Elizabeth Heiter | Writing Strong, Modern Heroines

Strong heroines. Deadly villains. Killer suspense. That’s my brand – three things I promise to deliver readers with every book. But what ...

Elizabeth Heiter | When Life Imitates Art: Romantic Suspense in My Life

You’ve probably encountered a character in a book who’s one hundred percent convinced she won’t end up with a particular person (or type ...

Author/Reader Match with Elizabeth Heiter

Writes: Elizabeth Heiter writes both psychological suspense and romantic suspense. Her books feature strong heroines, chillingly realistic ...

Elizabeth Heiter | Top 5 Reasons to Write (or Read!) a Series

In the past five years, I’ve published books in three distinct series: The Profiler (a psychological suspense series featuring FBI profiler ...

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Elizabeth Heiter | Don’t forget to chase your dreams!

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a writer. As a child, before I could write words myself, I used to tell my mom stories and ...

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Elizabeth Heiter | An Interview with FBI Profiler Evelyn Baine

Today, I’m sitting down with the heroine of The Profiler series, Evelyn Baine, to find out more about how she balances her job with the FBI ...

Elizabeth Heiter | How I Write Suspense

At every new book launch, certain questions pop up again and again: “Where do you get your ideas?” “What’s the process of writing ...

Five Reasons to Avoid Everton, PA

Everton, PA is the fictional setting for my latest release, NIGHT OF THE FLOOD – a collaborative "novel in stories" featuring contributions ...

Elizabeth Heiter | The five suspense novels I’m loving right now

Writers all get their start as avid readers, and most of us never stop devouring books. One of the coolest benefits of being an author is ...

Elizabeth Heiter | Famous Criminal Profilers in Fact and Fiction

Criminal profiling is a fascinating process, a mix of psychology and criminology that tends to create divided reactions: people seem to think ...

Elizabeth Heiter | The “Why” in Crime: Creating a Behavioral Profile

In real life, when there’s a horrible, seemingly inexplicable crime, people crowd around the TV to watch interviews with the people who knew ...