"Everyone has a story to tell, and it is one of my biggest passions to help people bring it to life."

Elizabeth M. Keenan

Elizabeth is an internationally bestselling novelist, ghostwriter, editor, and a two-decade-long publishing veteran. She has been featured in Entertainment Weekly, Buzzfeed, PopSugar, and numerous other media outlets for her writing and publishing work. She is the founder of Campfire Lit, an author services agency specializing in developmental editing, ghostwriting, and coaching.

Under the pseudonym E.G. Scott, Elizabeth co-authored three internationally bestselling novels, The Woman Inside (2019) and In Case of Emergency (2020), and The Rule of Three (2022), all published by Dutton, an imprint of Penguin Random House. The E.G. Scott books have been published in over ten countries, have been optioned by Blumhouse, and are currently in development for TV and streaming adaptations. Her fourth E.G. Scott book, Trust Issues, will be published in 2024.

During her nearly twenty years working in-house, Elizabeth held publicity & marketing Director and Associate Publisher positions at multiple imprints within three ‘big-five' publishers, including Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, and Macmillan. She was most recently V.P., Associate Publisher at Flatiron Books, an imprint of Macmillan.

Elizabeth has worked with many bestselling writers and luminaries spanning all genres. Among these authors are Oprah Winfrey, President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Glennon Doyle, Judy Shepard, Liane Moriarty, Sharon Salzberg, Melinda Gates, Eckhart Tolle, Toni Morrison, Stephen King, Jenny Lawson, Brad Melzer, Jane Harper, Ann Rule, David Benioff, Tracey Chevalier, Joyce Carol Oates, Anne Rice, Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, Carly Simon and many more.

Elizabeth's work has been published in the NY Inquirer, where she had a regular column for two years, and in several story and essay collections, including Living on the Edge of The World (Touchstone Fireside 2007), What If Writing is Dreaming Together (NYWCPress 2014).

A workshop leader with The New York Writers Coalition, she has led writing workshops for formerly incarcerated women in recovery and also with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness).

She's spoken on a number of industry panels, writer's conferences, and trade shows (Tools of Change Conference, NAIBA, SC Festival of Books). She has done numerous bookstore events and media interviews. She graduated from Marymount Manhattan College and Yale University and New York University post graduate publishing courses.