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Meris Lee Meris Lee's blog:
I have been writing poetry and stories since I was a kid, but I didn't really start writing a full-length fiction seriously until I had already established a career in another field and become wife and mother. I visited Vietnam, my husband's homeland, in 2013, and the food, sea, and Russian influ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 21:58 • 7 views
Suzy  Davies Suzy Davies's blog:
Thank you so much to the children's authors who have offered their books for review, all to help a Children's Home in Florida!

I now have the offer of enough books to keep me busy until mid October!

What I need is another 10 books to review!

It is not too late to get in touch to help a good cause. E... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 21:42 • 118 views
Shuhan Rizwan Shuhan Rizwan's blog:
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বৃষটি পড়ে ভযাপসা ঘামের গরম বাড়িয়েছে আরো, রিকশায় আসতে আসতে হাঁপিয়ে উঠতে হয় কলানতিতে। বাসায় এসে মুখ ধুয়ে শানতিশানতি ভাবটা ভেতরে আনতে যেয়েও কেটে যায় খবরটা জেনে। শরীর খারাপ এক সপতাহ ধরে, ছোটোখাটো এক দুরঘটনার জেরে মাথায় ভোঁতা অনুভূতি থাপড়াচছে করমাগত, গিলতে হচছে অযানটিবায়োটিক। সকরিনে তাকালে বয... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 21:29 • 15 views
Jonathan  Dunne Jonathan Dunne's blog:
SALE continues on ALL my ebooks @ ,99c...

Hot potato, pass it on!
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Published on September 30, 2016 21:10 • 25 views
Christina McMullen Christina McMullen's blog:
As I've discussed in previous posts, I have a little issue I like to call summer brain. This year has been particularly difficult in that I ended up scrapping two projects because my brain didn't want to attempt to make sense of them while the rest of me was melting under the Texas sun. I even ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 11:45 • 11 views
Sue Julsen Sue Julsen's blog:
Multiple personalities take over Sarah's
mind...only so they can protect her.

Abducted by her father when she was three years old, Sarah found herself in a world of criminal neglect and unfathomable oppression as her father, stepmother and many others perpetrated more and more horrible acts of ver...

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Published on September 30, 2016 20:46 • 28 views
Garrison Kelly Garrison Kelly's blog:
The closer the subway train got to the Dreadnaught City station, the more Colonel Scott Percival doubted whether or not he could return to a normal life. Still dressed in his black khakis, brown boots, and black combat vest from the war, everything about Scott screamed “soldier”.

There was not on... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 20:38 • 8 views
Andrea  Hopkins Andrea Hopkins's blog:
With my yummy Cabernet, watching quite angrily as the stupid effing Huskies dominate yet another game while my Ducks are floundering about this season and contemplating changing the damn channel because it's giving me anxiety knowing we'll have to play these fools next week ...

I think it's time f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 20:27 • 7 views
Rev. Ryan  S. Saunders Rev. Ryan S. Saunders's blog:
Yes what a mad mind I have, as I say in my books maybe I should be locked away. But I find it takes a mad mind to form new ways of viewing and shaping worlds, beings to live in those worlds, what rules/laws work or don't work, what types of powers and abilities the heroes and villains have if any... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 20:22 • 22 views
Jean Harkin Jean Harkin's blog:
On a flight from Chicago to Dublin I became so claustrophobic I had to write a poem to calm myself. It began, “Flying inside this pod
Is my life for seven hours
It feels like a cocoon. . .”
And throughout my travels around Ireland, the lyrical speech of the Irish, vistas of yellow gorse, baby she... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 20:09 • 11 views
Susan Buffum Susan Buffum's blog:
I'm really a rather private person. Not J.D. Salinger reclusive, but I keep to myself pretty much.

