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Kaira Rouda & THE BEST DAY EVER

Kaira Rouda, author of BEST DAY EVER, one of the launch titles for Harlequin’s new Graydon House imprint, recently took the time to chat with me at Miss Ivy’s. Here’s our chat. My review will be posted later. I read that you’d wanted to write since third grade, yet you went into marketing and did […]

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Why Romantic Suspense by Kat Martin

I love novels that include both romance and suspense/thriller elements.  I like the extra depth it gives the story.  From the start, I envision the book being as much about the developing relationship between the hero and heroine as solving the suspense/thriller mystery.  There is intrigue in both.  How will the protagonists extricate themselves from […]

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Top 5 Playlist for Nikki Navarre’s Foreign Affairs Series

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY BRIEFING MEMO SUBJECT: Top Five Playlist for Nikki Navarre’s Foreign Affairs Series WARNING: This message will self-destruct. Nikki Navarre is a globetrotting ex-diplomat and author of the Foreign Affairs series—sexy spy romance set in Russia and other exotic international locales. State secrets have never been this sexy! While writing The Russian […]

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5 Star Review: Soldiers’ Stories: A Collection of WWII Memoirs by The Miller Family

SOLDIERS’ STORIES: A COLLECTION OF WWII MEMOIRS by The Miller Family is an inspired book of history, loaded with photos, maps, sketches, and most importantly, the 140 personal memoirs from those heroes and heroines who fought during WWII and from their families. There are personal stories, tributes and so much more in this incredibly beautiful […]

Adam Frankenstein Horror

FREE Until November 3rd!

For a limited time, ADAM FRANKENSTEIN: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES by Sheila English is FREE on Amazon through November 3rd! Get your FREE copy here! About the Book What if the Frankenstein creature didn’t die in a fire,a crumbling castle or on a glacier? What if he never died at all? Adam Frankenstein, a […]

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10 Questions With… Kerrelyn Sparks

Posted  December 22, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

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 […]

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The Wicked Wallflower
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5 Star Review: The Wicked Wallflower by Maya Rodale

Posted  October 30, 2013  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

With a name like, THE WICKED WALLFLOWER and with an author like Maya Rodale wielding the pen, the chances that you are in for one vastly entertaining story are 101%! Lady Emma enters her first season on the infamous London Marriage Mart with all the usual hopes and dreams of finding romance until an old […]

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The Lady Most Likely
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5 Star Review: The Lady Most Likely: A Novel in Three Parts by Connie Brockaway, Eloisa James and Julia Quinn

Posted  January 3, 2011  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

From the collaborative talents and imaginations of bestselling authors Connie Brockway, Eloisa James and Julia Quinn, comes THE LADY MOST LIKELY: A NOVEL IN THREE PARTS. “Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly, needs a wife—so his sister hands him a list of the very best young ladies on the market. And then, because he refuses […]

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10 Questions With…Amelia Grey

Posted  April 1, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Please join Novels Alive TV and Be My Bard in  giving a warm welcome to this week’s guest for  “10 Questions With…” interview segment—New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author—the fabulously creative AMELIA GREY! 1)      We’ve all pondered the age old question of which came first the CHICKEN or the EGG?  As a writer, […]

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A Former Skeptic’s Guide to E-Books

Posted  April 20, 2012  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Up until a few months ago I would have argued to my last breath that an E-book could never compete with the joy of holding an actual book-book in your hands when you sit down for a cozy read but, now I humbly remove my foot from my mouth. Although I sincerely hope the traditional […]

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Wedding of the Season
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5 Star Review: Wedding of the Season by Laura Lee Guhrke

Posted  March 1, 2011  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

WEDDING OF THE SEASON is the first book in Laura Lee Guhrke’s new Abandoned at the Altar series. Set at the turn of the 20th century when carriages were slowly being replaced with motor cars and women were boldly throwing off the society restraints of centuries past, Beatrix and William’s story is simply—to steal a […]

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10 Questions With… USA Today Bestselling Author, Gayle Callen

Posted  January 20, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

A huge THANK YOU and lots of fangirl appreciation to USA Today Bestselling author, Gayle Callen for participating in this weeks, Novels Alive TV in association with our sister site Be My Bard’s “10 Questions with…”! A USA Today Bestselling author, Gayle Callen writes historical romances for Avon Books. Her latest novel, SURRENDER TO THE EARL, was […]

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RICHARD’S RELICS by Grace Augustine with Giveaway

Posted  March 21, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

War and its remnants are cruel. Just ask Richard Dempsey, a Vietnam Vet. Richard served his turn in Vietnam, but came home a changed man. Plagued with nightmares of the past, Richard and his friends go on a life changing trip back to modern day Saigon. Their hope…to slay the dragons that stole so much […]

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