About the Author

Elizabeth Donley-Leer is a divorced mother of two now grown children. She has a degree in Children’s Literature, and her greatest passion has been her children and writing. So, bringing all of these elements together to write for children was an inevitable next step. She’s been published as a poet, and does freelance work as a movie reviewer, columnist and blogger for several online magazines and job boards. In 2014 she signed a contract with Business2Sell.com to be a freelance bylined contributor of business articles and blog topics. Her first young adult novel, “Passing Ships are not Always Quiet”, released in April of 2013, had readers asking when the sequel would be released. Her second children’s book,“The Fish Who Wanted to Fly”, released on June 1, 2014 and her hopes are that readers will find this book just as adorable and heartwarming.


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