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  • 00:16

    The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard presents: Marlow Kelly

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    The Romance Bookmark is back and tonight we have Marlow Kelly on the show for a dose of our unscripted and highly unprofessional brand of author chatting.  Let's face it, the less I prepare, the better it turns out! But please take a peek at www.marlowkelly.com and discover Marlow Kelly's historical romances with a touch of suspense, along with all the fun that goes with her blog, her recipes and the madness of being the mother of two while trying to get anything done! (I'm hoping she'll spill some secrets on that front!)  

  • 00:18

    Classic and Historical Romance

    in Entertainment

    Featuring excerpts from Robert Walker's newest book, Annie's War part 1. Taking place before the civil war it follows John Brown's daughter Annie.
    A historical romance with the backdrop of terrorist plots, Civil War, and John Brown.
    Dellani Oakes historical romance novel Indian Summer, which follows Gabriella through her adventures in 1739. Full of suspense, terror, betrayal, and love.
    And a classic romantic song performed by Bob Solone from his album Soft Sides. Most Unusual Way.
    All are found on Amazon.com. Indian Summer is also found on Barnes and Noble.com and other online retailers.

  • 01:08

    The Naked Truth: The Historical Romance

    in Culture

    Do you ever long to go back in time where men "came to call on a woman" at her home or girls were expected to "keep a tidy home?" Let's venture into the world of the historical romance


    We interview Marlene Banks, a novelist fueled by her faith. She blends engaging plots, stand out characters, memorable events with spiritual insight and application in her stories. She is well known for her historical romances like her most recent Son of a Preacher Man set in Tulsa, Oklahoma's Greenwood District. She claims Jesus The Christ is the real Author and Finisher of her faith and her fiction because each of her novels introduces conflict and how a relationship with Christ helps the people win out in the end.


    Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles  and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music,  faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.

  • 00:31

    Sweet Romance Author Ilene Withers is Our Guest

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    Sweet romance author Ilene Withers talks about her new book, To Release an Earl. <BR><BR>


    About the Book<BR><BR


    Sequel to The Blackmailed Beauty<BR>
    After experiencing a life changing injury while out riding her beloved horse Pirate, Willa Dutton becomes convinced she should release her fiancé, the Earl of Roydon, from their engagement. She feels another woman would be better able to provide him with heirs and participate in the activities he loves. With this decision made, Willa sets out to find him a better wife by matchmaking.<BR><BR>


    Meanwhile, the earl believes that someone is trying to kill Willa. Learning that her saddle had been sabotaged is only the beginning. As more attempts are made to kill Willa, the earl sets out to find out who the suspect is. At the same time, he finds that Willa’s behavior has become a bit odd as she has started hosting parties and pushing other women at him. Will he solve the mysteries in time and convince Willa that she is his one and only love?

  • 00:30

    Lime is Back!

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    The romance gals are back and looking forward to liming with you on Saturday! 

  • 01:59

    THE DEATH OF ROMANCE

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    tonight on our show we are talking about a very serious matter... the death of romance. in today's turn up society more and more we are hearing that romance does not exist or at least is not as necessary anymore. our youth today believe that the end goal is always the same "to get lucky" so why invest so much emotionally into obtaining that goal. so we ask you in your opinion does romance still have a place in Young America? Or should we just change the definition of romance?


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  • 00:16

    The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard presents: Kendall Grey

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    Love, laughter, and books are always where we make our mark at The Romance Bookmark and tonight, we're tucking out toes into a steamier chapter with the one and only Kendall Grey! Kendall writes erotic romance and urban fantasy romance and for those of you who enjoy a scorching ride with zero chance of safety harnesses, I think Ms. Grey is Your Girl!  www.kendallgrey.com  Kendall is a fearlessly talented writer and there is just nothing reserved about her stories, her characters and her imagination!  I feel like a turtle sitting next to a greyhound about to ask how the wind feels when it's blowing past you...but I'm thrilled to cheer her on to victory even if I am a little jealous ;-

  • 01:36

    Romance after dark beautiful music and candle light just music

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    Romance after dark  beautiful music and candle light Romance after dark  beautiful music and candle light just music

  • 00:32

    IndieReviewReview Behind The Scenes w/ The Darker Side Of Romance

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    Welcome Everyone!  IndieReview Behind The Scenes's segment The Darker Side Of Romance returns with all new episodes! Tonight join host Author Ronda Caudill  as she chats with Author Brodie Storm about her newest releases from Dark Hollows Press!


     Brodie Storm has been writing since the age of 15 when she penned her first romance novel. She lives in rural Southwest Virginia, enjoys reading, going out with friends, camping and listening to music.


    Contact: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005117119315

  • 01:31

    Behind the Headlines: Historical Revisionism in the 20th and 21st centuries

    in News

    Everyone has heard the term "those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it." If that maxim is true, and if it is to be useful to everyone, then it is essential that we have access to an accurate account of history and the reasons why historical events occurred. 


    Most people would agree that war should be avoided if possible, yet in the 239 years since the American declaration of independence, the USA has been at war for 229 of those years. Were all of those wars necessary? If that isn't a repeating historical pattern, we don't know what is.


    The First World War was called "the war to end all wars" and yet, just 20 years later, an even worse conflagration consumed the Eurasian continent, killing 65 million people.


    The phrase "never again" is most often heard in reference to the genocidal policies of the Nazis towards the Jews of Germany and Poland, yet today a record number of Jews are fleeing Europe for Israel in the face of mounting anti-semitism.


    Apart from 4 military assaults on sovereign nations, the deaths of at least 2 million people and the creation of an extremely instable security situation in many parts of the globe, the almost 15-year-long US-led war on terror has created a distinct anti-Muslim climate in many Western nations that bears many of the hallmarks of the first waves of anti-Jewish sentiment in Nazi Germany. 


    So if we have an accurate understanding of history, why does it appear to continue to repeat? Is there something wrong with our official historical narrative?


    Behind the Headlines airs live this Sunday, 08 March 2015, from 3-5pm EST / 12pm-2pm PST / 7-9pm UTC / 8-10pm CET.