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The Pamela Crane & Mark Fine Interview Find out what secrets each author reveals in this author-on-author interview between Mark Fine, author of the romantic historical drama The Zebra Affaire, and Pamela Crane, thriller writer of the best-selling The Admirer’s Secret. Each an admirer of the other’s work, here are pictures of Pamela and Mark “presenting” each others respective… Continue reading AUTHOR 2 AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Authors Mark Fine & Pamela Crane Reveal their Lives in Pursuit of the Art of Writing.
While my next book, “Riddle”, is basically a romantic thriller it touches on an issue that I’ve been concerned about for some time. About twenty years ago it came as a shock to me to learn that babies and children of indigenous First Nations People were systematically taken from their families with the belief they would have better lives if they left their heritage behind … Continue reading The Story Behind “Riddle”
It’s like watching a five star movie By Molly Gambiza on April 25, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition View From the Sixth Floor is a great story, every word is carefully written. I felt as if I was watching a good movie, a movie I wouldn’t mind watching over and over again. I like the way Elizabeth Newton selected her characters, they are not too many, … Continue reading Another 5-Star Review for “View From the Sixth Floor”!
BEACH TALE April 14, A slight tilt left, a slight tilt right, a rustle of jiggles; bright colours on an ebony curve. He watched her walk around the beach; he watched her every Saturday. She reminded him of gods and goddesses, of ancient times and hallowed places. She awoke primordial urges. She was bad for him. But she was irresistible; and he was tired of … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge “Beach Tale” by Dupewrites
Momma’s Gonna Buy You A Mocking Bird – Eden Sharp Kiki finished her last mouthful of porridge staring into the faraway eyes of the missing girl on the milk carton. She mused on where she might have gone and whether she was happy there. In her peripheral vision, she waited for Pa to be through with his breakfast. He chewed the blubbery pork rind with … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge – Momma’s Gonna Buy You a Mockingbird by Eden Sharp
Earth Day, the brain child of Senator Gaylord Nelson, was first celebrated on April 22, 1970 in many large American cities. Up until that point the serious environmental issues faced worldwide were largely unknown by the general public. In 1990 Earth Day became a global event as the rest of the world took up the challenge to save the earth for the future. A rising … Continue reading Earth Day – Whose Job Is It Anyway?
The Dream Police I double back on Park and cut through Grand Central again just to make sure no one is following me. It’s almost impossible to spot a tail with this many people on the sidewalks; my only hope is that I can disappear in the rush-hour mayhem. Thousands of people rushing to catch their trains and subways, coming and going of their own … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge – “The Dream Police” by DJ Dal Pizzol
I’m thrilled to have one of my favorite Indie Authors here today. Please welcome Anita Kovacevic. I “discovered” her in a group called Books Go Social. When I read her book “The Threshold” I fell in love with it. Suspenseful and compelling I couldn’t put it down. (see my review here: https://elizabethnnewton.com/2015/02/17/the-threshold-anita-kovacevic/) So let’s get started… What is the title of your latest book? I … Continue reading Author Interview – Anita Kovacevic
The Legend of Camosund (1000 Words) By Norma M. Freeman ©April, 2015 With her long, shiny braid, her dark eyes, and her elegance and grace, Camosund was as beautiful as she was kind. She was beloved in her village for these things, and because where she spent her time or touch, living things prospered. The fields and forests surrounding her favorite walks burst forth with … Continue reading 1000 Word Challenge-The Legend of Camosund by Norma Freeman