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Kyle Robert Shultz Kyle Robert Shultz's blog:

This isn’t going to be a long post; I just wanted to update my followers on a couple of things. First off, about those extended marketing plans for The Beast of Talesend: I’m afraid they’ve stalled for the time being. Snags have arisen in my efforts to publish to both Nook and iBooks, so it looks...

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Published on April 22, 2017 15:00 • 1 view
L. Loren L. Loren's blog:

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This week’s selection for the LoveRotica Book Challenge falls under the Virgin genre. I have grown weary of the quintessential virgin being deflowered by the Alpha stud, so when I saw this book I was a little skeptical. Being that the author is Eddie Cleveland, one of my favorite ma...

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Published on April 22, 2017 07:07 • 1 view
Aria E. Maher Aria E. Maher's blog:

[image error]Hey, everyone! Just a super quick update to let you know that ‘Fugitive’, Chapter 6 of The Tangle, is now live on Channillo! Click here to check it out.

Sorry I haven’t been posting in a while… Last week was my break week from school, and I may have been a bit lazy and watched a lot...

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Published on April 22, 2017 05:34 • 1 view
Chris Riddell Chris Riddell's blog:


Drawing on Facebook live.

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Published on April 23, 2017 01:27 • 1 view
L.A.  Brown L.A. Brown's blog:
Today is the last chance to get Haunted Essence for free on Amazon! If you have been wanting to read Haunted Essence now is the time to get your copy! Thank you again and happy reading! :) Haunted Essence Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 04:29 • 1 view
Bernard Jan Bernard Jan's blog:
Two of my books in Croatian are still available for purchase and this is a tip how you can get them!

Cruel Summer (Okrutno ljeto) is my YA adventure/mystery novel with a slight dystopian touch, set in New York City in an alternate reality at the end of the last millennium.

Seventeen-year-old Michae... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 04:24 • 1 view
Jenna Moreci Jenna Moreci's blog:

I know a handful of talented writers, but most of them aren’t quite finished with their manuscripts. I also make it a habit not to recommend novels unless I’ve read ‘em in full; I’ve recommended books in the past that I hadn’t yet finished, and I’m not looking to repeat that mistake. So with that...

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Published on April 23, 2017 02:55 • 1 view
Álvaro Bisama Álvaro Bisama's blog:

MUCHOS parecen tener miedo de que la historia se repita. Sea en una primaria o en la primera vuelta electoral, comienza a rondar el fantasma de otra derrota por parte de la Falange. Pero cómo entender que varios de los mismos que hace semanas aplaudían efusivamente a la candidata después de su di...

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Published on April 23, 2017 02:10 • 1 view
S.K. Dunstall S.K. Dunstall's blog:

Answers to last week’s mystery fantasy quiz.


Stop right here if you haven’t tried to answer the questions yourself, and go to last week’s post first.


Ready?



Mystery One

Someone is disembowelling children.  Not only that, they’re tattooing the arms (and thighs) of the victims, from wrist to elbow.  I...

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Published on April 22, 2017 17:00 • 1 view
Karen J. Carlisle Karen J. Carlisle's blog:

The alarm went off twice this morning. Well, I think it was twice. Maybe it was three? I cracked open an eye and cringed back into the sheets away from the sunlight streaming through the curtains. The alarm blared once more. My hand slapped the off button. I groaned and dragged myself out of bed....

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Published on April 22, 2017 20:58 • 1 view
Chris   Lloyd Chris Lloyd's blog:
One of my favourite things that I learned last Christmas was the Icelandic tradition of Jolabokaflod, where my understanding of it is that you read books and eat chocolate well into the night on Christmas Eve. In a true spirit of solidarity, I’m happy to say that I’ve been keeping the tradition g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 03:29 • 12 views
Ali Edwards Ali Edwards's blog:

Ah, Friday. Love this day of transition into the weekend. 

We are getting closer to the end of this documenting project and like most years I'm taking fewer photos. I'm totally fine with that. 

Keep going my friends and get what you can get. Enjoy the last couple of days of more consistent photo t...

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Published on April 22, 2017 09:20 • 1 view
Carol Pedroso Carol Pedroso's blog:

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Synopsis:

One mistake is all it takes for all hell to break loose.


After sorceress Alexandra tries to kill her insane father, her fae uncle expels her from the Otherworld to keep her safe. Living among humans, she wants nothing more than to leave her past behind. But working for t...

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Published on April 22, 2017 10:59 • 17 views
Oliviu Craznic Oliviu Craznic's blog:
Oliviu Craznic 179. Când personajele au replici șmecherești în situații tensionate, replicile nu mai sunt șmecherești, iar situațiile nu mai sunt tensionate.

