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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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Cheryl Holt’s JILTED BRIDES Trilogy and Giveaway!

For the past few years, I’ve been writing linked series, where there is a common theme that runs through all the books.  The theme resolves at the end of the final novel.  Over the years, I would always hear from readers that—when they finished one of my novels—they wished it hadn’t ended.  With the new […]

Best Day Ever Blog Posts

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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Biographies & Memoirs

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

Posted  December 21, 2016  by  Dayna Linton

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 […]

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4 stars A STUDY IN SCARLET WOMEN by Sherry Thomas

Posted  December 3, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

A STUDY IN SCARLET WOMEN is the first in Thomas’ Lady Sherlock Series. If books revolving around or based on the Sherlock Holmes character make you cringe due to the liberties taken that may not be the case in this instant. It certainly wasn’t my reaction. A STUDY IN SCARLET WOMEN is the promising start […]

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Dueling in Death's Backyard
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Medical

Inside with a Cardiac Surgeon Turned Thriller Writer

Posted  November 30, 2016  by  Dayna Linton

We’d like to welcome Thomas Jay Berger, MD to Novels Alive TV! Thomas Berger has penned DUELING IN DEALTH’S BACKYARD, a medical thriller that will keep you up all night turning pages as quickly as you can read. I like to think that I’m unique as a writer of medical thrillers.  I realize there are other […]

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Adam Frankenstein
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FREE Until November 3rd!

Posted  November 1, 2016  by  Dayna Linton

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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Not Quite Perfect Blog Tour
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Catherine Bybee’s Not Quite Perfect Blog Tour & Giveaway!

Posted  September 20, 2016  by  Novels Alive Admin

I’m a pantser, everyone who has ever read an interview about me understands that I don’t plot my books by any stretch. However, an outline of a character would be the exception to my ‘no plotting’ rule. That isn’t to say I know everything there is to know about my characters when I begin a […]

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Heart of Delight
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How to Draw a Handful of Hearts—Inspiration for My Sweet Regency Series ~ Jenna Jaxon

Posted  September 20, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

How to Draw a Handful of Hearts—Inspiration for My Sweet Regency Series If truth be told, the inspiration for this series, Handful of Hearts, began in 2011 as I was writing a short story to enter in a local writing contest. I was still very new to the writing game, but the contest was free […]

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Water Bearer
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Wendi Christner’s WATER BEARER and giveaway

Posted  September 2, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

Years ago I was in one of those “chick flick-day in bed” moods and I found “A Walk To Remember” on television. I had read every book Sparks had written to that point…except this one. Ahh…perfect. Maybe I should mention my current mood had been induced by yet another personal rejection letter from yet another […]

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When a Marquis Chooses a Bride
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Ella Quinn’s WHEN A MARQUIS CHOOSES A BRIDE with giveaway

Posted  August 30, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

 “Kimbal,” Dom called to his valet. “Yes, my lord.” “I shall be dining at White’s.” “Yes, my lord.” Dom scribbled a note to his friend Viscount Fotherby asking if he would like to join Dom for dinner. By the time he was dressed and had donned his hat, Fotherby’s answer affirming the invitation had arrived. […]

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