ARIA: Left Luggage by Geoff Nelder My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is perhaps the most innocently thought provoking book I have ever read. What would happen if everyone began to experience memory loss? How would the world be affected by the gradual but constant loss of days, months, and years by every single person on earth? What happens if we all eventually regressed … Continue reading “Aria: Left Luggage” by Geoff Nelder
Horton-Newton: Senior citizens are protagonists in JFK assassination thriller Welcome to this week’s guest, Elizabeth Horton-Newton. She was born and raised in New York City. She began writing when she was a child, writing stories for friends and family. In the 4th grade at P.S. 151 in Manhattan she wrote an essay about her dream job–she wanted to be an author. She continued to write … Continue reading Recent Interview
I wanted to see “Lucy”, directed by Luc Besson, while it was in theaters but it came and went so quickly I didn’t get the chance. Reviews were not that great and I figured I’d probably saved myself a few bucks and a couple of wasted hours. So tonight as my husband and sat down for our Saturday night Chinese take-out we decided to catch … Continue reading “Lucy” A Film by Luc Besson
We all knew about the shortcut that led to the high school. It ran along an old road and through a small tunnel before opening into the large field behind the sports field. As often as it was used to get to school by those who didn’t need another tardy on their record, more often it was used as a path to sneak away from … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled by Elizabeth Horton-Newton
I was clearing out my e-mail this morning and found an amusing contrast in recently received messages. First there was a nifty ad from Cheapo Flights which I have used in the past to book flights. Right under that e-mail was my daily dose of Delicious, links to a variety of interesting articles online. I scrolled through the selections before coming across one that caught … Continue reading Airline Contrasts -First Class Luxury
The Price of Silence by Ulla Hakanson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Amy Robinson is being stalked by her ex-fiancé Tyler but she has even bigger problems. In “The Price of Silence” by Ulla Hakanson, Amy finds the cost of keeping silent can be very high. While enjoying a kayaking trip with her cousin Willa in the remote part of British Columbia she makes … Continue reading “The Price of Silence” by Ulla Hakanson
5 Stars “A wonderful story of love, suspense and what might have been! ByMrs Michelle Nora Medhaton May 2, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition A View from the Sixth Floor is an amazing read. It starts out a story about loving, kind people in their twilight years, looking out and caring for one another, but accelerates rapidly into an incredibly adrenalin-fuelled ride that one could never … Continue reading Another Amazing 5-Star Review
Being a writer I have often wondered exactly how the Witness Protection Program works. In the movies and on TV, witnesses are gathered together and efficiently moved away from friends, jobs, and sometimes even families to new locations. Given new names, they are seemingly provided new jobs and lives where they are securely protected from whatever criminal or criminal group would kill them and their … Continue reading The Witness Protection Program- Who is Your Neighbor?