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Between the Beats · 1W ago

Waiting by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

  Vermillion lips pursed in concentration while scarlet nails drummed on the pitted surface of the old table. Heavily shadowed eyes lined with black as dark as the night outside Stared blank...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

ARC Review of “A Handful of Fire” by Alexis Alvarez

As a fan of the earlier books by Alexis Alvarez I was prepared for a steamy love story. I was not prepared for the touching tale of Shai, Gabriel, and his son Michael in A Handful of Fire. M...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

Palm Sunday

Originally posted on Pink Fuzzy Slippers Authors: For Christians around the world, Palm Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week, which begins on Palm Sunday and includes Holy Thursday and Good ...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

The Coming of Spring: Reflections on Pesach and Judaism by Ivy Helman

It is, I think, quite common knowledge that most Jewish holidays relate to the seasonal cycles of the Earth.  Sukkot celebrates the fall harvest.  Chanukah sheds light on the winter darkness...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

Traci Sanders: On Indie Publishing

Traci Sanders is a multi-genre, multi-award-winning author of ten published titles, with contributions to three anthologies. An avid blogger and supporter of Indie authors, she writes parent...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

Welcome To Elmwood Park by A.C. Anderson

  Erotic romance conjures up visions of wild sex and intimate relationships. While the idea of a naughty town may not be novel, (remember Peyton Place?) A.C. Anderson peers behind the closed...
Between the Beats · 2W ago

Interview From Anita’s Haven (reposted)

A big thank you to Anita Kovacevic for interviewing me on her blog, Anita’s Haven. Her interviews are always in-depth and personal. This one is related to the paperback release of the Reader...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

“LOVE The Beat Goes On” by Lynda Filler

    Often self-help or books that offer advice on how to improve your life are pedantic or so “new-agey” to be taken seriously. This is not true of Lynda Filler’s book Love  The Beat Goes On...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

Verses Versus – Feel by Anita Kovacevic

    Poetry is very personal. Writing is personal, but, poetry comes from the soul. The words and the way they are presented tell the reader what the writer is feeling. In Versus Verses – Fee...
Between the Beats · 3W ago

April Books and News

I have an interesting reading list this month. Some fiction, some non-fiction, and even a book to help writers, write! LOVE The Beat Goes On by Lynda Filler (Available for pre-order now. Ava...