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Elysabeth Eldering
  • 62, Female
  • upper state South Carolin
  • United States
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Something About Me and My Book:
Ms. Eldering is an award winning author. Her stories "Train of Clues", "The Proposal", "Tulip Kiss", "Butterfly Halves", and "Zombies Amuck" have placed in a variety of contests. Her story "Bride-and-Seek" was selected for the South Carolina Writers' Workshop (SCWW) anthology, the Petigru Review. Her story "Train of Clues" is the predecessor to the Junior Geography Detective Squad, 50-state, mystery, trivia series. Ms. Eldering makes her home in upper state South Carolina and loves to travel, read, cross stitch and crochet. When she's not busy working her full-time job as a medical transcriptionist or participating in virtual classroom visits, she can be found at various homeschool or book events. Working with the sixth grade class via the internet, Ms. Eldering has been given license to teach the point-of-view lessons, incorporating the fractured fairy tales. She has also done several writing workshops on writing at various homeschool conferences and school librarian conferences.

Elysabeth was asked to create and edit a storyline for the Magazine of Unbelievable Stories (now defunct) with past issues still available through

In 2007, Elysabeth volunteered to judge mid length stories submitted for the Derringers Awards.
Book 1 of the JGDS, 50-state, mystery, trivia series - State of Wilderness

The clues represented on Book 1 are Sacajawea (need to know a little bit of history and background for this one), Appaloosa horse and birds of prey wildlife area (actually need a bit more information about this to know that it is the second largest only to Alaska). Do you think you know the state?

Book 2 of the JGDS, 50-state, mystery, trivia series - State of Quarries

On book 2, we have diamond mines, chalk producer and excavation of the mineral used in aluminum. Come tell me the state if you think you know.

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Covey and other awards (cross posting)

Well it's been a long time since I've been on this forum but life has been kind of crazy of late.

My illustrator submitted my cover for my first book, State of Wilderness, to the Coveys back in August and she got notification last weekend that the cover would be posted this week. So, please everyone, jump over to the… Continue

Posted on January 23, 2009 at 8:47am — 6 Comments

State of Quarries/NaNo

State of Quarries is officially finished (a few minor edits to fix up and resubmit to Vivian) including the teacher's guide. I also have completed State of Wilderness's Teacher's guide as well.

I'm using the word counts from the stories I do this month and the teacher's guides (what I don't copy and paste) towards my 20,000 word count goal for NaNo (November is National Novel Writing Month with an original, preset goal of writing 50,000 words in 30 days - since I do short stories and… Continue

Posted on November 4, 2008 at 12:30pm

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Product Details

Reading level: Ages 9-12

Paperback: 100 pages

Publisher: 4RV Publishing LLC (June 27, 2008)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0979751357

ISBN-13: 978-0979751356

Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.2 inches

Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces

Book 1 of the JGDS, 50-state, mystery… Continue

Posted on July 12, 2008 at 8:33am — 4 Comments

Technology can be a bit of a problem -

It seems blogtalkradio was having some technological issues (not recording or streamlining) so the interview has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 17, at 2 pm central (3 eastern/2 central/1 mountain/12 noon pacific). Hope you all get a chance to come and listen then - E :)

Posted on April 7, 2008 at 2:32pm — 4 Comments

Promo - radio interviews -

Have you been thinking outside the box for ways to promote your books? How about a radio interview? Every genre has someone who does them, I'm sure. I will be doing my first ever interview tomorrow. Here is the info (posted from my blog posting, so from my characters POV). Hope you can come visit and listen - E :)

If you will be around on Monday, April 7, 2008, at 2 p.m. central (3 eastern, 1 mountain and 12 Pacific), come check out… Continue

Posted on April 6, 2008 at 11:43am — 7 Comments

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At 2:22pm on November 4, 2008, Pamela Charlene Walden said…
My PH is by invitation only and I am unable to locate my url, I am having a website built now and I will let you know when it is up. When it is up I will be glad to give it to you.
At 1:19pm on November 4, 2008, Pamela Charlene Walden said…
Thank you Elysabeth for noting I had placed my e-mail address in the website space. I am still learning computer, blog terminology and how to use it appropriately.
At 11:59am on October 25, 2008, Linda L Wagner said…
Thank you Elysabeth for showing me this. I had seen it, but didn't think it would have received a google alert. Is there any way, that I can get posted on your blog about my book?

At 8:11am on October 25, 2008, Linda L Wagner said…
Dear Elysabeth, I received a google alert that mentioned your page and talked about my book, Lady Flatterley. I looked on your page and couldn't find it. Did they make a mistake?

My book was published on 9/19. Had errors on the book from the printing comapny so had to send my books back. What an adventure I have been on. I know have my book showing on Facebook. Now I need to figure out how to do it on my page here. I just wanted you to know that somehow Googld is sending out alerts to your blog about my book.

Google Web Alert for: Lady Flatterley

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The book cover is under the heading "Lady Flatterley". ... If you go to the side and find Lady Flatterley, and click on it, the book cover will come up, ...

Linda Wagner
At 9:40am on July 12, 2008, Linda L Wagner said…
I have read a lot on the self publishing and many of them are goin with POD. I was surprised that the manager at the bookstore said they worked with some of the self publishing companies that were said in this book that were not ood.

I looked at what 4RV is looking for and my book would fall under their guideline, so I will contact them. Thanks for the info. I am lucky that I have an illustrator that lives in my town and I was able to help from inception build the characters. I even designed the main character and helped with coloring. My layout person is here in town also and does the layout on books for other people. Many expenses with making a book and some that could have been avoided if I had done my homework.
At 8:25am on July 12, 2008, Elysabeth Eldering said…
I wish I could see the inside as well. But maybe one day it will be published and I will see the inside. Who did your illustrations? Because most publishers use their own illustrators and most books don't even get sent to a publisher illustrated but hey, you are one step ahead of the game. Good luck. E :)
At 8:19am on July 12, 2008, Linda L Wagner said…
Wish you could see the rest of it. The pictures are so cute. I have 36 pages and the pictures are all in pdf format with bleed still on them so when it is sent to the PH, they will be able to cut off the bleed. Sending them would crash your computer!!!! I keep on hitting the wrong comment button, and it comes back to me. Go figure.
At 6:47am on July 12, 2008, Linda L Wagner said…
I did the only thing I knew how to do. The book cover is under the heading "Lady Flatterley". I know I should make a blog just for that book. My son who is a computer geek is going to try and teach me how to make blogs over the phone this weekend so I can go ahead and try and make one. I really need to change the other one because of the coloring alone. Some people have said it is difficult to read so I need to change to a different template. If you go to the side and find Lady Flatterley, and click on it, the book cover will come up, or click on children's books on top then click on Lady Flatterley You mentioned about making a direct link to the page. That is one of the things that I hope my son will be able to teach me. He was one the one that built my blog. I'm just a nurse that needs to learn all the tricks of this trade. I'm tired of feeling helpless. It's time to learn.
At 5:31am on June 26, 2008, Faye Tollison said…
Hi, E! I love your site. Thanks for your support. I'm excited about your book and wish you luck with it. See you tonight at SinC.
At 12:17pm on April 8, 2008, Beverly J. Thompson said…
Thank you for your quick reply. I will check out My book is at The Open Book in the section New Age. My book is not classified as a "literary classic" because of its contents. However, it will be nice meeting other authors in this area, something I have yet to do. I am sure we will meet.

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