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Joshua Holland Joshua Holland's blog:
It's been an interesting week, that's for sure. So many emotional posts and others staying noticeably quiet. As for myself, I've tried to be peaceable. Although I'm not a loud voice for marriage equality, I do support the idea and have written at length about the topic in my book - "Damned Fools:... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 20:41 • 27 views
David   Gustafson David Gustafson's blog:
I will read "Fadern" and "Drömspel" later. I bought this book for "Fröken Julie" which I had read in English long before I researched my Swedish heritage and its charming language.

Reading this in the original Swedish, with all of the old phrases and expressions that have slipped from everyday us... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 20:17 • 8 views
Valerie Gangas Valerie Gangas's blog:
Are you in a relationship that feels just, well, just ok? Do you secretly dream you had a deeper love with someone other than the person you are with?

Once upon a time, I jumped from long term relationship to long term relationship without a second thought.

It seemed so natural to me. I liked guys,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 19:44 • 2 views
Lynn Emery Lynn Emery's blog:
For lovers of sci-fi, mystery,thrillers, fiction with paranormal elements then meet these authors, who also happen to be on Goodreads!

Kaleidoscope Author Collective Catalog

Get wonderful storytelling, daring heroes, and all the action you enjoy. Summer's here and the time is right for reading. Vac... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 19:42 • 6 views
Natalya Vorobyova Natalya Vorobyova's blog:
I'm too hot to handle; poor bitch needs to be treated for burns!
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Published on July 01, 2015 19:10 • 24 views
Jagannath Rao Adukuri Jagannath Rao Adukuri's blog:
You look nice ,as the deceased in selfie composed as an elegy.Once your bloat gone,you are so bald and beautiful in a glass casket,a glass content of selfie -worth.

But while you are still around,you enjoy making selfie elegy like a camera selfie with stick achieved in ghoulish likeness, a way of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 18:53 • 33 views
Cora Graham Cora Graham's blog:
The lights dim to almost nothing. I walk on stage. Unlike the performance before, I have no pretty lights or props. There is nothing on stage with me, but me. The lights will be dimmer with the occasional flashes of brighter light throughout. I won't have anything with me at my audition either so... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 18:18 • 32 views
Brenda B. Honeycutt Brenda B. Honeycutt's blog:
The Late Widow by Brenda B. HoneycuttHello Readers! I've decided to try my hand at fiction in one of my favorite genres - with a psychological thriller called THE LATE WIDOW. It's a relatively short, easy read, more like a novella, and I think you'll enjoy it. It's the story of a woman who has suffered an enormous tragedy in her fa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 18:26 • 4 views
A.L. Boyd A.L. Boyd's blog:
I uploaded Crest Ridge to the All Romance ebooks website on June 22nd and then went on vacation. On June 25th, I got an email that it had hit their best seller list.
I'm so excited to see this especially while on vacation. I hadn't expected it, but it's great to see.

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Published on June 28, 2015 17:41 • 7 views
Samantha Manuel Samantha Manuel's blog:
I am about to take my first trip out of the U.S.--to Ireland! Oh, and I am only going with my grandma and mom. How awesome is that?

Does anyone have any tips or recommendations?
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Published on July 01, 2015 17:38 • 7 views
Better Hero Army Better Hero Army's blog:
Yes, there is going to be a book 4 to the Plagued States of America series. Readers and reviewers have wondered it for a long time, and I'm letting you know now that I am writing a fourth book. After all, even though book three wrapped up several threads in the series, we haven't yet figured out... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 17:34 • 7 views
Barry Metcalf Barry Metcalf's blog:
By the time BROOMETIME SERENADE--the second novel in the Oz Files series--was completed, Wanda Jean had grown in power and significance. I gave her a central role in the narrative, her sole aim to take the lives of the two meddling agents. More importantly, she was even more popular among my smat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 16:23 • 19 views
Margarita Kouznetsova Margarita Kouznetsova's blog:
Alexa looked at them, curiosity mingled with distrust. She frowned and then sighed, “All right, I guess I can decide what to believe after you tell me your story.”

