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5 Star Review: Fat Shame by Nicole Black

I am not a big woman and never have been. Weight has never been an issue for me, not until I hit 55 and my thyroid decided to go wonky, and my hormones were all over the place. I promptly put on 30 lbs. for no apparent reason. With that came some extreme self-loathing. I […]

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NEW RELEASE: My Life as a Sister Wife: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

As a young girl, Karen Miller lived a quiet life in Australia. She never imagined when she grew up, she’d be lured into a polygamous marriage, spend her spare time dumpster diving to feed her kids, and fighting to escape her increasingly demented husband. How was she lured into such a lifestyle? What was day […]

Wait Until Dark Blog Posts

Wait Until Dark by Kat Martin

Don’t miss the thrilling prequel to New York Times bestselling author Kat Martin’s brand-new series, Maximum Security! Private investigator Jonah Wolfe knows trouble when he sees it. So when April Vale storms into his office at Maximum Security, all his warning signs flash red. April’s been accused of murder, except she has no memory of how she […]

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Listening to My Characters by Kat Martin

No question, writing dialogue in a novel can be tricky.  Each character has a unique voice distinct from the others in the book. Since I’ve never been particularly good at description, letting the characters tell the story is my favorite way to craft a novel. Of course there has to be narration, ways to move […]

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2nd Day of Cheryl Holt’s JILTED BRIDES Trilogy and Giveaway!

My new series is coming September 20th, 2018.  I’m calling it my “Jilted Brides” trilogy.  For the past few years, I’ve been writing linked series, where I have a linking theme that runs through all of the novels, and the common thread resolves at the end of the final book.  It’s a fun way for […]

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I Don't Have a Happy Place
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Biographies & Memoirs

3 Star Review: I Don’t Have a Happy Place by Kim Korson

Posted  May 12, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

Author Kim Korson looks back over her life from her childhood in Montreal, Canada on in I DON’T HAVE A HAPPY PLACE. Hails to familiar childhood staples like BJ & the Bear, The Six Million Dollar Man, Fun Dip and the fruit shaped powder candy, the music, movies etc.; these cultural references brought back many memories, […]

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The Resting Place
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4 Star Review: The Resting Place by Pamela Little

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

Pamela Little is blunt, honest, and sometimes a little crazy in her memoir, THE RESTING PLACE. If you asked me my first thoughts on the book, I would say it is a strange book. It’s different from anything I’ve read so far, and I’ve read a lot of books. It is not a book that […]

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Cindy Holby
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10 Questions With…Kassy Tayler

Posted  May 5, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Novels Alive.TV and Be My Bard.com are very pleased to welcome this week’s guest to the “10 Questions With…” interview chair…KASSY TAYLER! 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 CHARACTERS or the PLOT?  […]

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4 Star Review: The Lady Hellion by Joanna Shupe

Posted  August 5, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

I adore a feisty heroine and when you combine one with a hero, who gives as good as he gets, you know the sparks are literally going to fly off the page. THE LADY HELLION by Joanna Shupe is the kind of story that I love best. Sophie and Damien’s sometimes childish antics, mixed with verbal […]

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A Lady of Reduced Circumstances & Giveaway with Eileen Richards

Posted  October 27, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

I spend a lot of time researching life during the early 19th century. In my debut release, AN UNEXPECTED WISH, my main character, Anne Townsend, is a twenty-eight year old spinster who’s life changed dramatically when she and her sisters end up booted out of their home by their unscrupulous stepbrother and on their own […]

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The Last Time I Saw You
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3 Star Review: The Last Time I Saw You by Eleanor Moran

Posted  June 11, 2014  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

I found THE LAST TIME I SAW YOU by Eleanor Moran a little strange, and I’m not quite sure how to define strange in this instance. After reading the book blurb, I was expecting much more of a story and a lot more mystery. I read through three-fourths of the book before I felt I […]

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Cindy Holby
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Historical Romance

INTERVIEW: Breath of Heaven by Cindy Holby

Posted  May 26, 2010  by  Jennifer St. Giles

This week NovelsAlive.tv delves into the heart of romance with Cindy Holby and her newest release BREATH OF HEAVEN. This multi-published multi-genre writer may live in the shadow of Pilot Mountain, in North Carolina, but her medieval romance shines a bright light into the wiles of King Henry’s court and the arranged marriage between “a […]

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Love by the Book
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3.5 Star Review: LOVE BY THE BOOK by Melissa Pimentel

Posted  February 19, 2015  by  Ivy Truitt

LOVE BY THE BOOK by Melissa Pimentel is the humorous exploits of Lauren Cunningham, American ex-pat, living her fantasy, or attempting to, in London. Lauren isn’t looking for nor does she want a relationship. She wants to be foot loose & fancy free to explore all the English male bounty she crossed an ocean for. LOVE […]

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