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New Paranormal Release from Karen J. Mossman

Having read several books by Karen J. Mossman, I often look for new books she has released when searching for something to read. When I discovered her latest book featured the character Cassidy Newbold I was thrilled. I’d read a previous Mossman book with this vibrant psychic. I’m adding The Adventures of Cassidy Newbold to my Kindle and can’t wait to see what the gifted young … Continue reading New Paranormal Release from Karen J. Mossman

Summer Reading, 2019. Win a FREE Dragonfly Book! — Dragonfly Books

Every summer, lists come out recommending great books for summer reading. We’ve put together links to some of the sites with these lists. What’s the number one book on your summer reading list? What will you take to the beach or lounge by the pool reading? We’d love to know what book you would recommend […] via Summer Reading, 2019. Win a FREE Dragonfly Book! — … Continue reading Summer Reading, 2019. Win a FREE Dragonfly Book! — Dragonfly Books

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“The Secret Mother: A gripping psychological thriller that will have you hooked” by Shalini Boland

I usually avoid books with titles followed by a “hook”. However, after a peek inside, I decided to give The Secret Mother by Shalini Boland a try. It was a good choice.         Boland starts off with excellent descriptive paragraphs which set the tone for the tale. Told in the first person, (something I like), the story follows Tessa Markham as she … Continue reading “The Secret Mother: A gripping psychological thriller that will have you hooked” by Shalini Boland

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“The Lost Angel” by Adam C. Mitchell

I’ve read some of Adam Mitchell’s short stories and was eager to read a longer length novella. The Lost Angel did not disappoint. Mitchell captures the flavor of 1940’s noir and distributes throughout the book, never losing a beat from start to finish. Eddie Kovakx is a down on his luck thief. One night he runs into an old adversary, Tony Santeeni, drunk and rowdy … Continue reading “The Lost Angel” by Adam C. Mitchell

Covid-19 “ReadYour Way Outside”

While you are staying home and practicing self-isolation you may be looking for something to do besides binge-watching Netflix and Hulu. If you’re a reader and own a Kindle here’s a suggestion. I’m offering one of my books FREE weekly on Amazon Kindle during the Covid-19 crisis. April 20th – April 24th “Stolen Gypsy” April 27th – May 1st “Burned Toast” May 4th – May … Continue reading Covid-19 “ReadYour Way Outside”

“Last Orders: The Freeman Files Series” – By Ted Tayler”

In the second book of The Freeman Files Series, Last Orders by Ted Tayler, retired detective Gus Freeman, and his Crime Review Team investigate the murder of barmaid Trudi Villiers. They begin fifteen years after the girl’s body was found with her cell phone, skirt, underwear, and high heel shoes missing. Raped and murdered on her way home after midnight from her job at a local … Continue reading “Last Orders: The Freeman Files Series” – By Ted Tayler”

Fatal Decision: The Freeman Files Series – Book 1 by Ted Tayler

  “Gus Freeman is a retired Detective Inspector who has spent the past three years alone. Freeman’s wife, Tess, died from a brain aneurysm six months to the day after his retirement. He is still coming to terms with his enforced solitary existence.   His old boss wants Gus to head up a Crime Review Team investigating cold cases. Old witness statements and fresh clues … Continue reading Fatal Decision: The Freeman Files Series – Book 1 by Ted Tayler

FREE on Kindle

“Carved Wooden Heart” will be FREE on Kindle February 16th – February 20th.     A sexy encounter with a talented native artist, a broken heart, and a knight in shining armor are just the beginning in this passionate erotic romance. Dani Stone never expected to fall in love with carver Jesse Wolf Carver. She certainly didn’t foresee the results of her intense one night … Continue reading FREE on Kindle

Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat by Bobbi Phelps

  Attracted by the description of “Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat” and because I am a lifelong cat lover, I borrowed this book thinking I would share it with my granddaughter who loves all critters. The holidays came along, and I got busy then I found the book on my shelf and decided it was time to read it.   I fell … Continue reading Saving Frankie: Adventures of a Rescued Barn Cat by Bobbi Phelps

A Cove Creek Christmas: Love at the Lighthouse (Smoky Mountain Magic of Christmas Book 1) by Cyn Taylor

  I was attracted to “A Cove Creek Christmas”  by Cyn Taylor because I live in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, and I love lighthouses. I was not disappointed. This romance has just enough mystery to spark my imagination, and the characters remind me of people I know.   The central character, Chloe Coleman, has experienced terrible tragedies in her life. These caused her … Continue reading A Cove Creek Christmas: Love at the Lighthouse (Smoky Mountain Magic of Christmas Book 1) by Cyn Taylor

Happy 2nd Anniversary Electric Eclectic

Two years ago, I was approached by fellow writer Paul White with a proposition. He had an idea. He wanted to bring quality books to readers. Recognizing that readers often had limited time to read, he proposed writing and publishing novelettes, short books that cost less than a full-sized novel and offered a good story that could be read while commuting to work or school, … Continue reading Happy 2nd Anniversary Electric Eclectic

A Flash of Horror by Karina Kantas

Just in time for Halloween author Karina Kantas has a new book, a collection of short stories that will get you shaking right through All Hallows Eve. Blurb A flash of horror is a collection of short and flash fiction in the horror genre taken from Karina Kantas’s two collections, Heads & Tales & Undressed. 12 chilling and though-provoking tales that will stay with you … Continue reading A Flash of Horror by Karina Kantas

My New Addiction: Audible Books

One of my great pleasures is reading before bed. Often after a day of working on my laptop writing, blogging, and checking e-mails my eyes are tired. I’d tried audiobooks years ago when they were first released. I tried “listening” to books as I raced along the treadmill, spun along on the stationary bike, and even while I attempted to get coordinated enough to use … Continue reading My New Addiction: Audible Books