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Kimberly Labor Kimberly Labor's blog:
Bermuda Diary - July 2016
Note: all local Bermudian names except Lady Swan and Mrs Smith have been changed.

Day 1 – Hamilton
Less than two hours from New York City, and exiting the plane, the heat and humidity hit me like a wall—but a pleasant summery wall. Jürgen, Austrian, a thirty-year expat, and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 15:03 • 9 views
Tracy Ewens Tracy Ewens's blog:
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Published on July 25, 2016 13:46 • 9 views
M.L. Weaver M.L. Weaver's blog:
I logged off for five minutes, and now it's more than a year later, I'm enrolled in mortuary school, my second novel is in the final stages of editing, and the third is taking shape in my mind!

It's good to be back, and I hope to see you all soon!
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Published on July 25, 2016 13:00 • 10 views
Lily Velez Lily Velez's blog:


Lavender in Bloom is now available on Amazon!

You can purchase the novel for your Kindle or in paperback right here .

Lavender in Bloom is a historical, coming-of-age romance set in southern France in the 1800s. It follows the developing (and unlikely) friendship between a quiet and reserved boy... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 12:49 • 7 views
Neil Carstairs Neil Carstairs's blog:


I'm pleased to reveal the cover for my new book - The Creator.



























Thanks have to go to Ace Book Covers for all the work they put in to get this ready.




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Published on July 25, 2016 12:47 • 1 view
Philip Keane Philip Keane's blog:
The last time I posted, my computer had just deleted the first few chapters of my next book. Since then, I took a break from being the greatest gay author in Cleburne county Alabama and equally groundbreaking - the worst book salesman in the universe.
My man and I hiked across Scotland via the Wes... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 12:45 • 34 views
A.C. Moyer A.C. Moyer's blog:

America is still RacistAccording to the Washington Times, only 28 percent of Americans believed racism was a 'big problem' in 2011. Still, in 2015, only 49 percent of Americans believed racism to be a 'big problem.'

If 51 percent of America doesn't believe racism is a problem, one can only imagine...

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Published on July 25, 2016 08:43 • 9 views
Morgana Blackrose Morgana Blackrose's blog:
Sale now on! Looks like my publishers have slashed the cover price of 'Phoenyx' in paperback. No idea how much longer this'll be available for, so if yer interested, grab a bit of classy erotica from Yours Truly before they pull the plug on me completely...

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Published on July 25, 2016 12:01 • 8 views
Natalie Grigson Natalie Grigson's blog:
My latest book needs your help, and it needs it now, so I'll keep this short and sweet:

"Just Call Me Is" will introduce children to concepts that we, as adults, are becoming more and more familiar with. Things like meditation, presence, gratitude - all, of course, by way of a relatable (and, sur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:51 • 33 views
Kristen Simmons Kristen Simmons's blog:
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:48 • 11 views
Aidan McNally Aidan McNally's blog:
Wow, it is only because of writing out a blog that I see how time is flying as we head for end of July this week, amazing.

I am hoping everyone and everybody has heard of my book thru July as it has been the month of getting the word out, if you have, I ask tell your friends. It sure is not easy g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:48 • 29 views
Courtney Lane Courtney Lane's blog:

Lies & Lullabies is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Watch this space, I’ll update the links for Kobo and iBooks when they are available.

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Synopsis: On the weekends, she’s Sugar, a woman free of the pretty prison constructed by her domineering father, who combs the dangerous...

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Published on July 25, 2016 11:24 • 12 views
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:
There are some job titles that have a bit of a stereotype. Even saying the profession may earn the odd negative assumption but often what we have to ask ourselves is not so much why the stereotype has been applied generally but if on an individual basis this reputation is justified.

