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AuthorBuzz: Magic and Witches, 1944’s Atomic City and a New Orleans Novella

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  Magic is seeping out of the world, leaving the witches who’ve relied on it for countless centuries increasingly desperate. While some see magic’s demise as an inevitable end of their era, others are courting madness, and willing to sacrifice former allies, friends, and family to retain power. “Palpable descriptions of magic both enchant and disturb… Horn expertly weaves disparate story lines into a breathless, enthralling ending.” —Booklist Email [email protected] for a chance to win one of five signed copies. jdhornauthor.com 1944, Oak Ridge, Tennessee: a city that doesn’t officially exist. In The Atomic City Girls, June arrives to work in a factory, curious about the top-secret purpose of her job. But she learns the price of ignoring the Army’s warning:…

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Cool Days, Hot Nights: Our Top 10 Historical Romances for November

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Now that it’s officially November, the days are getting colder and the trees are bare and waiting for snow. For us at Booktrib, cold days are made for cozy afternoons spent curled up on the couch, sipping hot chocolate and reading a great book. Even better if that book happens to be a steamy romance novel (hey, we need something to help warm us up). This month we have historical romances on the brain, from dukes and lords to cowboys on the range. It doesn’t matter the era – whether they feature kilts or top hats, we can’t get enough of love stories set in the distant past. Here are 10 historical romances coming out in November that are guaranteed…

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Cold Weather Thrillers You Absolutely Have to Read This November

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This November, the weather is getting cold and we’re ready to sit down and read some favorites. Thrillers are a hit right now, so we have some suggestions for you to help you pick up the next novel for your bookshelf. The Midnight Line, Lee Child Jack Reacher, the best series hero in thrillers today, seems even bigger than usual in Lee Child’s mesmerizing The Midnight Line, in which he finds himself embroiled in a high stakes criminal conspiracy that raises the stakes considerably from his past adventures. The set-up is pure gold, with Reacher typically stepping off a bus to stretch his legs and happening upon something that sets the story off to the races. In this case, it’s…

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Romance Roundup: 25 Sexy New Releases Capturing Our Heart

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Thanks to Valentine’s Day and those long, snowy winter nights, February just might be the most romantic month of the year. We’re celebrating that romance with a giant roundup of the steamiest, sweetest and most loving reads we can find. Here’s a preview of 25 new romantic releases that are bound to warm even the coldest of hearts: Romance Roundup Like A Memory, Abbi Glines (February 14, 2017) Nate Finlay never forgot Bliss York, the girl who broke his heart years ago. But Bliss has her own secrets – she spent her teen years battling leukemia. Can the two reconnect again as adults, despite the years (and other relationships) that might stand in their way? Starlight Bridge, Debbie Mason (Hachette…

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Zodiac Reads: The Perfect Books For Peacemaking Libras

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Even for the strongest non-believers, it’s hard to deny how fun astrology can be. Have you ever met anyone who doesn’t at least want to know to their horoscope for the month? We didn’t think so. Personally, we love astrology here at BookTrib, regardless if you’re a passionate Aries, a romantic Cancer, or an imaginative Libra. Speaking of Libras, since we’re firmly in Libra territory (September 23 to October 23), and yes, we are going to pretend that NASA did NOT add a sign to the zodiac, we figured it was time to celebrate our justice-loving, peacemaking brothers and sisters. So for all of you late September to October babies out there, here are eight books guaranteed to appeal to any Libra: It Ends With…

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Top 3 Summer Harlequin Mira Romances for Thrill Seekers

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Anyone who claims they’re not a fan of romance is telling tall tales. It’s essentially a part of every book, film and television show out there. It seems as though it’s less about romance and more about the type of romance that one prefers. To me, the best romance novels are always peppered with a little bit of history, suspense and mystery. Fortunately, the new Harlequin titles out this summer from Mira and HQN really deliver. Here are the top 3 romantic suspense/mystery novels that are piled on my nightstand this summer: The Bourbon Thief  by Tiffany Reisz (Harlequin Mira, June 28, 2016) This historical romance first won me over with its splashy cover and continued to impress once I learned that the premise is…

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Check Out What This Week’s Authors Have to Say!

