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  • The Actress

    "Sims' wry commentary on life in Hollywood is dead-on."

    Publishers Weekly
  • The Extra

    "an intelligent thriller."

    —Jay Strafford Richmond Times-Dispach
  • On Location

    "You just have to love Rita."

    Kirkus Reviews
  • The Actress

    "Intricate and surprising, this is a gripping read."

    —Kristine Huntley Booklist
  • The Extra

    "The two leads, Rita and George, are engaging and believable."

    —Hallie Ephron Boston Globe
  • On Location

    "Sims orchestrates the action--and occasional comic relief--for maximum impact."

    Publishers Weekly
  • The Actress

    "A page-turner from stem to stern!"

    Kirkus Reviews
  • The Extra

    "Goes down easy, like a perfect cup of coffee."

    Crimespree Magazine
  • On Location

    "A fast-paced, atmospheric mystery. Sims shines."

    —Melinda Bargreen The Seattle Times
  • The Actress

    "The fascination will keep you up late."

    —Jay Strafford Richmond Times-Dispach
  • The Extra

    "An engaging thriller."

    —Harriet Klausner
  • On Location

    "As smart as it is compelling."

    —Michele Leber Booklist
  • The Actress

    "Sims has a well-plotted and engaging winner here."

    —Melinda Bargreen The Seattle Times
  • The Extra

    "...and a lost beagle."

    Kirkus Reviews
  • On Location

    "Heart-pounding and page-turning."

    —Jay Strafford Richmond Times-Dispach
  • The Actress

    "Exhilarating! Elizabeth Sims provides a fascinating tale."

    —Harriet Klausner
  • The Extra

    "Brisk prose, facile storytelling, engaging characters."

    —Michele Leber Booklist
  • On Location

    "Rita's best role to date."

    —Lynne F. Maxwell Mystery Scene
  • The Actress

    "Rita is a strong and believable voice."

    —Roberta Alexander The Mercury News
  • The Extra

    "A perfect blend of mystery, comedy and romance."

    —Rosa St.Claire Miami Books Examiner
  • On Location

    "A fabulous novel."

    —Harriet Klausner
  • The Actress

    "A veteran mystery writer with a crackerjack tale."

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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Peter Frickel
Listening to you helped. I have just published two books on Amazon/Kindle: "Lotha and the Three Crosses", "My Frog Sings". A big thank you. Peter Frickel
June 18,2012


Elizabeth replies   Peter!! I'm so glad I was helpful to you. Thanks for letting me know. Congratulations on your publications!!! XOXO

Susan Hawthorne
HI Elizabeth, I just read your article, "7 Simple Ways to make a Good Story Great", in Writer's Digest. Boy did those tips reverberate with me! Thanks so much!
February 18,2012 - Lafayette, Indiana


Elizabeth replies   Susan, how good of you to stop by and tell me that. I hope your writing goes great!

Shannon Taylor @ A Mom's Year
Dear Elizabeth, I just wanted to stop by and say how much I enjoyed your article in Writer's Digest about fan conferences. I had never thought of attending one, but you gave such specific advice on how it could be helpful that I'm going to start gathering information and see if there are any coming up in my area.

You've also made me want to buy one of your books because how could I not enjoy anything written by someone who could think so fast on her feet and come up with that great (and very kind) line about getting taken out to dinner. Thank you for being so human and accessible!
September 12,2011 - Wisconsin


Elizabeth replies   Shannon, thanks for coming by. Your message is a real day-maker! If you get to a fan conference, let me know how it goes, OK?

Marilyn Mott and Sandy
Best wishes on your latest book.
Good Luck we are so happy for you.
August 5,2010 - Westlake, Ohio -


Elizabeth replies   Hey gals, thanks very much! Love to you both.

Wendy Percival
Hi Elizabeth - As a subscriber to Writer's Digest's e-newsletter I've just read your piece on "handselling your book" and it made me laugh - mainly because I am that hopeless-sales-person that you obviously understand very well! I've had a mystery published and am currently writing another. it doesn't get any easier does it?? Or perhaps it does for you! Anyway, I shall take all your suggestions on board when/if this one gets published and I find myself with a pile of my books to sell! I've reserved a copy of Damn Straight (the only one of yours they have!) from my local library so I look forward to reading it. Do you get a 'lending fee' over there for a library copy borrowed in the States as we do here in the UK? It's called the Public Lending Rights scheme. Welcome (if small) payment comes in once a year. very handy!

Kind regards, all the best.
Wendy
June 8,2010 - Devon, UK.


Elizabeth replies   Wendy, congratulations on your books, and thanks for stopping by. Glad you like the article! And gosh, I've never heard of the UK's lending fee. We have no such thing in this country, but I wish we did. Best back to you.

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