Ellen C. Maze

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Ellen says, "I'm friendly. I write about vampires and other paranormal critters. I believe in God. I love my readers. My books will creep you out, make you think, and stick in your head a long time."

NEWS FLASH: My Edgy Crossover Christian Horror/Vampire novel RABBIT:CHASING BETH RIDER is the #1 Customer-Ranked Horror novel on Kindle for several weeks now. The Kindle is $.99, the print copy $12.95 -- please go to Amazon and try it out! LINK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084YSCM9D?...

Book 5 - Conundrum - earned THREE 5-STAR RATINGS from Reader's Favorite. It is for mature teens/readers.

THE CORESCU CHRONICLES (Books 1-5) from Little Roni Publishers have garnered 5-star reviews across the board, including SILVER 5-STAR SEALS from Reader's Favori
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Ellen C. Maze Most recently, it became apparent that my characters were quite alive. After all, they have been writing my "Rabbit Saga" by themselves since about te…moreMost recently, it became apparent that my characters were quite alive. After all, they have been writing my "Rabbit Saga" by themselves since about ten thousand words in. Now at a million words later and eight-plus installments, my most recent book is penned by a character ALL BY HIMSELF. I will withhold the title to preserve his privacy and his secret connection to me, but the Rabbit Chasers will know him as soon as his book grows in popularity. He's gotten two glowing reviews and launched yesterday. Isn't the fiction literary world a wonderful adventure?!(less)
Ellen C. Maze (Not my own, but it always gives me chills.)

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(Not my own, but it always gives me chills.)

At midnight, my son called out, "Daddy, there's someone under my bed!" When I got there, from beneath the bed, a child's voice called out, "Daddy, someone's on top of my bed!"(less)
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As far back as I can remember, I enjoyed "Dracula" stories more than any other. 

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“You can't wait around for someone else to make you happy. Make joy in your own heart and go from there.”
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“I know the plans I have for you, and they're all about me. (Rufus says to Chloe)”
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“Following Jesse's wonderful advice I will have to change my quote to:

If have a sense of humour, you'll love my books; if you don't have a sense of humour, please read my books nonetheless--no matter what you have please just read my books.”
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“Staying alive is nice, but you can’t do that forever. It’s how you live the life you have while you have it.”
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“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”
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message 67: by Jeffrey

Jeffrey Crimmel I'm so excited because my book, Brain Bleed was just nominated for the 2017 Readers Choice Awards! Please vote for it at www.tckpublishing.com/readers-choice-.... You can find it and vote under the mystery category. Click on the right arrow above until you reach #10. I am in that category.
I would appreciate the vote and support from all my friends.


message 66: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Eric wrote: "Thanks for becoming my Goodreads friend.
Eric"

Hello Eric! Thank you for the request. It took me a while to accept and I am sorry. I was distracted with other things; you know how that happens. I am looking forward to using GR more these days.
Have a great day,
Ellen


message 65: by Eric

Eric Birk Thanks for becoming my Goodreads friend.
Eric


message 64: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Georges wrote: "....Sweet sweet Ellen thank you for your friendship!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy happy reading!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

You too, -- and I love your enthusiasm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


KJ Shadows Thank you so much!! Hah and feel free to look through my book shelves :) gotta warn ya though my reviews are brutally honest!! I marked your book as to-read. I'll definately check it out looks interesting.

TY for the add!! Keep in touch.
xoxo KJ


message 62: by Rob

Rob Towner Pardon my late reply. Hope you got a chance to read some of my stuff, reading yours now :)


message 61: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Steve wrote: "Hi Ellen! Ditto *smiling* ;)

Right now I'm reading two historical fiction books. But there are only a few genres that I don't read ;)

Thank you for your lovely, smiling, friendship -x-"


I love smiles and I love hugs...
must be the Southern in me :-)
HUGS~~ ellen


message 60: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Lisa wrote: "Hey, Ellen, and Kevin - I'm editing Other Sheep at Written World communications now. If you guys can come up with short sci/fi, steampunk, horror or fantasy, I'd love to have you.
Also--advertising..."


Thank you, Lisa! I will see what I can do! :-) Yay!


message 59: by Lisa

Lisa Hey, Ellen, and Kevin - I'm editing Other Sheep at Written World communications now. If you guys can come up with short sci/fi, steampunk, horror or fantasy, I'd love to have you.
Also--advertising rates in the mag are really, really reasonable.


