EJ Towler lives in coastal Virginia and writes tales of extraordinary women and the men they
love (or sometimes simply tolerate). Her first novel Stealth Maneuvers, a military romance, has multiple 5-star reviews on Amazon. One Little Lie, a twisted psychological thriller is available now. Touch and Go available March 29, 2023.
EJ is a veteran of the US Army, a retired psychology professor, and dachshund advocate. She and her service dog Huckleberry Hound are avid travelers for research and fun.
Her stories have unusual twists and turns, but none began on a dark and stormy night. Her books
feature dachshunds who along with the heroines find their happily ever after. All EJ’s books and stories have a bit of truth from events in in her life. It is up to the reader to ferret out what’s fact and what’s fiction.
EJ is available for presentations to book clubs, reader/writer conferences, or anywhere readers
EJ is a passionate dachshund advocate, having rescued several dachshunds in her lifetime. A percentage of all royalties are donated to dachshund rescue groups in North America.
Dachshund Rescue of North America is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with one sole purpose — rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing needy dachshunds and mostly dachshund mixes. We are a network of experienced rescuers with representation in the northeast, mid-Atlantic, and southeast and have placed almost 12,000 dogs into their forever homes. For more information, visit them at https://www.drna.org.
Dachshund Adoption Rescue and Education, Inc. (DARE) views its mission as increasing public awareness through education against animal cruelty, related issues and overpopulation while rescuing and re-homing displaced and unwanted dachshunds and dachshund mix dogs in the state of Florida. Learn more about them at https://daretorescue.org,
As a proud Army veteran, EJ supports several veteran's organizations.
American Legion service officers are trained to work with veterans, their families, and survivors generally to file claims for VA disability and veteran illnesses but also provide referrals on education, employment, death benefits and others. To find a service office near you, visit https://www.legion.org/education/serviceofficers.
The TADSAW, INC. mission is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990/2010 guidelines, for any wounded Veteran Service Member (Active Duty. Retired, Discharged) surviving with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), in order to restore and improve the Veteran’s Quality of Life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at no charge to the Veteran or the family. For more information, visit them at https://tadsaw.org.
EJ's Dachshund, Huckleberry, graduated from TADSAW on April 15, 2022.