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Lit With Love
Lenora Bell
What A Difference A Duke Makes

Sonali Dev interviews author Lenora Bell about her new School for Dukes Series – kicking off with What A Difference A Duke Makes.
Hot, smoldery, arrogant Duke has kids. Can-do vixen with teaching credentials takes a governess job. Sexy mayhem ensues.
You can ask Lenora Bell questions in advance and have them answered on the live broadcast! Order your signed book and get it after the show airs!

What a Difference a Duke Makes: School for Dukes Series
by Lenora Bell
$7.99
Air Date/Time: April 27, 12 pm (Central)
384, paperback

Wanted: Governess for duke’s unruly children
Edgar Rochester, Duke of Banksford, is one of the wealthiest, most powerful men in England, but when it comes to raising twins alone, he knows he needs help. The only problem is the children have chased away half the governesses in London. Until the clever, bold, and far-too-enticing Miss Mari Perkins arrives.

Lost: One heart to an arrogant duke
Mari knows how to wrap even the most rebellious children around her finger. But their demanding, wickedly handsome father? He won’t be quite so easy to control. And there’s something else she can’t seem to command. Her heart. The foolish thing beats so wildly every time the duke is...

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Melanie Benjamin
The Girls In The Picture

Libby Hellmann will speak with New York Times best-selling author Melanie Benjamin about her newest novel  The Girls In The Picture.

Hollywood in its infancy had many of the same frustrations women in film face today – but for star Mary Pickford and screenwriter Frances Marion, no man can stop them.

Viewers are welcome to submit questions for the author in advance – and order a signed book to be sent to your home!

The Girls In The Picture
by Melanie Benjamin
$28.00
Air Date/Time: February 22, 3:00pm (Central)
448p, hardcover

It is 1914, and twenty-five-year-old Frances Marion has left her (second) husband and her Northern California home for the lure of Los Angeles, where she is determined to live independently as an artist. But the word on everyone’s lips these days is “flickers”—the silent moving pictures enthralling theatergoers. Turn any corner in this burgeoning town and you’ll find made-up actors running around, as a movie camera captures it all.

In this fledgling industry, Frances finds her true calling: writing stories for this wondrous new medium. She also makes the acquaintance of actress Mary Pickford, whose signature golden curls and lively spirit have earned her the title “America’s Sweetheart.” The two ambitious young women hit it off instantly, their kinship fomented by their...

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A House Divided
Timothy Mason Roberts
This Infernal War

Bjorn Skaptason interviews editor Timothy Mason Roberts  about his new book, This Infernal War: The Civil War Letters of William and Jane Standard.
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This Infernal War: The Civil War Letters of William and Jane Standard
edited by Timothy Mason Roberts
$38.95
Air Date/Time February 2, 3 PM (Central)
1st ed., 376., hardcover

The anti-war love letters of a Copperhead soldier and his wife…

Among collections of letters written between American soldiers and their spouses, the Civil War correspondence of William and Jane Standard stands out for conveying the complexity of the motives and experiences of Union soldiers and their families. The Standards – of Lewiston in Fulton County, Illinois – were antiwar Copperheads. Their attitudes toward Abraham Lincoln, “Black Republicans,” and especially African Americans are, frankly, troubling to modern readers. Scholars who argue that the bulk of Union soldiers left their families and went to war to champion republican government or to wipe out slavery will have to account for...

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Jamie Freveletti
Blood Run

Libby Hellmann speaks with lawyer and author Jamie Freveletti about her newest addition to the Emma Caldridge Series, Blood Run. 

Freveletti brings biochemist and badass Emma Caldridge to Africa to battle smallpox, spies, and assassins in a story that turns on a dime. Fans of mystery, suspense, international thrillers, and tough heroines will love receiving a signed book – and can submit a question to be asked during the interview!

Blood Run: Emma Caldridge Series
By Jamie Freveletti
$16.00
Air Date/Time November 15,  3pm (Central)
1st ed., 360 pages, paperback

Biochemist Emma Caldridge joins Jackson Rand, pharmaceutical CEO, on a humanitarian mission to deliver vaccines to remote villages in Africa. But after narrowly escaping a crew of trained assassins, Emma realizes that there is more to this mission than she anticipated. Rand is keeping secrets from her, information that could cost both of them their lives…not to mention millions more.

After its eradication nearly forty years ago, the smallpox virus is once again threatening the world. With no known cure and limited stores of vaccine, the highly contagious, deadly and disfiguring disease has the power to wipe out entire cities. Rand’s company was hired to secure the last known vials, but some have gone missing in Africa and a...

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