Alex Beecroft

The Reluctant Berserker

The Reluctant Berserker

Publication Date: February 25 2014 Title: The Reluctant Berserker Author: Alex Beecroft Cover Artist: Kanaxa Publisher: Self Published Buy Link: Amazon.com Publisher Genre: Historical Length: Novel (347pages) Rating: 4 stars out of 5 A Guest Review by LenaLena Review Summary: Wonderfully rich historical novel that rubbed me the wrong way at the end. THIS REVIEW CONTAINS WHAT SOME MAY CONSIDER TO BE SPOILERS
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Under the Hill: Dogfighters

Under the Hill: Dogfighters

Title: Under the Hill: Dogfighters Author: Alex Beecroft Cover Artist: Lyn Taylor Publisher: Self Published Buy Link: Amazon.com Genre: M/M fantasy Length: Novel (217 pages) Rating: 5+ stars out of 5, DIK A guest review by Leslie S Review summary: WOW! I thought Part 1 (Bomber’s Moon) was fantastic, and this is just as astounding—a fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat ride to the end. Superb.
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Under the Hill: Bomber’s Moon

Under the Hill: Bomber’s Moon

Title & buy link: Under the Hill: Bomber’s Moon Author: Alex Beecroft Cover Artist: Lyn Taylor Publisher: Self Published Amazon US Buy Link: Amazon.com Genre: M/M fantasy Length: Novel (297 pages) Rating: 5+ stars out of 5, DIK A guest review by Leslie S Review summary: Amazing, immersive contemporary fantasy, beautifully told and meticulously plotted—all-around perfection, basically!
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Do You Cross the Line? ……… by Alex Beecroft

Do You Cross the Line? ……… by Alex Beecroft

Today’s post by Alex Beecroft is an issue I’m sure many authors have struggled with, especially if they have been around for a while and have an established fan base in a particular genre. What will their fans think, for example, if they crossed genres from writing horrors to entering the world of romance like Rick R. Reed has done? How about moving from murder/mysteries to fantasy like Josh Lanyon…
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By Honor Betrayed

By Honor Betrayed

Title: By Honor Betrayed Author: Alex Beecroft Cover Artist: n/a Publisher: Carina Press Buy Link Amazon: Genre: Historical (Age of Sail) Length: Novella (105 pages/25k words) Rating: 5+ stars out of 5 A Guest Review by Aunt Lynn One Sentence Review: A wonderful historical drama with some excitement toward the end that shows us why Alex Beecroft is master of what she does.
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Rebellious Thoughts on the Start of the New Year …..by Alex Beecroft

Rebellious Thoughts on the Start of the New Year …..by Alex Beecroft

 I confessed a couple of weeks ago, that I have difficulty with historical romances for many reasons, but Alex Beecroft is one historical writer whose books I can understand and relate to.   The first of her books that I read was an Age of Sail adventure, Captain’s Surrender. As I followed her heroes, Midshipman Joshua Andrews and Captain Peter Kenyon, I fell in love with them because they seemed so real and so…
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A Smattering of Summer Stories

A Smattering of Summer Stories

In the early winter, when the holidays roll around, the world is awash in Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s themed stories. Six months later it is summer, with July 4th (a holiday I am partial to)—but I realized that no one seems to celebrate summer in writing the same way we do in December. So I decided to pull together a “smattering” of summer stories—stories that feature and celebrate…
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Shining in the Sun

Shining in the Sun

Title: Shining in The Sun Author: Alex Beecroft Publisher: Self Published Buy link: Amazon.com Genre: Contemporary M/M Length: Novel (171 PDF pages) Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5            Summary Review:  Shining in the Sun is Alex Beecroft’s first venture into contemporary M/M romance. The characters are memorable but flawed, one of her trademarks, and there is a credible plot that had a few minor hiccups but they did not affect the quality…
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Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

Alex Beecroft joins us today to talk about something that authors have to find every day – new ideas for their stories. I’m no good with blog posts.  I couldn’t do what Erastes does, and write something interesting every week on a different topic, because when I sit down to write something, I never can decide what. So I thought for this post I would tackle the question of inspiration. …
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