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Ruth Harrigan Ruth Harrigan's blog:
Just released a new volume of poetry, entitled That Woman in the Wheelchair. It was written over the past twenty years, from the time I acquired my disability, through the present.

You can find it at:

http://www.amazon.com/That-Woman-Whee...

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Published on March 06, 2015 04:40 • 1 view
Louise Scoular Louise Scoular's blog:
It’s now 3 weeks since I published Days Of Joy And Sorrow, my second book in the Ever Mine Trilogy, and I’m beyond thrilled that all the reviews/ratings received so far have awarded 5 stars! It means so much to know that my efforts have been appreciated - feedback from readers is the life-blood o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 04:39 • 34 views
Abdullah Abu Snaineh Abdullah Abu Snaineh's blog:
هل تعتقد بأن قصص الأبطال الخارقين "سوبرهيروز" ستلقى رواجًا بين القراء العرب؟
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Published on March 06, 2015 04:37 • 1 view
Nath Jones Nath Jones's blog:
I wish you guys could see my Hotmail inbox. It's where I send all the promotions. Just now I logged into it, because I need to track down my Apple ID again, lifelong quest.

Right there in the middle of the screen was "Go Green with Lobster Gram!"

Now this inbox is filled with all sorts of stuff:... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 04:10 • 6 views
Al  Stewart Al Stewart's blog:
In Spring I get to wear,
a lot of pretty clothes
pinks and greens and oranges
in stripes upon my toes.

I like to show my arms,
pretend I have got muscles,
go running in the wind
as my knickers rustle (tenuous I know)

This year I'm going cargo
Tis time I grew mature,
But no I am just kidding
I'm young for ev... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 04:01 • 7 views
K.C. Faelan K.C. Faelan's blog:
I've posted an entry on my Wordpress blog about picking my prompt for the M/M Romance Group's DRiTC Love is an Open Road event and the research I've done so far. Check it out!

https://kcfaelan.wordpress.com/2015/0... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 03:25 • 7 views
Kelly Proudfoot Kelly Proudfoot's blog:
Delwyn of the Realms is available for free on Amazon until 3/10/15!
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TD0RF7E

See my 5 star review!
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Published on March 06, 2015 03:11 • 6 views
S.W. Fairbrother S.W. Fairbrother's blog:
I'm going to be removing my books from KDP Select on Amazon (which allows readers to borrow the books). This will be from 9 March for A Murder of Crones and 11 March for The Secret Dead.

Other authors have had a dip in income due to being in Select. This hasn't had much of an effect on me (I'm not... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 03:07 • 6 views
Julie Harvey Delcourt Julie Harvey Delcourt's blog:
Well the last year has been crazy. With the full intent of churning out the trilogy at high speed, life happened. Isn't that how it always is? Plans are simply developed so you can watch them go awry!

The big move is in two weeks, heading home to Nevada after nearly three years of my son, cat and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 02:55 • 6 views
Claire Gem Claire Gem's blog:
I'm blogging today with fellow author C.D. Hersh, talking about my process in writing my new release, Phantom Traces. And you need a thrill to start you weekend, right? There's even an excerpt. Stop by and say boo!

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Published on March 06, 2015 02:45 • 6 views
Cressida Ellen Schofield Cressida Ellen Schofield's blog:
For the love of Mike! Just when you get one thing fixed, summat else breaks. Why can't stuff just work the way it's supposed to without constantly busting and being a pain in my bloody arse?So, this week I managed, finally, to unblock the damned sink. It’s only taken weeks, with three of us havi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 01:01 • 4 views
Haim Kadman Haim Kadman's blog:
The successor
The Global Threat
An excerpt
At the beginning of the year 2016 Iran's Supreme leader Ali Khamenei had a heart stroke and passed away. It had no influence on Iran's religious regime as his successor was another ayatollah His Holy Highness Ashtad Kianoush his name, a tall heavy set man i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 02:24 • 21 views
Ash Night Ash Night's blog:
This is my first time ever doing a blog post so I'm not exactly sure what to say. If you're reading this, thank you so much! It means a lot to me. I hope you enjoy my two books I have out, Juliet's Lullaby and AngelRose. I'm planning to have a third novel out by June called Embracing Shadows. If... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 02:16 • 7 views
Robert  Cummings Robert Cummings's blog:
Well the publisher of "The Marine" shut down and we got stuck with an unpublished part II.. What to do What to do ?????
We've combined part I and II and now its called "The Marines" and can be purchased at:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UB49DBM/r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 01:56 • 49 views
Sean McSweeney Sean McSweeney's blog:
Is "CROSS POLICE TILT NACRE" POLITICAL CORRECTNESS gone mad?
What about: "CONTROL ITALICS PER SEC"?
If you SIT ON CROP CIRCLES LATE, surely that is an example of POLITICAL CORRECTNESS gone mad?
I suspect "SPOIL LACTIC SCREEN ROT" is POLITICAL CORRECTNESS gone mad.
And surely, if CREEPS STIR I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 01:05 • 56 views
Chantelle Griffin Chantelle Griffin's blog:
This is the important back story that takes a great deal of planning only to be used in glimpses in the writing. Yet the background determines the current setting. It can also influence the future sequences of events. This is the omnipresent part of writing where actions have already been set. Al... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2015 00:27 • 19 views
Joshua Holland Joshua Holland's blog:
The evolution of our life and those who play a meaningful role in our existence can be difficult to process. Friends can come and go. Other friendships evolve, while some grow stronger with time. I've always struggled as friendships transition into something different. I enjoy remembering the rel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 23:25 • 39 views
D.  Kelly D. Kelly's blog:
Click here to see the Loving Kate cover!

