I’ve had the honour of reading fifty-three books in 2021. Truly a record for me. Now I have to decide the most enjoyable one of the year, and what comes a close second and third There are some stand-out stories, and some I’ve not liked as much. There are long books and short ones, exciting,… Continue reading Best Book of the Year
This is my last review of 2021, and the last book I've completed. See my year in books here. Many years ago I used to watch TV soaps. I loved the gossip and a glimpse into people’s everyday lives. Whose marriage was in trouble? Who had mischievous teenagers? And more controversially, which neighbours were having… Continue reading Christmas in the Scottish Highlands by Donna Ashcroft
Karen’s Magic Review A winner of the Electric Electra Books Novella Competition 2020, I had this on pre-order and hadn’t realised it was a Christmas story. It's a very deep, thought-provoking tale about 16-year-old Tristan and his family, and all set over the Christmas period. It takes you on an unusual journey with a comet… Continue reading A Different Kind of Christmas Story, Below Torrential Hill, a review
JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS! JACKRABBIT JINGLE BALLS The newest novella in the Jackrabbit Junction series by USA Today Bestseller, ANN CHARLES! To be released on November 26, 2021 Holiday Recipe for Madcap Merrymaking in Jackrabbit Junction Start with a bawdy night sprinkled with tinsel tassels and jingle balls, toss in a missing pair of underwear, and… Continue reading Jack Rabbet Jingle Balls
This came as a free Christmas gift in the author's newsletter. She often sends short stories for her subscribers, all with beautiful covers. It’s a great bonus to receive them. So when this came I assumed it was another short story, and looked forward to reading it, which I did almost immediately. It soon became… Continue reading Crimson Frost by JP McLean
I have learned in life that people enjoy getting their panties in a bunch, especially over stupid things. I have, also, come to understand that when …Happy Holidays To All!
A story I wrote a long time ago. It's a sad one with a happy ending and one to read quickly on your screen. I hope you like it. Read Here
A Christmas story for you to enjoy, and I will post any follow up installments. Published on the Hinkley Freepress
It is always nice to read a Christmas book at Christmas time. You know how I love books covers, they can be so intriguing! So this is from my sister site Norns Triad Publications. Please note that prices are at the discretion of Amazon, the author(s), or publisher(s), and they can change without notice.*99¢ ebooks were… Continue reading 99¢ Holiday eBooks
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.
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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…
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