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Dear Reader, See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more. Dear Reader, A mailbox, a pair of eccentric pen pals living half a country and a hundred years apart, and only three days. That’s how much time Annie, Elsbeth, and their equally oddball recruits have to solve the riddle behind the hiccup in time linking their two homes, before one of them is convicted of a murder that has yet to happen… but somehow already did. Part epistolary war of words, mystery, and exploration into the phenomenon of loneliness, The Lemoncholy Life Of Annie Aster is a love letter to the…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Heather Graham and All Hallows Eve: A Krewe of Hunters Novella (1001 Dark Nights)

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Salem was a place near and dear to Jenny Duffy and Samuel Hall — it was where they’d met on a strange and sinister case. They never dreamed that they’d be called back. That history could repeat itself in a most macabre and terrifying fashion. But, then again, it was Salem at Halloween. Seasoned Krewe members, they still find themselves facing the unspeakable horrors in a desperate race to save each other-and perhaps even their very souls. Meet the Author New York Times and USA Today best selling author, Heather Graham was born somewhere in Europe and kidnapped by gypsies when she was a small child. She went on to join the Romanian circus as a trapeze artist and lion…

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AuthorBuzz Authors Share This Week’s Featured Stories

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Dear Reader, See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more.   Dear Reader, “I killed a man in London who did not die.” So opens the third stand-alone Jake Travis novel, The Cardinal’s Sin. Jake has mistakenly killed a popular and progressive cardinal instead of an international assassin. Jake must find the real killer before he strikes again, his next target possibly being Jake’s girlfriend, Kathleen, who has recoiled from their relationship. Jake is desperate to discover why the cardinal used Jake to end his life, and win back Kathleen. Please email me at Robertlanebooks.com as I am giving away five…

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Sizzling Summer, authors dish on new reads for the hot months ahead

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Dear Reader, See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more. Dear Readers, As a young woman I traveled around the world—by myself. I suppose that’s a big reason I love stories that ‘take me away.’ ONCE UPON A SUMMERTIME: A New York City Romance features a boutique hotel in Soho and a hopeful young woman named Anna. Although life doesn’t go quite as planned, Anna experiences a sweet taste of the Big Apple. For a chance to win a book, email me at [email protected] with NY Contest in subject line. Thank you! Melody Carlson http://melodycarlson.com/   Dear Reader: I’m giving away…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Heather Graham and WHEN IRISH EYES ARE HAUNTING: A Krewe of Hunters Novella

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WHEN IRISH EYES ARE HAUNTING: A Krewe of Hunters Novella Devin Lyle and Craig Rockwell are back, this time to a haunted castle in Ireland where a banshee may have gone wild—or maybe there’s a much more rational explanation—one that involves a disgruntled heir, murder, and mayhem, all with that sexy light touch Heather Graham has turned into her trademark style. Meet the Author New York Times and USA Today best-selling author HEATHER GRAHAM majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinner theater, back-up vocals, and bartending, she stayed home after the birth of her third child and began to write, working on short horror stories and romances. After some…

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Video: Missed It? Interview with Heather Graham and CRIMSON TWILIGHT

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CRIMSON TWILIGHT It’s a happy time for Sloan Trent and Jane Everett. What could be happier than the event of their wedding? Their Krewe friends will all be there and the event will take place in a medieval castle transported brick by brick to the New England coast. Everyone is festive and thrilled . . . until the priest turns up dead just hours before the nuptials. Jane and Sloan must find the truth behind the man and the murder–the secrets of the living and the dead–before they find themselves bound for eternity–not in wedded bliss but in the darkness of an historical wrong and their own brutal deaths. ABOUT HEATHER GRAHAM  New York Times and USA Today best selling…

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Dear Reader, see what this week’s authors have to say about upcoming titles, giveaways + more!

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See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more. Dear Reader, Foreign and Domestic is about a former soldier’s search for redemption in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Native American Chayton “Jake” Mahegan becomes a suspect in a Dare County murder investigation, involves himself with an actress from the Lost Colony Theater and discovers a private military contractor is trading pirate gold and ghost prisoners. Mahegan must clear his name by stopping a traitor who is conducting attacks on the homeland. Email [email protected] to win one of five free copies. http://www.ajtata.com Dear Reader, For those of you who have read “The…

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