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Elizabeth Amy Hajek (as her in-laws pronounce it: “Hey Jack, get off my lawn!”) is a renaissance woman, both in her love of Tudor England and her vast array of hobbies. After a long period of indecision in which she explored independent filmmaking and learned that English Majors have to dissect too much poetry, she settled down to a life of trying every artistic, culinary, and crafting experience she could get her hands on. In addition to writing about magical folk, she runs a variety of sewing related enterprises. She lives with her husband and their Shih Tzu in Minneapolis, MN.

Letters from readers are happily received at ElizabethAHajek(at)gmail(dot)com, or at her blog, elenatintil.blogspot.com.

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I'm currently rereading "The Lord of the Rings" for the first time in a decade. (I basically overdosed on them in my teens by reading them at least half a dozen times in about four years plus various other Tolkien works and knew them far too well to read again until now).

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