“Cons, Dames, & G-Men” An Anthology Part 3

The third story in the “Cons, Dames & G-Men” anthology is Dark at the Top of the Stairs by Elizabeth Horton-Newton. Here is a review of this short story from author Neil Douglas Newton. Review of “Dark at the top of the Stairs”   by Elizabeth Horton-Newton “Dark at the Top of the Stairs” is a story that can be found in the “Cons, Dames & G-Men ” anthology from … Continue reading “Cons, Dames, & G-Men” An Anthology Part 3

Cons, Dames and G-Men: An Anthology

Cons, Dames, and G-Men An Anthology Celebrating the Golden Age of Crime From Stab in the Dark Crime Writers Circle I grew up reading crime stories and watching crime movies. I don’t mean the kind of crime tales you can get now. I’m talking about the gritty crime of the thirties through the early fifties. My father introduced me to the genre and I was … Continue reading Cons, Dames and G-Men: An Anthology

Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day

How about a FREE Kindle copy of a sexy contemporary romance this St. Patrick’s Day? Carved Wooden Heart by Elizabeth Horton-Newton &Starla Hartless FREE  Amazon Kindle   March 17th – March 19th     “A sexy encounter with a talented native artist, a broken heart, and a knight in shining armor are just the beginning in this passionate romance. Dani Stone never expected to fall … Continue reading Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day

“Riddle” – FREE on Amazon Kindle

As my followers can tell you, Halloween is my favorite holiday. To celebrate I have made my romantic thriller, Riddle, free on Kindle through November 3rd, 2016. It has a 4.6 star rating overall and has received some great reviews. If you’ve thought about buying it this is your opportunity to get it free. If you know nothing about it, here’s the blurb, a few … Continue reading “Riddle” – FREE on Amazon Kindle

October Book Blog

October is my favorite month of the year! Fall is usually crackling in the air (yes fall crackles), Halloween is coming, and it’s time for candy apples, hayrides, hot cider, and scary books and movies. It’s also my favorite time to travel. You may have noticed my Book Blog is early. By the time you read this I will probably be in Barcelona, Spain or … Continue reading October Book Blog

TWISTED TALES & AUTHORS – The ELIZABETH H. NEWTON Interview

Thanks so much to Anita’s Haven for this fun interview.  “Twisted Tales” is currently available as a FREE E-book download at Readers Avenue Park. This anthology contains fifteen multi-genre short stories by an assortment of international authors. You’re sure to find a new indie author you’ll enjoy. Another brilliant gem from the Twisted Tales collection – Elizabeth H. Newton, author of romance mysteries Riddle and View … Continue reading TWISTED TALES & AUTHORS – The ELIZABETH H. NEWTON 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: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Old Habits by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

I saved this review for last for two reasons. I am the author and it would be rather inappropriate for me to review my own story. Secondly, I was waiting to see if anyone else reviewed it so I could at least share that review. Although my full length books View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale and Riddle are romantic thrillers, my favorite … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Old Habits by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Weather the Storm by Neil Douglas Newton

Neil Newton’s contribution to the anthology Twisted Tales is as different from his book The Railroad as cherries are to onions. Weather the Storm is pure science fiction, complete with other worldly beings. I won’t call them aliens because I don’t want to conjure up images of little green men or tall gray creatures. Written in the first person, the story instantly drew me in. … Continue reading TWISTED TALES: 15 Literary Lies & Epic Yarns: Weather the Storm by Neil Douglas Newton