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Jane Lindskold Jane Lindskold's blog:
I’m inviting you to come play with me and Julie and Tori. We’re reading Roger Zelazny’s novel A Night in the Lonesome October one chapter a day, each day in October. (There are thirty-one chapters, some of which are super short.)

Here’s how this came about… Tori was over and, not surprisingly, we... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 20:32 • 1 view
Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace's blog:
Hi everyone! Game Warden is now available in print as well from both Createspace and Amazon! Here's the links:

https://www.createspace.com/4979271

http://www.amazon.com/Warden-Black-Sw...

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Published on October 01, 2014 20:05 • 5 views
Robert R. Mitchell Robert R. Mitchell's blog:
“My father’s original plan, before the indignant hog alerted the world to his escape, was to scramble down the hill to the river and follow its sheltered bank north until it veered West. Then he’d have to carefully pick his way north through the countryside until he found the railroad tracks head... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 19:54 • 27 views
Tara Sivec Tara Sivec's blog:
Tattoos and TaTas is LIVE everywhere so make sure you grab your copy! During the month of October, all proceeds will be going to Susan G. Komen and Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

Tattoos and Tatas (Chocoholics, #2.5) by Tara Sivec


Grab this $1.99 book and tell your friends!!!


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Published on October 01, 2014 19:32 • 11 views
Charles Hecht Charles Hecht's blog:
Thank you to the Atria Plainview book club for inviting me by for a truly enjoyable discussion of "Christmas Lights."
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Published on October 01, 2014 19:04 • 6 views
Kathy Vassilakis Kathy Vassilakis's blog:
check out this great children's book. Amazing message to read to children. If you love animals and want your children to love animals as well perfect book to read to them. Compassion for animals is greatly connected to goodness of character.

I Woof You from the Bottom of My Heart by Kathy Vassilakis

Kathy Vassilakis

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Published on October 01, 2014 18:09 • 9 views
Nico Jaye Nico Jaye's blog:
Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, guess what? A Time for Loving is coming soon to an ebook retailer near you!

First off, take a gander at the absolutely gorgeous cover that the incomparable Natasha Snow has created for this little bonbon of historical smuff.

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Published on October 01, 2014 18:28 • 25 views
David J. Gibbs David J. Gibbs's blog:
So is it wrong if a tough cop likes potato salad? I had an editor once tell me that was a terrible detail to use to describe a cop...what do u think?
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Published on October 01, 2014 17:54 • 6 views
Kathy L. Coogan Kathy L. Coogan's blog:
How We Begin Writing

The first essay prompt that you were ever given was in grade school. “How I spent my summer vacation,” is the age-old essay prompt that teachers everywhere employ to begin a school year.

Kindergarten kids use rudimentary crayoned pictures of smiling stick-figures swimming, runn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 17:53 • 32 views
Robert  Zwilling Robert Zwilling's blog:
Reading The Animal Words

Reading The Animal Words

Listening and talking is not always the same as listening and talking
Sounds confusing but not listening as one talks is even more so
There are those who claim to know it all but really now
Is it all that they know but that's not the whole story
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Published on October 01, 2014 17:40 • 8 views
Skylar Nightingale Skylar Nightingale's blog:
Get ready! The give away for Forbidden Acts Forbidden Acts by Skylar Nightingale has begun. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 17:05 • 17 views
Meredith Wilshere Meredith Wilshere's blog:
As I watch the rain fall from the clouds that loom over a hazy Boston, I reflect on what drives my soul this morning. It's a love that drives me into the puddles left by the small droplets, forming into something bigger, it's the wispy breeze that flows through my fingertips. It's a desire to mak... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 16:47 • 17 views
Stephanie Queen Stephanie Queen's blog:
Yes, that's right! I need help AGAIN with naming a character. This time he's the conniving doctor in charge of medical research in PLAYING UNTIL THE END!

Submit your entry by emailing me at:
stephaniequeen (at) rocketmail (dot) com

Subject Line: Conniving Doctor Character Name Contest

Deadline: I ne... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 16:47 • 11 views
Becki Willis Becki Willis's blog:
The Girl from Her Mirror is now available in paperback! Shop at www.amazon.com for your choice of paperback or e-book, or at www.beckiwillis.com (paperback only).

