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Gary Drumm Gary Drumm's blog:
So I'm having a great time launching my own publishing company, Bricklayer Publishing and launching my first book!

My book tells the story of how I went from 345 pounds to a far more fit and healthy person and delves into the philosophy and psychology behind what it really takes to make these life... Read more of this blog post »
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Andrea Zuvich Andrea Zuvich's blog:
Many of you know that I was eagerly anticipating this programme ever since I heard about it. I am always so pleased when filmmakers decide to set a story in the 17th-century. The more programmes and films that are made about this time period will make it as popular as the Tudors are. I thought Th... Read more of this blog post »
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Stefania Mattana Stefania Mattana's blog:

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30 things I learned in 30 yearsYes, today is the day. Happy birthday to me!

Thirty years. Cool, isn’t it?

Since that’s a very round figure, I spent the last few days thinking about the thirty things I learned in my thirty years of life on Earth. Here they are.


1) Help who deserves your...

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Brian C.  Jones Brian C. Jones's blog:

resurrection of JesusOne is very often asked at present whether we could not have a Christianity stripped, or, as people who asked it say, ‘freed’ from its miraculous elements, a Christianity with the miraculous elements suppressed. Now, it seems to me that precisely the one religion in the world, or, at least the on...

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Kelly  Jensen Kelly Jensen's blog:
I'd planned on writing up some reviews for today, but Sarah Andersen posted the results of a survey she ran with her high school students and I couldn't not talk about it. Go check out her post, "Are Teen Girls Seeing Themselves Reflected in What They Read?"



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K.F. Breene K.F. Breene's blog:
I'm not one of those people who go ga-ga over a new baby. I'm really not. Nor have I ever been.

You know the women I am talking about--hell, you probably are the woman I am talking about. Most are. And those that aren't feel pressure to be, so they pretend.

I don't pretend.

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Published on April 17, 2014 18:31 • 2 views
Elora Nicole Ramirez Elora Nicole Ramirez's blog:









At the end of March, on a day I met a friend at the airport and had coffee and looked her in the eye as she said "just write the book, Elora. I know you have it in you," I started the next piece of Stephanie's story.

I couldn't tell you how it happened. At first I just processed verbally and worke...

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Ruth  Silver Ruth Silver's blog:



Aqua
By- M.A. George
Genre- YA Paranormal
Publication Date- April 16th, 2014

Meet Layla McKelland:
Novelist (unpublished, but cut her some slack…seventeen is a bit early to despair),
Slightly neurotic introvert (Alright, let’s be honest…there’s no “slightly” about it),
International Woman of Myste... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 02:00 • 8 views
Doug Joseph Doug Joseph's blog:

This humorous post on the JoeForAmerica website has a list of “13 Images that will Stress-Out OCD Sufferers” — with an additional stress coming from amisspelling in the title (it has sense been corrected, but the URL still shows “Sufferers” misspelled as “Suffers”). Whether or not the additional...

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Published on April 17, 2014 12:50 • 5 views
Sarah Ann Walker Sarah Ann Walker's blog:
Spread the word and get ready! Only 3 weeks away until My Dear Stranger is released May 9th!
I am so excited (and scared) for this one...
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Published on April 17, 2014 18:47 • 12 views
J.S. Cooper J.S. Cooper's blog:

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I have several books available for preorder.


1.Redemption- The Sequel to Everlasting Sin

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2.To You, From Me- Zane’s Book to Lucky

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3.If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers)

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4.The Only Way (The Martelli Brothers)

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Selena Laurence Selena Laurence's blog:

I could not be more excited today because I get to reveal the cover for Lush 2 – For the Love of a Lush! This cover was designed by Cover It! Designs, who do all of the Lush and Hiding From Love covers. Take a look at Walsh and Tammy, and when you’re done, scroll down for information on the speci...

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Jen Frederick Jen Frederick's blog:

Nathan

My time with Charlotte flies by. I had taken her presence in my life for granted and it isn’t until she is gone that I realize how much she is part of my daily routine. Even before we touched each other in ways that I’d fantasized about, she was alwaysthere.And now she’s not.

Nick feels it t...

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Donna Alward Donna Alward's blog:

This month I’ve been writing the final bookin a 3-book series for Harlequin Romance. It doesn’t have a flash or a series name. We didn’t know it was going to be a series!