Steve Hi Ellen! Ditto *smiling* ;)

Right now I'm reading two historical fiction books. But there are only a few genres that I don't read ;)

Thank you for your lovely, smiling, friendship -x-


message 57: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Gary wrote: "Best wishes to you Ellen and hope for all your dreams come true."

Thank you, Gary!!! Right back at ya, my friend :-)


message 56: by Gary

Gary Revel Best wishes to you Ellen and hope for all your dreams come true.


message 55: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Lisa wrote: "Thanks so much for friending me, Ellen. :) Love the horse in your profile pic! My daughters and I will love your vampire books. lol. They love anything vampirish. Are the books adult or young adul..."

Funny that I'm just seeing this July 24th. I am SLOW this weekend! Please let me know how the family likes the book(s). They are suitable for 13+ with vampire violence, but no explicit sex or bad language. Very intense, just the same!

Thank you, Lisa!!


message 54: by Lisa

Lisa Alexander-Griffin Thanks so much for friending me, Ellen. :) Love the horse in your profile pic! My daughters and I will love your vampire books. lol. They love anything vampirish. Are the books adult or young adult? I have a daughter thirty something, and one thirteen. lol.


message 53: by Dorlana

Dorlana Hi Ellen!
Nice to meet you, too. Thanks for accepting my friend request. Have a great night!
Dorlana :)


message 52: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Super. I went over and liked your page. I was running a group on FB before they changed the groups and we had 875 people! But when they changed the group format, it just wasn't as fun. I mush prefer these "like" pages. Plus, instead of hundreds of people who don't really care about my books, I am down to the ones who respond regularly and encourage me. I can see your page has encouragers, too. I love it! Here is my link:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Allie-B...


message 51: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Allie wrote: "Thanks, Ellen! I'm intrigued by your books, and really excited to read them. Thanks for the add on my series. I hope you enjoy the books."

Cool beans! We can encourage each other along the way. If you're on facebook, let me know. I use facebook for tons of promotion, and my readers love that venue...


message 50: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Haresh wrote: "Hi Ellen,

Thanks for your friendship. I am really interested in reading your book :) I am a big horror fan and will definitely go get your book :)"


Thank you, Haresh! I hope we get to chat often!


message 49: by Haresh

Haresh Daswani Hi Ellen,

Thanks for your friendship. I am really interested in reading your book :) I am a big horror fan and will definitely go get your book :)


message 48: by Asa

Asa Don Brown Ellen, thank you for your kind remarks. I will look forward to hearing your thoughts on my latest book, WAITING TO LIVE.

Again, thank you.

Warm Regards,

Asa


message 47: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Sheneise wrote: "Hi, Ellen,

Nice to meet you. I, too, believe in God and love anything paranormal, so we definitely have a lot in common.Vampire books from a biblical perspective... sounds intriguing.

I like ..."


Awesome, Sheneise. You and I have a lot in common! Thank you so much for your encouraging words!!
:-)


Mitchell Cook Hi, Ellen!

I'm going to have to check out your books now! :) It might take me a bit. I just got a Kindle two days ago and I've been spending money like crazy on books. I've probably bought 10 or 12 zombie novels, 6 or 8 fantasy books and one vampire book. I guess I know where I can get more vampire books now. :)

If you do get around to reading my zombie novel - let me know what you think. It's my first novel and I'd like to know what you think (good or bad).

Thanks - talk soon!


message 45: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Emily wrote: "Hey Ellen,
It means so much to me that you have checked out my book. When you get a chance to read it I can't wait to hear what you think. I have been looking at your books and I am excited to re..."


Oh, I definitely want to see what you created! I am reading three others, but this is in the queue. If you actually get to read one of mine, let me know. I hope it isn't too scary... :)


message 44: by Emily

Emily Lear Hey Ellen,
It means so much to me that you have checked out my book. When you get a chance to read it I can't wait to hear what you think. I have been looking at your books and I am excited to read them, and a little scared to be creaked out. I'm going to go start one now.