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Published on October 01, 2014 16:42 • 7 views
Ginger  Gelsheimer Ginger Gelsheimer's blog:
We've been working hard to bring you resources that are fun and informative to help you with your self publishing needs! Take a look inside! Find out which 4 books will be featured in the Authors' Cave Book Club this month, where the Blog Train is going, which books are FREE and $0.99 and more!

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Published on October 01, 2014 16:42 • 7 views
Ken Montrose Ken Montrose's blog:
"I love someone," Julie said to nobody in particular. "I have loved him since we were little kids. He lived two houses down from me."

"Why aren't you with him now?" Emu asked.

"We broke up a little over a year ago," Julie answered. "He said he couldn't watch me pour my life down the drain. He got... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 16:37 • 18 views
Gareth Johnson Gareth Johnson's blog:
"The mechanic" is currently on free promotion.

This is a collection of short stories about the guys that work in garage.

It's erotic gay (m/m) fiction.

You can find this book on Amazon here:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0...

The Goodreads listing is here:
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 16:35 • 29 views
Lisa Black Lisa Black's blog:
An excerpt:

The blood didn’t worry her, not at first. A few drops of blood at a morgue are like a coffee stain or an errant paper clip in a sea of cubicles. The dead are often not tidy, and any person overly concerned with biohazards quickly chooses another line of work.
Theresa MacLean was not... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 15:55 • 7 views
S.J. Frost S.J. Frost's blog:
I'm not happy to write this post and I'm going to be rather quick with it. Honestly, the longer I write about this situation, I fear I'll run the risk of becoming unprofessional as my emotions take hold. So for now, I'm going to not give too many details and just touch on this issue as it pertain... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 15:37 • 22 views
Anna Celeste Burke Anna Celeste Burke's blog:
Dr. Watson, I presume. He may not be your favorite, but I’d wager Dr. Watson, sidekick to the inimitable Sherlock Holmes, is the best known. Then there’s Captain Hastings, frequent companion to the persnickety PI, Hercule Poirot. Hastings is also a familiar character, especially now that Hugh Fra... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 15:39 • 73 views
Richard Bach Richard Bach's blog:

A NEW EXPERIENCE, for me.


For the last several years, wishing for a dear female friend, I found that wishing is not sanctioned by a culture which measures age. It used to be, that I’d wish for someone to touch my life and sure enough, I’d find someone perfect. Now I find that if we’ve lost our dea...

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Published on September 29, 2014 14:50 • 5 views
Karen GoatKeeper Karen GoatKeeper's blog:
Dora's Story is late but on track. I think I have a real artist to do the cover now. I'm still working on the line drawings.
When I published the first two Hazel Whitmore books, I made some simple formatting mistakes that many new authors make. I would like to fix them. I was also asked about reci... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 14:44 • 6 views
Caroline Bock Caroline Bock's blog:
FLASH FICTION: "Read On" -- You'll ruin your eyes, she said, like your mother, and god knows you have her eyes. She had to wear glasses.Cat's eyeglasses.She'd never wear those glasses around the boys. And here my Nana offered up another one of her sayings—about boys and girls and glasses, which w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 14:32 • 18 views
Clare Wilson Clare Wilson's blog:
This is an issue that I have been contemplating a lot these days. What does your chosen genre say about you? Can you always judge an author by their cover, and better still, should you shift between genres or are you strictly loyal?

I have by and large always been a fantasy person, as both a reade... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 14:29 • 85 views
Donald J. Bingle Donald J. Bingle's blog:
As most of you probably know by now, I launched a Kickstarter today for my novella, Frame Shop. It’s a mystery/thriller set in a writers’ group and punctuated by violence, humor, and occasional writing advice. I’m hoping it appeals not only to my regular readers (“Hi, Mom!”), but to mystery reade... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 14:23 • 50 views
Heidi Belleau Heidi Belleau's blog:
Long time no see! (And no . . . website update! Uh. Sorry. I'm getting to that.)

