Happy 2nd Anniversary Electric Eclectic

Two years ago, I was approached by fellow writer Paul White with a proposition. He had an idea. He wanted to bring quality books to readers. Recognizing that readers often had limited time to read, he proposed writing and publishing novelettes, short books that cost less than a full-sized novel and offered a good story that could be read while commuting to work or school, … Continue reading Happy 2nd Anniversary Electric Eclectic

FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

Originally posted on Mark Fine | Ruminations:
The Railroad by Neil Newton My rating: 5 of 5 stars There are times it takes great courage to write, especially when the events are personal—a major human-made catastrophe. Add to it a fictional focus is on the bleaker side of the human condition, and you have a book steeped with gravitas. This certainly is the case in author,… Continue reading FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

Brain to Books Blog Tour – Joshua Robertson & Gisela Hausmann

Brain to Books Blog Tour Just the Facts Name: Joshua Robertson Genre: Dark Fantasy Book: Melkorka of the Thrice Nine Legends series Official Site Bio Joshua began crafting the world for his dark fantasy series, Thrice Nine Legends, in 1999. Melkorka, the first book of the series, was published in 2015. The sequel, Dyndaer, will be released in January 2016. He is also the author … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Joshua Robertson & Gisela Hausmann

“Broken” by Roni-Askey-Doran

Broken by Roni Askey-Doran My rating: 5 of 5 stars Roni-Askey-Doran grabbed my attention from the very first sentence in “Broken”. I had to find out what would drive Emily Zylaz to decide to commit suicide on her birthday. As I followed Emily through her day and learned more about her journey to this pivotal day I began to understand how she came to that … Continue reading “Broken” by Roni-Askey-Doran

The Thousand Word Challenge

I just threw together a short, short story for a 100-word challenge. That started me thinking about all the wonderful Indie-Writers I know. I’ve read books by many of them. Because I enjoy reading and writing short stories I thought it would be fun to challenge my creative buddies to put pen to paper (or more accurately fingers to keyboard) and spin out a yarn … Continue reading The Thousand Word Challenge