Thank you,
Em


message 43: by Grace

Grace Elliot Good luck with your books Ellen. I have been reading your blog posts about marketting and it spurred me on to convince my publisher to change the price of A Dead Man's Debt from $9.20 to $2.99. Despite great reviews it seems people are reluctant to take a risk on an unknown author. It is already helping sales ....Thanks for all you share with the book world.
Grace x


message 42: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for your reply, and I'm definitely going to check out your books, Ellen. And, yes, there is a Kindle e-book version of Forbidden Steps. The direct link is below. I think you'll find my novel to be a very unusual murder mystery...certainly not the norm. Be sure to read the reviews by scrolling down. All awesome and all 5 stars. Now I'm off to view the link you sent me. Have a terrific night, Ed

http://www.amazon.com/FORBIDDEN-STEPS...


message 41: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, Ellen. You seem like an interesting person, as well as a very prolific and accomplished author, so feel free to tell me more about yourself and perhaps we can grow to become even greater friends. I, myself, am a singer/songwriter/actor who has recently turned author. My 2 top ten recordings were CONCRETE & CLAY (as a singer) and NAVY BLUE (as a writer)...both in the early 1960's. My first novel is a very unusual murder mystery entitled: FORBIDDEN STEPS.

Regards, and have a great day, Ed

http://www.edrambeau.com


message 40: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Amy Louise wrote: "Hello Ellen! =]"

HI AMY! Thank you connecting with me!! Let's go read something... :-) (or, write something. I'm working on the final edits of Book Two of my Corescu Chronicles. Talk about fun!)
Book one: The Judging The Corescu Chronicles Book One by Ellen C. Maze
Have fun!!!


message 39: by Louise

Louise Hello Ellen! =]


message 38: by Josh

Josh Stallings Hi Ellen, good to see another writer slugging it out. I lookforward to reading your work.


message 37: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Helbin wrote: "Thanks for the friend invite! I look forward to reading your art !! :)"

Hi Helbin, thank you! :-)


message 36: by Helbin

Helbin Thanks for the friend invite! I look forward to reading your art !! :)


message 35: by Ellen

Ellen Maze William wrote: "You welcome, and the book is amazing so far! :D"

Music to my ears! THANK YOU, William! :-)


message 34: by William

William Rains You welcome, and the book is amazing so far! :D


message 33: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Lady Danielle "The Book Huntress" wrote: "Hi Ellen. Thanks for the friendvite."

Thank you for accepting! Now we're best pals !!


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Hi Ellen. Thanks for the friendvite.


message 31: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Karen wrote: "Just became a fan. I hope I can write as many books as you have written. I'm finishing up on book 2, Prince Andy and the Misfits: Epidemic in the Dark Lands and have book 3 in my head already. See ..."

Thank you, Karen! I probably already clicked FAN on your page but I'll go make sure. I LOVE to encourage my writing friends. Remind me -- are your books YA or Middle Grade, or adults? I hope to read the first one soon!

As for my books and having 4 out -- it is thanks to my publisher. When I self-pubbed my first book, it was so expensive that I would have had to stop there. But Linda Boulanger at TreasureLine Publishing really liked my work and now publishes it all and FAST. If you ever have a need for a publisher, I might be able to help you submit to them!

Hugs, ellen


message 30: by Karen

Karen Gammons Just became a fan. I hope I can write as many books as you have written. I'm finishing up on book 2, Prince Andy and the Misfits: Epidemic in the Dark Lands and have book 3 in my head already. See you around goodreads and good luck with books.
Karen Gammons


message 29: by Maria

Maria Hi Ellen, thanks for the friend request. So pleased to hear you enjoyed The Safety Factor. I'd love to be able to say I co-authored it, but I was just one of the editors. I enjoyed those books too :) Great to be friends here, and thanks for joining Bestsellerbound!


message 28: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Rebecca wrote: "Hey Ellen,
how is it going? Hey I just finally got a kindle!!! ( think I told you how much I wanted one) my dad surprised me and had it sent to me.. what a shock.. to open a amazon box ( thought i..."


HEY! CONGRATS ON THE KINDLE~!! You're going to have a blast with it!! I don't have one, but one day...

Yes, 33AD was very good. I really enjoyed it a lot. I am trying to think of some recommends, but the first one I can think of that I really enjoyed isn't on Kindle yet. Here is a link so you can put on your to-read shelf on Goodreads: After Eventide

I'm sorry my Kindle book was higher. I think I have it set at $7.99, and it was my first book and I was learning the ropes. I am putting them all on Kindle as they come out, and I'll price them better. I'm thinking about $5.75 sounds good.

