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GUEST BLOG: Putting the Mystery into History: Writing Historical Sleuths by E.M. Powell

Like so many readers out there, I love a good whodunit. I hugely enjoy trying to figure out page by page which suspects are the ones to watch. Who may be for...

GUEST BLOG: Do You Believe In Ghosts? by David Fitz-Gerald

Do you believe in ghosts? If you do, you’re not alone. From a quick internet search, it appears that between one-third and one-half of us do. One website suggests that forty-five percent...

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...

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...

GUEST BLOG: Why the Congo Civil War? by M.T. Bass

I knew for a while that one of the sequels to My Brother’s Keeper would take place during the 1960s civil war in Congo. I originally intended the second book to be...

4-STAR REVIEW: SHELLEY AND THE UNKNOWN LADY by Lona Manning

Release Date: October 5, 2020 Percy Bysshe Shelley’s brief and turbulent life was as passionate and haunting as his poetry. Romantic, idealistic and impulsive, Shelley had several intense love affairs. When Shelley drowned at sea,...
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