Although I have posted about the Electric Eclectic books brand before, I have envited Karen J. Mossman, owner of the Magic of Stories blog, to come onto my blog and give us a full overview. Take it away, Karen.
Electric Eclectic Books
Karen J Mossman
What are they?
They are e-book novelettes by different authors and different genres.
Two reasons, 1. They can introduce you to an author you may not have discovered before and, 2. You might love reading, but don’t have a lot of time. Most of the books can be read in an evening or a weekend.
All books are just £1/$1/E1
Where Can I get them?
They are available on Amazon, and other digital formats sites.
Tell us More?
Electric Eclectic Books are very new, launching in November last year. On May 15th we had ‘Book Blatt’ to tell everyone we are here. You may have seen posters and teasers around the Internet.
Electric Eclectic even have their own website where you can find out more, enter the quarterly competition, meet the authors and see all the books together in one place.
People are so busy these days, me included, and I love reading, but settling down to a novel is sometimes impossible. So being entertained by a shorter read is perfect. Especially as the summer is just about upon us where we travel to our holiday destinations. Many of us like to fill the journey with a book, or just read on the beach, how perfect is that? With EE books, you get a complete story and a great choice of themes.
I published my first book under this banner at the beginning of December and it was appropriately called One Christmas. I always wanted to write a Christmas story and this family drama fitted the bill perfectly.
As a multi genre writer, it is great for me to explore different themes and I am trying to work my way through as many as I can. Electric Eclectic is the perfect stage to showcase my work.
After Christmas I released my first science fiction story, Distant Time, a time travel story going back to WW2. This was closely followed by Down by The River. One I had written a long time ago after being inspired by Richard Marx’s Hazard in the 90s. I would describe it as thriller crime novel, with a touch of paranormal. Then finally I went for a soppy love story with a little twist at the end and called it A Cry in the Night.
I have plenty more ideas for EE books and look forward to getting them out there. In the meantime, I would love you to discover the many great authors that write under this banner.
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