I'm making my first solo appearance as an author a week from tomorrow. I was just going to do a book signing event, but it turned into a book reading/discussion/signing/meet & greet the author ev... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 20:05 • 7 views
Carolyn Hembree Carolyn Hembree's blog:
Thanks to Sundog Lit for nominating my “Did the Universe Have a Beginning, and If So, What Happened Before Then?” https://sundoglit.com/2016/09/30/nomi...
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Published on September 30, 2016 19:12 • 8 views
Catalina Claussen Catalina Claussen's blog:
New Mexico and Arizona Book Awards are organized by the largest non-profit cooperative organization featuring New Mexico and Arizona books, publishers, and authors. They are a partnership of over 1,500 publishers and authors who are interested in showcasing and selling books about New Mexico, Ari... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 19:10 • 10 views
Stephanie Mayor Stephanie Mayor's blog:
Hello!

Welcome to the last blog ever, well actually, the last semi-scheduled blog ever. I just came to the earth-shattering revelation that today is the last day of September. How can it possibly be the last day? I don't even remember it being the first day. That also brings with it the reminder t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 19:07 • 24 views
Riana Rain Riana Rain's blog:
Honestly, I am so glad that it is the weekend. Yesterday was crazy. I woke up about a half-hour later, and was totally scrambling to get ready to leave for classes. I cannot describe the panic I had when I woke up to "Um-It's 6:55." I and I was suppose to leave that morning at 6:45. I have to say... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 19:05 • 8 views
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:
Over the past eight months I have jumped into the world of social media in order to become a part of an every growing community of readers and writers. At first I wanted to rebel--I did a little but was prodded by my publicist (my husband) to take a deep breath and a big step, more like a leap. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 19:01 • 9 views
Glenna Maynard Glenna Maynard's blog:

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Remember Hook & Ladder 69?! The authors are at it again and it's bigger and better than before! #GetExcited!
25 Authors. One SEXY Police Station. All for Charity.
Spend your ho... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 18:44 • 8 views
David Khalaf David Khalaf's blog:
Don't cast a kitten! The official Sixteen Burdens book teaser is finally here, and it's the bee's knees (or is it the snake's hips? or maybe the monkey's eyebrows?). Watch it, like it, share it!

Watch it here!


If you haven't read The Sixteen Burdens yet, now's your chance to get caught up before... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 18:27 • 8 views
Glen Ebisch Glen Ebisch's blog:
Just in case you have been living a reclusive existence, Robert Galbraith is the pseudonym for J.K. Rawling, and this is the third book in her Cormoran Strike crime fiction series for adults. In this book Strike’s partner, Robin Ellacott, receives a woman’s severed leg in the mail. Seeing this as... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 18:18 • 7 views
Jenna Moquin Jenna Moquin's blog:
There’s not much that bugs me in the bedroom more than a man who can’t control his coming. If a guy gets it back up again a few minutes later and bangs me properly, that’s a different story. But a guy who comes early and then acts like we’re done is very selfish. And it’s funny how my reaction to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 17:50 • 29 views
Natalia Jaster Natalia Jaster's blog:


My first email newsletter is finally going out tomorrow! I’ve got some details about my next book (which I’m writing now), so if you want first dibs on my progress and what the story’s going to be about, sign up here!! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 16:32 • 19 views
Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:
Sam rushed out of the car. He pulled his pistol and unloaded a storm of bullets up at the dark winged beast. The creature exploded like a crushed tomato and its body dropped out of the tree and landed near the lake shore.

Alice jumped at the deafening pops of the gunshots and hit her head on the c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 16:20 • 38 views
Adam Vine Adam Vine's blog:
unnamed.jpgCheck out this totally dope mock cover I made in MS Paint.

Hey folks. Been a while. This will be a short post so you can get right back to posting mean thingsaboutthe election,burning throughthe new Liu Cixin book, fanning yourself with a dried-out bat wing, or whatever the hell else you were doin...

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Published on September 30, 2016 09:49 • 7 views
Jeffrey Koh Jeffrey Koh's blog:
the red beast
roars

and

one white
knight

vanishes.

the onlookers
sigh

in the night.

they all yearn
for more

some for greed,
others justice

but the white
knight

is so very dead.

