Heather Elizabeth King is a novelist who lives in Virginia and writes paranormal romance.
She’s been a story teller since she can remember. Some of her favorite memories are of telling stories to her girlfriends at slumber parties when she was a pre-teen. Heather is a recipient of numerous book review awards, including:
- The Gold Star Award from Just Erotic Romance Reviews
- A Recommended Read from Fallen Angel Reviews
- The Joyfully Recommended Award from Joyfully Reviewed
- A CAPA Award nomination from The Romance Studio
She is a graduate of the Writer’s Digest class, Focus on the Novel and has been a panelist at the Romantic Times Convention. She’s also given presentations at various paranormal conventions.
Heather is also a musician. She spent ten years playing lead guitar and singing in rock and pop bands in the Baltimore/Washington DC music scene. But you’re just as likely to catch her listening to Disturbed as you are to smooth jazz artist, Kim Waters.
Her claim to fame is playing the ghost of Christmas future in a local production of, A Christmas Carole. While she didn’t actually get to speak, she did get to glower and look menacing.
Outlander – Diana Gabaldon
The Loop – Nicholas Evans
Stitches in Time – Barbara Michaels
The Good House – Tananarive Due
The Vampire Lestat – Anne Rice
Favorite Non-Fiction Title:
Founding Brothers – Joseph J. Ellis
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich – William L. Shirer
Hard Rock and Smooth Jazz
Something’s Gotta Give
While You Were Sleeping
Under a Tuscan Sun
Favorite Television Shows:
Grace and Frankie