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Ellen Ashe

Ellen Ashe

Three generations crowed into the old farm house where Ellen Ashe spent her youth in Nova Scotia, a house that whispered constantly with the voices of ancestors long buried. Telling ghost stories became more than a hobby--it was simply a part of every day life. After securing degrees in English, History and Elementary Education, Ellen traveled to Thailand to teach, a year of absorbing a culture's somber belief in the spirit world. Her next teaching position took her to London, England, and oddly enough, eventually she ended up in the ancient city of York, reputed to be the most haunted city in all of Europe.

Home again to the eastern Canadian province, she began writing, recounting personal experiences, weaving thin strands of truth into fanciful tales of mythological creatures, spirits, ghosts, demigods and deliciously barbaric men with insatiable desires. The possibilities are endless. So too, is her inherited passion for story telling.

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Series

Books:

The Sorcerer's Mark, April 2006
Trade Size (reprint)
The Mountain Man, March 2006
e-Book
Relic, January 2006
e-Book
Love Not Forgotten, December 2005
e-Book
Lady Outlaws, October 2005
e-Book
Midnight Tryst, September 2005
e-Book
The Sorcerer's Mark, May 2005
e-Book

 

 

 

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