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10 Questions With… Karen Hawkins

Our apologies for posting this late.  The flu hit Novels Alive TV with a vengeance and we are just now catching up. This week at Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com, it is with great honor and joy that we welcome the infinitely talented, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, the lovely, Karen Hawkins for “10 Questions With…” Thank you, […]

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10 Questions With…Catherine Bybee

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard. Com  are extraordinarily pleased to have with us this week for a special edition of “10 Questions With…”, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author…Catherine Bybee. Be sure to stay tuned until the end. Catherine is offering a fabulous giveaway as part of this Book Blog Tour. See […]

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10 Questions With… Joan Kayse

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com are very pleased to welcome this week…author Joan Kayse! We’ve all pondered the age old question of which came first the CHICKEN or the EGG? As a writer, when creating a new story, which tends to come first for you—the CHARACTERS or the PLOT? JK-I should say something wise […]

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10 Questions With… Ashlyn MacNamara

Please join Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com and in giving this week’s author a very warm welcome. Say Hello to Ashlyn MacNamara! 1) We’ve all pondered the age old question of which came first the CHICKEN or the EGG? As a writer, when creating a new story, which tends to come first for you—the […]

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10 Questions With… Sabrina Jeffries

This week we have one of my favorite authors of all time visiting with us at Novels Alive.TV. and Be My Bard.com.  A very familiar name on the New York Time Bestseller’s list, the incomparable…SABRINA JEFFRIES! We’ve all pondered the age old question of which came first the CHICKEN or the EGG? As a writer, when […]


 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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3 Star Review: Trigger by Julia Derek

Posted  September 17, 2014  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

After reading this book by Julia Derek, I felt the title, TRIGGER, was an apt name. The book dealt with trigger memories from a prior bullying experience. As this is a topic we are seeing a lot about in the news today, I felt the author touched on a relevant subject for her book. quote]Sparks fly […]

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What a Wallflower Wants
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5 Star Review: What a Wallflower Wants

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

The stars above may only show 5, but WHAT A WALLFLOWER WANTS by Maya Rodale, is definitely a 10! Not only does Ms. Rodale present a brilliant finish to her wonderful Bad Boys and Wallflowers series, but her departure from the more light-hearted romance of the earlier books is a bold step for an author […]

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10 Questions With… Karen Hawkins

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Our apologies for posting this late.  The flu hit Novels Alive TV with a vengeance and we are just now catching up. This week at Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com, it is with great honor and joy that we welcome the infinitely talented, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, the lovely, Karen Hawkins for “10 Questions With…” Thank you, […]

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10 Questions With…Catherine Bybee

Posted  September 3, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard. Com  are extraordinarily pleased to have with us this week for a special edition of “10 Questions With…”, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author…Catherine Bybee. Be sure to stay tuned until the end. Catherine is offering a fabulous giveaway as part of this Book Blog Tour. See […]

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A Matter of Sin
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5 Star Review: A Matter of Sin by Jess Michaels

Posted  August 22, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Several years ago, I was rummaging around for something new—from someone new, to read at the local used book store and stumbled across the book DESIRE NEVER DIES by Jenna Petersen. I remember sorting through the bagful that I’d brought home and for whatever reason chose this book to read first. The other books I’d bought […]

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5 Star Review: The Traitor by Grace Burrowes

Posted  August 20, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

What can I say about a book by Grace Burrowes that I haven’t mentioned before in any of my previous “glowing” reviews of her beautifully written titles? Truthfully, it’s nearly impossible, because of this writer’s consistent knack for writing stories that stand out with their gentle emotional themes, soul touching characters and inspiring romance, to write […]

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10 Questions With… Joan Kayse

Posted  August 18, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com are very pleased to welcome this week…author Joan Kayse! We’ve all pondered the age old question of which came first the CHICKEN or the EGG? As a writer, when creating a new story, which tends to come first for you—the CHARACTERS or the PLOT? JK-I should say something wise […]

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5 Star Review: A Good Debutante’s Guide to Ruin by Sophie Jordan

Posted  August 13, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

As the cram-packed “J” shelf in my library will attest, I haven’t bought a single book by Sophie Jordan that hasn’t earned a place in the “You’ll want to read this again” department. A GOOD DEBUTANTE’S GUIDE TO RUIN has now been assimilated into that collection. Rosalie and Declan have a LOT stacked against them […]

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