I’m Elizabeth Fountain, an author living in a small town in central Washington state. I write science fiction, fantasy, and adventure stories that capture the delight and unintentional humor of everyday life, told through the eyes of aliens and angels, Death and dogs. My philosophy of writing (and life) is summed up in this quote from British singer/songwriter Chris Rea:
“every day, good luck comes in the strangest of ways”
“If you are looking for something different, something fun, something with heart, this is the book to read.” Reader Review, An Alien’s Guide
“I inhaled this book with glee and you will too.” Reader Review – An Alien’s Guide
“You, Jane was one of the most thought-provoking stories I’ve read in a long time. This is a good choice for anyone in the mood for something that asks as many questions as it answers.” Long and Short Reviews
More information on my short stories, and reviews, here.
My blog lives here, with my thoughts about writing, creativity, music, travel, life and baseball. You’ll also find guest blog posts from other authors, artists, and creative thinkers. I call my blog “Point No Point” because it is a real place in my home state, and it is also an inspiration, a meditation, and a state of mind.