Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Elizabeth Ludwig’s first novel, Where the Truth Lies, which she co-authored with Janelle Mowery, was released in spring of 2008 from Heartsong Presents: Mysteries, an imprint of Barbour Publishing. This was followed in 2009 by “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” part of a Christmas anthology collection called Christmas Homecoming, also from Barbour Publishing.

In 2010, Elizabeth’s first full-length historical novel, Love Finds You in Calico, California was released from Summerside Press. Books two and three of her mystery series, Died in the Wool, and Inn Plain Sight, respectively, are slated for release in 2011 from Barbour Publishing.

In 2008, Elizabeth was named the IWA Writer of the Year for her work on Where the Truth Lies. She is the owner and editor of the popular literary blog, The Borrowed Book.

Elizabeth is an accomplished speaker and dramatist, having performed before audiences of 1500 and more. She works fulltime, and currently lives with her husband and two children in Texas.

To learn more about Elizabeth and her work, visit her at

Elizabeth is giving away TWO copies of her books. One lucky winner will receive a copy of books one AND two of the Massachusetts Mayhem series, Died in the Wool and Where the Truth Lies! Be sure to stop by The Borrowed Book on Friday for your chance to win.


  1. You know, I tried. I really tried. . . LOL!

  2. Lisa, your writing is as amazing as your sweet interview skills. Love ya!

  3. Very very funny! (I think my favorite was "does this bookshelf make me look fat?") I could totally see this happening to me, which is why I will avoid doing a video interview at all costs. Of course, you were trying to be funny and that's easier said than actually done, so congrats!
    Congrats also on your success, great reviews, etc. I started writing with you in the "Spyglass" series (writing as K.D. Hays) so it's been fun to follow your success!

  4. Lisa, Love your interview. Congrats on another book release!

  5. KATE! So glad you could stop by. GEORGE WASHINGTON STEPPED HERE was one of my favorite Heartsong Mysteries. :-)

  6. Hi, Cara. Thanks so much for checking out my interview. Can't wait to see you in St. Louis!


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