Elizabeth Bass has taken a writing journey through genre fiction, but never expected to pen a story based on her own life.

Under the name Liz Ireland, she began her writing career in 1995 by writing series (or category) romances.She made her move into full-length novels in the early 2000s writing in various fiction genres, including fantasy and chick lit. Her 2005 release, How I Stole Her Husband was a Top Pick for the month of March. RT Reviewer Donna Carter raved, "great pacing, characters and some nifty twists make this a winner."

Shortly thereafter Bass changed direction again. Co-writing with her sister, the pair created historicals as Alexandra Bassett. RT Senior Historical Reviewer Kathe Robin called 2006's My Favorite Marquess "an adventure romance tinged with just the right amount of humor and passion."

Now, using Elizabeth Bass, the author has set out to capture the hearts and minds of mainstream readers. With May's Miss You Most of All Bass creates a work of fiction that "is sad, touching and silly in turn," according to RT Reviewer M.H. Morrison.

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