My name is Elaine Jeremiah and I’m a writer. I live in Bristol, UK. I have enjoyed writing since a very young age. I’ve written all sorts of things – many short stories and a few novels. I’ve experimented with genre and also with my target audience. I’ve written stories aimed at children and teenagers as well as adults. My stories and novels range from fantasy to contemporary romance. Over the years, as I’ve spent more and more time writing, I’ve found that my writing has improved and I’ve grown as a writer. I’m gradually figuring out which genre I want to write in and what I’m really passionate about as a writer.

But it’s only been in recent years that I’ve sought to be published. I decided to try self-publishing, as I felt that way I would be able to reach potential readers more quickly. In September 2013 I self-published my first novel, The Inheritance. Then less than a year later I published my second, Reunion of the Heart. I’m currently working on a third novel, Teaching Mr Leavis, which I hope to self-publish soon.

I set up this blog in March 2012 with the aim of publicizing my work and also to connect with other writers. I’ve found the international community of independent authors to be so friendly, helpful and supportive and I’m so thankful to be a part of that. I blog about my experiences as an author, but also a little about my life and what inspires me. I hope that my blogging inspires other authors to try something new with their writing, so that they can improve and grow as writers.

Contact me:

Email: elaine (dot) jeremiah (at) gmail (dot) com

Twitter: @ElaineJeremiah

Facebook: Elaine Jeremiah – Author

Goodreads: Elaine Jeremiah


24 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Briana. I write a lot of different stuff, but at the moment it’s mainly women’s fiction. Basically though I write about what I want to write about. And yes , I would love to take part in your author interview. Let me know when. 🙂


    • Yes that would be fab. I have a friend in Bristol called Kate Frost who I met through Twitter. She takes part in the weekly blog hops ‘WIPpet Wednesday’ and ‘Thursday’s Children’. So maybe we could all meet up somewhere. We’ll have to arrange something. 🙂


      • Definitely – that would be brilliant! It’s quite a lonely world being an author and it would be great to meet and chat to some like minded people. I am in Calne, nr Chippenham so can easily get to Bristol. Perhaps you could chat to her and let me know? May be easier to email? Mine is jadereyner@hotmail.co.uk . 🙂


  2. Hey Elaine..thank you for dropping by and for giving me an opportunity to read your blog..Am I glad I did…have followed you back..looking forward to a great interaction….All the best with all your books! Cheers, Nishi


  3. Hello,
    Thanks for liking the Luccia gray interview on my site. Just followed you on Twitter and thought I might make you a proposal if you are interested in one. Really like that cover on The Inheritance.
    Much Respect


  4. Hey Elaine, Melissa here, thanks for following my blog and thanks for your magnificent posts. I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger and the Real Neat Blog Awards. I do hope you’ll accept them. Check out my post, Playing it Forward for all the details, and have a wonderful week!


    • Hi Melissa, thanks for your comment, sorry it’s taken me a while to reply. I started a new job recently and it’s taking me a while to get used to the new routine and find the energy to devote to blogging and writing etc.

      But I very much appreciate your interest in my blog and I will certainly take a look at these blogger awards. I’m glad you appreciate my posts – that’s good to know.

      I hope your week is lovely too.

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