“On the Edge” by T.S. Krupa

“On the Edge” by T.S. Krupa is the story of widow Andy Parker and her daughter, Hayden Grace. While Andy struggles to balance life as a single mother who works full time, Hayden Grace struggles with lagging interest in snow-boarding. What had been her life-long passion suddenly seems to have lost its magical hold on her and Andy is concerned at this change in her … Continue reading “On the Edge” by T.S. Krupa

“Finders Keepers” by Stephen King

Finders Keepers by Stephen King My rating: 4 of 5 stars Being a big fan of Stephen King’s writing I was excited when I received my copy of his latest book, “Finders Keepers”. Something of a sequel to “Mr. Mercedes”, a book I thoroughly enjoyed, “Finders Keepers” introduces new characters and brings back some old ones. Beginning with the murder and robbery of a well … Continue reading “Finders Keepers” by Stephen King

10 Days Until the Launch of “RIDDLE”

Cover Design: Rachel Bostwick On June 21, 2015 the new novel “Riddle” will be released on Amazon and Createspace. This romantic and sexy thriller is the second book to be published by Elizabeth Horton-Newton. To celebrate the birth of this book, an event is planned on Facebook that will include author giveaways, contests, and other authors discussing their books. If you are an author and … Continue reading 10 Days Until the Launch of “RIDDLE”

My Five Top Indie Writers (And Then Some…)

@NOTEBKBLOGAIRY’S #INDIEROAR CHALLENGE – DAY 9: MY TOP 5 INDIE AUTHORS I’ve been following the Indie Roar Challenge and I have to admit, today’s challenge is a tough one. Choosing my top five indie authors is no easy feat for me. For the past few months I have been exclusively reading indie authors and each one seems better than the last. However, I think I … Continue reading My Five Top Indie Writers (And Then Some…)

“Charlie Robot” by Benedict Martin

Charlie Robot by Benedict Martin My rating: 5 of 5 stars “Charlie Robot” by Benedict Martin starts out as a seemingly cute story about the misadventures of a group of scientists who have created an android. This is not an ordinary android. This is an escaped android. On the very day their creation is to be unveiled to investors, the wily Steven escapes from the … Continue reading “Charlie Robot” by Benedict Martin

“The Railroad” by Neil Douglas Newton

I have a confession. The author of “The Railroad” is my husband. That being said, I’d like to give my opinion on the book. Mind you, I know a little bit about where he was coming from when he wrote the book. Neil wanted to write a book about child abuse. This is a subject that concerns him greatly. However I think “The Railroad” is … Continue reading “The Railroad” by Neil Douglas Newton

Monuments to the Dead – Part One

Sitting in the hospital waiting area and listening to the rain hit the huge window and streak lazily down the glass I recalled my mother always saying rainy days were bad luck. At least I think that’s what she said. Or was it rainy days were bad for weddings? I supposed it didn’t matter. I didn’t believe in superstitions and certainly not those spoken by … Continue reading Monuments to the Dead – Part One

Book Release – “The Railroad” by Neil Newton

On June 1, 2002 I married my soul mate. We met under rather unusual circumstances. I was a former New Yorker living in the South and he was a New Yorker living in New York. We are both writers and he had started an online writing critique group. Over time we learned his father had been the Chair of the Economics Department of the university … Continue reading Book Release – “The Railroad” by Neil Newton