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  • Reviews

    Already have characters in my mind for the movie!!

    I could not put this book down. I wanted to know what would happen with Tressa, her assistant, her grandmother, and her new man. I loved the fact that she is a jewelry designer in her human role but royalty in her real life. She teaches about each gem stone and what it means and she is humble about her title. She is aware of her flaws despite being destined for greatness. As I read, I felt I could visualize everything so easily. Great job!! Amazon Customer on Tressa’s Treasures

  • Reviews

    Great Celtic mythology story

    “I found that this story was more about Xander than it was about Tressa. It revolved around Xander’s bonding with Tressa, his bonding with the Claíomh Solais (Sword of Light) and protector of Tressa, the King’s Jewel. It was interesting to see the sword through Tressa’s eyes, as it bound itself to Xander’s aura. This story was also about Xander’s family, specifically his father and missing mother. After a mysterious phone call about Xander’s father, Tressa and Xander rush off to find out what has happened. There they happen upon several Unseelie loose in city where Xander’s father lives. Which might attribute to his father’s disintegrating memory. They also find…

  • Public Appearance

    Eastern Monroe Public Library Book Expo 2017

    Our local library had their annual Book Expo on April 15, 2017. I was honored to be one of the 30 local authors participating. It was an eclectic collection of fiction and nonfiction authors encompassing a variety of genres. Although it wasn’t especially well attended, probably because it was Easter weekend, I had a fun time meeting other authors who live in the Pocono mountains. I will definitely attend again next year and hope to see more of you there. In the meantime, I have a few pictures to share:     Here I am with my friend Sahar Abdulaziz, the author of 5+ books. I just started reading her…

  • News/Updates

    Interview and Book Review on Serious Reading

    Serious Reading, the website that helps readers find their next good book, has published an interview with me and a review of Tressa’s Treasures. Here is a taste of each post and a link to follow if you would like to read the entire story. Interview with Belinda M Gordon, author of “Tressa’s Treasures” What works best for you: Typewriters, fountain pen, dictate, computer or longhand? I tend to use various methods depending on what draft I’m working on. I plot my books longhand using index cards. I dictate much of the first draft, then I work on the computer keyboard to fine tune it. Do you have a set…