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My New Website!

It’s almost a new year, so I decided to get a jump on making some changes. It’s a more streamlined, clean look so that I can showcase more of what I want to show off: my books!

If you haven’t already, consider signing up for my monthly newsletter. Things are moving forward and I plan to add more books to the two I’ve already published in 2018. It will be the first 2-3 books in my Madison Ridge series. I can’t wait to share these with you. I’ll have cover reveals in the next few months, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, I hope you will check out my two current releases:


Is the thought of finishing a novel in 30 days overwhelming?

Struggling to stay focused on your draft?

After several writing marathons, Eliza Peake understands the challenges of writing a novel in 30 days. But with education and inspiration, it can be done. Using Eliza Peake’s TIE method, 30 Days to “The End” will:

With craft overviews, lifestyle tips, and a sanity kit to help get you started and keep the momentum going.

With short, uplifting pep talks to type those words each and every day so you can reach your goal in a month.

Entertain and stimulate
With creative writing prompts to help break through slow periods that creep in over the next thirty days.

If you’re looking for humor, positivity, and a swift kick to your flagging motivation, Eliza Peake’s inspirational guide to completing a draft in thirty days is a must have.



Love can hurt. Love can heal. Love can be unexpected. Love’s Kaleidoscope is a collection of short stories that explores the all-embracing emotion in its various forms from unconditional love to unexpected passion.

Until We Meet Again:
After the worst year of her life, Kate sells the only house she ever called home. But she can’t bring herself to pack up one box that holds the last pieces of her heart and a connection to unconditional love.

Smooth Sailing:
A billionaire groom whisks his new bride to a private island for some newlywed time. But the honeymoon is over before it begins.

Say Something:
In spite of her fear, Darcy wants her husband to notice her. But will it be too late by the time he really sees her?

Breaking the Girl:
Ansley knew getting too close to Jeremy was forbidden but fell for him anyway. How high of a price will she pay for following her heart?

I Should be Getting Married:
A jilted groom meets a mystery woman and a cold, lonely night heats up fast.


I hope you enjoy these books as much as I enjoyed writing them.

Write freely, love fearlessly, and live intentionally,

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