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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. ...

INTERVIEW: Carrie Hayes on Women’s Equality and NAKED TRUTH

Today on Novels Alive, we are really pumped to have Carrie Hayes, author of the much-acclaimed, Naked Truth: Or Equality, The Forbidden Fruit, on our site to answer questions about feminism, the...

4.5 STAR REVIEW: NAKED TRUTH: OR EQUALITY, THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT by Carrie Hayes

From Washington Heights to Washington D.C. comes a true American Herstory. Filled with intrigue, lust, and betrayal, this is the fight for sexual equality. 1868, on the eve of the Gilded Age: Spiritualist...

BOOK BLAST: THE INFAMOUS FRANKIE LORDE by Brittany Geragotelis

Launch of a new series for upper middle graders about a girl who has lived as an international thief, now returned to the real world. Frankie Lorde and her dad have been a...

INTERVIEW: Richard Buxton Author of the Shire’s Union Series

Please join me in welcoming Award-winning author Richard Buxton today, and thanks so much for joining us!  In your book, The Copper Road—Beyond the Promise, the second book in your Shire’s Union series,...

NEW RELEASE: WHEN WE WERE YOUNG & BRAVE by Hazel Gaynor

Release Date: October 6, 2020 "Gaynor's story of courage and strength will make you believe in the heroic spirit in each of us." —Lisa Wingate, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Before...

GUEST BLOG: RESEARCHING AMERICAN HISTORY by Denise Heinze

One of my great pleasures as a professor of American literature was to conduct field research. You might know it better as sightseeing. In preparation for classes, I would visit the locales...

BOOK BLAST: THE BRIEF AND TRUE REPORT OF TEMPERANCE FLOWERDEW by Denise Heinze

Determined to set the historical record straight, and clear her conscience, Temperance Flowerdew — the wife of Virginia’s first two governors — puts quill to paper, recounting the hardships that nearly brought...
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