Elle Klass Bio:
Elle was born into this world in Redwood City, California and spent her childhood growing up in the fabulous San Francisco Bay Area. She is an avid San Francisco Forty Niners fan. She has raised two beautiful daughters, and currently resides in Florida. For fun she reads, spends time at the beach, travels, and enjoys time with her favorite friends, and family. She is a night-owl known to be a hermit during rainy days, as she has a love for sun, and is mostly found poolside over the hot, humid summer months.
As Snow Falls
It is the 20th century in California and the main character, a woman, has lived her life to the fullest. Nestled in her favorite spot during a snow storm she recalls the events of her life from her earliest memories of resisting birth and losing that futile battle to finding her true love and their beautiful family. There are monkey wrenches thrown in at every turn as she struggles to find her place; demonic teachers, cliquish students, her nightmare job, a love lost, and an earthquake that threatens her family. Life continues to dismay her until she can’t take it anymore and sets off on a journey. She is a lost soul with no destination, a wandering heart until something happens, something so incredible she could have never imagined it! Through her harrowing and dark story she finds light, justice and true love. She is a humble and lovable character who is quite ordinarily extraordinary. Her story is anyone’s story.
Jacob had grown into a very handsome young man. The girls adored him. He was quite a lady’s man from an early age. Having an older sister, he was used to the attention he received from her and her friends. They always thought he was adorable, and they mooned all over him. When he was twelve, one of Natalie’s friends, a cute blond girl with bright blue eyes, fair skin, and rosy cheeks, had the biggest crush on him. He had a crush on her as well. He wasn’t shy around girls at all, and when they flirted with him he flirted back. Anyway, Nikki found him and the girl kissing in the backyard one Saturday afternoon. As Reese tells it, Nikki went white as a sheet, her eyes rolled up into her head, and she almost fainted. He had to catch her to keep her from hitting the ground. He thought it was hilarious, but Nikki kept a very close eye on Jacob after that. I don’t think she let him out of her sight for more than thirty seconds at a time. He was a very good-looking boy and charming, and the girls couldn’t keep their hands off him. They chased him everywhere. I knew one day, when he found the right girl, she wouldn’t be chasing him. He would be chasing her.
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and her is the interview 🙂 :
Questions and ©2014 by
Jane Peskara/Audrey Valentine,
answered by Elle Klass
Q: How old are you? Where are you from?
A: I don’t like to give away my exact age but I have two grown daughters. I am from the San Francisco bay area, California. I am now transplanted in Florida.
Q: You are a writer. When did u realize, writing is what you want to do?
A: I’ve always had a creative mind.
My sisters and I used to make up crazy stories together.
Both my younger sister Terri Klaes Harper and myself are authors. Crazy huh?
When I got my first computer way back in college is when I really started writing.
I can type quickly, even though I learned using the hunt and peck method. My fingers can almost catch my brain.
Q: What are you writing about?
A: Currently, I just finished editing Baby Girl Book 3 which will be released mid July.
Over the next few weeks I’ll be going over the edits for Eye of The Storm getting it ready for release in October. In November I plan on participating in NaNoWriMo again. I just haven’t decided which story to go with. I will either write the sequel to Eye of The Storm or maybe finish Baby Girl Book 4 unless of course I’ve already done so.
Q: Can you tell us a bit about your book/s?
A: As Snow falls was my first published Novel. It’s about a woman, Storm, as she passes through life.
It’s what I call a fictional memoir.
She learns through trial and error as we all do what love truly is.
Baby Girl my short story series is about a young girl, Cleo, who is abandoned by her mother at 12. She faces survival issues, is hunted down, and finally seeks to know what happened to her mom and the answers behind her existence which she discovers in book 4.
Eye of The Storm is a humorous suspense thriller about two women whose lives intertwine in a deadly manner.
Q: What do you want to achieve with your writing?
A: I like to entertain people and yes, I hope one day to quit my day job and write full time. Balancing my writing passion with a full time job is overwhelming at times.
Q: Do you have any idols?
A: I do have an idol, Jerry Rice, retired wide receiver for the San Francisco Forty Niners. He could catch any ball with ease and grace, probably still can. His dedication and hard work always present, and I love his humble personality. If I could meet anyone famous he would be the guy.
Q: Do you like to read? If so, have you any favorite authors or Genres? Or something you absolutely don’t want to read?
A: I love to read and I’m not genre specific. I like a great story that is well written, mostly fiction.
About two years ago I discovered indie authors and now they are all I read. I could name so many good ones.
My kindle reader is full of great indies and authors who publish with small publishing houses such as John Reinhard Dizon, Marcha Fox, John Tucker, P.S. Winn, Lilo Abernathy, Clarrissa Lee Moon, just to name a few.
Q: Is there something important you want the readers to know about you?
A: I’m a stubborn, determined person, but also a free spirit.
I believe there is nothing in life I can’t accomplish if I set my mind to it. My dreams are meant to be my realities.
Q: What are your plans for the future (as writer and private)?
A: For the future, I plan on writing full time and living on the beach. The ocean is a huge inspiration for me. The breezes and pounding surf bring on my creative energy.
Jane/Audrey: Thank you Elle , it was a pleasure to interview you, wish you all the best for the future.
Elle: Thank you for having me.