http://www.dkellyauthor.com/blog/2015...
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Published on March 05, 2015 22:16 • 8 views
Jerry Yaw Sarkwah Jerry Yaw Sarkwah's blog:
Ghana's 58years of independence is very very sorrowful.We are under developed,poor economy,poor health care,lack of housing scheme,high rate of corruption by government officials,and lastly, lack of employment for the youth. Mahama,the President of Ghana, lacks vision and managerial skills in run... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 22:12 • 33 views
Katheryn Maddox Haddad Katheryn Maddox Haddad's blog:
The scripture for today, March 6, is Proverbs 3:6 as found in the Old Testament of the Bible:

"In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight."

Our life has so many twists and turns in it, so many short cuts that never work out, so many detours, so many mountains to climb an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:45 • 8 views
C.L.  Schneider C.L. Schneider's blog:
I’m a character driven person. Whether I’m reading a book, watching a movie or a TV show, I can forgive a lot in a story if I latch onto at least one character. It’s how I write. It’s what I look for in my entertainment, and what I look forward to. I want to be so drawn in that I stop thinking ab... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:38 • 7 views
Maria V. Snyder Maria V. Snyder's blog:
Shadow Study (Soulfinders, #1) by Maria V. SnyderI'm super excited for the tour. It starts 23 March and ends 6 April.

I'll be in LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, MANCHESTER, EDINBURGH, and BRISTOL!! I Just finalized the details. Feel free to spread the word!

March 24: Book Event at Forbidden Planet (179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR, Telephone: 0207... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:35 • 18 views
Sheena Binkley Sheena Binkley's blog:
Something Just Ain't Right 2 is now live on Amazon!!! :-)



Hayley Stevens didn't know what to expect when she started a relationship with Morgan Carter. Everything that she knew about her life has changed and now she’s on the run with the man that she loves. She and Morgan starts a new beginning i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:32 • 9 views
Heather Kirchhoff Heather Kirchhoff's blog:

Troubled Souls

By: Genevieve Scholl

Genre: Romantic Mystery

Cover Reveal: March 5th

Release Day Blitz: April 15th (103rd Anniversary of the
sinking)

Hosted by: Author Sandra Love






The
sinking of the Titanic was one of the most shocking tragedies in history.
Rosalee has always had a strange fasci...
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:26 • 32 views
Marissa Honeycutt Marissa Honeycutt's blog:
I've been working with Laura at BookFabulous Designs and will be revealing all new covers, along with the cover for #5 next Thursday!!!
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:20 • 8 views
Steve Evans Steve Evans's blog:
Ever-helpful Google put a nice design over its home page recently- it was Wassily Kandinsky’s birthday. If he was still with us, he would be 148.

Mostly this blog is about writing, and while Kandinsky did write, and beautifully in his way, it is his painting that we love. I first saw a real Kandin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 21:01 • 7 views
H.P. Oliver H.P. Oliver's blog:
Clara Bow

WINGING IT

Despite the evil around her, she was effervescent. Visit H. P. Oliver's website for information about Winging IT plus many other interesting feature articles: http://www.hpoliver.com.

You will never forget this story! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:36 • 8 views
Carrie Moore Carrie Moore's blog:
So I rarely talk about my day job, mainly because I believe in keeping that world separate from this one. However, today I had a meeting with a financial advisor to discuss my retirement fund and a plan for the next two years. (Yes, I’m pretty young, but I’m also a planner and, to my chagrin, a r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:32 • 9 views
Paulette L. Jones Paulette L. Jones's blog:
I've read millions of ways different authors pull the ideas and thoughts out and turn them into the magic we read on the pages of there books. For me the ideas are all small pieces that come to me one at a time. The family origin, the number of people in the family, the time of year it starts, th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:27 • 24 views
Bradley Poage Bradley Poage's blog:
Everyone, the first story of one of my new series, Tales of Death: Shady Waters, will be free 3/6-3/10. Grab a copy and enjoy!

