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Andrea Gibson Andrea Gibson's blog:


Today at the grocery store a woman stopped in her tracks and refused to walk beside me down the stairway saying, (and I swear this is true) “I don’t want to walk next to you because you’re gay”. I think it was the simple fact of it that stunned me more than some intended insult screamed out of a...

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Brina Brady Brina Brady's blog:

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Sam reviewsRent Me by Brina Brady. This book was Self-Published onMay 27th, 2014and 295is pages long.



This book was provided free of charge for an honest review by theauthor



Why I read this book: I love all types of BDSM books and after reading the synops...

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Published on April 16, 2015 09:50 • 1 view
Louisa Reid Louisa Reid's blog:
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Petra Machová Petra Machová's blog:
Síla duše (Síla duše, #1) by Petra Machová
Máte jedinečnou možnost si přečíst prolog ke knize Síla duše. Jen směle do toho a přeji příjemné čtení.

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Aleida Belem Salazar Aleida Belem Salazar's blog:


La próxima semana viajo a Madrid porque pasarán cosas muy bellas del 22 al 26 de abril en las que participaré rodeada de amigos que admiro: La noche de los libros, dentro del marco de Libros Mutantes en La Casa Encendida.
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Published on April 18, 2015 00:37 • 1 view
Lisa Scottoline Lisa Scottoline's blog:
I love all of my readers but I love this one the most, daughter

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Published on April 18, 2015 16:22 • 5 views
F.E. Feeley Jr. F.E. Feeley Jr.'s blog:
The night I met a demon (or, why I write paranormal books) It was a month after my deployment to Kuwait. I was in the Army, stationed at Ft. Riley, and our company was starting to return from block leave. Well, My Platoon Sergeant, Sgt Z, told me that for the last few months that […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 20:19 • 5 views
Antonella Sacco Antonella Sacco's blog:
Riccardo Bacchelli

(1891 – 1985), scrittore e drammaturgo italiano.

Di lui ho letto “Il diavolo al Pontelungo”, la storia di un tentativo di rivoluzione da parte di Bakunin in Emilia.


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Published on April 18, 2015 09:06 • 1 view
Andie Devaux Andie Devaux's blog:

Sexy vampire? Check. Smart, tough heroine? Check. Interesting plot, check!


Super excited to share this book with you all. It’s FREEthis weekend on Amazon, by one of my favorite authors, and it’s simply a fantastic book. I hope you’ll snag a copy while you can.



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Sydney Kildare’s done worki...

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Published on April 17, 2015 14:31 • 1 view
S.A. Molteni S.A. Molteni's blog:
Need Free or Cheap Book Promo Sites?


As indie authors, we all know how hard it is to find places besides Facebook and Google+ to market our books. You can only post to social media so much before you start losing friends (and family sometimes, too).

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Published on April 17, 2015 13:28 • 5 views
Roberto Bonfanti Roberto Bonfanti's blog:

"Questo è il mio nuovo blog, intendo riempirlo di contenuti, relativi soprattutto alle pubblicazioni di scrittori indipendenti."

Con queste parole inauguravo questo spazio, nell'aprile del 2014. Un anno è passato, spero che le recensioni, le interviste, le novità e gli altri articoli proposti in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 11:59 • 1 view
Adri Sinclair Adri Sinclair's blog:
Fingerprints in water drops,
memories on the wind,
thoughts written in tears,
This is my soul.

Scented beats of my heart,
flavoured with blood stains,
tasted in prayers,
This is my soul.
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Published on April 18, 2015 23:13 • 11 views
Debra Presley Debra Presley's blog:

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Hello, book enthusiasts! We are taking a pause in our reading and reviewing because we want to hear from you. Our goal is to keep you informed about new releases, help you decide what books you need to read next, and share in the love of reading. Below is a quick questionnaire we are kindly as...

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Published on April 17, 2015 10:00 • 1 view
Kryssie Fortune Kryssie Fortune's blog:

Even the name Knights Templar sounds romantic. I picture powerful knights fighting in organized jousts to win a lady’s favor.
The Templars were nothing like that. They were an order of fighting monks formed to escort pilgrims to the Holy Land.Ever been on an escorted holiday led a guide? In Engla... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 14:04 • 6 views
Greg Ross Greg Ross's blog:

1. A puzzle from J.A.H. Hunter’s Fun With Figures, 1956:


Tom and Tim are brothers; their combined ages make up seventeen years. When Tom was as old as Tim was when Tim was twice as old as Tom was when Tom was fifteen years younger than Tim will be when Tim is twice his present age, Tom was two yea...

