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Frank Ruffolo Blog Posts

SPOTLIGHT: Frank Ruffolo’s Jack Stenhouse Mysteries

Author Frank A. Ruffolo introduces Fort Lauderdale’s top homicide detective Jack Stenhouse, a gruff man with a strong liking for women, in this coming January’s release of The Jack Stenhouse Mysteries. Frank A. Ruffolo is a graduate of the State University of New York at Farmingdale with an Associates degree in Mechanical Technology. He enjoyed a 40 year […]

Kerrelyn Sparks Blog Posts

10 Questions With… Kerrelyn Sparks

Novels Alive.TV  and Be My Bard are over the moon with joy as we welcome New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Kerrelyn Sparks! 1. Back to school time. In your high school yearbook would your “Mostly likely to…” title have read, “…become a Bestselling Author,” or something completely different and what might it […]

10QBertrice Blog Posts

10 Questions With…Bertrice Small

One of the very first books to really nurture my love for historical romance was SKYE O’MALLEY, so it is with awe and deep appreciation for the many beautiful stories she has written that Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard welcome the incomparable…Bertrice Small! 10 Questions With… 1. Back to school time. In your high school […]

Brenda Minton Blog Posts

10 Question With… Brenda Minton

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard would like to extend a warm and friendly welcome to a favorite in the Harlequin Love Inspired family of authors, the lovely Brenda Minton! Please support the author by purchasing her book:

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10 Questions with Catherine Bybee

We are very pleased to be a part of the Catherine Bybee Book blog tour for her upcoming released NOT QUITE FOREVER. We hope you will enjoy Catherine’s answers to our “10 Questions With…” interview, learn more about her upcoming releases and then to top it off, there is an awesome GIVEAWAY at the bottom of the […]


 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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4.5 Star Review: Touch by David J. Linden

Posted  January 29, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Johns Hopkins neuroscientist and bestselling author of THE COMPASS OF PLEASURE, David J. Linden presents an engaging and fascinating examination of how the interface between our sense of touch and our emotional responses affects our social interactions as well as our general health and development in TOUCH: THE SCIENCE OF HAND, HEART, AND MIND. Accessible […]

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Broken
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4 Star Review: Broken by Vanessa Skye

Posted  January 28, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

BROKEN the second book in Vanessa Skye’s The Edge of Darkness series and is Berg’s book. Each chapter begins with a snippet of a song defining that chapter. No one can deny Berg is broken; the only question is if she’s broken beyond repair. Berg is fighting the darkness that led her to self- harm in the misguided […]

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Bloodlines
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3 Star Review: Bloodlines by Vanessa Skye

Posted  January 27, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Anyone who’s read the first two in Vanessa Skye’s Edge of Darkness series knows it’s violent and occasionally explicitly so. In many ways BLOODLINES is the most violent of the series. Detective Alicia Raymond aka Berg has been keeping secrets from everyone, including her lover, Jay O’Loughlin. Brutal rapes, murders, drug dealers, gangs, and a crime/drug lord attempting to take […]

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Behind Closed Doors
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4.5 Star Review: Behind Closed Doors by Susan Lewis

Posted  January 26, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS is my first book by Susan Lewis, but by no means, my last. Following the breakdown of her relationship with Martin, father of their children and her best friend, DS Andee (Andrea) Lawrence transfers from London Metro to Kesterly. Andee, Luke, and Alayna move to the seaside village where her mother and Martin’s […]

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The Prince
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4 Star Review: The Prince by Sylvain Reynard

Posted  January 21, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

THE PRINCE is Sylvain Reynard’s debut in the paranormal genre; creating a hierarchal, elaborate, sumptuous, vampiric culture operating just below the surface our world. THE PRINCE is a short introduction to The Florentine series while also serving as a link to the contemporary Gabriel’s Inferno series. In 1870 the Prince of Florence was relieved of a […]

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Frank Ruffolo
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SPOTLIGHT: Frank Ruffolo’s Jack Stenhouse Mysteries

Posted  January 16, 2015  by  Dayna Linton

Author Frank A. Ruffolo introduces Fort Lauderdale’s top homicide detective Jack Stenhouse, a gruff man with a strong liking for women, in this coming January’s release of The Jack Stenhouse Mysteries. Frank A. Ruffolo is a graduate of the State University of New York at Farmingdale with an Associates degree in Mechanical Technology. He enjoyed a 40 year […]

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Moriarty
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4.5 Star Review: Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

Posted  January 14, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

In MORIARTY, the game is once again afoot in this thrilling mystery from the bestselling author of THE HOUSE OF SILK, sanctioned by the Conan Doyle estate,  Anthony Horowitz, which explores what really happened when Sherlock Holmes and his arch nemesis Professor Moriarty tumbled to their doom at the Reichenbach Falls. Athelney Jones is an assiduous […]

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The Christmas Women
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5 Star Review: The Christmas Women by Elyse Douglas

Posted  January 13, 2015  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

Though Christmas is now over, THE CHRISTMAS WOMEN by Elyse Douglas is still a great book to read! As I read the author’s biography, I was surprised to read that Elyse Douglas is actually a husband/wife writing team. I had already written the review in my head, but when I read this, my thoughts started to […]

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