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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 […]

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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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10 Questions With…New York Times Bestselling Author Linda Lael Miller

Posted  January 8, 2014  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

With a great deal of graititude and respect, we would like to say Thank You, to New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Linda Lael Miller for participating in Novels Alive TV, in association with our sister site, Be My Bard’s “10 Questions With…”         Ten Questions with… 1) When creating the […]

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INTERVIEW: J.L. Saint: A New Frontier

Posted  December 16, 2010  by  Dayna Linton

COLLATERAL DAMAGE by J.L. Saint isn’t your mother’s romance nor your father’s thriller, but an edge of your seat ride between them both, and a new frontier for this author who also writes as USA Today Bestselling author Jennifer St. Giles. Jennifer is known for her emotional, sensual, and visual writing as well as her […]

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INTERVIEW: The Legend Behind the Legend – David Morrell

Posted  December 2, 2010  by  Jennifer St. Giles

If I were to go out and ask people on the street, “Who is David Morrell?” I would likely get a wide range of answers from rock star, to the latest political pundit, to those who know their suspense, and rightly answer, the legendary author who began a genre and inspired the world. “What?” You […]

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4 Star Review: The Guardian Duke by Jamie Carie

Posted  October 21, 2013  by  Sue Dever

THE GUARDIAN DUKE is the first installment in Jamie Carie’s  Forgotten Castles trilogy which starts out in England in the early 1800’s. Gabriel, the Duke of St. Easton, appears to have everything the world has to offer:  he’s handsome, rich, powerful, esteemed by all and yet he has never found true contentment outside of music.  Suddenly he […]

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5 Star Review: Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan

Posted  April 2, 2014  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

SLEIGH BELLS IN THE SNOW by Sarah Morgan was a charming Christmas love story. It is a story of a workaholic woman sent out to the picturesque town of Snow Crystal, Vermont to help a handsome man save his family’s resort. Throw in an eccentric misunderstood grandfather and a large family and chaos is bound to […]

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A Reader’s Insights for Romance Authors

Posted  June 19, 2010  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

While I would never presume to be anything, other than what I am—an avid reader of historical romantic fiction—I do have a few ideas, from personal experience concerning some things that will sometimes make a novel slightly less enjoyable than it could be. What I’m talking about is not novels that are poorly written, but […]

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INTERVIEW: Brad Parks – Nobody Does it Better

Posted  February 3, 2011  by  Jennifer St. Giles

EYES OF THE INNOCENT hit the shelves recently and reviewers are raving about book two in the Carter Ross Mystery Series. The envious praise for Brad Parks’ skill at writing both humor and suspense inspired me to do a little investigative reporting myself. You see, the hero of FACES OF THE GONE and EYES OF […]

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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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