Author Archives: Elizabeth K. Burton

About Elizabeth K. Burton

I spent my first half-century in various parts of Pennsylvania, and plan to spend the second one here in Austin. The third one is up for grabs—feel free to offer suggestions. I've been a welfare mom, a journalist, a newspaper editor, and an information and referral agent. I finally got to do what I'd dreamed of doing most of my life—write fiction—and have since had four novels (Dreams of Darkness, Shadow of the Scorpion, The Everdark Gate, and The Ugly Princess) and three novellas published.

The Website Is Down

EEEKIn case you dropped by and discovered we’ve been exiled to the dreaded Land of 404, our website is currently being held hostage by the company paid to provide security, with the apparent cooperation of our hosting service. We’ll be moving to a new service in the near future, but in the meantime we’ll be staying in touch here and on our Facebook page.

We have some great new titles coming out in the next few months, so do bookmark us and arrange to get an email when we post something. If you’re thinking of submitting a query about your manuscript, please send it to this temporary address. Do remember we do not publish: children’s picture books, poetry, erotica, general self-help, general memoirs, or political works.

Meantime, if you’re looking for something to read that comes with the danger it could rev up critical thinking, we’ve given one of our backlist a new cover that better reflects the story that comes with it.

Bad Day-i

As is the case with all Zumaya books, you can find Bad Day for the Home Team in paperback and ebook wherever good books are sold. If your local bookstore doesn’t have it, ask them to order it for you.

BAD DAY FOR THE HOME TEAM, by Alex O’Meara, from Zumaya Eclectica; Trade paperback, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-93614-436-5, 252 pp.; Ebook, $5.00, ISBN 978-1-93614-437-2 (Kindle), 978-1-61271-378-6 (epub)




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