“Down by The River: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

  Sometimes good things come in small packages. This is true of Karen J. Mossman’s thriller Down by The River: An Electric Eclectic Book. From the first paragraph when Shelby steps off the bus, the feeling of impending doom is palpable. She has returned to the small North Louisiana town where she had grown up to reconnect with her childhood friend Mary-Jo.   It is … Continue reading “Down by The River: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman

January Book and Story News 1/1 to 1/15/17

  Please check out my short story “The Vineyard” on my website. Feel free to share it with others! *✭Sale✭* Who loves a good historical romance Dive into a romantic journey, as Princess Grace enters court and experiences love and deceit. Witness the dangers a beautiful girl fights through, as her parents plan her rise to the throne. #TheKingsDaughter #HistoricalRomance Hot Fictional Historical Romance Amazon-http://mybook.to/KingsDaughter iTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1070561255 Kobo- https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/the-kings-daughter … Continue reading January Book and Story News 1/1 to 1/15/17

“Reaching for the Light, An Incest Survivors Story”: An Interview

“Reaching for the Light, An Incest Survivors Story” (Sisterhood of Survival) (Volume 1) By J.C. Christian “Reaching for the Light, An Incest Survivors Story” (Sisterhood of Survival) (Volume 1) is an intensely personal memoir by J.C. Christian. She has written about her shattering experience in bold and honest terms, holding nothing back. Child sexual assault is a subject many choose to avoid discussing so it … Continue reading “Reaching for the Light, An Incest Survivors Story”: An Interview

Teaser Tuesday: “Old Habits” Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Gaunt Thibideaux was a man of habits. And you know what they say. “Old Habits” die hard. “Gaunt Thibideaux was a man of habits. Some people in the town of Burkesville said he was set in his ways. That’s the way folks talked in Burkesville. In the summer Gaunt would mow his yard three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, whether it needed it … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday: “Old Habits” 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

“Footsteps” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

The sound came from upstairs; at least I thought it did. It was hard to tell with the dryer thumping and the washer filling with water.  I moved to the foot of the wooden steps that led up to the main level of the house and cocked my head to one side. Holding my breath I listened closely. It sounded as though the floorboards were … Continue reading “Footsteps” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

When I think of Jean Gill the word “renaissance” immediately comes to mind. I don’t mean the renaissance of the 12th century (the time period in her latest series) which was more social, political, and economic. Jean is like the renaissance of the 14th through the 17th centuries. Often considered the link between the Middle Ages and Modern History, the renaissance saw the “rebirth” of … Continue reading Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

Book Release – “The Railroad” by Neil Newton

On June 1, 2002 I married my soul mate. We met under rather unusual circumstances. I was a former New Yorker living in the South and he was a New Yorker living in New York. We are both writers and he had started an online writing critique group. Over time we learned his father had been the Chair of the Economics Department of the university … Continue reading Book Release – “The Railroad” by Neil Newton

Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

Charlie Flowers is as much an enigma as his creation Riz Sabir. His author page on Amazon.com tells very little about the creator of the series of books that bring more firepower to print than destroyed Dresden during WWII. Sabir along with his ever faithful girl gang, The Black Eye Girls, led by his significant other, the tough as nails Holly (Bang-Bang) Kirpachi slice up, … Continue reading Charlie Flowers and His Alter Ego Riz Sabir

Calling All Authors & Bloggers for a Literary World Trip

“Every day in July a new post will be published featuring book/location submissions from authors and readers.” This is a great opportunity to learn about new books, promote books, and for bloggers to share their favorites. It promises to be a lot of fun! You can submit entries until June 13, 2015. Continue reading Calling All Authors & Bloggers for a Literary World Trip