writer. creator. total daydreamer.
A place for stories to be told uniting people together
~ A BIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR ~
Hi, I'm Elizabeth
Most people just call me Liz. I grew up in Canada with my parents, 4 siblings, some dogs, cats and a ton of family with whom I got up to all kinds of fun! In 2004 I married my love and upped and moved across the world to Australia! New adventures began. Out of them came beautiful babies, an angel in heaven and amazing opportunities to travel, explore and advocate for others in the world!
Fun fact! I was first published back in high school in a little book called Under The Maple Tree!
xx Liz Clements
What Readers Are Saying...
"A truly heartfelt book" 💕
Thank you to all the wonderful souls who shared their stories of heartbreak & joy.
I cried reading “Jayden’s Light”, Elizabeth Clements’ heartbreaking experience of stillbirth. After watching our daughter & partner lose their beautiful baby Archie to stillbirth in April, the emotions are still very raw. 💔 Thank you Elizabeth for opening your heart so beautifully, you will help many people.
I also cried reading Fiona Stark’s chapter “Hope and Heartbreak - Perspectives of a Therapist with Lived Experience.” Fiona’s own heartbreaking story of loss, have given her such deep understanding, & her words to other parents who have loved & lost, are compassionate, kind & like a warm, loving embrace in the face of deep grief. Thank you Fiona, you touched my heart deeply, as a grandmother who has loved & lost.
A beautiful book. Congratulations Kellie Harriden Author. You have put together a wonderfully moving collection of lived experiences, bringing to light the difficulties so many people face in Achieving Parenthood.
Trudi Bareham - A new reader
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