Landlords, man... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:36 • 204 views
Steve Dunn Hanson Steve Dunn Hanson's blog:
The idea for this book came to me some 7 or 8 years ago, and it has been 5 years--hit and miss--in the writing. Much of this time was spent in research. I wanted every aspect to be completely authentic--from language, to people and customs, to settings, to clothes, to technology, to historicity,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:34 • 11 views
Zac Baldwin Zac Baldwin's blog:
While the talented Mr. Paul Feig has been around quite a while as an actor and director of television shows, he burst onto the movie scene in 2011 when he did the unthinkable - he made a very funny, ribald comedy called "Bridesmaids", 2011 (written by Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo) with and about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:22 • 13 views
David   Gustafson David Gustafson's blog:
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In view of recent events, history will probably soften its judgment of Tricky Dick Nixon.

After all, unlike Hillary and the Clinton "Foundation," Nixon never used public office to enrich himself or his family.

So it is with merciful kindness that one describes Little Miss Pig Shit Evil as the new... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:19 • 27 views
Paige Orwin Paige Orwin's blog:
So I got this figured out. If anyone wants a signed copy, contact these guys:

http://www.libertybaybooks.com/
libertybaybooks@embarqmail.com
(360) 626-3430

Let them know what you want written - or drawn - in your copy when you order it, and they'll summon me to the shop to get it done.

Bear in mind th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:17 • 6 views
Plague Jack Plague Jack's blog:
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A brief word on Amernia Fallen.

Yes, I’m still writing a third book, but no, I haven’t been working on it as much as I should. There are two reasons for this. The first is economic, but allow me to explain. If you’re reading this you’re probably familiar with Discord, the webcomic I launched w...

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Published on July 25, 2016 11:11 • 11 views
Kathy K. Cohen Kathy K. Cohen's blog:
Any of you watch the PBS mysteries "Morse", "Inspector Lewis", and "Endeavor"? I highly recommend them if you like mysteries. All are inspired by the Colin Dexter mysteries about Inspector Morse. They tie together in that after "Morse" became a big hit, his real-life character John Thaw died, and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:03 • 9 views
R.D. Vallier R.D. Vallier's blog:
Darkshine has been recommended on Catherine Griffin's website, Catherine Griffin's website. Yippee!! Check it out to see the review, and to get other great recommendations for books available on Kindle Unlimited.

You can also check out her mystery novel Meanwhile, at the Dernstrum Institute... on... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:02 • 10 views
Benjamin Radford Benjamin Radford's blog:
The clown has played an important role in all societies and cultures, and the bad clown is an inherent part of that. You can no more separate a good clown from a bad clown than a clown from his shadow. Bad, evil, and maladjusted clowns have plagued the world for centuries; here is a list of the t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:41 • 13 views
Richard Gardner Richard Gardner's blog:
2 signed copies of 'Righteous Release' are to be sent to the winners in this giveaway. There are many good reviews on both Amazon & Goodreads. Only a few hours left to enter so do it straight away. See the below link to take part.

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:29 • 15 views
Delaney Landon Delaney Landon's blog:

Free Kindle book preview. Read the first chapter for free and if you like it, follow the link from there and buy it on Amazon. Below is a little about the novel. Preview instantly available by clicking on the link below:

https://read.amazon.co.uk/kp/embed?asin=B01922AV3W&asin=B01922AV3W&... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:06 • 13 views
Dennis Moulton Dennis Moulton's blog:
So, it has been awhile since my last blog and I thought I would address a question that I have often been asked - where do I get my ideas? Some time ago, I covered the basic steps to writing and publishing. I guess you could call it a beginner's guide. However, early on, I said it all starts with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:20 • 13 views
Christine Hurley Deriso Christine Hurley Deriso's blog:
I've been reading a fascinating book recently ("Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" by Yuval Noah Harari), and one factoid in particular caught my attention:

Plenty of maps were drawn prior to the 15th Century, but most were ludicrously inaccurate. Mapmakers in the first few centuries of record... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 11:17 • 70 views
Philippa Gregory Philippa Gregory's blog:
Three Sisters, Three Queens UKFinished copies of Three Sisters, Three Queens are here and look lovely, especially the gorgeous endpapers. Not long to go now! Release is on 9th August. Pre-order here http://www.philippagregory.com/books/...
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:09 • 48 views
Em Shotwell Em Shotwell's blog:
This week I continue my blog series geared at showing readers how to keep their favorite authors working--and the books coming! Today we are going to look at writing reviews!

