Thanks to all the readers who came out to support the cover reveal for “Riddle” today on Facebook. It was a great turnout and I got to give away an e-copy and a signed paperback. Along with the cover I shared a couple of excerpts from the book. If you missed it here are the excerpts I shared. I hope you enjoy them and will … Continue reading “Riddle” Book Cover Reveal
On May 25th at 9:00 AM ET (until 6:00 PM ET) please join me as I reveal the cover for my new book, “Riddle”. I am very impressed with the artwork of Rachel Bostwick who has captured the essence of the story. There will be games and prizes and, I hope, fun. So put on your most comfortable clothes, find a relaxing spot, grab your … Continue reading Cover Reveal for “Riddle” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton
Horton-Newton: Senior citizens are protagonists in JFK assassination thriller Welcome to this week’s guest, Elizabeth Horton-Newton. She was born and raised in New York City. She began writing when she was a child, writing stories for friends and family. In the 4th grade at P.S. 151 in Manhattan she wrote an essay about her dream job–she wanted to be an author. She continued to write … Continue reading Recent Interview
While my next book, “Riddle”, is basically a romantic thriller it touches on an issue that I’ve been concerned about for some time. About twenty years ago it came as a shock to me to learn that babies and children of indigenous First Nations People were systematically taken from their families with the belief they would have better lives if they left their heritage behind … Continue reading The Story Behind “Riddle”
I’m thrilled to have one of my favorite Indie Authors here today. Please welcome Anita Kovacevic. I “discovered” her in a group called Books Go Social. When I read her book “The Threshold” I fell in love with it. Suspenseful and compelling I couldn’t put it down. (see my review here: https://elizabethnnewton.com/2015/02/17/the-threshold-anita-kovacevic/) So let’s get started… What is the title of your latest book? I … Continue reading Author Interview – Anita Kovacevic
Congratulations to the three winners of my Goodreads Giveaway! Each winner will receive a signed copy of “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale. Dee Entrekin, Laura Maclean, Shelby Freese. For alternate history fans this book is an amazing passionate twist on Kenndy/Oswald saga. View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald TaleView From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale by Elizabeth Horton-Newton My rating: … Continue reading Goodreads Giveaway Winners & Latest Review
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View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale by Elizabeth Horton-Newton My rating: 5 of 5 stars As a fan of Alternate History literature I was in my element reading Elizabeth Newton’s imaginative and provocative tale of those tragic events–on that mind numbing day, November 22, 1963, But that’s merely the capstone on which this fine story is based;… Continue reading For alternate history fans this book is an amazing passionate twist on Kenndy/Oswald saga.
Three SIGNED copies of this re-edited and re-formatted 4.6 star romantic thriller. A fictional tale that asks what if. Why are strangers suddenly appearing in a sleepy North Carolina town? What do they have to do with widow Olivia Roberts? Why is her neighbor and friend Bill Horton so dead set against her traveling to Dallas, Texas? When she journeys from her North Carolina home … Continue reading Goodreads Giveaway – Ends April 15th!
I was sixteen when my parents died. It was no great loss. That may seem like a dreadful thing to say. However my parents were not the loving, nurturing people many parents are. Note I did not say all parents. I’ve learned that being a parent is not always born of a desire to bear and raise a child in a happy home. While my … Continue reading “Stolen” A Work in Progress by Elizabeth Newton
On November 22, 1963 at approximately 12:30 PM (CST), President John F. Kennedy the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Forty-five minutes after the shots were fired in Dealey Plaza Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested at the Texas Theater. However Oswald was not arrested for shooting the president. He was arrested for the fatal shooting of a Dallas policeman, J.D. … Continue reading November 22, 1963 and Forward: Assassination of a President