Oliviu Crâznic, autorul volumelor:

....Și la sfârșit a mai rămas coșmarul (...And Then The Nightmare Came At Last) by Oliviu Craznic
Comandă aici:
http://www.edituravremea.ro/...--i-la...
Varianta electronică poate fi comandată aici:
http://www.elefant.r...
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Published on April 23, 2017 03:15 • 26 views
M. Caspian M. Caspian's blog:
[image error]The “Stone Store” Kerikeri. New Zealand’s first store, built in 1832. I bet it had quicker cross-town delivery times in 1832 than Farmers do now. Photo by Jennifer Whiting on Flickr, used under a Creative Commons Licence

Mainstream New Zealand retailers suck at online service. Small s...

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Published on April 23, 2017 01:51 • 1 view
Jason Reynolds Jason Reynolds's blog:

EARTH DAY, 2017 (for the planet)


took a while to figure out

what to say


this poem

feels like an apology

feels like an obituary


had a bunch of siblings

had a bunch of cousins


family everywhere

but not a friend in sight


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Published on April 22, 2017 07:24 • 12 views
Jane Commane Jane Commane's blog:



Marvin Thompson has followed his family’s tradition of migration (his parents were born in Kingston, Jamaica) by moving from London to mountainous South Wales. As a child, he was read Anansi stories and 1984. Without these literary experiences, he may never have developed a love for narrative th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 01:00 • 10 views
Susan Fanetti Susan Fanetti's blog:

Hi all!


It’s time to reveal the cover and synopsis for the fourth and final installment of The Northwomen Sagas. Father’s Sun is Solveig’s story, and her true love is Magni.


If you’re a reader of the series, then you know that Solveig is Brenna and Vali’s daughter, and Magni is Olga and Leif’s son....

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Published on April 22, 2017 11:26 • 1 view
HarperValentine HarperValentine's blog:




The essentials laid there, used and finished with.

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Published on April 22, 2017 05:09 • 1 view
Dane Waters Dane Waters's blog:
I RAISE A GLASS (of orange juice, cuz I don't drink alcohol), TO ALL MY FRIENDS (oh yeah. I have no friends) WITH DEPRESSION, IN THE HOPES (oooohhhh, that's a pretty word, isn't it) OF THE DAY (or night, I'm not picky) WHEN DEPRESSION (which really sucking fucks, by the way) IS NO LONGER A PART O... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 22:17 • 12 views
B.J. Harvey B.J. Harvey's blog:
Game Ender - Thomas and Amy's story - is now live on all platforms.

Buy Links:
Amazon - getbook.at/GameEnder
iBooks - http://apple.co/2g6KGmC
B&N - http://bit.ly/2fEzRrF
Kobo - http://bit.ly/2iHHR7V
Google Play - http://bit.ly/2oLxfes

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Published on April 23, 2017 02:56 • 11 views
Julie Sondra Decker Julie Sondra Decker's blog:
Life news this week: 
Saturday did not see much accomplishment besides blogging and answering some messages (which I had to do from my living room because that was the room in which I could hear the neighbors' noise the least). I am constantly rearranging my sleeping and my everyday existence to b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 11:12 • 1 view
Jay Northcote Jay Northcote's blog:

I wrote a post for Joyfully Jay that I wanted to link to from here.


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“When I decided I wanted to write a book with a trans main character in it, I had a lot of worries about how some m/m readers might react. Let’s face it—a lot of m/m readers are here for the sex (at least in part). I...

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Published on April 23, 2017 00:02 • 14 views
Pa Raghavan Pa Raghavan's blog:

மஹும, இவன சரிபபட மாடடான. நாககுககுச சேவகம பணணிககொணடிருநத பிரகஸபதி தேக சௌககியததுககு உணணாவிரதம இருபபதைப பறறிப பேச ஆரமபிததுவிடடானே எனறு நினைபபீரகளானால சறறு அவசரபபடுகிறீரகள எனறு அரததம. வேகம குறைய ஆரமபிதத கணிபபொறியை ஃபாரமட செயது வேகம கூடடுவது போல, செயறபாடடு வீரியம மடடுபபடட இலலததரசி, அமமா வீடடுககுப போயத...

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Published on April 22, 2017 09:30 • 14 views
Lisa Shea Lisa Shea's blog:

Hurrah! Book 23 in my Time Travel Sweet Romance series is now live! This one is set in Ireland during the famine. Only 99 cents, grab your copy!


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071DK7KT2/


I’m now working on book 28. What are you guys working on today?



The post Book 23 in my Time Travel Sweet Romance...