A simple guide to leaving a short book review.
Writers love words. It’s true. We do.
It is kind of mandatory if you are goin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:31 • 12 views
Julie Elizabeth Powell Julie Elizabeth Powell's blog:






















SNOW IN JULY




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Kim Iverson Headlee









Official genre of book: Science Fiction - Fantasy crossover















Sir Robert Alain de Bellencombre has been granted what every man wants: a rich English estate in exchange for his valiant serv...
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:04 • 13 views
Jim Proctor Jim Proctor's blog:
First, I want to thank you all for following me. I am honored that so many of you have chosen to watch my insanity in action.

When I started out on twitter, I adopted a “pay-it-forward” approach, retweeting books and book related information from authors and bloggers. I love supporting fellow auth... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 10:02 • 157 views
A. Giacomi A. Giacomi's blog:
Hey all! Here are the details for my birthday contest:

1. You must follow me on Goodreads to be eligible!

2. TWO lucky followers will recieve:

*Ebook 1&2 of The Zombie Girl Saga

*Signed poster

*Zombie Girl Pen

*Zombie Girl (glow in the dark) key ring.

It's easy to enter! Let's do this!

WINNERS WILL B... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:59 • 69 views
Nelle L'Amour Nelle L'Amour's blog:
The Big O by Nelle L'AmourHere you go, my Belles! THE BIG O is "coming" your way August 4th! Watch this page for more info soon...
Add to your Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...


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Published on July 25, 2016 09:50 • 10 views
Paula Marinaro Paula Marinaro's blog:
Hi Friends,
Between welcoming one child home from three years in South Korea, sending another child off to live in the UK and buying a new home, I have been pretty busy! So sorry for neglecting the blog!
But what I have not been neglectful in is writing the next installment of the Hells Saints Ser... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:46 • 33 views
Stephanie Tyler Stephanie Tyler's blog:
Hey everyone

— it’s a busy day over here. First of all, welcome to my new home, care of Frauke at CrocoDesigns.com! It’s still a work in progress but when I told Frauke my deadline and wanting to have the new site up for Shelter Me’s release, she was on it with her usual, “no problem,” attitude....

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Published on July 25, 2016 04:28 • 19 views
Marjorie Jensen Marjorie Jensen's blog:
Happy Leo season! My interview with Siolo Thompson, the artist for Arcana: the Tarot Poetry Anthology, about her Linestrider Tarot deck was recently published on Spiral Nature: http://www.spiralnature.com/culture/s...

This month on the Tarot Poetry blog, I mused on the relationship between rhyme a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:14 • 46 views
A.G. Howard A.G. Howard's blog:

Today, The Architect of Song blog tour begins! Here's a quick look at the (INTL) prizes:

2 - signed The Architect of Song paperbacks3 - The Architect of Song e-books1 - heart locket necklace1 - Architect of Song poster1 - faux leather journal1 - 5X7 musical print3 - The Architect of Song swag pa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 08:34 • 24 views
Frank P. Ryan Frank P. Ryan's blog:
I'm now fully engaged in writing a new fantasy novel. I won't say anything about narrative content but, for those who might be interested, I'm more than happy to describe in a general kind of way how I am going about things. Some of my techniques are probably unique (peculiar) to me, but the gene... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:03 • 12 views
Carolee J. Horning Carolee J. Horning's blog:
Recently I've been thinking about how I have congregated to great friends. God brought me to United and I now have a wonderful church family there. Then God mysteriously led me to this wonderful group of friends with dogs to form another family. And then there is my Telling family, my fellow cast... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 25, 2016 09:02 • 63 views
Roxanne Rhoads Roxanne Rhoads's blog:
Dark Heart Book 1
by Pat Esden
https://amzn.com/1496700058
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Published on July 25, 2016 08:55 • 6 views
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