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Published on April 17, 2015 23:09 • 6 views
Angel Sefer Angel Sefer's blog:

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GOOD ADVICE
When the first call came in that evening, Julia was more than ready. Strategically placed in front of her, her fresh pile of blank intake questionnaires served as the cornerstone to an array of pens, pencils, and resource books. Tools of the trade she called them; open win... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 09:44 • 5 views
Frederick Buechner Frederick Buechner's blog:




Loving God means rejoicing in him. It means trusting him when you can think of a hundred reasons not to trust anything.It means praying to him even when you don't feel like it. It means watching for him in the beauty and sadness and gladness and mystery of your own life and of life around you. Lo...

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Published on April 18, 2015 22:53 • 5 views
John J. Rust John J. Rust's blog:
So what’s YouTube good for? For me, it has become my music player. Pretty much any song I can think of is right there ready to be played, which is great for a guy like me who loves background music when I’m writing. For others, it’s the place to go to for countless videos of cats doing cute and g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 22:44 • 36 views
Laura Michelle Thomas Laura Michelle Thomas's blog:
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Social Media Tips for Young Writers jaBlogThese days, a social media presence is an important factor when building your fan base as an author. You need a way to keep your readers updated on what you’re working on and what you may have published.

If your aim is to have a novel published the traditio...

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Published on April 17, 2015 08:55 • 6 views
Сергей Галёнкин Сергей Галёнкин's blog:

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Рами Исмаиль (Rami Ismail), разработчик из Vlambeer, написал колонку про стадии развития геймдев-комьюнити в регионе. Он разделяет их на стадии: от простого «ух ты, у нас есть геймдев!» до «давайте обмениваться знаниями» и «давайте пригласим какого-нибудь заморского эксперта» до «случился первый...

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Published on April 17, 2015 12:03 • 1 view
Allana Kephart Allana Kephart's blog:


The Bed Wife: A NovellaThe Bed Wife Chronicles # 1
By- Suzanna Lynn Genre- Fantasy/Romance

The Bed Wife Chronicles: Love brought them together. Would tradition tear them apart?

Once inseparable childhood friends, Luana and Baylin are now grown and in two separate worlds. Luana, the daughter of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 23:00 • 6 views
Paul Auster Paul Auster's blog:
"A two-strike foul ball is an out, three balls is a walk."

The Long Island Ducks will play a spring training game under Paul Auster's rules for baseball, as an experiment in ways to speed up the game.
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Published on April 17, 2015 09:36 • 5 views
Eric James-Olson Eric James-Olson's blog:

Tonight’s post is onfinishing a series, and I’m writing this because I just finished writing a series. All told, I ended up writing five booksexisting within aninterconnected futuristic parallel universe (Say that five times fast!). Although the final book is still in its rough manuscript form, i...

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Published on April 17, 2015 19:01 • 6 views
Lucy Horner Lucy Horner's blog:
Deep Survival by Laurence Gonzales and stoicismI'm fascinated by Stoic philosophy and "survival mindsets". I read a lot about how we can tailor our thinking to help us get through both everyday challenges and the most difficult of circumstances, and recently came across Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Whyby Laurence Gonzales.

I enjoye... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2015 02:05 • 5 views
A.J.  Walters A.J. Walters's blog:



I'm pleased to announce the title of my new book that will be out later this year. It's a crime & suspense novel with Hannah Marshall from An Enrapturing Attraction, being the female lead. It is a stand alone & I'm really excited about it....


So here is a teaser from - Wolves In The Wood... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 07:00 • 5 views
P.D. Workman P.D. Workman's blog:

Fill your shelves—or your Kindle—with books! A number of these are freebies, but always check the price when you navigate to it to be sure.


Here arebooks that grabbed my attention the last couple ofweeks. These arenot generally books that I have already read, though a few of them might be. They ar...

