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Lisa Sugarman Blog Posts

INTERVIEW With Humorous Opinion Columnist Lisa Sugarman

Let’s give a big welcome to humorous opinion columnist, Lisa Sugarman. If y’all haven’t discovered Lisa yet take a peek at her blog It Is What It Is and see all the fun you’re missing. Be sure and enter Lisa‘s giveaway at the end of the interview. Did you always want to write? Yes. I’ve wanted to be a […]

Jennifer Saints Blog Posts

10 Questions With… Jennifer St. Giles!

This week Novels Alive TV and Be My Bard and are extraordinarily pleased to welcome USA Today Bestselling author JENNIFER ST. GILES to “10 Questions With…” 10 Questions With… 1.  Thank you for joining us for this 4th edition of “10 Questions With…”! Since this new edition begins/began in February it’s only fitting to ask first…When […]

A.J. Tata Blog Posts

Thriller Thursdays With… A.J. Tata!

Novels Alive TV is absolutely delighted to have with us today retired Brigadier General, patriot, ardent supporter of veterans causes, frequent commentator on news channels, avid surfer, fabulous author and all-around great guy, A.J. Tata! What drives your story forward in your books the most, the characters or the plot? We all love winners. USA network […]

Renee Bernard Blog Posts

10 Questions With… Renee Bernard

It is always a real pleasure when this week’s guest stops by to visit  and Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard. Please extend a warm and fuzzy welcome to USA Today Bestselling Author…the “Fantabulous” Renee Bernard! 1. Thank you for joining us for this 4th edition of “10 Questions With…”! Since this new edition begins/began in February […]

Jess Michaels Blog Posts

10 Questions With…Jess Michaels

Please join Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com in welcoming back, Award Winning Author…JESS MICHAELS! 10 Questions With… 1. Thank you for joining us for this 4th edition of “10 Questions With…”! Since this new edition begins/began in February it’s only fitting to ask first…When it comes to traditional Valentine’s day gifts would you rather have […]


 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
The Beauty and the Buccaneer
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Historical Romance

5 Star Review: The Beauty and the Buccaneer by A.R. Crimson

Posted  April 14, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

A sexy pirate under a curse, a beauty with a backbone and zombies…yes, zombies! Oh my! Writing as A.R Crimson, USA Today Bestselling Author, Renee Bernard has done it again, by breaking out of the box of the mainstay genre mold by creating a Penny Dreadful style romance with a ton of steam and loads of humor […]

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The Lady Meets Her Match
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Historical Romance

4 Star Review: The Lady Meets Her Match by Gina Conkle

Posted  April 8, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

THE LADY MEETS HER MATCH by Gina Conkle gives a passing nod at the Cinderella fairytale. Our Cinderella, Claire, neither wants her shoe returned nor does she require rescue from a life of drudgery and servitude to her step relations by the King, of Commerce that is. Claire is an independent woman during a time […]

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Painted Black
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Mystery

3.5 Star Review: Painted Black by Greg Kihn

Posted  April 7, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Dustbin Bob is back in the sequel to RUBBER SOUL. While The Beatles make an occasional drop in, especially John, PAINTED BLACK by author Greg Kihn is all about Rock’s original bad boys, The Rolling Stones, particularly Brian Jones’ last year or so. When first starting PAINTED BLACK and right through to the end, I kept […]

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Wicked, My Love
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Historical Romance

5 Star Review: Wicked, My Love by Susanna Ives

Posted  March 31, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

WICKED, MY LOVE is the very first book that I have read from Susanna Ives and it was such a breath of fresh air and witty that it most certainly will not be the last! To be completely honest, what drew me to this book was the cover. Tell me the hero doesn’t remind you of […]

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The Duke's Disaster
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Historical Romance

4 Star Review: The Duke’s Disaster by Grace Burrowes

Posted  March 30, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

If you want to take a break from the usual angst and complicated subplots to read a story that stays completely focused on the evolution of a couple’s romance, then Grace Burrowes is your “go-to” author of choice and THE DUKE’S DISASTER is no exception. From start to finish we rarely leave the side of […]

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Dark Becoming
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Paranormal Romance

4 Star Review: Dark Becoming by J.D. Brown

Posted  March 30, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Ema Marx is back for more in DARK BECOMING #3 by J.D. Brown. Readers pick up precisely where DARK LIAISON left off, a big A+ for continuity. Every time Ema slams a door another one opens with the opportunities for success or failure carrying ever weightier consequences. Ema’s world, her existence, is as convoluted as […]

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Blood of a Stone
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Historical Romance

4.5 Star Review: Blood of a Stone by Jeanne Lyet Gassman

Posted  March 19, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Jeanne Lyet Gassman does a magnificent job transporting the reader back in time to first century Palestine in her Historical Fiction, BLOOD OF A STONE. In the beginning it was hard to connect with Demetrios and easier, in some ways, to relate to Elazar. While I sympathized with Demetrios’ plight he often acted against Elazar’s sound […]

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Devil May Care
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Contemporary Romance

5 Star Review: Devil May Care by Renee Bernard

Posted  March 19, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Last year when the first book in the Eternity Gambit series, DEVIL TO PAY, by Renee Bernard was released, I was in a bit of a reading funk. But the story was so freshly unique, witty and so downright adorable that it single-handedly revived my love for reading all over again. So it was a […]

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