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M. Stevens-David Review: "The Chronicles of Elizabeth Highland"
By Martha Stevens-David.
Mar 5, 2014 - 12:07:22 AM

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Upon receiving this book, "The Chronicles of Elizabeth Highland," Life, Love, Soul...Mate, by Elizabeth Highland, I had hoped that her personal story of living, dating and loving in this modern world, would be very interesting. But alas, that was not to be.

The story is made-up of her collection of e-mails from a man that she went to school with over forty years ago and once reconnecting, she hoped for a love that would last and it simply went downhill from there.

I asked myself why I even bothered to finish reading this story that only served to illustrate how very narcissistic the author really is.

Would I recommend this book to others? NO.

Martha Stevens-David.
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Elizabeth Highland worked as both a designer and manufacturer in the sporting goods industry for twenty-five years. Her products sold in Canada, the United States, Europe, Korea and Japan. As well, she dabbled as an actor in film and improv.

Travel has always been a part of her creative inspiration. In recent years Elizabeth lived in Peru and travelled extensively throughout South America. Just back from an adventure in Istanbul, Jerusalem and Jordan, she is currently working on her second novel VOLUME II... The Journey Continues.

Elizabeth holds both a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto. Elizabeth presently lives in Toronto with her dog Little Bear.


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