Two More From “Crooked Tales”

Short Story Day is September 21, 2016 Be sure to have your collection ready! “Short stories consume you faster. They’re connected to brevity. With the short story, you are up against mortality. I know how tough they are as a form, but they’re also a total joy.” – Ali Smith “All Hail the Short Story” The dreaded carpool lane at the local elementary school. Halftime during … Continue reading Two More From “Crooked Tales”

“Crooked Tales” – 15 Short Stories

Coming Soon!!! “Crooked Tales” Deception and Revenge in 15 Short Stories 15 Short Stories | 15 Authors. All very vengeful and deceitful: A Crooked Mile – Fiona Quinn Squatter – Ulla Hakanson The Scream of Silence – Pamela Crane Angel Heart – Michelle Medhat Beneath – Anita Kovacevic Confessions – Julie Mayerson Brown Death of a Sparrowman – Eric Gates Keeping It in the Family … Continue reading “Crooked Tales” – 15 Short Stories

Emely’s Destiny

  Emely’s Destiny By Ariel Marie Cover by Ariel Marie Release Date: August 20, 2016   Book Blurb: Norrix Buchner’s loyalty knew no boundaries. As a king’s guard and one of the deadliest vampires, he was sworn to remain true to his king. In the absence of his king, he led the king’s guard in protecting and providing a safe refuge for displaced vampires. Now … Continue reading Emely’s Destiny

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

Brain to Books Blog Tour – Alexandar Tomov

Fast Fact Alexandar Tomov Author: Александър Томов a.k.a. Alexandar Tomov, Jr. Genre: Absurd, dystopia, fantasy, fiction, post-apocalyptic, grotesque, and drama. Books: Beyond the Absurd Goodreads Author Page Bio Alexander Tomov Jr. was born on June 3, 1982 in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. He is freelance writer and film director who is looking for realization abroad. His work consists of short stories and short films. … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Alexandar Tomov

Jackie Parry – Guest Blogger: Not Just Another Horse Tale

Donating To Charity – It’s Win/Win For You! I don’t know about you, but when I hear people raising money for charity I develop a mixed jumble of emotions. Announcement First up, let me say: for 99 cents/pence you can purchase a wonderful ebook (“hauntingly beautiful”) and I will donate 50% to charity…. please do read on…. Over the years I’ve given to cancer research, … Continue reading Jackie Parry – Guest Blogger: Not Just Another Horse Tale

“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

Cover Reveal for “Riddle” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

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