HOLD OFF buying Rabbit on Kindle because by next month, I will have it cheaper on Kindle, coming from a different publisher. It will be better, too... cheaper and better...can't beat that!

When my other books trickle out on Kindle, I'll send you a notice through Goodreads so you can put them on your shelves to buy whenever ready. One thing I love about Goodreads is that they keep track of the books I want to get eventually!

Get to reading!!

Hugs--ellen :)


message 27: by Rebecca

Rebecca Hey Ellen,
how is it going? Hey I just finally got a kindle!!! ( think I told you how much I wanted one) my dad surprised me and had it sent to me.. what a shock.. to open a amazon box ( thought it was a book I had ordered but it was used so I was pretty confused lol) then I open it and there is a kindle in the box! I knew it had to be him so I emailed him and he said since Id been so down all spring and summer he wanted me to be happy.. really surprised me..so I was looking at my lists and saw that the book 33 AD was only a few bucks for the kindle version.. and saw you also read and reviewed it...then I went to get rabbit but it was like 7.50 or something..so next month when I get paid or sell a new resin sculpture I'll get yours next.. I also ordered a book called the blood that bonds. it was only 99 cents.. have you read that one yet? I found it when I was surfing amazon after i got the kindle.. was searching for really cheap but newer or popular books.. did you know you can get email on your kindle? and all recipes has a kindle friendly site.. ( I use them alot when I cook.. which isn't that often anymore but still sometimes! now i don't have to put my laptop in the kitchen! lol) so. I still have a large stack of books next to my bed to read so I'll kind of getting a few ready to reading the kindle.. and yours will be there soon! .. just need to make more money.. . read anything really good lately? I just read an old one by chelsey quinn yarbouro about st germain in the 14th century.. was ok but not very vampiry..lol am now reading the 3rd in a series about vampires.. call themselves the blood. as in clan of.. anyways.. Im looking forward to reading the 33ad.. and yours soon! take care!
Rebecca Turner


message 26: by Lisa

Lisa See Hello to you in Alabama from me in Los Angeles at 12:30 a.m. (Can't sleep.)Happy to have you as a Goodreads friend.


message 25: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Sandy wrote: "Hi Ellen! Thanks for your interest in my novel. I wish I could say I'm into vampires. I couldn't even push myself to read Ann Rice. Any-who - I'm still fascinated with your adventures as an author...."

Thanks, Sandy! Me too!! :-D


message 24: by Sandy

Sandy Bell Hi Ellen! Thanks for your interest in my novel. I wish I could say I'm into vampires. I couldn't even push myself to read Ann Rice. Any-who - I'm still fascinated with your adventures as an author. I look forward to following you. Best wishes, Sandy


message 23: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Johnathan wrote: "well miss Ellen I am a poem writer and a short story writer (most of the time) but my work really is in poetry I wrote about 30+ poems and I want to publish it, my teachers and friends tell me I sh..."

That sounds awesome, Johnathan! I know a few teen poets, and it takes real heart to write them.

As soon as you can, buy this book -- http://www.amazon.com/2010-Poets-Mark...
It might be in the local big bookstore chain. It will be filled with helpful information on HOW TO GET YOUR POETRY PUBLISHED, and how to submit it and where, and all the addresses and all that. I use these books myself!


Johnathan well miss Ellen I am a poem writer and a short story writer (most of the time) but my work really is in poetry I wrote about 30+ poems and I want to publish it, my teachers and friends tell me I should do it, and I want to, my poetry goes from love to hate from hate to friends and back to love. Emotions are my best work.


message 21: by Ellen

Ellen Maze Fhalin wrote: "I ♥ you, Ellen :)
The book is awesome! :D"


@Fhalin -- THANK YOU :-D ! How far have you read?


message 20: by Fhal

Fhal I ♥ you, Ellen :)
The book is awesome! :D


message 19: by Adele

Adele Thanks for the Friend Request Ellen. I look forward to chatting with you more about books.... 27 books huh.... WOW That's a lot. Hopefully we can make that more!!


message 18: by Sashana

Sashana Thanks for the friend request Ellen.


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