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Published on July 01, 2015 16:28 • 20 views
Nicole Snow Nicole Snow's blog:
Outlaw's Bride by Nicole Snow

She hid a BIG mistake, and now she's his. Will it lead to the greatest love of her life, or the end of it. Only one way to find out, and it involves a lot of passion, dirty talk, and heading to the altar kicking and screaming.

It's here! OUTLAW'S BRIDE features the biggest, baddest member of the G... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 16:00 • 10 views
Elsie Hillman-Gordon Elsie Hillman-Gordon's blog:
Many of us have a bucket list of things to do and experience in life before the effects of old age get a hold of us, narrowing the window of opportunity on our ambitious dreams. Writing and publishing was on my bucket list for a long time until a year ago—May 30, 2014—when I realized my dream and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 15:47 • 8 views
Jane Davitt Jane Davitt's blog:
Me to Alexa as we debate book ending: maybe Shane waits at home, all fucked out and sleepy.

That puts such nice pictures in my head...

And, yes, we will finish it today then start editing. Whee...
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Published on July 01, 2015 15:21 • 19 views
Trina Solet Trina Solet's blog:
Possession (Gay Romance) by Trina Solet
New book 25,000 words Possession (Gay Romance)
Hiding away in a tropical villa, James wants only solitude. After seeing him skinny dipping, all Rob wants is James. Good thing James doesn't want a fling because what he and Rob have is so much more. James would do anything to be with Rob. In the en... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 14:54 • 7 views
Emm Cole Emm Cole's blog:
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It's Indie Pride Day! I am glad I get to do something I love so much. There are so many original and talented indie authors out there, and by reviewing and sharing their stories you can be a great support to them.

Here are some indie books I have loved:
Sparrow by Sara Mack
Guardian (Guardian, #1) by Sara Mack
Urchin (The Fairytail Saga #0.5) by S.K. Munt
Venom (The Vipers Nest, #1) by Samantha Fenn
Unchained Melody (Kissed By A Muse, #1) by S.K. Munt
Waking the Merrow by Heather Rigney
Born of Oak and Silver (The Caradoc Chronicles, #1) by Marie McKean
The Call of the Deep (The Matchless Deep, #1) by Tracy Lane
The Kota (The Kota Series, #1) by Sunshine Somerville
Awaiting Destiny by M. Schaefer
Mud Vein by Tarryn Fisher
Poison (Keeper of Light, #1) by Tiana Dalichov
Bright Side (Bright Side, #1) by Kim Holden
The Opportunist (Love Me with Lies, #1) by Tarryn Fisher








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Published on July 01, 2015 14:50 • 80 views
Robert  Wheeler Robert Wheeler's blog:
Hemingway's Paris: A Writer's City in Words and ImagesAlthough Paris is still in my heart, my eyes are now set on Havana. On July 3, I leave for Cuba, staying in a quaint and lovely Casa Particular in the Vedado district of La Habana for six weeks. When I return, I will have the first draft and a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 14:31 • 30 views
Karen GoatKeeper Karen GoatKeeper's blog:
Rain has returned to the Ozarks and most of my pumpkin vines love it. Yes, I did write vines.
There are volunteer Connecticut Field vines, sugar pie vines, Jack Be Little vines in a big pot, a Red Warty Thing vine and a giant pumpkin vine. These last two are not happy at the moment.
I forgot the Ba... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 14:21 • 7 views
E.J. Tett E.J. Tett's blog:
This is the very first of my video blogs. May also be the last, we'll see! But I promised my editors of Shuttered that I'd film myself doing the trick that the character Rowan does. It's taken me a while to get round to it, because I had neither a sherry glass, nor a brandy glass, but I found som... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 06:51 • 8 views
Susan Elizabeth Phillips Susan Elizabeth Phillips's blog:
I’m going to be making some appearances this summer and fall in New York City; Memphis, Tennessee; Pawleys Island, South Carolina; Sykesville, Maryland; La Grange, Illinois; and at Kiss Con Chicago. Be sure to put the dates on your calendar. They’ll all be fun events, and I’d love to meet you in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 14:29 • 13 views
Malcolm R. Campbell Malcolm R. Campbell's blog:

My Kindle short story “Willing Spirits” will be free on Amazon during the July 4th weekend. This is a ghost story inspired by the real St. Louis spirit named Patience Worth who, among other things, wrote a novel called Hope Trueblood.


