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GUEST BLOG: How the Magazine Started by Chapter Magazine

How the chapter magazines started: We wanted to make the Beauty and the City story accessible for those who love to read YA without charging. While giving the Kindle Book Free is one...

INTERVIEW: Mark Olshaker on THE KILLER’S SHADOW: The FBI’s Hunt for a White Supremacist Serial Killer

We are thrilled to welcome New York Times, international bestselling author and one-half of the writing team who brings us The Killer's Shadow: The FBI's Hunt For a White Supremacist Serial Killer, Mark Olshaker! Our...

GUEST BLOG: ADVICE FOR WRITERS by Cory Mortensen

I’d say, just start writing. Write about your day, your trip to the grocery store. What happened? Something did. Go out to a bar, restaurant, park. Pick a couple across from you,...

INTERVIEW: George Milton on Failure Is Not the Problem… It’s the Beginning of Your Success

It is a pleasure to welcome author, motivational speaker, Army veteran, mentor, coach, and all-around great guy, George Milton to Novels Alive today. How did you come up with the idea for your...

GUEST BLOG: How I Handled Research for the Book by Sverrir Sigurdsson

A memoirist is supposed to depend mostly on his memory.  For me, though, I wanted my memoir to reflect not just my life but also the heart and soul of my country. ...

GUEST BLOG: Imitation and Identity by Elizabeth Rasche

Writers are so often advised to “write the sort of book you love to read.” As a Jane Austen fan, I have often wished she had lived to write more books. It...

GUEST BLOG: Pretending to Be Who We Aren’t Online and Its Consequences by Grace Chen

If you could lie and get away with it, would you? What if it were a harmless lie? A white lie that wasn’t meant to hurt anyone? People lie all the time....

GUEST BLOG: Researching Ideas by AnneMarie Brear

Primary sources, I feel, are a writer's best friend, especially for a historical writer as I am. When researching it is not always possible to visit your chosen setting, but if you can...

GUEST BLOG: Are Dark Buried Secrets Ever Truly Buried? by Tina deBellegarde

All stories are driven by a secret. A personal one, a criminal one, a salacious one, it doesn’t matter. Because our lives are full of secrets. Some are innocuous, but some are...

GUEST POST: The Anti-Hollywood Movie Version of THE VENTURI EFFECT by Sage Webb

Books and movies often go hand in hand, right? Bestsellers may turn into blockbuster movies: The Great Gatsby, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park. . . . But I thought for...

GUEST BLOG: Unlikely, Unexpected Partners: Writing Corey and Abe In INSIDE PASSAGE by Burt Weissbourd

After serving 22 months for drug smuggling, a crime she didn’t commit, Corey Logan is finally released from a Federal Correctional Institution. All she wants now is to get her teenaged son...

INTERVIEW: Victoria Sportelli On Her Book LADY MARGARET’S ESCAPE

Today at Novels Alive, we welcome live-long Anglophile and author of Lady Margaret’s Escape, Victoria Sportelli, to our site. On your biography on your website, you mention that you “fell in love with...
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