“Something Wicked Draws Near: The Phoenix Series Book 7” by Ted Tayler

  I’ve been reading the Phoenix/Olympus Project series from the first book. As an avid fan, I am happy to review the most recent book, Something Wicked Draws Near: The Phoenix Series Book 7 by Ted Tayler. This installment picks up after Phoenix and Athena are married and introduces Olympus to a new and growing threat, The Grid. This organization is led by a wealthy … Continue reading “Something Wicked Draws Near: The Phoenix Series Book 7” by Ted Tayler

Traci Sanders: On Indie Publishing

Traci Sanders is a multi-genre, multi-award-winning author of ten published titles, with contributions to three anthologies. An avid blogger and supporter of Indie authors, she writes parenting, children’s, romance, and nonfiction guides. Her ultimate goal is to provide great stories and quality content for dedicated readers, whether through her own writing or editing works by other authors.  TIP 289: Ten ways authors can strengthen the Indie … Continue reading Traci Sanders: On Indie Publishing

Interview From Anita’s Haven (reposted)

A big thank you to Anita Kovacevic for interviewing me on her blog, Anita’s Haven. Her interviews are always in-depth and personal. This one is related to the paperback release of the Readers Circle of Avenue Park short story anthology, Crooked Tales. My short story, Red Queen Check is one of fifteen by an international group of writers.            Anita’s Haven CROOKED INTERVIEW with … Continue reading Interview From Anita’s Haven (reposted)

April Books and News

I have an interesting reading list this month. Some fiction, some non-fiction, and even a book to help writers, write! LOVE The Beat Goes On by Lynda Filler (Available for pre-order now. Available 4/6/17) When your cardiologist tells you to “Get your affairs in order, your heart condition is incurable,” what do you do? In 2008 that’s exactly what happened to Lynda Filler. Lynda shares … Continue reading April Books and News

March Book Blog

March Book Blog & Newsletter Ah, March Lion or Lamb? St. Patrick’s Day! March Madness (only basketball fans will get this one)!  The Ides of… What does that mean? The phrase “Beware the Ides of March” is a quote from William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”, and is a soothsayer’s message to Caesar warning him of his impending death. In fact Caesar was assassinated on March 15th, 44 … Continue reading March Book Blog

Crazy Writer Couple’s First Newsletter

Beware the Ides of March! Welcome to The Crazy Writer Couple’s First Newsletter FREE E-Book Download “The Crazy Writer Couple’s Crazy Anthology” A Collection of Short Stories by Elizabeth Horton-Newton & Neil Douglas Newton Beware the Ides of March! What does that mean? The phrase “Beware the Ides of March” is a quote from William Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”, and is a soothsayer’s message to Caesar … Continue reading Crazy Writer Couple’s First Newsletter

Why authors ♡ their characters – by Elizabeth H. Newton

I’m delighted to have been invited to share my insights into my main characters and how I feel about them. Anita’s Haven is one of my favorite blogs and it’s always a delight to be featured with her. Check out all the blogs in the “Why Authors Love Their Characters” series. Then take a look at the books they have written. You’re guaranteed to find … Continue reading Why authors ♡ their characters – by Elizabeth H. Newton

Movies & Books to Avoid Watching the Illegitimate Inauguration of the Illegitimate President

I’ve remained a-political on my blog for some time. I’ve been more inclined to support and promote deserving authors than to raise my blood pressure writing about the mess our country is currently in. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter you already know I am anti-Trump. I have elected to boycott the upcoming fake and illegitimate inauguration by watching movies, reading, and writing. … Continue reading Movies & Books to Avoid Watching the Illegitimate Inauguration of the Illegitimate President

Thanksgiving Book Deals

“View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” will be FREE on Amazon Kindle Nov 21 through Nov 23 in memory of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. This romantic thriller takes a fictional “what if” look at the JFK assassination. Suppose accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald had lived to defend himself. Imagine if 50 years after the assassination someone … Continue reading Thanksgiving Book Deals

Great Halloween Reads

I confess, Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love the costumes, the decorations, the imagination, and the silliness of pumpkin decorating, haunted houses, corn mazes, and treats salty and sweet. It’s a time to enjoy fantasy, being scared, spooky stories, bonfires, and parties. There are books, by both indie writers and writers that have publishing houses behind them, that I turn to during the Halloween … Continue reading Great Halloween Reads