The Half-Shape Child by Megan Fatheree

The Half Shape Child by Megan Fatheree My rating: 4 of 5 stars Every once in a while I come across a book that surprises me by its originality. “The Half-Shape Child” by Megan Fatheree is one of those books. It is a science fiction/fantasy tale for Young Adults that is just as exciting and engrossing for an adult audience. The story follows two children, … Continue reading The Half-Shape Child by Megan Fatheree

Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

Charlie Flowers is as much an enigma as his creation Riz Sabir. His author page on tells very little about the creator of the series of books that bring more firepower to print than destroyed Dresden during WWII. Sabir along with his ever faithful girl gang, The Black Eye Girls, led by his significant other, the tough as nails Holly (Bang-Bang) Kirpachi slice up, … Continue reading Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

“The Railroad”- The Backstory

Originally posted on Where the buck stops:
On June 1 the second edition of my book, “The Railroad”, will be released on Amazon, re-edited and reformatted. The book is very personal but it also touches on issues that affect all of us. The book was inspired by a personal experience on the day of what is probably the greatest disaster in U.S. history. Of course… Continue reading “The Railroad”- The Backstory

“Inner Giant” A Book About Bullying by Frank Letras

Inner Giant by Frank Letras My rating: 5 of 5 stars I was looking for a book about bullying for my granddaughter when I came upon “Inner Giant” by Frank Letras. Bullying has become so prevalent in our society and has touched so many lives that I wanted to prepare her for the possibility it could happen to her. This is actually a collection of … Continue reading “Inner Giant” A Book About Bullying by Frank Letras

“Riddle” Book Cover Reveal

Thanks to all the readers who came out to support the cover reveal for “Riddle” today on Facebook. It was a great turnout and I got to give away an e-copy and a signed paperback. Along with the cover I shared a couple of excerpts from the book. If you missed it here are the excerpts I shared. I hope you enjoy them and will … Continue reading “Riddle” Book Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal for “Riddle” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

On May 25th at 9:00 AM ET (until 6:00 PM ET) please join me as I reveal the cover for my new book, “Riddle”. I am very impressed with the artwork of Rachel Bostwick who has captured the essence of the story. There will be games and prizes and, I hope, fun. So put on your most comfortable clothes, find a relaxing spot, grab your … Continue reading Cover Reveal for “Riddle” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

“The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

  When is a bad guy not really a bad guy? When he is Phoenix in Ted Tayler’s exciting book “The Olympus Project”. Tayler wastes no time in getting the action started in this high tech, guns blazing story of Colin Bailey. When I picked this book I didn’t realize Colin Bailey had made his initial appearance in an earlier Tayler book. This says a … Continue reading “The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

Coming Soon!! “Riddle”

Only a few weeks more until my new book, “Riddle” will be released on Amazon and Createspace. This is nothing like my first book, “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”. While it also deals with a social issue, the primary characters are much younger and have different life experiences. Kort Eriksen is a young man born in the Yukon and illegally adopted by … Continue reading Coming Soon!! “Riddle”


I know that two hundred and seventy-nine people are going to die tomorrow. I know where it will happen but not the location. I know the names of every person who will die but I do not know them. For the last month I have seen their faces in my dreams. I have heard their screams. The first time I had the dream the only … Continue reading Dream

Calling All Authors & Bloggers for a Literary World Trip

“Every day in July a new post will be published featuring book/location submissions from authors and readers.” This is a great opportunity to learn about new books, promote books, and for bloggers to share their favorites. It promises to be a lot of fun! You can submit entries until June 13, 2015. Continue reading Calling All Authors & Bloggers for a Literary World Trip