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Published on April 18, 2015 21:48 • 6 views
Marcia Thornton Jones Marcia Thornton Jones's blog:
Our theme this month: April showers bring May flowers.

Our question this month: how do we make our story flowers grow?

Here is one "gardening" technique I use with mine.

Like many writers, I tend to get stuck about halfway through a book, or maybe a third of the way in. The story is well begun, wit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 04:46 • 6 views
Anna Belfrage Anna Belfrage's blog:

��ppelblomThe other day, I went into the local liquor store and bought a bottle of Armagnac. It was time, Id decided, for me to acquire a sophisticated adult vice, and I quite liked the mental image of me curled in the sofa, book in hand and with a glass of Armagnac within reach. Now, buying Armagnac well,...

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Published on April 18, 2015 09:35 • 1 view
John L. Monk John L. Monk's blog:

E.E. Giorgi was probably the easiest discovery/addition to the list yet. Originally recommended to me by mega-indie Nicholas Sansbury Smith, she’d won the Reader’s Choice Award, and a B.R.A.G medal. With all this cool stuff, how could I resist?


chimeras_giorgiIt took me a while to get to it because my TBR list i...

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Published on April 18, 2015 10:50 • 6 views
Jay Northcote Jay Northcote's blog:

Something awesome is happening in the LGBT writing community!


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224 authors, review bloggers, and publishers have got together to offer something wonderful: a reward for people who do a little bit to give back to charity. Instead of spending $5 on a book in the next two weeks, give that $5 to an...

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Published on April 18, 2015 07:07 • 1 view
M.K. Clinton M.K. Clinton's blog:
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Published on April 17, 2015 22:24 • 5 views
Jana Riess Jana Riess's blog:

We need Mormon youth dances not just because they help teens learn to socialize, etc. We need them because we've lost nearly every organized activity that once existed in the Church purely for the sake of fun.

The post Why we still need Mormon youth dances appeared first on Flunking Sainthood.

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Published on April 17, 2015 09:24 • 6 views
Carol Ann Kauffman Carol Ann Kauffman's blog:
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Dear Gentle Readers,

Today is David Tennant's Birthday. The Scottish actor, best known for Dr. Who and Broadchurch, has done more than any actor of our time to make the works of William Shakespeare appealing to our young (and not so young) people.

Happy Birthday, David.

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Published on April 18, 2015 16:14 • 6 views
Adele Pfrimmer Hensley Adele Pfrimmer Hensley's blog:
Picture As if I could write such a list by hand…

"If I knew ten years ago what I know now," is something we often tell ourselves. Some of that knowledge can only be gained through living it because when we hear it, it seems so ordinary and unnecessary that we can hardly give it our attention long enough...

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Published on April 17, 2015 08:22 • 6 views
Ashe Barker Ashe Barker's blog:
Sexy Snippets logoWelcome to my blog, and to another weekend of Sexy Snippets brought to you by The Nuthouse Scribblers. This is the blog hop where each week erotic authors share seven sentences from a work in progress or published book.
This week I’m sharing another seven sentences from my latest release, Spiri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 16:07 • 7 views
Ricardo Grenville Ricardo Grenville's blog:

Lorenzo Olarte en el Instituto Noos


Lorenzo Olarte participó como ponente en el Illes Baleares, compartiendo mesa redonda con el Secretario General del Instituto Noos, Miguel Tejeiro y el miembro del Comité Científico de Noos y profesor de ESADE, Joan Quintana. Durante su estancia en Palma se le vio frecuentemente en compañía de...

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Published on April 18, 2015 09:53 • 6 views
T.A. Uner T.A. Uner's blog:

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Are you a writer? You are? Great. I’m sure you know that as a writer, especially a new one, you’ll need reviews. Reviews drive sales, and give your book(s) credibility. But, when you’re first starting out, reviews are like the Holy Grail. Very difficult to find. But getting reviews doesn’t have...

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Published on April 17, 2015 13:55 • 6 views
Cathrina Constantine Cathrina Constantine's blog:


PURPLE RAINreleased in 1984by Prince

I have to apologize. This version from You Tube is not very good.
A young man with a talent for music has begun a career with much promise. He meets an aspiring singer, Apollonia, and finds that talent alone isn't all that he needs. A complicated tale of his r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 21:00 • 5 views
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