Additionally, new bedtime tales are coming and new episodes of April Kills. Stay tuned for new updates!
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:23 • 37 views
Rock Neelly Rock Neelly's blog:
I like to think I was a bit of a renaissance man. Not sure I was, but I like to think it. But I did play basketball (pretty good), and golf (not very good). I was on the debate team and was in a couple of plays. I was on the high school newspaper for a couple of years. But mainly I ran with my fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:17 • 9 views
Michael H. Rubin Michael H. Rubin's blog:
Your book club can participate in a free, live, multimedia presentation about the historical context of the thriller, "The Cottoncrest Curse," which Publisher's Weekly calls a "gripping debut mystery." The Chicago CBA Record says"The story is gripping, the writing is masterful. Rubin has struck ‘... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 20:04 • 8 views
Lee Savino Lee Savino's blog:
www.leesavino.com is live! All visitors can enter their email and get a free book! :D

Smooches,

Lee
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Published on March 05, 2015 19:19 • 26 views
Sarah Castille Sarah Castille's blog:
Cover reveal for Sinner's Steel (Sinner's Tribe MC #1) on Heroes & Heartbreakers. This is Zane's story for all you fans of the Sinners' dark horse...

http://www.heroesandheartbreakers.com...

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Published on March 05, 2015 19:01 • 14 views
Ryan Guy Ryan Guy's blog:
One of the first books I reviewed was Echo of Sight by J. F. Robbins. Now he's doing some pretty cool things on DeviantArt; re-editing chapters and keeping a journal of the process-- think director's commentary-- and he's also making a graphic novel version of his book. Check it out! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:52 • 10 views
Jagannath Rao Adukuri Jagannath Rao Adukuri's blog:
Internet is out there waiting in its mud tracks,clumps of trees as beginnings of neutral skies.Night’s stars may have gone home for the day with men warming themselves by cave fires and women in the sickle of perked up bodies.Women are interim sounds on parched tongues.

Facebooks are not books but... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:39 • 34 views
Pete Planisek Pete Planisek's blog:
My second novel, Frankenstein Soul's Echo, has been published (kinda). It is currently available from Barnes and Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/frank... and directly from my website at http://www.enceladusliterary.com/?pag...

Amazon is having software issues with the upload so it will likel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:38 • 11 views
Jess Steven Hughes Jess Steven Hughes's blog:
The Wolf of Britannia, Part I, now available for purchase. Copies are now available from Sunbury Press, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Amazon UK, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan & Spain.

This is part I of the exciting prequel to The Sign of the Eagle. This is a work of FICTION, NOT HISTORY.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:34 • 11 views
Lori Ann Palmer Lori Ann Palmer's blog:
I have to say that I have enjoyed my journey as an author. You sure learn a lot! The first book that I wrote was such a learning experience for me. Always a writer, since as far back as I can remember, this would be the first time that I would write an actual book. It was an awesome journey and I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:33 • 9 views
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:
This 30-min interview I did on transhumanism and the Transhumanist Party has been transcribed, so you can read it too: https://robotoverlordz.fm/show/178-ep...
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:28 • 8 views
Susan Catalano Susan Catalano's blog:
If you'd like to participate in an R2R (Read to Review) for The Timeless Ones, check out Lovers of Paranormal* group. R2R starts today for first 10 people to sign up.

https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

*You have to join LoP to participate. It's a great group! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 18:28 • 36 views
Regina O'Connell Regina O'Connell's blog:
I love coming on Goodreads and seeing another rating or review. That means someone else has read Wren! I absolutely get the biggest thrill that people are reading my book! Thanks for great ratings and reviews! Check out my author page on facebook too! Thanks to all fro making my day!
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Published on March 05, 2015 17:51 • 8 views
Alyson Mead Alyson Mead's blog:
Though many have come to me this week in search of WTF? answers, it's a relatively easy one, astrologically. Jupiter, planet of luck and creativity and faith that everything will work out in the end, just formed supportive, harmonious aspects with Uranus (sudden and unexpected good fortune) and t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 17:49 • 10 views
Eleanor Parker Sapia Eleanor Parker Sapia's blog:
Hello Lisa Davis,

Thank you for entering my first Goodreads giveway! Congratulations on winning a signed copy of my historical novel, A Decent Woman!

We got nine inches of snow today, so when it thaws enough for me to get to the post office, I will be mailing your book!

Thanks again and I hope you e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 05, 2015 17:38 • 8 views
Alexander Fernandez Alexander Fernandez's blog:
Tears for a World will be featured on a virtual book tour from 16 March to 3 April. Interviews, guest posts, and more will be on each tour stop. Use the link to visit your favorite site and join the discussions! http://bit.ly/1Bd4UvL
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