“Gold, Silver, and Bombs: The Phoenix Series Book 2” by Ted Tayler

In his second book of the Phoenix series, “Gold, Silver, and Bombs”, Ted Tayler amps up the action and the tension. As the Olympus Project tackles the potential terrorist attacks on the 2012 London Olympics, Colin (Phoenix) rises in the esteem of his fellow project warriors. The teams throw out all the stops as they attempt to outwit terrorist plans to use the Olympics as … Continue reading “Gold, Silver, and Bombs: The Phoenix Series Book 2” by Ted Tayler

“The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine: An Interview

It is rare to meet an independent author whose writing is as extraordinary as Mark Fine’s. I don’t say that lightly. Over the past several months I have almost exclusively read books by indie authors. Many were very good, some were good, but Mark Fine is in a category of his own. “The Zebra Affaire” is much more than the romantic tale of interracial lovers … Continue reading “The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine: An Interview

Birthing a Book: The Launch of “Riddle”

On Sunday June 21, 2015 I launched my second book, “Riddle”. She “weighed” in at a whopping 326 pages. That’s quite a bit larger than her older sister, “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” who was a tiny 212 pages. I hope older sister won’t feel too threatened by “Riddle”; after all “View” has 48 reviews already and has a delightful 4.5-star rating … Continue reading Birthing a Book: The Launch of “Riddle”

“Riddle”- Book Launch and Author Takeover

June 21, 2015 at noon Eastern Time the exciting new book “Riddle” will be available on Kindle. It promises to be 326 pages of suspense, romance, murder, sex, love, and mystery. A fine group of authors will get together for six hours to talk about their books as well. There will be games, giveaways, gifts, and fun. These are authors from a variety of genres. … Continue reading “Riddle”- Book Launch and Author Takeover

Author Interview – Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Originally posted on Marcia Weber Martins:
Today I welcome  Elizabeth Horton-Newton, I was born and raised in New York City and started writing short stories when I was in elementary school. I studied Communications at Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. Moving to Tennessee in 1989 I earned a degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I also hold a certification in Forensic… Continue reading Author Interview – Elizabeth Horton-Newton

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…)