a passion for story
Our first new Duets ebook has launched! Two stories tied together by subject, theme, or even characters and presented in one volume. It’s now available on Smashwords, available next week on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. In this Duet: Lisa Silverthorne’s novelettes, A Dark Gloaming Blue and When the Sea Gives Up Her Dead, tell stories of shipwrecks and those who boarded these famous passenger ships.
Shipwrecks in Sea Minor: 2 Tales of Shipwrecks and Survival
A Dark Gloaming Blue: A young Irish woman’s search for her missing sister leads her aboard the R.M.S. Titanic where she must outwit a kidnapper and survive the worst disaster in maritime history.
When the Sea Gives Up Her Dead: An Irish American’s homecoming is shattered by the sinking of the R.M.S. Lusitania off the Irish coast. Struggling to make sense of the accident and his father’s death, he falls for his lovely Irish guide who takes him to a mysterious pier where ghosts step out of the sea.
The Needlewoman, a new short story by Lisa Silverthorne is now available from Smashwords. It will be available later in the week from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. This e-publication includes a bonus story originally published in the Sword & Sorceress anthology series.
To celebrate Spring, Elusive Blue Fiction is offering a 35% discount on Lisa Silverthorne’s fantasy romance e-collection, Magic of the Heart: 5 Stories of Magic and Romance. Get yours today!
Promotional price: $1.94
Coupon Code: EK96L
Expires: May 15, 2011
We have just released our first Quintet, a collection of 5 stories by author, Lisa Silverthorne
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Also, we have just published a new story by author Cait Griffin.
Smashwords | Amazon | Barnes & Noble
This week, Elusive Blue is pleased to announce the release of two new stories on Amazon.com and Smashwords.com.
Smashwords | Amazon
Smashwords | Amazon
Elusive Blue Fiction is a publisher with a passion for story. Fiction that pushes boundaries and reveals the magic of the ordinary, the human, and the not-so-human – no matter how elusive. The nautilus, a beautiful symbol of persistence and crossing boundaries, is the symbol of our fiction.