My name is Elenora Rose Sabin. I write as E. Rose Sabin largely because people
tend to misspell Elenora. I live in Pinellas County, Florida, with my two wonderful
dogs Juliet and Pixie. I adopted Juliet, a pit bull mix, from a shelter. She'd been
abandoned and picked up as a stray. She's very playful and very loving. Pixie, my
newest dog, is also a rescue. She's still shy and easily frightened, but will improve
with time, I'm sure. She's a beautiful dog, and she and Juliet love to play together.
I'm a former teacher, having taught Spanish and English for many years, mostly in middle school, but also as an adjunct instructor in junior college. I'm now devoting my time to writing fantasy, science fiction and novels. My stories have won many awards, and A School for Sorcery—my first novel—won the Andre Norton Gryphon award in 1992, an award then given by novelist Andre Norton for an unpublished manuscript of the best fantasy novel submitted by a new woman fantasy writer.
I am currently working on novels set in the same world as A School for Sorcery, as well as other, unrelated novels.
I recently published several books, including my first book for elementary school children.
Grandy's Grand Inventions is intended for children ages 6-10 or grades 1-4. To learn
more about the book, visit here.
I also have three more new books, two for adults and one for teens. For adults, Deathright and the urban fantasy Were House, and for teens, the fantasy novel To the Far Side of the Forest. Links to these books may be found on this website, or on my Amazon.com page.
I have established my own imprint, Arucadi Enterprises, and will be publishing more books in the Arucadi series as well as other unrelated novels under that imprint. I am also editing and formatting books for other writers who wish to self-publish, but need some help in doing so.