Description


willingspiritskindlecoverPrudence is a student who isn’t always prudent. Le...

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Published on July 01, 2015 11:56 • 3 views
Kim Harrison Kim Harrison's blog:

I’ve been working on the website the last couple of days. I like working in a system whose rules are ironclad, even if I don’t always understand them, even if half the stuff I do is not even seen.


Today’s goal was to get the events page brushed up. I’ve been picking away at it for almost a month,...

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Published on July 01, 2015 11:23 • 19 views
T.J. Addington T.J. Addington's blog:
How many of us have a plan for the life of someone else? It can be a child, a grandchild, a staff member or a friend. And for that matter, how many people have a plan for our lives? And, there are those who would like to fix others - to help them solve their problems or perceived problems. That f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 07:06 • 3 views
Rachel Manija Brown Rachel Manija Brown's blog:
I HATE zombies. And body horror creeps me out. And child-in-danger stories are usually annoying and manipulative. So I can’t believe I am actually recommending a child-in-danger zombie novel that is chock-full of disturbing body horror… but this one is really good.

It opens with a heartbreakingly... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 13:23 • 18 views
Jenny Han Jenny Han's blog:


#PSIStillLoveYou is @laurenconrad’s next book club pick! Head over to laurenconrad.com to join in!

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Published on July 01, 2015 08:59 • 17 views
Vanessa Kelly Vanessa Kelly's blog:

HIGHLANDER

I’m so thrilled that HOW TO MARRY A ROYAL HIGHLANDER is now in stores. This is the 4th and final book in my Renegade Royals Series, and my first featuring a Highlander hero. The advance reviews have been great, I’m happy to say! You can check them out, read a few excerpts, and also find buy l...

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Published on July 01, 2015 10:32 • 8 views
Heather B. Moore Heather B. Moore's blog:
Coming this December! I'm in a Christmas story compilation with many other wonderful authors. We each tell a story about how we were able to find the joy of Christmas amid all of the hustle and bustle.


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Published on July 01, 2015 12:07 • 7 views
Michael Shermer Michael Shermer's blog:
Why cops kill
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The ongoing rash of police using deadly force against minority citizens has triggered a search for a universal cause—most commonly identified as racism. Such soul searching is understandable, especially in light of the racist e-mails uncovered in the Ferguson, Mo., police department...

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Published on July 01, 2015 12:00 • 11 views
Anton Strout Anton Strout's blog:
Tue, 13:05 : Is it fun to rip on a popular author cuz you see them as an easy target? What have you brought to the world today other than douchebaggery? Tue, 16:56 : When I need a moment of calm, my mind's eye envisions sitting on the quiet porch of Stockbridge's Red Lion Inn at night... what's... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 05:04 • 6 views
Catherynne M. Valente Catherynne M. Valente's blog:

The fourth book in the Fairyland series, The Boy Who Lost Fairyland, is out today!


Yes, that is a boy and Chicago and a knitted wombat on the cover. Do not fear! This is still a series about September and her adventures in Fairyland, and you will absolutely find out what happened after the admitt...

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Published on March 03, 2015 07:40 • 5 views
Simon Wood Simon Wood's blog:

ThomasAndMercerI am happy to announce that I’ve signed a new three-book contract with Thomas and Mercer. The titles purchased are INFIDELITY LIMITED, SAVING GRACE (a follow-up to PAYING THE PIPER) and THE NEVERWAS MAN. Brilliance Audio will be producing the audio edition. I hope you’re as pleased as I am.


