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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Elizabeth Maria Naranjo Schedules Her WOW! Women on Writing Blog Tour for The Fourth Wall – a Light Fantasy with a Paranormal Edge

Elizabeth Maria Naranjo Schedules Her WOW! Women on Writing Blog Tour for The Fourth Wall – a Light Fantasy with a Paranormal Edge

**Spots will be filling quickly – her tour begins July 21st 2014. If you would like to host Elizabeth on your blog between July 21st and September 1st, please RSVP by emailing:

The Fourth Wall is about a young girl named Marin who loses her mother, and in her grief, she begins to withdraw. She is a lucid dreamer, someone who is aware of when she is dreaming and can use this awareness to create her own dreamworlds. Marin creates a world where her memories can't follow her and she can leave her grief behind.

When she begins to heal, she realizes she can no longer control her dream, and it turns to a nightmare. Now Marin has to find out how to escape a dream that doesn't want her to wake up.

The book is dark in tone and the lucid dreaming gives it a light fantasy/paranormal edge. Electronic copies will be available by the end of May early June for those who are interested in reviewing The Fourth Wall.

Paperback:  235 Pages

Publisher:  WiDo Publishing (June 10, 2014)

ISBN:  193717851X

Twitter hashtag: #TFWall

The Fourth Wall will be available as an e- book at 

Book Giveaway Contest:
Feel free to run a giveaway for your readers. Each blog stop will have an electronic copy of 
The Fourth Wall, available for a giveaway.

About the Author:

Elizabeth grew up writing short stories and bad poetry before escaping the cold winters of Wyoming and settling in the Sonoran Desert. She lives in Tempe, Arizona with her husband and two children, Abigail (11) and Gabriel (6). She still loves to write, but fortunately gave up on poetry. The Fourth Wall is her first novel.

Elizabeth’s creative nonfiction has appeared in Brain, ChildPhoenix New TimesLiterary Mama, and is forthcoming in Brevity. Elizabeth is also an award-winning fiction writer; her short stories have been published in The Portland ReviewHospital DriveSLAB Literary Magazine, andBartleby Snopes. 
Links to her work and information on classes/critiques can be found at

Elizabeth on Twitter:

Topics available for guest posts:
A. Writing process
B. Lucid dreaming
C. Benefits of a small press
D. Editing process
E. Interesting facts about Elizabeth 
F. The advantage of the first novel (because it's easier when you don't know what you're doing)
G. Cultivating a love of reading in our children

H. Elizabeth’s top 3 favorite movies on lucid dreaming


  1. Yes, Lit Ladies would. Any Tuesday or Saturday you have open. Could we do an interview?

  2. Margo - How about July 22nd and yes - an interview would be great! Just email me the questions to:

    Thanks friend!!