It all started when I wrote DARING TO TRUST THE BOSS. daring to trust the boss


Olivia was a brand spanking new college graduate who moved to New York Ci...

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Published on April 16, 2014 21:25 • 9 views
Eden Butler Eden Butler's blog:
I took a leap of faith and posted my upcoming summer read, "Thin Love."

Here's a small tease. You guys, this guy. Sigh. I am completely in love.




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Published on April 17, 2014 18:21 • 12 views
C.J. Peter C.J. Peter's blog:

Screenshot from 2014-04-12 05:18:04When writing “After the Burning: Princess“, I was in old school mode where every page was printed out. When revising/editing I would take a red pen and mark the crap out of the pages with corrections/notes/etc.


Now that I’ve moved to the self publishing game (and with my old printer having bitten...

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Allyse Near Allyse Near's blog:




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Sara Raasch Sara Raasch's blog:










Zuko’s little smile in that one frame ashjkfhskfuf

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Published on April 17, 2014 07:12 • 8 views
Sam Pink Sam Pink's blog:
i posted a story called 'blood man' on this site. it was cut out of 'witch piss.'
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Carolyn Hart Carolyn Hart's blog:
Annie Darling's 24th adventure caps an exciting several years of new books and the return of earlier titles, including most recently Castle Rock , Death by Surprise and a number of early titles now available as ebooks.

DEATH AT THE DOOR will be released on May 6, 2014. In one shocking week, two... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 08:46 • 9 views
Jack Getze Jack Getze's blog:
With both hands, I lift Nataska’s mask from the blanket and draw the Black Ogre’s likeness down over my face. Gazing through, a current of strength races through me, as if the black spirit's power flows directly to my heart. There is comfort in the darkness, the cover such a screen provides. Thi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 08:30 • 10 views
Aundrea Singer Aundrea Singer's blog:
Meet John: biblical, dependable, easy to pronounce and
I'm sure it's for those reasons that John is also a name given to a hilariously astonishing number of fictional characters (There was even a John Doe TV series, but I'm not sure that counts). What I find especially interesting is that John is... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 14:08 • 13 views
Anna Bayes Anna Bayes's blog:
There are lots of helpful articles out there about Twitter 101 and advanced techniques, but sometimes advice in the opposite direction gets the point across even more effectively. Molly Greene is an author, blogger, blog-coach and generally a friendly and helpful voice for newbies and experts ali... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 22:01 • 8 views
Sherry Gorman Sherry Gorman's blog:

Unknown


I haven’t taken a ‘real’ test since the Anesthesia Written Board Examination back in 2001…until two Fridays ago (which just so happened to be my birthday). In Hawaii, when you move from out of state they require you to take a written driver’s examination. My problem is that I got cocky. After a...

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Published on April 17, 2014 11:19 • 11 views
Nicholas Kaufmann Nicholas Kaufmann's blog:

My article for the exemplary Nightmare Magazine, “The H Word: Hardboiled Horror,” is now available to read for free on their website. Here’s a snippet:


Some of the best authors of horror and dark fantasy have been utilizing noir for decades now. William Hjortsberg’s famous novelFalling Angeldates...

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Published on April 16, 2014 08:06 • 9 views
Бранимир Събев Бранимир Събев's blog:


Автор: Емануел Керо
Издател: Сдружение "Книги-игри"
Година: 2014
Стр: 120
Цена: 6.99 лв

Нова книга-игра на хоризонта! Дръж се народе. Тази тънка, евтина книжка джобен формат е само 100 епизода и струва таман 7 левчета. Преводна е, авторът е французин, а Съновидение е най-добрата френска книга-игра за... Read more of this blog post »
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Patty Wiseman Patty Wiseman's blog:
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Isn’t every writer searching for the secret, the camouflaged jewel of wisdom that transforms your writing into a best seller? I do. My days not only consist of writing, but studying, as well. We all follow a different path when it comes to writing, but all sincere wordsmith’s have...

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Published on February 22, 2014 13:25 • 10 views
Jay Crownover Jay Crownover's blog:
Are you ready to find out what those flames on Nash's head are all about :)

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Published on April 17, 2014 14:14 • 21 views
Milly Taiden Milly Taiden's blog:

Welcome to the Dangerous Protector Cover Reveal!