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Published on July 01, 2015 07:00 • 7 views
Gareth L. Powell Gareth L. Powell's blog:
It’s a question all writers get asked, but few can honestly answer. We tend to use humour to dodge the issue. For instance, science fiction author Eric Brown swears there’s a little old lady from Leeds who will, if you send her five pounds, mail you an idea by return of post. Neil Gaiman has spok... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 04:37 • 5 views
Paul Krugman Paul Krugman's blog:
Is Puerto Rico just in the wrong place?
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Published on July 01, 2015 13:38 • 29 views
Barry Lyga Barry Lyga's blog:

IMG_3682_blogifiedOne more chance, people! Just one.


I’ve given away four ARCs ofAfter the Red Rain signed by Peter Facinelli, Rob DeFranco, and yours truly. I have one left. And I’m going to give it away…


…to one of my newsletter subscribers!


It’s been a while since I’ve sent out a newsletter, but I’ll be doing so o...

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Published on July 01, 2015 09:11 • 8 views
Martha Wells Martha Wells's blog:
Great review this morning of the Books of the Raksura: Sky's the Limit

A fantasy story about a human culture dominated by a from-birth caste system, ruled by physically strong women who take beautiful, docile male consorts – a culture that lacks a concept of marriage, where all children are raised... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 06:02 • 16 views
Stacia Kane Stacia Kane's blog:

Good lord! I cannot believe it’s been so long since I’ve updated here. And this is not going to be a long post (sorry), but I do have some nice long posts planned for the next few months.


I’ve been very busy–mostly working (I have given myself carpal tunnel, bleh) but also dealing with some family...

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Published on July 01, 2015 04:50 • 24 views
Dave Barry Dave Barry's blog:
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Published on July 01, 2015 09:42 • 4 views
Scott Adams Scott Adams's blog:

Last August I described in this blog an ideafor creating a safe zone for civilians that want to escape ISIS-held territory. You can see that here. The idea is based on a novel I wrote years ago, the sequel to God’s Debris, called The Religion War.

The idea is that a friendly country would create a...

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Published on July 01, 2015 07:04 • 7 views
George R.R. Martin George R.R. Martin's blog:
Much to my surprise, my editor Anne Groell sent me an email while I was over in Europe (Germany, Sweden, Aland) to let me know that the mass market paperback of A GAME OF THRONES had hit number one on the NEW YORK TIMES bestseller list for the week of July 5.

The July 5 list shows:

New York Times B... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 08:45 • 250 views
Ilona Andrews Ilona Andrews's blog:

So, I’m a big fan of searching You Tube for music. I saw this video a long time ago while clicking through other songs.


I, personally, love this version so much more than the rap version. There’s something so haunting and emotional about her voice, with nothing more than the piano accompanying her...

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Published on July 01, 2015 10:27 • 78 views
Gayle Lynds Gayle Lynds's blog:
When you have a great day, what do you do? Yesterday was big for me. My new book finally reached bookstores and libraries. I'm humbled by the wonderful article below.
http://www.thebigthrill.org/2015/06/b... #spies #espionage #assassins #RobertLudlum Gayle Lynds Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 13:47 • 8 views
Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho's blog:
Life is like a big bike race, with the path to the finish line being your personal path. At the start, we all ride together – sharing the camaraderie and enthusiasm. But as the race progresses, the initial joy gives way to the real challenges: tiredness, monotony, doubts about our own abilities.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 05:05 • 14 views
Susane Colasanti Susane Colasanti's blog:
Welcome July! July really is the best month of summer. It’s usually warm without too many hot days. It’s not August with the impending sense of summer vacay coming to an end. July is an entire month to live on … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2015 13:16 • 14 views
Meg Waite Clayton Meg Waite Clayton's blog:

This is how a literary friendship begins: on a train going in the wrong direction. My friend Kamy Wicoff and I first met at a lovely literary salon our mutual friend Marilyn Yalom hosts, but Kamy lives in New York and I’m in California. We reconnected again, though, when we were both speaking at...

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Published on July 01, 2015 13:17 • 5 views
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