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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Liz Zelvin: Living Life Happily As An Outrageous Older Woman

by Cyrus Webb

I first heard of author Elizabeth Zelvin when I was introduced to her book DEATH WILL EXTEND YOUR VACATION earlier this year. It was great mystery, full of all of the elements I crave: memorable and relatable characters, a mystery that kept your attention and issues that all of us can get something out of.

When I had the chance to interview her on Conversations LIVE radio show it was brought to my attention that she was also a recording artist.

Under the name Liz Zelvin she has released the album entitled OUTRAGEOUS OLD WOMAN---and I tell you this: it is brilliant!

The album takes you on a great ride through her soothing voice and the lyrics that speak directly to who we all are as individuals. Whether she is tackling the somber issues that cause us to reflect on life and our purpose or the craze that is internet dating, Zelvin is able to do it in a way that is infectious and sure to bring together lovers of various genres along the way.

The stand out tracks for me are THE RAIN CAME DOWN, ONLINE LOVING, TWO TALL TOWERS and ALL SHE EVER WANTED.

Regardless of your age, I think we can all listen to the album and think to ourselves what can we do in our lives to be truly "outrageous". Individuals will try to tell you that once you reach a certain point in life that you should just stop pursuing that which you love. Liz Zelvin is one example of why that should never be the case! Let us all find inspiration to go the distance in our lives, knowing that is the only way we can truly be happy and free.

Find out more information about Liz and her album at www.lizzelvin.com.

1 comment:

  1. Cyrus, you're a sweetheart! Thank you so much for spreading the word about OUTRAGEOUS OLDER WOMAN and DEATH WILL EXTEND YOUR VACATION and even more for appreciating my outrageousness. Happy Thanksgiving! Liz

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