I've got a Kindle Unlimited membership and I've been making good use of it lately. It really feels like I don't have to pay for books anymore. That's why I like having my stories in KU. These are novellas, which means they can be read over a weekend. So if you love reading and have… Continue reading Books to Read in a Weekend
Genre: Supernatural Book Description Ember Malloch has no idea her life is about to get turned upside down. Besides the fact that she sees the dead on occasion, she lives an ordinary mundane life. Her sister warned her not to provoke the spirits, but Ember has a mind of her own and she defies Becky… Continue reading Dusgadh
DEBUT RELEASE Blurb:Adam, a young alcoholic, slowly descends into madness while dealing with the psychological scars of childhood trauma which are reawakened when his son and wife die in a car accident that he feels he is responsible for. After a failed suicide attempt, and more group meetings that he can mention. Adam hears… Continue reading Beautiful, Frightening, and Silent by Jennifer Gordon
#pictpublishing A role to die for... Everyone wants to be a movie star. When indie director Darton Jellicoe heads off to Little Cocking Manor to film his life's opus, he doesn’t count on the interventions of a pair of actors from days gone by. While one longs to be in the limelight once again, the… Continue reading The Ghosts Of Little Cocking by Thérésa Hedges
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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Plaisted Publishing House and The Ghostly Writes Crew have done it again, bringing us yet an other collection of haunted tales and spooky poems. From ghostly encounters to haunted carnival rides, wicked forests and ghoulish manors, there is something inside for everyone. So curl up beneath your blanket and get ready to experience all the… Continue reading Ghostly Writes Anthology 2018
Plaisted Publishing House is pleased to present this new anthologies from writer's around the world. https://youtu.be/WdEbKLOGNqk There is nothing like holding the paperback in your hands. This is my review of the book. My story is called A Good Son and you can read it here.
Description Not your usual superhero tale. Amazon UK Amazon US Karen's Magic ReviewProbably the shortest description I have ever come across, which is a shame really. It's not going to entice readers in, so the only way to do it is word by mouth, and this is it. A great simple cover and you… Continue reading The Janitor by Ian Laney
Description A short 25 page true story to read waiting for a bus or if you need to, while sitting on the toilet, ha. My bad. INCLUDES RECIPE on the LAST PAGE of my evening meal with a British Seventh Daughter. Seventh Daughter reached number #1 in British // Irish reads on 1st November 2017!… Continue reading Seventh Daughter by Jessie B. Tyson
DescriptionHave you lost a loved one? Do you see or hear them? This anthology gives you a selection of short stories plus two poems about the ghosts who can’t move on, be it due to love or hate. From the Highlands of Scotland to Wales, England, the USA & Canada, you will find something which… Continue reading A Ghostly Review