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Published on April 22, 2017 13:08 • 17 views
Bre Faucheux Bre Faucheux's blog:

The beautiful Rebecca, also known as Blonde in the Belly of the Beast, did a wonderful video concerning her journey toward discovering that smaller towns in the state of Washington have better community cohesion, less diversity, and all around a better atmosphere for the purpose of raising childr...

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Published on April 22, 2017 10:04 • 14 views
Alya Khomenok Alya Khomenok's blog:
«Vieščuny iduć na Bielaruś» («Magicians go to Belarus»), novels from the collection of works by graduates of the young writer's school finally came out!
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Published on April 23, 2017 02:41 • 22 views
R.B.  Austin R.B. Austin's blog:

“Are you sorry you ever met me, Tom?”


“I was born to met you, Izz. I reckon that’s what I was put here for.”



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Image by Manuel Plantin on INAG.


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Published on April 22, 2017 04:00 • 10 views
Jenna Zark Jenna Zark's blog:
In the early years of my first marriage, I was introduced to a friend of the Rabbi's wife where my (first) husband worked. The friend was apparently an artist, or at least, that's how the Rabbi's wife introduced her. She asked me what I did and I started talking about writing plays and acting. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 19:28 • 15 views
Glinda Izabel Glinda Izabel's blog:

Sapete quanto io abbia amato "Passenger" di Alexandra Bracken, pubblicato dalla Sperling il 18 Marzo e recensito lo stesso giorno (la mia recensione). Dunque, una volta pubblicato il secondo libro della duologia, non potevo che fiondarmi tra le sue pagine e assaporarne ogni frase! Per contagiarvi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 04:17 • 17 views
Gary L. Graybill Gary L. Graybill's blog:
I was cleaning out my computer hard drive, deleting old files and photos and just trying to clear out the cobwebs. I was amazed and the sheer amount of "stuff" I found that I had either written or saved over the years. Some of it was interesting and worth saving, but most was interesting but usel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 00:00 • 15 views
Susanne Matthews Susanne Matthews's blog:

Today’s letter and post is courtesy of Susanne Matthews, author of ALL FOR LOVE. Heart pounding, your fingertips tremble as you turn another page. It’s well past midnight, but you have to know what’s going to happen next. If you’ve ever felt like this reading a book, then you’ve been caught in t...

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Published on April 22, 2017 07:23 • 11 views
Paul Michael Anderson Paul Michael Anderson's blog:

So, over on the most social of medias, this happened:

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I’m pretty happy about this; Unnerving Magazine, edited by Eddie Generous, has been on my radar for a while; I did a What-Are-You reading guest post in October of 2016, and the the magazine reviewed (favorably) Bones Are Made to...

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Published on April 22, 2017 10:30 • 12 views
Vanessa Clark (V.C.) Vanessa Clark (V.C.)'s blog:
My Record Store Day was a success!!

As some of you may know, I LOVE vinyl, and my favorite New York City record store (the one of few that are still standing in the Big Apple), Generation Records, was hosting theirs today, and it was awesome!

Getting to Generation Records very early was soo worth... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 20:35 • 1 view
Adam Nevill Adam Nevill's blog:

Fellow Brummies and lovers of horror. On the 28th of May, you have a gem of a little horror fest’ up and dancing. It’s also being held at the Gunmakers Arms Brewery and its onsite pub. I did an event there recently with the Birmingham Horror Group, and it’s a cracking location, and only a few min...

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Published on April 22, 2017 04:25 • 14 views
Tracey-anne McCartney Tracey-anne McCartney's blog:
April 23 marks the saint’s day of England’s patron saint St George.  Saint George and the Dragon by Gustave Moreau.Who was Saint George? Why is he England's patron saint?
In hagiography, as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers and one of the most prominent military saints, he is immortalised in the my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 02:01 • 1 view
Sara Raasch Sara Raasch's blog:


Husband: How many cats did they have to milk to fill these up?

Me:

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Published on April 22, 2017 09:06 • 12 views
Jodi Ellen Malpas Jodi Ellen Malpas's blog:

Of course!


Check out this little snippet from ALL I AM



 


Jesse’s eyes roll dramatically, his big chest expanding under his Ralph Lauren shirt on an inhale. “You practically trampled a guy.” He toasts me with his glass. “That’s a huge red flag, mate. Welcome to the world of crazy. If you want my ad...

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Published on April 20, 2017 06:32 • 14 views
Leighton Gage Leighton Gage's blog:
Zoë Sharp
As I write this, I am deep in the French Alps with limited wi-fi connection, so my friend and fellow author John Lawton, has very kindly stepped into the breach with the first of his impressions of Berlin, a city brilliantly explored in the first of his Joe Wilderness series, AND THEN WE... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 21:00 • 17 views
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