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Elizabeth Isaacs

Elizabeth Isaacs
BIOGRAPHY

Elizabeth is an author, teacher, and publishing professional who began her career as a national presenter for Resource Profiles, where she developed teacher seminars designed to foster creative brain stimulation. Moving into formal education, she helped at-risk students improve their writing skills as well as created and implemented an innovative writing/blogging program that centered on teaching the 21st-century learner. Works stemming from this initiative were published online and seen in over 40 countries.

Elizabeth receives invitations to speak nationwide at schools and book clubs about Young Adult (YA) content and writing. She runs the popular Facebook group, Writer's, Etc., which helps bridge the gap between the publishing and the film industries. Elizabeth has a Master's degree from Austin Peay State University, where she was trained in classical opera. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.

Her newest work, "The Scythian Trials," was a finalist in the International Book Awards and received a silver medal from Nashville's Falchion awards.
"The Light of Asteria" received Honorable Mention at the New York Book Festival.

Elizabeth Isaacs Books

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The Scythian Trialsby Elizabeth IsaacsPublish: Oct 22, 2018Series: The Scythian SeriesFantasy
The Heart of the Ancients: Kailmeyra's Redemption (Kailmeyra, #3)
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The Secret of the Keepers
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The Secret of the Keepersby Elizabeth Isaacs
The Light of Asteria
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The Light of Asteriaby Elizabeth Isaacs

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      • Elizabeth Isaacs Elizabeth Isaacs 3 months ago
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      • There are so many elements of writing that must work together for a story to be at its best. That being said, for me, the essential part of bringing a story to life is character development. Showing the human condition--love, hate, joy, sorry, struggles, triumphs, etc.--this is the common thread that binds us together, no matter where we come from or what we believe. It's why stories can change the way we perceive the world--it's just that powerful.
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