Thursday, April 5, 2012

The A-Z Challenge Letter E

E is for Ellis. Ellis James Dalton Smith, Marquess of Haverlane, Earl of Easterly. Brother to William Smith.

Ellis' adventure is found in THE LADY'S FATE. When the young Lady Violet Flowers saves his daughter Jane from almost drowning, Ellis realizes he's found the perfect nanny. However, what he doesn't understand is why the girl reminds him so much of his late wife, Anne, and why he can't control the feelings he has for her.

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    1. Yeah, that's Ellis. Seriously, he's from the Forsyth Saga. Can't remember his name. He's been Ellis to me for so long I can't call him anything else.

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  2. He was also in Band of Brother, his name is Damian Lewis.

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  3. Ahhh. That's what he looks like!

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    1. Probably a thousand times on the blog. I just lurve him.

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  5. I'm not familiar with the real person, but he sounds like a character who would appeal to me. This profile of characters is a great idea, too, Anne. It makes me want to re-evaluate my characters. HMM.

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    1. I think what's been fascinating to me with the process, is that once I find their pictures, the book becomes much easier to write because I can "see" them. Visual aid and all that.

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  6. I still like the Captain best. I'm pretty sure C could whip A,B,D, and E.

    You should add links to your post, to a purchase portal. When I click the picture, it takes me to the picture, which doesn't help at all.


    - Eric

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    1. Wait til you get to "G". Then we'll see who can whip who.

      As for the purchase portal links, those are right there on the sidebar underneath the covers of the books.

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  7. Another tingling romantic hero *sigh*

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    1. Let me just say, this guy kept me up at night. I was so in love with him.

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  8. That's the delicious Damian Lewis - he's currently lighting up our UK TV screens in the brilliant drama 'Homeland'

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    1. I'll have to get it once it gets over here to the states. Loovvveeee him.

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