About Elise Manion
Elise, her husband of two and a half decades, and Franklin the weenie dog, are recent empty-nesters living in northern Nevada. She used to live with her adult son and an aspiring rock star they found living in his car. With so many males in the house, Elise developed a passion for reading and writing romance fiction.
Under the guidance of her publisher, BHC Press, Elise has written two novels in her King Brothers trilogy and a short story for the anthology A Winter's Romance. She is currently working on Josh's Challenge, the third installment in the KB trilogy and a paranormal romance that keeps invading her nightmares.
You can find Elise on the normal social media haunts like Facebook, and Twitter, but she prefers Instagram, and has recently become addicted to SnapChat. You can also read more about Elise on her Blog and at BHCPress.com.
I collected Holiday Barbies between 1996 and 2012. I had to quit because I ran out of shelf space.
I love the movie Brooklyn.
I am bummed that the Vampire Diaries is ending, but I'm excited to find out where The Originals is going to take us!
My taste in music is quite eclectic. My iPod contains everything from Avenged Sevenfold to The Band Perry to Casting Crowns to Stevie Nicks...and everything in between. This is one reason my stories contain hidden song lyrics.
My Man and I don't have normal conversations. We speak in 80s movie quotes. For example, if he's driving too close to another car and I point it out, he will say, "Rubbins racin', son." (Days of Thunder) Or, if I ask for money and he hands me the coins from his pocket, I'll ask, "Seven cents, Vern?" (Stand By Me) Our script is endless.
We watch football in our house, specifically The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Oakland Raiders. This is sacrosanct. That being said, I have beaten the pants off My Man in the past three college football bowl pools. Heh-heh-heh. He hates losing to a girl!
My Man is my world.
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