Category Archives: Historical Fiction

James Moushon – The Authors’ Author

It’s my pleasure to feature James Moushon today. James is a tireless author promoter/mystery writer. I appreciate all the help he has given me in the promotion of the Pam of Babylon series! Thank you, James

About James from his website here.

James Moushon is a Mystery writer and a published writer in the electronic document field.

Starting over 15 years ago, he helped lead the startup of the electronic forms industry in the creation, conversion and usage of electronic forms by supplying that industry with a continuing source of published literature, software products and training seminars.

In 2003, Moushon changed his focus to ebooks and their development.

He is the author of the Jonathon Stone Mystery Novels. He has published three books: Black Mountain Secrets, Game of Fire and The Cajun Ghost plus several short stories including Operation No Sanctuary (June 2017), Operation Camp Navajo (July 2017), and Operation Asian Tiger (August 2017). Operation Sundown (November 2017), Operation Little Havana (December 2017), and Operation Listen Close (January 2018). All featuring CIA Agent Jonathon Stone.

He has spent the majority of his adult life developing computer systems and thinking about writing mysteries.

Novels and Short Stories: Jonathon Stone Mysteries

Operation Misdirection 

Black Mountain Secrets

Game of Fire

 

The Cajun Ghost

Operation Asian Tiger

Operation Camp Navajo

Operation No Sanctuary

operation no sanctuary

Operation Sundowner

Operation Little Havana

Operation Listen Close

Operation Red Dragon

Operation Deadline

 

Operation Runaway

Operation Hidden Truth

 

Contact Information

Contact James any time. Check out his blogs or just email him. His mission is to help other authors and write Mystery Novels.

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James BLOGS

Author Spotlight HBS Author’s Spotlight

Mystery Reader’s Circle HBS Mystery Reader’s Circle

eBook Author’s Corner Indie Author’s Corner

E-Mail anytime:    [email protected]

From History to Mystery – S.R. Mallery

From History to Mystery – S.R. Mallery

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Lyrical Uvi Poznansky

Uvi Poznansky is a bestselling, award-winning author, poet and artist. “I paint with my pen,” she says, “and write with my paintbrush.” Introducing a collection of her best selling books now on audio! My Own Voice The Music of Us   Dancing with Air   Marriage before Death Apart from Love The Edge of Revolt… Continue Reading

The David Chronicles – Uvi Poznansky

The David Chronicles – Uvi Poznansky

A reblog from Uvi Poznansky’s Blog   About my trilogy, The David Chronicles David is a character that has been fascinating me all my life. My new trilogy, The David Chronicles, is in his voice. It is the story of David as you have never heard it before: from the king himself, telling the unofficial version,… Continue Reading

Love a Long Time Ago …

Love a Long Time Ago …

…Is the Same Today, but with Different Hairstyles Writing historical fiction is liberating, with a caveat…don’t forget to eliminate all references to electronics. In my contribution to Rebels, Rogues, and Romantics, leaving those common details out of The Liberation of Ravenna Morton was actually easy, because she lives the same now in her cabin on… Continue Reading

Fun and Fast Interview and Giveaway with Uvi Poznansky

Fun and Fast Interview and Giveaway with Uvi Poznansky

From Uvi – I am honored to be interviewed on Tabitha Barret’s website, where I also offer a giveaway prize. She was curious to know Why should readers buy my book? To which I said: Regardless of genre, books can do one of two things: they can let you escape from reality, or they can… Continue Reading