Today I'm here with some amazing character art I commissioned of the Rear Entrance Video boys! Justyna Wycislakis an artist I've enjoyed and followed on tumblr for quite awhile, so I asked her if she'd like to do some... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2014 17:31 • 12 views
Rosa María Artal Rosa María Artal's blog:
La tragedia se consumó. Artur Mas, el presidente catalán, firmó su desafío soberanista. Y no solo eso, deja el destino de Cataluña en manos de la movilización callejera, una Lluita de Carrer, emparentada, quién sabe, con la Kale Borroka. Se rompe España, la hora de activar el Estado de Derecho pa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2014 12:19 • 7 views
Winston  Blakely Winston Blakely's blog:
Feast your eyes on more work from
my upcoming artbook this month.

Aura- The art of Winston Blakely

Coming Oct. 15

See below for promo art.


http://blakelyworks.blogspot.com/2014... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 13:36 • 6 views
M.J.  Porter M.J. Porter's blog:
Evening, Afternoon and Morning (um - think I might be going backwards there but never mind)

Well it's October 1st! In only 30 days Brunanburh will be 'released' and I'm getting very very excited about it all. My beta readers think its great, and they're not always an easy audience and do like to c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 13:05 • 28 views
Carrie-Anne O'Driscoll Carrie-Anne O'Driscoll's blog:
Last Kiss: The Life and Death of Ka'tara Gallagher

A Los Angeles teacher was accused of was accused of dropping his pants on a field trip in 1983. Later, he thanked the district "for their support." He remained a teacher.


In 2012, this teacher was accused of over TWO DOZEN counts of lewd conduct...

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Published on October 01, 2014 13:03 • 13 views
John    Hennessy John Hennessy's blog:
Hi everyone. It's almost one year to the day that my first fiction book was released. Over the last twelve months, I have had reviews and comments from some of you, support from all of you. Others hosted my books on their blog. It takes time to do that, so I am grateful to you. Others still would... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 13:01 • 6 views
Shay Lynam Shay Lynam's blog:
Hey all,
So tomorrow I'll be participating along with a TON of other authors in a YA Scavenger Hunt. Yeah, it's as cool as it sounds. I'm on the INDIE TEAM and if you find me, you'll get a sneak peek at my upcoming novel, Never (this will include a super exclusive peek at my super secret cover)

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Published on October 01, 2014 12:43 • 10 views
Kristi Pelton Kristi Pelton's blog:
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Published on October 01, 2014 12:33 • 6 views
Claire Contreras Claire Contreras's blog:
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Published on October 01, 2014 12:29 • 17 views
Jodi Ellen Malpas Jodi Ellen Malpas's blog:

I LOVED contributing to The Observer’s special edition magazine this month, “Sex Uncovered”. Has the attitude towards sex in Britain changed? What were the results of the huge survey they carried out? Apparently, 20% of us have had sex with someone without knowing their name! Follow the below l...

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Published on September 29, 2014 03:33 • 5 views
Hadji VanderVeer Hadji VanderVeer's blog:
Thanks to everyone for their support of Camp Idonwannabhere. We all know the trials of being a first time author. Been very busy keeping up with the studio's other projects, but soon we will get to work on the follow up to camp. Thanks again,



Hadji VanDerVeer
Creative Director
Chocolate Toast St... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 12:06 • 19 views
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:
Bizarre religious commentary story on my Three Laws of Transhumanism and Artificial Intelligence article: http://apologetics-notes.comereason.o...
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Published on October 01, 2014 12:04 • 10 views
Savannah Grace Savannah Grace's blog:
**NEW POST**
My publishing roller coaster in the past 2 years and my pre-release writer "party" in Amsterdam. You can read the whole story on the website here -->
http://sihpromatum.wordpress.com/2014... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 12:03 • 1 view
Rival Gates Rival Gates's blog:
The other day my daughter wanted to use the computer but I was busy writing. She had no problem with that. With her tablet in hand she went to her room. I didn’t see her again for hours. When she finally came up for dinner I asked her what game she was playing. She informed me that she wasn’t pla... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 01, 2014 11:58 • 13 views
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