Blog Tour – Liz Cowan

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It gives me great pleasure to host Elizabeth Cowan’s “THE DIONYSUS CONNECTION” BLOG TOUR, today, the 26th of February 2017.

 Elizabeth Cowan  views the world through the prism of laughter. Life is too short to dwell on the negatives. But if you must, season them with a generous sprinkling of sarcasm and humor, and everything will be more bearable.”

She is also a weaver of tales — suspense and romance with a touch of paranormal. “Why paranormal? Whether you choose to accept it or not, we all possess powers beyond the norm. For example, those gut feelings you get—that is a message to pay attention or suffer the consequences”.

Elizabeth Cowan, writing as Liz Cowan  is highlighting “The Dionysus Connection” – a ROMANTIC SUSPENSE NOVEL –  today.

Book Description

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An interrupted after-hours pharmacy robbery results in the murder of a pharmacist and his wife. To catch the brutal killer a respected Dallas detective poses as a male stripper at Club Dionysus.

The investigation links the destinies of their beautiful daughter, Daniela Lawson—intrepid investigative journalist, who believes she could have saved her parents—and sexy, dark-eyed Dallas special detective, Max Fabiani, who harbors an intense dislike for journalists. The underlying animosity between them can’t stop their blazing attraction as Daniela and Max race to catch a killer.Out of control passions reach a flashpoint when Max and Daniela succumb to the desire neither can resist. But the killer is plotting to take Daniela’s life and quench their love – a love ignited by their Dionysus Connection.

Biography

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Liz Cowan was born in Budapest, Hungary; graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in philosophy and a minor in English; and writes a weekly humor column.

Reading and writing have been her favorite pastimes since early childhood. During summer vacations, she checked out huge stacks of books from the library and in a couple of days she returned for more. Her reading preferences run the literary gamut, including fantasy, science fiction, mysteries, romance, biographies, poetry, etc.

With her mind bursting with stories of her own, writing was a natural progression for this bibliophile. Liz and her husband live on several acres in the rolling hills of North Texas on what she dubbed The Funny Farm. “Just enough room to keep the neighbors out of our armpits.”

A graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Philosophy, Liz is a voracious reader, but the need to write cannot be ignored for long. Besides working as a legal assistant by day and plotting new stories at night, she loves working in her flower garden and writes a weekly humor column.

Her published books include:


Fractured Proverbs and Twisted Thoughts”—a humorous take on original and familiar sayings, written as E. Cowan.

Book Description
A sense of humor, twisted or otherwise, makes everything in life more palatable. Sometimes it feels good to say exactly what you think. “Fractured Proverbs and Twisted Thoughts” is just such and indulgence.

https://www.amazon.com/Fractured-Proverbs-Twisted-Thoughts-Cowan/dp/075964702X

And: “The Marathon Man”

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Liz Cowan may be contacted at:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Liz.Cowan.Author

Website: http://elizabethcowan.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/LizCowan4

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The tour sponsored by 4WillsPublishing.wordpress.com

I hope you enjoyed your brief visit!  Please support Liz Cowan throughout her tour and should you feel inclined, remember to READ/COMMENT/FOLLOW
Thank you so much!
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