I don't really know whether I believe in ghosts. I've never had an encounter, nor do I want one. I'm open-minded and believe that others have seen them and they believe. The one thing I do know is that I love to write about them. With this book, I had such great fun because I… Continue reading Pictures telling Stories, The Ghost on the Stairs
Description Sydney Moffitwas despised in some circles. He was viewed as the devil on earth. Sydney Moffit was a man loved by tens of thousands. He preached and said what everyone was thinking but too afraid to say. Sydney Moffit was Sinner Sid. He was an evangelist with a difference. He called himself a Sin… Continue reading Sinner Sid by Jack Kregas
by Karen J Mossman The Adventures of Cassidy Newbold is a collection of short stories. This is the first story in the book. Hampstead Heath was beautiful in the early morning sunlight. The dew sparkling on the grass gives it a magical appeal. The ground was elevated and I could see the city below. People… Continue reading Steps of a Killer
Everybody who loves stories will probably have grown up with fairy tales. I know I did. A lot of the famous authors we know and love today are fans of fairy tales. This includes the likes of C.S. Lewis, Terry Pratchett, and J.R.R. Tolkien. In fact, Charles Dickens said that fairy tales kept him ever… Continue reading Fun Facts about Fairy tales
Do you like fairy tales?
by Karen J Mossman
Did you know that we at Electric Eclectic also have a Facebook group? No? If you like stories, good quality articles, memes, humour and sharing, then you should come over and take a look.
You will be welcome to post and share something interesting, as we love interesting things! We try to make our group a little different to the norm. We love stories and life is full of stories. How are you coping with isolation, for instance? What is your passion or your hobby? These are the things we would like to know. Share your experiences, and read what others think, do, and enjoy.
When I was a child, I was brought up on fairy tales and nursery rhymes and it was where my love of stories first came from. I’m a multi genre author and tried my hand at fairy tale, something that creates…
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I’m teaming up with Electric Eclectic. Come over take a look. 😀
This is a short post to let you know what is happening with this, Electric Eclectic’s blog, right now.
As part of Electric Eclectics re-organisation and streamlining we are moving more information about Electric Eclectic to this site.
Regular visitors may notice the increase in the number of pages and there are more to come, along with links to relevant online pages, information and services.
Of course, we will still keep blogging so you are entertained with short stories, book excerpts and we will notify you when the latest edition of Electric Press magazine is ready for you to read. We shall continue recommending and reviewing books, hosting new book launches and, maybe, even indulge in the odd giveaway?
Two changes being made from now are, we will be sharing tips, advice and offering help to indie authors and writers, and we shall be sharing a monthly newsletter in conjunction…
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by Karen J Mossman I'm not a fan of horror or paranormal. I get spooked easily and have a very active imagination. As a teenager I would be plagued by nightmares for weeks. As I grew up I knew to stay away from anything like that. Recently, I was watching Gogglebox, a TV programme that… Continue reading Creepy Things
... is well underway with the first submissions received and our judges getting ready to read. The Electric Eclectic Novella Prize is open to all; complete novices, emerging writers, indie authors and small press published. Submissions are encouraged from all literary fictional genres with no restrictions on theme or subject. Electric Eclectic is looking for… Continue reading The ELECTRIC ECLECTIC NOVELLA FICTION PRIZE 2020
Electric Eclectic books are looking for submissions for their novella competition. I'd love to know if you entered. It really is a great competition. All the details are here.
By Karen J Mossman A couple of years ago I supported a campaign called Our Books Are Not Free! Something I truly believed in. Amazon take such a big chunk of royalty and on average I may earn about £6 a month, and on an extremely good month sell 10 books. I've been publishing since… Continue reading I know it’s Wrong, but…