Dangerous Protector is Book 2 in the Federal Paranormal Unit. (Pssst! You should begin this awesome series with Wolf Protector. Meet Trent, Erica and the gang and enjoy a #1 bestselling paranormal erotic suspense!)

So without further ado…*drum roll...
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Published on April 16, 2014 23:17 • 24 views
Monica  Murphy Monica Murphy's blog:

I’m in love peeps (squeeeeee)….

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New York Times bestselling author Monica Murphy wraps up her sexy Billionaire Bachelors Club series with a wedding to remember. But this time, they’re not bachelors anymore, and the groom … is one of them.


It’s Gage and Marina’s wedding day, but wedded bliss seems a...

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Janalyn Robnett Janalyn Robnett's blog:
Hello, all!
I'm glad to be a part of Goodreads! I'm fairly new to this area of social networking so, please bear with me as I learn the technological arena.

I write Bromance novels. My first novel: "The Solitary and The Mercenary" is up at Kindle and Nook and will soon be released as a paperback v... Read more of this blog post »
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Susana Ellis Susana Ellis's blog:

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Regency gentlemen had a serious obsession with fashion, especially after Beau Brummell arrived on the London scene. More about him next week.


During the Regency, knee breeches gave rise to trousers, although it was a good long time before trousers were accepted at Almack’s Assembly Rooms. By...

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Cheyanne Young Cheyanne Young's blog:
Hey fellow A to Z Bloggers. Two days ago I dropped my laptop.

That's not the problem. That laptop is a champ. I can't break it if I tried.

The casualty was from my flash drive. It had a whole lot of writing, documents, book covers, notes, plots and pictures of my cat that are now completely gone.

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Evan Grace Evan Grace's blog:
Book two on in my Starting Over series, Second Chances is on sale for only $.99. Pick it up today if you haven't all ready.

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Elizabeth Los Elizabeth Los's blog:

Spaces, commas and other separators are vital when it comes to writing.


Every time I run across something like what is found in the picture below, I’m reminded of the book: Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation.


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Bianca Giovanni Bianca Giovanni's blog:

Thanks! So glad you like the series! I don’t have a definite date on book 3 yet, but I’m guessing late summer/early fall perhaps.


I’m right there with you about Game of Thrones. :) Every time I see Jason in anything, I just keep thinking, “He’s the perfect James!”


Don’t know if you saw, but book 1...

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Paula Cappa Paula Cappa's blog:
This woman doesn't speak a single word and is only seen three times in this most famous short story of Edgar Allan Poe's. But she is the most mysterious character. If she were given a few lines, what would she be telling us about Roderick Usher?

You know the story ...

Catch the free short story, au... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 16:42 • 13 views
Pat Hatt Pat Hatt's blog:
So it seems some oblation is needed for O because the gods like to put on a show. Zeus is rather ticked so up his pad needs to be tricked. He may smite us all if we do not upgrade his hall.


Here is the chap,Who demands an oblation lap.He is a greedy fellow,Anything but mellow.

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Amy Allen Clark Amy Allen Clark's blog:
Mama_Francesca-7 *This post is sponsored by Mama Francesca Last month I mentioned my partnership with Mama Francesca Grated Cheese. I am excited to share another fun recipe idea that you can create in your kitchen and this one happens to require very little cooking, but is an impressive appetizer to add to your... Read more of this blog post »
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Jill Knapp Jill Knapp's blog:
Alex’s dad was the type of guy who you could never please. If you came home from school with a perfect test score, he’d ask why you didn’t offer to do extra credit. If you wrote him a song, he’d ask why you didn’t write him an opus. And most importantly, if you got into an Ivy League medical scho... Read more of this blog post »
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Heather    Leigh Heather Leigh's blog:
Hello everyone! As promised, Danielle at Raw Books made me some awesome teasers for Ride Hard (Condemned Angels MC Series #2) Enjoy!!




Ride Hard

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J. Kenner J. Kenner's blog:

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“Sexy and romantic tales utilizing the world’s ultimate bad boys….the sons of Satan. The characters are a...

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Brian Arthur Levene Brian Arthur Levene's blog:
My latest interview with Loren Kleinman on life and books. This might be my one and only interview this year. http://lorenkleinman.com/2014/04/easi...
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