Elisabeth Storrs has long had a passion for the history, myths and legends of the ancient world.
She graduated from the University of Sydney in Arts Law, majoring in English and having studied Classics. She lives with her husband and two sons in Sydney and over the years has worked as a solicitor, corporate lawyer, senior manager and company secretary.
Elisabeth’s first novel, The Wedding Shroud, is set in early Rome and Etruria, and was researched and written over a period of ten years. She is currently writing the sequel which will be released by Pier 9 / Murdoch Books in 2013.
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Thanks to all for visiting Triclinium and participating in the Australia Day blog hop giveaway. I'm delighted to announce that Sharon has won a Kindle copy of Kate Morton's The Shifting Fog, and ebook editions of M.K. Tod's Unravelled and my own book, The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient…
As a traditionally published author who has found incredible freedom by moving into self-publishing, I've joined the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), an organisation committed to championing the rights of self-published ('indie') authors globally.ALLi is running the Open Up to Indies campaign to encourage and aid literary events, festivals, prizes,…
Aussies celebrate Australia Day this weekend! To give you a chance to share in the celebrations I'm offering the chance to win a Kindle version of Kate Morton’s The Shifting Fog together with an ebook version of The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient Rome in the AUSTRALIA DAY BOOK…