The third story in the “Cons, Dames & G-Men” anthology is Dark at the Top of the Stairs by Elizabeth Horton-Newton. Here is a review of this short story from author Neil Douglas Newton. Review of “Dark at the top of the Stairs” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton “Dark at the Top of the Stairs” is a story that can be found in the “Cons, Dames & G-Men ” anthology from … Continue reading “Cons, Dames, & G-Men” An Anthology Part 3
(Gems of Sisterhood Book 3) Available to Pre-Order Release Date June 30th, 2017 “As a tribute to soldiers fighting for freedom all over the world, The Sisterhood brings you a special edition of the Gems of Sisterhood Series. Dedicated to those serving their countries in a military capacity, this book is chock full of stories about soldiers fighting for freedom! Meet Neferure, a true-life historical … Continue reading “Gems of Freedom” from The Sisterhood
Gems of Gratitude By The Sisterhood Alana Madden—Love’s Fate Chrissy Moon—Sharliss Christie Stratos—Intent Elizabeth Horton-Newton—Chloe’s Dream Jennifer L. Roche—A Ribbon of Rainbows Karen J. Mossman—In Distant Times LG Surgeson—The Tears of Winter Lily Luchesi—Unpunished Markie Madden—Jody’s Tail Publisher’s Note This book is a collection of short stories from authors all over the world. Some of the stories utilize the United Kingdom English spellings, which may … Continue reading Gems of Gratitude- Available Now!
Coming Soon!!! “Crooked Tales” Deception and Revenge in 15 Short Stories 15 Short Stories | 15 Authors. All very vengeful and deceitful: A Crooked Mile – Fiona Quinn Squatter – Ulla Hakanson The Scream of Silence – Pamela Crane Angel Heart – Michelle Medhat Beneath – Anita Kovacevic Confessions – Julie Mayerson Brown Death of a Sparrowman – Eric Gates Keeping It in the Family … Continue reading “Crooked Tales” – 15 Short Stories
I confess, I love a good short story or novella. Some of my favorite authors have written short stories that stick with me to this day. Edgar Allen Poe, James Joyce, O. Henry, Flannery O’Connor, John Cheever and, my favorite, Stephen King to name a few of those I admire. I enjoy short stories so much I decided to attempt to write some. I was … Continue reading Anthologies: Why Read Them?
Thanks so much to Anita’s Haven for this fun interview. “Twisted Tales” is currently available as a FREE E-book download at Readers Avenue Park. This anthology contains fifteen multi-genre short stories by an assortment of international authors. You’re sure to find a new indie author you’ll enjoy. Another brilliant gem from the Twisted Tales collection – Elizabeth H. Newton, author of romance mysteries Riddle and View … Continue reading TWISTED TALES & AUTHORS – The ELIZABETH H. NEWTON Interview
I love a good international spy story. I was reading Ian Fleming’s James Bond series when I was less than thirteen, much to my parents chagrin. I’d only read one of Alex Shaw’s books, Cold Blood, before diving into his short story in the anthology Twisted Tales. The Agent is a well written short that packs a neat punch. Set in Spain, British … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: The Agent by Alex Shaw
I must confess Mark Fine is one of my favorite indie author’s. I further confess his short story contribution to Twisted Tales, Karmic Odds, is one of my favorite stories in the collection. With the same adept use of prose he shows in his full length novel, The Zebra Affaire, Fine weaves a tale that is both compelling and disturbing. Beginning with an easy pace, … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: “Karmic Odds” by Mark Fine
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Elizabeth Horton-Newton is an #Awethor who started writing stories as a young child. She writes wonderful stories and her short story “April Shower,” can be found in Awethology Dark. Tell us a bit about yourself. I’ve been writing since I was a child. In fact, when I was in the fourth grade we had to write an essay… Continue reading New Indie #Awethor Elizabeth Horton-Newton