TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Insanitary by Robyn Cain

  Simply reading the tag line for Robyn Cain’s short story, Insanitary, I had the feeling something was not quite right. “Consider carefully where you walk the dog.” I’m familiar with Cain’s work having read a few of her full length books so I know her stories can take a bizarre twist. This short is no exception. When Henrietta takes her dog Scruffy for a … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Insanitary by Robyn Cain

TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Active vs. Passive – Anita Kovacevic

The second story in the exciting anthology, Twisted Tales, is by Anita Kovacevic. Kovacevic has a novella on Amazon, The Threshold as well as three children’s books and short stories in two other anthologies. Active vs. Passive is an intriguing and timely story of the mother of a teenage boy who is struggling to make ends meet on a tight budget. Missing her bus home after … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Active vs. Passive – Anita Kovacevic

Twisted Tales : Meet the Authors – an interview with Elizabeth Horton-Newton

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Some say beware the Ides of March – but what you should really do is get a free copy of Twisted Tales, a Readers’ Choice selection of short fiction from Readers’ Circle of Avenue Park. Literary lies, epic yarns – it’s an eclectic collection of stories by authors from around the globe. In today’s Meet the Authors series I’m delighted to welcome… Continue reading Twisted Tales : Meet the Authors – an interview with Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Twisted Tales: A Man Walks Out Of A Bar by J. Mayerson Brown

The first story in this wonderful anthology is by author J. Mayerson Brown. Her first novel, The Long Dance Home, has been widely acclaimed on Amazon. Her contribution to this collection, A Man Walks Out Of A  Bar, is a fascinating examination of how fate can intervene in most unexpected ways. She skillfully develops her characters in a few short pages. The male protagonist Mitch … Continue reading Twisted Tales: A Man Walks Out Of A Bar by J. Mayerson Brown

TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns (Various Authors)

  I recently had my short story, Old Habits, published in an anthology called Twisted Tales. It is quite an honor to have this horror story included with so many other authors I admire. Being recognized in an international collection is something I am very excited about. Here is the blurb from the Amazon page: “A unique short story anthology curated by the readers and … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns (Various Authors)

St Patrick’s Day Book Sale!!

If you enjoy romantic thrillers, March 17th is the day you can pick up my book, “Riddle” for 99 cents on Kindle! Grace Donahue, the primary female protagonist is obviously of Irish descent. Her surname actually comes from my mother’s family. St. Patrick’s Day seemed an excellent day to offer the story of her relationship with Native Kort Eriksen and her life the town of … Continue reading St Patrick’s Day Book Sale!!

“Immortal and Sane” by Benedict J. Martin

   Leave it to Benedict Martin to provide a unique twist on both science fiction and the paranormal. Coupling these genres through the use of a romantic couple is nothing short of brilliant. Let’s face it, a vampire isn’t likely to get much nourishment from an android. But there is more to this story than meets the eye. First off Nelly Jones is not your … Continue reading “Immortal and Sane” by Benedict J. Martin

Cold Blood by Alex Shaw

Buy Here on Amazon This is the first book I’ve read by Alex Shaw and I guarantee it won’t be the last. Cold Blood is an action packed and complex thriller that kept me turning pages well into the night. Aidan Snow is a multi-faceted character; a well trained member of the SAS who is injured severely during a training exercise, he retires to become … Continue reading Cold Blood by Alex Shaw

As I Get Older: My MS Story

Having hit something of a block while finishing up my latest book, I found myself visiting my past. I have had quite an interesting life. In my very early years (those delightfully dark days of teenage-dom) I didn’t anticipate living past twenty-five. That may sound morbid but I was a rather gloomy teen. There were times during my first violent marriage when I thought I … Continue reading As I Get Older: My MS Story

Book Reviews: How to Get Them & What to Do With Them by Felita Daniels

This book is a vital addition to any indie writer’s library. Ms. Daniels has taken the time to do significant research on book promotion and it shows. She covers everything from how to request reviews, the pitfalls of swapping reviews, using social media effectively, and even a chapter she calls “Think Outside the Box”. Written in simple, easy to understand language and using visuals to … Continue reading Book Reviews: How to Get Them & What to Do With Them by Felita Daniels