View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale On November 22, 1963, my life and the lives of people around the world were changed. Whether you are old enough to remember or have read about it in books, the assassination of the 35th president of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was a shocking event. From the beginning, there were questions surrounding the assassination. Was … Continue reading “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” FREE!
I’ve been an avid reader of Ted Tayler’s Phoenix Series since the beginning. With that being said, the final book in the series, Larcombe Manor, is heart breaking. Well written, with plenty of high stakes action, book twelve had me turning pages frantically. As the dedicated members of the Olympus Project continue their war with The Grid, led by Tyrone O’Riordan and his mother Colleen, … Continue reading Larcombe Manor: The Phoenix Series – Book 12 by Ted Tayler
“Scarlett has awoken in hospital, she has no memory of the accident, no recollection of events leading up to it. But she remembers Travis – or is he a mere figment of her imagination? Makayla thinks so. Strange things, unexplainable happenings begin to torment Scarlett. Is she losing her mind? Others, including Makayla, suspect this is so. But her vision of Travis is unequivocal, he … Continue reading “Phantom Footprints: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Ian Welch
“To the entire world Rick has it all, rock stardom, fame, fortune… but inside he is burning out. On the edge of depression and a breakdown he takes to an isolated shoreside hideaway and crawls into a bottle. But he is not alone. Gemma is in the apartment below, a lonesome, solitary figure, who is always in tears. Inevitably their paths cross, each time getting … Continue reading “A Cry in the Night: An Electric Eclectic Book” By Karen J. Mossman
I’ve enjoyed Mark Fine’s writing since I read his novel, The Zebra Affaire. Delighted to find his Electric Eclectic novelette, Mark of the Hyena, I eagerly dove into reading it. Fine’s writing is almost poetic; his use of words musical. This short story captures all the beauty and harshness of sub-Sahara Africa. When the San Bushman of the Kalahari, N!xau, comes across the barely living … Continue reading “Mark of The Hyena: An Electric Eclectic Book” – By Mark Fine
My latest book, “Stolen Gypsy” is available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle for $.99 through April 15th. After that, the price will increase to $2.99. “Her parents are dead. The government has failed her. Now she doesn’t even know who she is. Terza Blackstone is rescued by handsome Irishman Tristan Devlin and that begins the search for her true identity. When everything you thought was … Continue reading Celebrate with Me! Book Deals!
As many of my followers and supporters know, I love to write short stories. I enjoy the challenge of creating viable characters and setting them down in situations that range from the frightening to the poignant. Electric Eclectic Books has released five of my longer short stories, novelettes, under their banner. It’s an honor to have my work represented alongside such notable authors as Paul … Continue reading Win-Win with Electric Eclectic Books
I love a solid horror story and Paul White has crafted one with his novelette, Three Floors Up: An Electric Eclectic Book. Beginning with an unnamed man observing the street outside his third-floor window, the story builds step by step, navigating the recesses of his mind like an alligator-infested swamp. He is a spectator who watches the world outside and the people who move … Continue reading “Three Floors Up: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White
Before reading award winning author Geoff Nelder’s new book, Xaghra’s Revenge, I contacted him about the possibility of interviewing him. Having finished this historical fiction with romance, fantasy, action, and the paranormal, I wondered what would motivate a well-known writer of science fiction to make such a dramatic change in genre. I invited Geoff to guest on my blog and share his inspiration, how he … Continue reading “Geoff What-if Nelder” In His Own Words