Psychological, Romance

Becoming Lili by Julia Blake

Description Never has an ugly duckling turned into such a beautiful swan… Book One in the Perennials Trilogy, Becoming Lili tells the story of an ugly duckling girl, Phyllis. Bullied viciously at school and unloved at home, Phyllis is a lonely teenager longing for so much more from life. Suddenly, a tragedy and a random… Continue reading Becoming Lili by Julia Blake

Dystopian, science Fiction, Thriller

Ravings of a Bi Polar Mind by T. W. Embry

Description In the dystopian universe of The Human, Thomas Scott, The Temporal Corps attempts to correct disastrous events through the use of time machines. Viewed from disparate angles, the stories in this book tell of resulting paradoxes and loops as timelines collide and intertwine. Including some of the author’s evocative poetry and many a fascinating… Continue reading Ravings of a Bi Polar Mind by T. W. Embry

Book, Inspirational, Young Adult/Teen

Finding Amanda, Missing People by Karen J. Mossman

  I was always fascinated by the reasons people went missing. What could be so bad that would make you want to walk away from your life and start again somewhere new? The original story was writtenn many years ago but it was unfinished. I couldn't quite find the missing element, so it went away… Continue reading Finding Amanda, Missing People by Karen J. Mossman

Children’s Stories, Christmas Reads, Crime, Dystopian, Erotica, Fantasy, Historical, Horror, Mystery, Paranormal, Post Apocolyptic, Psychological, Romance, science Fiction

Answering Questions

by Karen J Mossman

Ever wondered what Electric Eclectic books are? Seen the name around? Well this is an article direct from the horse’s mouth, as they say.

I write for them. I have those stories in my drawer.

Being a busy author/blogger amongst many other things, I often want to read a shorter book, and discovered new authors. I’ve then gone on toread their novels.

Elizabeth Horton Newton is a great example. Her novels are terrific, just what I love reading.

Check out this blog and do subscribe! You’ll love it!

Enter Here

 

82528956_2932118116798320_2800449132328648704_o

 

 

Electric Eclectic's Blog

129310

Recently, we have seen an increase in the number of people asking who or what is Electric Eclectic.

So, it is the question I shall answer here.

Technically, Electric Eclectic is a decentralised international co-operative alliance, managed by members in various countries around the globe, forming a strong branded synergy of collaborative association specialising in authorship, book branding, publishing, marketing and promotions.

Okay, I hear you say, but what does that all mean?

The best way for me to answer that question is to give a little history of Electric Eclectic.

A few years ago, I was browsing the net, looking for some books to read.

A simple task.

Well, no, not really. As I searched I quickly realised this was a bit of a minefield.

Not only is there a plethora of titles on major bookstores websites, but there are also books on offer, or discounted, or offering gifts…

View original post 1,013 more words

Articles

Why is being a grown-up so hard?!

Author Julia Blake always writes a fascinating weekly blog and worth reading.

Enter Here

 

Featured Image -- 8133

A Little Bit of Blake

It’s been a funny old week, one that started with me having the mother of all migraines. Now, I used to get these quite a lot during my teenage years, but then hormones settled down and I seemed to shake loose of them and never really suffered from them again, until last year. Then I had one that necessitated me being sent home from work. It was horrible, that sick pounding in my skull and the wonky vision but spending the day in a darkened room with no stimulation, seemed to do the trick and I haven’t had one since.

But last Sunday morning I awoke with a strange throbbing in my brain, I got up and ready for work, managed some breakfast, but all the time could feel this headache getting worse. I decided to go to work anyway. Like most British people, I don’t get paid for taking…

View original post 3,374 more words

Christmas Reads, Romance

A Christmas Consipiracy by Reet Singh

Description Christmas has never been more complicated! Goldie Gill works in a recruiting firm in Toronto and has had it with his mother's single-minded desire to see him married off to a nice girl. Goldie has no wish to find himself a nice girl - he is perfectly happy living the life and hanging out… Continue reading A Christmas Consipiracy by Reet Singh

Famous Authors, Fantasy, Historical, Romance

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

DescriptionWhat if your future was the past? 1946, and Claire Randall goes to the Scottish Highlands with her husband Frank. It’s a second honeymoon, a chance to learn how war has changed them and to re-establish their loving marriage. But one afternoon, Claire walks through a circle of standing stones and vanishes into 1743, where… Continue reading Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Thriller

Tell Me Why byRuth O’Neil

Description Lauren Adams is just an ordinary single girl, until one split-second decision throws her life into crisis. When she meets the handsome and intriguing Max Davies during a girls’ weekend away, she can’t believe her luck. But it soon turns out to be her biggest mistake. Max gets accused of murder, a murder that… Continue reading Tell Me Why byRuth O’Neil