Ellie Margot – Seven Sons Series Introduction Video

Let’s get to know Ellie Margot, the co-creator of our Elves line. She’s walking us through what it’s like to be an indie—where she started and where she’s going—and talking a little about her favorite character in her new book!

Seven Sons is a new fantasy, urban-fantasy, and paranormal story world releasing on Amazon in KU in January 2019.

About the Author:

Ellie Margot is a writer, a binger of very particular TV shows, and a collector of souls and half-truths, some of which are exhibited here.

She writes under the Elves wing of the 7 Sons series and likes it when romance works its way into genres where it doesn’t normally belong. Horror and thriller, she may or may not be looking at you.

Ellie writes contemporary romance under a pen name and has all other genres in the works.

If you want to know when Ellie’s next book will come out, please visit her website at www.elliemargot.com where you can sign up to receive an email announcing her next release.

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