31st January is World Leprosy Day. World Leprosy Day seeks to increase public awareness of leprosy, a chronic infectious skin disease. The day also helps to debunk common myths associated with leprosy. You can read more about it here. As soon as I saw the day it reminded me of a school project I did… Continue reading World Leprosy Day
WINNER OF THE 2020 ANTHONY AWARD The Award-Winning Novel by USA TODAY Bestselling Author and EMMY- Winning Reporter HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN USA Today Bestseller! Now an ANTHONY AWARD WINNER and MACAVITY AWARD NOMINEE! Now a MARY HIGGINS CLARK AWARD NOMINEE! Now an AGATHA NOMINEE! Best Contemporary Novel BEST OF 2019! Suspense Magazine BEST OF 2019! Law student… Continue reading The Murder List
A STUNNING DEBUT OF POST-APOCALYTIC FICTION BY CANADA’S OWN, ROBERT G. PENNER Published by Radiant Press, the book is now available worldwide in both print, digital format and audiobook! "With this brilliant debut, Penner thoughtfully upends the tropes of postapocalyptic fiction" -- Publishers Weekly Strange Labour is a powerful meditation on the meaning of humanity… Continue reading #1 ON AMAZON BI-SEXUAL HOT NEW RELEASES
BEAUTIFUL, FRIGHTENING, AND SILENT The debut novel by critically acclaimed Horror Author, Jennifer Anne Gordon Published by Livre Maison, the book is available worldwide, in digital and print across all platforms! Adam, a young alcoholic, slowly descends into madness while dealing with psychological scars of childhood trauma which are reawakened when his son and wife… Continue reading WINNER KINDLE BOOK AWARD FOR BEST HORROR/SUSPENSE 2020
It's beginning to look a lot like murder . . . And Cassandra is knee deep in . . . Suspects. Her boss is dead, and the police are calling it burglary gone wrong. But when the killer comes after her, it's going to take more than a pair of furry boots to keep the… Continue reading The Saga of Cassandra Sato Continues With The Third Book In The Mystery Series
I am part of this, and everything he said is true. If you are an author and work on your own, why not work with us? Together we are better.
We are all guilty, at times, of taking things for granted, and that includes me.
For example, I have taken it for granted you know what Electric Eclectic is and how it works, which I know you, or at least many people, do not.
So, I shall endeavour to explain…
Whether you are an established author, an emerging writer or a debut novelist, all of us have one main wish when it comes to our works; we want our books to be read.
To achieve your dream, you must let the world know you have written a great work, a wonderful collection of short stories or poetry, an enticing novel, your mémoire, or whatever writings you may publish.
This is when things become difficult for indie authors. Few of us have the funds, the know-how, the contacts, the experience or the backing to compete with mainstream publishing houses.
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I love cats and dogs and this is a great blog about a cat called Nero and how young Nero had his first collar. It will make you laugh and the pictures of him are so cute.
Honest to God, sometimes I don’t understand the mind of a cat, they do the daftest things one could imagine.
We’ve had Nero since the end of April, making him 16 mths old. He is one of those cats who loves tummy rubs, insists on a morning cuddle and is starting to enjoy going outside to play with the neighbour’s cats. Not that they necessarily want him to play.
On Sunday we went shopping and I remembered to buy him a collar. It was a lovely bright blue colour with a bell. The first thing we did was take the bell off. Nero hates noises like that. My darling husband warned me to put on gloves and long sleeves due to a cat who hates being handled unless he’s ready. Strangely enough, without gloves or long sleeves, I was able to put the collar on him without any issue.
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There are plenty of superb articles, short stories, and books to share in this magazine. My book Toxic is featured and look out for Victory75, a VE day anthology, I’ve written an article based on the story in the book. All reblogs of this will be gratefully appreciated.
The August 2020 edition of Electric Press – Literary Insights magazine is now online. Read for FREE by following this link
We welcome contributions and submissions for the next edition of Electric Press magazine, the November 2020 edition. Click HEREfor details
The Magic of Stories is part of Electric Eclectic Books. Stories are wonderful, they weave magical threads that draw you into a world different from your own. We all need escapism and many, like me, like to do this with a good book. I've always said stories are not just fictional. True life tales can… Continue reading Introduction to The Magic of Stories book
We've all travelled on a coach or bus in our youth when we were young and carefree. For me I remember a train ride where four of us went on a day trip to Alderley Edge, in Cheshire. A area where the 'Edge' provides magnificent views as well as a few interesting caves along the… Continue reading A Bus Drive Never Forgotten