Book Brief: Fateful Night

Fateful NightFateful Night
by K.R. Hughes and T.L. Burns
Genre of this Book: Historical Fiction
Word count: 70,154

Did Marilyn Monroe commit suicide? Did someone get away with an elaborate plot to murder the famous sex goddess? On that “Fateful Night” in August 1962 find out what may have happened to her and why she was killed. Many argue that she was involved in way too many secrets from different factions of the world. She was a smart woman who could play the dumb blonde to attain her stardom yet she unwittingly learned of conspiracy plots and political threats that would not only end her life but that of the current president, John F. Kennedy.

In this fast paced suspense every major player of the early sixties is involved, from the world politicians, to the Rat Pack, to Hollywood, and the mafia. What if Marilyn Monroe had lived and what if what she knew could have saved JFK?

Fact or fiction? What if….

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Flash Fiction Challenge: The Objective

IMG_4228glacier Until two weeks ago, I led a perfectly ordinary life. Ever since I woke up in the hospital, people have been trying to kill me and I have no idea why.

I knew this place had some significance. It was as if I had been here before, but I had no memory of it. Why I was drawn to this place? I knew part of the answer must be here. I also knew I had been followed…

In 250 words or less, tell us a story incorporating the elements in the picture. The 250 word limit will be strictly enforced.

Please keep language and subject matter to a PG-13 level.

Use the comment section below to submit your entry. Entries will be accepted until Tuesday at 5:00 PM Pacific Time.

On Wednesday afternoon, we will open voting to the public with an online poll for the best writing entry accompanying the photo. Voting will be open until 5:00 PM Thursday.

On Friday afternoon, the winner will be recognized as we post the winning entry along with the picture as a feature. Then, at year end, the winners will be featured in an anthology like this one. Best of luck to you all in your writing!

Entries only in the comment section. Other comments will be deleted. See HERE for additional information and terms.

Twubs Follow Fest

twubs followThis past week, we had an article about registering your hashtag. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to check it out and registered a #hashtag you want to share with the world.

This is how it works: If you are an author, publisher, publicist, literary agent, book reviewer, librarian (or especially a book-lover), etc., in the comments below, paste in the link for your Twubs hashtag. (Please, only ONE hashtag per person.) Make sure you show some love to the hashtags in the comments above yours, and check back throughout the day to catch up. To get your link, merely go to your hashtag’s Twubs page and copy the link circled in pink at the top of the picture above (i.e. –

Click on the person’s link in the comments section below, and you will go to their Twubs profile. Then click Join this Twub. (See photo above.)

This should be fun and should generate a lot of exposure for everyone who plays. Let’s get the party started!