Elizabeth S. Tyree

Elizabeth Tyree




Elizabeth S. Tyree 

Blog: Here there Be Dragons

Amazon Author Page: Elizabeth S. Tyree

Facebook Page

Who is Elizabeth?

 “I am a mother, an author, a musician, a crafter, a teacher and a seer of dragons! This blog will be focused on sharing my experiences and, hopefully, helping you through book reviews, short articles on family and home life, crafting, and writing, and the occasional off topic ramble just for funsies. Feel free to comment, ask questions, and lurk! Welcome to the Whimsical World of ESTyree!”

Why is Elizabeth here?

LitWorldInterviews.com is always wanting unique voices and professional reviewers and when Colleen Chesebro brought Elizabeth to my attention I read some of her reviews and had to invite her in. As an author and educator she ha the love of the game and the know how.

What will Elizabeth do here?

Sharing her Book Reviews and Interviews will be her main roles. You may contact her through her site regarding Book Review Requests.

“My main genre interests are ficiton, fantasy, fairy tale/folk tale/mythology retellings, teaching, picture books, children’s books, middle grade books, young adult books, mysteries, etc.

I am honestly up for reading just about anything. My typical genres are children’s, middle grade, and young adult because I write my own books in those areas and like to keep up with what is popular at the moment. However, I have no problem reading and reviewing the gamut of items. “

Favorite Quote?

I am hard pressed to choose a favorite quote but one of my favorites is “Everyone wants some magical solution for their problem ad everyone refuses to believe in magic.” The Mad Hatter. 


My hobbies include writing, blogging, reading, adding to my TBR list, playing the flute, crocheting, obsessively watching Netflix or movies while I color (Adult coloring books are AMAZING), and playing with my daughter (who I’m teaching to love the finer things in life, like superheros, comics, and 80s cartoons!). *Side Note* Halloween is my favorite holiday, I love semi-creepy things, and I believe that fairy tales exist somewhere and that’s why we can write them in so many forms and still have them feel relevant today.

 2016 © Copyright-All rights reserved by litworldinterviews.wordpress.com


Share and Spread the Word About These Authors!

%d bloggers like this: