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K.C. Cave K.C. Cave's blog:
Taken Hard in the Woods by K.C. Cave Frankly, this is like a non-stop gay porno, only words instead of pictures. It's filthy, virtually continuous gay sex in the woods. Then, at the end, the two guys, exhausted with fucking each other, drive to the closest town and hire the town whore. She turns out to be quite a handful. People t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 14:42 • 1 view
Jim  Story Jim Story's blog:
Now along comes Lucia Berlin. Or here she always was, I guess, only I didn’t know it. Poor lady only had a couple of thousand readers, by one estimate. Deserved, deserves many more. Wrote in short, snappy sentences. Black or … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 13:02 • 4 views
Phillip Crawford Jr. Phillip Crawford Jr.'s blog:

Just hours ago The Ready Set released the music video for their new single "Good Enough" from upcoming album I Will Be Nothing as reported by Shandana Mufti for Alternative Press. It's an absolutely beautiful song. In speaking about signing with Hopeless Records to make the album Jordan Witzigreu...

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Published on February 05, 2016 13:00 • 9 views
Erwin K. Thomas Erwin K. Thomas's blog:
Are you a damaged human being? Constant headaches, low energy, aches, pains, tense muscles, or are you nervous with colds and sweating palms? Are you going about with clenched jaws and grinding your teeth? Do you suffer from palpitations, anxiety attacks, ulcers and have violent outbursts? Do you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 13:29 • 19 views
T.E. Killian T.E. Killian's blog:
Accepted Memories (The Sycamore P.D. Series) – The Story Behind the Story

Here is the second in my series on how I came to write each one of my series and of course, each individual novel. Please feel free to ask me any questions about any of my novels or series that I may not answer in these blog... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 13:06 • 4 views
J.R. Wirth J.R. Wirth's blog:
Twisted Family Holidays will be free next weekend Feb 12 and 13 -- get a free copy and write a review.
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Published on February 05, 2016 12:55 • 3 views
Christy Deveaux Christy Deveaux's blog:
Q.: Why did you pick the title Wicka? A.: I liked the thought of using a name that would immediately allow the reader to know what the story was about. I also didn’t want people to confuse it with Wiccanism, which is why I changed it from Wicca to Wicka. Wicka The Chronicles of Elizabeth Blake by Christy Deveaux Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 12:24 • 8 views
Kaye Spivey Kaye Spivey's blog:
On Valentine's Day of this year An Isolated Storm will be 1-year old! To celebrate the anniversary of my very first published body of work, I'm going to be running another giveaway on this website. Starting Sunday (Feb. 7th) and running through Valentine's Day (Feb. 14th), enter for your chance t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 12:19 • 7 views
Melissa Eskue Ousley Melissa Eskue Ousley's blog:
Hi guys! I just posted more Sunset Empire. Hope you've been enjoying it, because we're nearing the end! Thanks for reading.

I also have a new blog post to share about a doll that gave me nightmares. One of the many reasons I write horror. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 12:12 • 3 views
Ed Lynskey Ed Lynskey's blog:
If you're a cozy mystery fan, then my blog post should interest you. The Corpse Wore Gingham: A Piper & Bill Robins Mystery, Book #1 is discounted to $1.99 during the release week of the second title Fur the Win to the series. Piper and Bill are a retired couple living in the suburbs who dec... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 12:18 • 38 views
Gonzalo Guma Gonzalo Guma's blog:
The end of this short story could be a rather disturbing thing, if it came true. I hope you like it, and if you do, be sure to COMMENT and SHARE. Thanks very much!

Paradoxes of Destiny? by Gonzalo Guma. Short story:

Dani! My boy! Are you all right? Where are you? Have you hurt yourself? Are you al... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 11:40 • 10 views
Sherry Parnell Sherry Parnell's blog:
Last night, I read to my son Laura Numeroff's book, "If You Take A Mouse To The Movies". We both love this book but I imagine for different reasons. We mutually enjoy the Christmas theme. But while my son loves the colorful illustrations and cute mouse, I appreciate the mouse's proclivity for hav... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 11:31 • 6 views
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:
Click to read:
http://www.georgethomasclark.com/?p=2496

An Englishman living in Spain recently contacted me about his wild times in the Madrid ghetto Valdemingomez, where I'd visited a few years earlier.
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Published on February 05, 2016 11:09 • 16 views
Brenda C. Poulos Brenda C. Poulos's blog:
In our world of social media, we are asked to rate products and services on countless surveys and questionnaires.

Teachers sometimes use “thumbs up/thumbs down” with their students.

Some people use a scale of 0-10.

Others use a sad face, neutral face, and a happy face.

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Published on February 05, 2016 10:54 • 3 views
Петър Тушков Петър Тушков's blog:
1. Румен Спасов от предаването „Книги завинаги“, радио Алма Матер Classic FM, беше така любезен да ме интервюира, за да кажа малко повече за „Отдел „И“.

2. На 11 февруари, пак по повод „Отдел „И“, ще гостувам в Общинска библиотека „Стоян Дринов“ в Панагюрище. Никога не съм посещавал този български... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:52 • 6 views
Kevin Gaughen Kevin Gaughen's blog:
When I published my first novel, Interest, I sat glued to my laptop, dreading every single rating and review that came in. I honestly thought I’d be mercilessly slaughtered by the reviewers while they laughed and tweeted sarcastic things about my book. However, something amazing happened: people... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:52 • 2 views
Raegan Butcher Raegan Butcher's blog:
Next month I am going to be giving away free copies of my first book in my chupacabra series, Fury of the Chupacabras. I will sign them, of course. Stay tuned for more.
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:47 • 13 views
Sandi Lynn Sandi Lynn's blog:
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:29 • 29 views
Bluette Matthey Bluette Matthey's blog:
We just moved our family of three cats and one honest dog to Le Locle, Switzerland, birthplace of my maternal grandmother. Though not nearly as picturesque a Swiss village as, say Appenzell, Le Locle is where watchmaking was born and the town does, indeed, run like a clock.

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Published on February 05, 2016 10:19 • 3 views
Carolee J. Horning Carolee J. Horning's blog:
I recently came across a Facebook picture that said, "Church is not something you go to, it's a family you belong to." That has really been sticking with me. For me, I have experienced both ends of the spectrum when it comes to that saying. And it's very ironic that now I can say my church family... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:10 • 43 views
Anu Korpinen Anu Korpinen's blog:
Piti kirjoittamani eilenkin ahkerasti. Niin piti, mutta meinaamiseksi se jäi. Poika alkoi kuumeilla toissayönä, ja itse kukin nukkui melko huonosti. Äiti varmaan kaikista vähiten. Oletettu vauvarokko on nyt tarkassa valvonnassa, ja kuume toivottavasti ohi viikonloppuun mennessä. Oli miten oli, te... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 10:05 • 9 views
Ann      Anderson Ann Anderson's blog:
This is a shout-out to writers with a completed manuscript who are wondering whether to seek an agent. Should you? I have no idea, but decisions are best made with lots of information, so I offer my experience and insights, such as they are.

I wrote a YA manuscript, did the query thing and signed... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:57 • 12 views
Philippa Gregory Philippa Gregory's blog:
Interesting work from neurologists at Yale suggests that Henry VIII may have suffered brain damage similar to that which affects NFL players – and from a similar cause. American football players suffer from a lot of blows to the head while playing the sport, and Henry VIII suffered several jousti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:28 • 102 views
Lois McMaster Bujold Lois McMaster Bujold's blog:
One of my several recent e-mail interviews is now up, here --

https://anniesbookstopworcester.wordp...

I had a very memorable book signing at their store, last book tour. We had a major snowstorm; I very nearly didn't make it, and only about four other customers did. There was lots of food. So I co... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:22 • 59 views
Laura Peyton Roberts Laura Peyton Roberts's blog:
If you share my love of figure skating, you already know that the biggest competitions for U.S. skaters start in January with the National Championships and culminate with the World Championships in March. (The Winter Olympics are the biggest event of all, of course, but those won’t be back until... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:22 • 11 views
Edward B. Diethrich Edward B. Diethrich's blog:
#Goredforwomen Inspiring day for a critical disease National Wear Red Day What women need to know about heart disease http://fxn.ws/1R94vnK
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:20 • 13 views
Aimélie Aames Aimélie Aames's blog:
Dear Readers,

I'm happy to announce that the last volume of the Marechal Chronicles is currently being reviewed by my editor. Once she has gone through it and I have reviewed her suggestions, the book will be published without delay.

--Aimélie Aames, February 5, 2016
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Published on February 05, 2016 09:06 • 12 views
Lourdes R. Florido Lourdes R. Florido's blog:
Henry’s Voice:
Writing is a fascinating process. So I’ve been working on my follow-up book to A Whisper of Angels: Even though the main conflict had been resolved in book one, there were some loose ends that needed to be expanded on and wrapped up, which of course led to some other sticky situati... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:52 • 5 views
Ofelia Gränd Ofelia Gränd's blog:

By ofeliagrand


A burning bookCC0 Public Domain

Another week has passed—sick children, sleepless nights, a football-injured husband. More chaos than normal in other words. I sat down to write this post when I realised I hadn’t read more than a few pages in the book I’m currently reading. I don’t usually read mor...

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Published on February 05, 2016 07:25 • 4 views
C.J. Carmichael C.J. Carmichael's blog:
I'm always attached to the settings of my books. Even when they're fictional, they feel very real to me. This is especially true for Twisted Cedars, Oregon, the setting of my mystery trilogy of the same name.

After years of painstaking plotting, writing (and re-writing) I've finally completed the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:38 • 21 views
Candy Korman Candy Korman's blog:
I'm conducting an experiment in Steampunk (writing in that most peculiar and wonderful genre), so I'm reaching out to readers and writers for advice...

http://www.candysmonsters.com/steampu...

Please share on Candy's Monsters blog! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:33 • 5 views
Seth T. Hahne Seth T. Hahne's blog:
Every February I put together a list of the best stuff from that year. Yesterday, I posted 2015's list. Hopefully you'll be able to find some worthwhile books on the list.

Find it here. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:30 • 30 views
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:
Gorgeous cool to warm Friday.
Did I tell all your guys that I'm going to the Super Bowl? This is the first time in a very long time. I'll be with my new publisher at Simon & Schuster (they're owned by CBS who sponsors the Super Bowl, and isn't that a handy thing?) And no, I did not go to S&am... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:26 • 6 views
Stephanie   Wood Stephanie Wood's blog:
It’s February again and to counteract those dull, dreary and dark mornings, I’ve decided to discount some of my sunshine books to warm everyone up!

So, for any of my Goodreads friends who are fans of the AEGEAN SUN series and are looking for a bargain, here is a list of the kindle countdown deals... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:19 • 36 views
D.M. Dondero D.M. Dondero's blog:
For Kelly Greene it's just another crazy hat Friday, but for me it's Friday Morning Blues. I was and still am deeply saddened by the loss of my beloved blue eyed Cocker Spaniel, Poppi Ann, just a week ago today. I never had another dog and Poppi was my baby. A smarter, more playful, damn good dog... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 08:06 • 16 views
Amanda Meuwissen Amanda Meuwissen's blog:
Emery Mavus just wants to survive his senior year of high school. Becoming a vampire complicates things. So does a bizarre mentor, a group of vampire hunters, and an unexpected, new attraction for his openly gay best friend, Connor. An occasional uncontrollable hunger for blood might be the least... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:50 • 66 views
Ginger Voight Ginger Voight's blog:


For today's blog, I'm featuring a tall glass of Southern Comfort by the name of Jonah Riley.



Confession: I don't like to do people on the covers of my books. I would go so far as to say I have a bias against it when I myself am browsing for books to read. Personally I find it intrusive. When I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:44 • 7 views
Charlie  B. Charlie B.'s blog:
I've read a few of this author's books now, and this is a distinct departure from his normal fair of historical erotica, it seems Charlie B. is very capable of writing other genres successfully. This Victorian melodrama concerns a poor East End girl who's mother is manipulated into selling her to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:45 • 4 views
H.R. Sealy H.R. Sealy's blog:
HI everyone. Let me start by saying that not only am I a new member to the GoodReads community. I didn't even know that this fantastic home existed for readers and authors, to come together, share books and interact with each other socially. A few of my readers had asked me if I was on GoodReads.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 11:08 • 8 views
John H. Wormser John H. Wormser's blog:
Books that are read quickly usually have the same thing in common. They are interesting. In this fast paced world reading has become sort of an activity you rarely have time for. It is therefore incumbent on you to find books that are not very long and are what as known in the publishing world as... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:33 • 28 views
Andrew Seiple Andrew Seiple's blog:
When I run RPG's, I usually try to give each non-player-character their own distinctive voice. Accents, tones, ways of speaking, stuff like that. It adds flavor to the game I find, helps the players visualize the person they're talking to. And honestly, it's pretty darn fun. The voices don't have... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:31 • 11 views
Andrew  Butcher Andrew Butcher's blog:
A Spirit Displaced (Lansin Island, #3) by Andrew Butcher Hello, Lansin Island Fans!

The third instalment in the Lansin Island Series is available for pre-order and will be released on February 26th 2016!

It's been a long time coming, but the book is all finished now, and the cover is complete too. I hope you like the cover as much as I do!

PRE-ORDER BEL... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 05, 2016 07:17 • 14 views
Susan Lee Kerr Susan Lee Kerr's blog:

How did I manage to write and publish two books in one year? Errmm, I didn’t. My ebook of creative writing exercises and tips for tutors out just now this week took 15 years of teaching in adult education, and the writing and creation of the paperback a few years ago.Then came a month or so this...

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