Interview From Anita’s Haven (reposted)

A big thank you to Anita Kovacevic for interviewing me on her blog, Anita’s Haven. Her interviews are always in-depth and personal. This one is related to the paperback release of the Readers Circle of Avenue Park short story anthology, Crooked Tales. My short story, Red Queen Check is one of fifteen by an international group of writers.            Anita’s Haven CROOKED INTERVIEW with … Continue reading Interview From Anita’s Haven (reposted)

“The Munich Girl” by Phyllis Edgerly Ring

It is difficult for an author to take an unpopular, historical person and create a sympathetic character. Phyllis Edgerly Ring accomplishes this with skill in her novel, “The Munich Girl”. The story revolves around Anna Dahlberg who is dealing with a series of dramatic events in her life. Her mother passes away before she can reveal some family secret she has kept for years. Her … Continue reading “The Munich Girl” by Phyllis Edgerly Ring

Interview From Anita Kovacevic

Thanks so much to Anita Kovacevic for this interview! See it here on her blog Anita’s Haven Meet Elizabeth H. Newton BY ANITA KOVACEVIC ON 08/11/2016 Absolutely thrilled to be interviewing one of my favourite authors, whose villains from Riddle and Twisted Tales haunt me to this very day (in a good, book-fan way;). If you love mystery or romance, she packs it all together … Continue reading Interview From Anita Kovacevic


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

Jessica Wren- An Interview with the Author of “Ice”

Jessica Wren: Elizabeth, I wanted to thank you for giving me a chance to give a more detailed of explanation of Ice. It’s my first novel, and I’m learning  What is the title of your latest book? Ice is currently my only published novel. I am working on a novel called Earth right now, which will also be a paranormal crime thriller and the first … Continue reading Jessica Wren- An Interview with the Author of “Ice”

Author Interview- Neil Newton, The Railroad

What could be more fun than interviewing your author husband? I could think of a lot of things; snorkeling in the Caribbean, cruising the Mediterranean, having a cappuccino and biscotti in Venice… Be that as it may, I undertook the daunting task of interviewing my husband, Neil Newton, about his book “The Railroad” and his experiences writing. We’ve been married for over thirteen years so … Continue reading Author Interview- Neil Newton, The Railroad

Kristin Gleeson – Author and So Much More

When I read Kristin Gleeson’s novella,“A Trick of Fate”, I knew I had to interview her. Since the book was a prequel to what was to become a series I thought it might be fun to get a little insight into where the characters were going. Upon reading her Bio on Amazon I became even more intrigued. Here was a woman with a wide scope … Continue reading Kristin Gleeson – Author and So Much More

An Interview with Author Michelle Medhat

Michelle Medhat, author of “Connected: The Call and The Shift” was kind enough to consent to an interview for “Between the Beats”. Michelle is as complex as her books; brilliant and articulate she shares her thoughts freely. To say she is an interesting woman would be trite. Her motivation for writing her books is not what you might expect. It is with great pleasure I … Continue reading An Interview with Author Michelle Medhat

“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

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