, I believe the change in name will differentiate this release from my other books. Across A Crowded Room (the lengthy titles should be a dead give-away that it’s still me writing them) is a sexy romantic suspense novel about a reunion romance between former lovers that borders on a love triangle.

In my former business life, there was no way I could promote myself as a writer since I was writing extreme erotic romance. So when I wrote this book, although it’s very sensual and sexy, the explicit sex isn’t as detailed as it is in my erotic books, it presented a new dilemma for me. Should I take a chance disappointing my erotic fans who have come to expect a certain level of eroticism from my stories, or do I start all over again writing for new fans?
Well, if my fans are anything like me, they’re avid fans of books of all genres. What I didn’t want was someone picking it up and expecting a certain level of sexuality that wasn’t there and being disappointed. With a new name and a new genre, I hope I’ve solved the problem. I’m ready to write the next romantic suspense, and I’ve had a few readers demanding a story about Cade or Mosel. Both men would do a follow up story justice. They’re both yummy.

Ever since I could read, the written word has captivated me. I’ve worked in libraries, written for newspapers, done copy edits, magazine copy and screenplays, but the one thing that always intrigues me is choosing just the right word to express myself.

I write romantic suspense under the name ELIZABETH MARCHAT and erotic romance as ELIZA MARCH. Across A Crowded Room is my first book under the Elizabeth Marchat pseudonym, but not the last. The second romantic suspense the readers are asking for should be done before the first of the year and out shortly afterwards. To prevent boredom from setting in, I keep my hands in several pots at the same time. Perhaps the characters in my head satisfy my needs to be and do all the things I don't have time for, or wouldn't dare to do. Or would I?

Eliza’s been busy with recent releases of The Moon, The Madness, and The Magic, a sequel to the first book in The Enchanted Mountain series, The Lion, The Leopard, and The Wolf and now her contemporary erotic romance, More Than A Stud which should be available next month. All my books are available at the publishers’ buy sites and at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, some in both ebook and print format. I love hearing from both readers and other authors so stay in touch.


Anonymous said...

For a great story, I will read anything written by a favorite author.

Julianne said...

I can go either way with an author--for instance I've read Nora Roberts, but not the J.D. Robb books, yet. But I do tend to read a writer's entire works if I can--not always successful, but I try. :)

Lorelei Confer said...

Loved the book. It was one of those that captures your interest on the first page and won't let you put it down till it ends. Can't wait for the sequel.

Eliza March [Elizabeth Marchat] said...

If I read an author I like, I also want to read everything h/s wrote and I'm disappointed that I read faster than they can write. BG