If only
heroes would
win the day!

but they don't -

they are all
dead.

young and
tragic souls

gone

like the saints
of old.

the people lament.

if o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 15:52 • 8 views
Barbra E. Ross Barbra E. Ross's blog:
Only 3 days left to enter the goodreads giveaway for Marzio's Revenge. Don't miss out on a chance to win a signed copy.

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And on this eve of October, i am happy to announce that Zeus, The Trilogy will be coming very, very, soon. So happy evening to you and hope you enter and win!! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 15:39 • 28 views
Julius Thompson Julius Thompson's blog:
Jumpstarting Your Inner Novelist by Julius ThompsonSitting at your computer with a cup of coffee ready to write that first draft of your next novel…
Authors need a regular routine when they sit at the computer and prepare to write!
When you’re in the creative mood, you must follow a set of actions aht will lead to the production of dynamic writi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 15:33 • 26 views
Lydia Larue Lydia Larue's blog:

Hello, Animesh. I hope that you have had a wonderful day.


I want to take this time and thank you for taking the time in taking this interview with me today.


Can I start off by asking you how long have you been writing, Animesh?


A. For self I had been writing since 4 years.



Q. I know that you ha...

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Published on September 30, 2016 08:30 • 12 views
Tal Bauer Tal Bauer's blog:
Hi Everyone!

I have a new website to share with you all! And, on this website, I'm posting weekly short stories and "missing scenes" from my novels!

I just posted a new short story featuring Jack and Ethan. Look for the shorts under "Bauer's Bytes", in my Blog.

Come check it out! And look for new s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 15:03 • 20 views
Jane Paffey Jane Paffey's blog:
Here's a short list of bird books I have enjoyed reading:

1. Paul Gallico - The Snowgoose

This one had to be on my list! A beautifully written and moving tale of the kindness shown towards an injured snow goose

2. Konrad Lorenz - The Year of the Greylag Goose

Another of my favourites. How a group of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 14:02 • 14 views
Kate Willis Kate Willis's blog:

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I love picture books. Especially ones that hold the attention of both the child I am reading to and me. They can be such a cozy way to spend time with a child, and the conversations that often arise are definitely keepers.

17414681Audrey Bunny by Angie Smith

I LOVE this story! It’s not your typical rea...

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Published on September 30, 2016 12:00 • 13 views
D.J. Jamison D.J. Jamison's blog:
I wrote a guest blog for Two Chicks Obsessed book blog that includes a short excerpt of my new release coming Oct. 6 along with a giveaway contest.

You can find the blog here: http://twochicksobsessed.com/grl-2016...

I also write about how great m/m readers have been to an independent author like m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 13:59 • 17 views
Tom Schwerbrock Tom Schwerbrock's blog:
There are authors out there that routinely get criticized for using too many "big words" in their writing. William F. Buckley Jr. being a prime example. There are apparently readers, even in an era of Google and other search engines which can get you a definition at the speed of light, that can't... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 13:44 • 36 views
Thomas W. Devine Thomas W. Devine's blog:
A new survey of New Zealand attitudes towards domestic fiction commissioned by the NZ Book Council shows that even before NZers open the cover of a local novel, many have woefully low expectations...

“Whereas New Zealand non-fiction sells well compared with its international counterparts – Nielsen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 13:39 • 24 views
Franklin Kendrick Franklin Kendrick's blog:

Just a reminder that if you haven’t entered my Goodreads giveaway for the paperback edition ofSuper Charged,you can do so here:


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31372858-super-charged


Be sure to act fast! There are only three days left – yes, I repeat –three days left to enter for a chance to...

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Published on September 27, 2016 13:44 • 17 views
Oliviu Craznic Oliviu Craznic's blog:
Oliviu Craznic28. DIABOLISM: doctrină postmodernă similară satanismului dar (cel puțin aparent și la nivel declarativ) lipsită de componenta religioasă, caracterizată prin înlocuirea unei valori prezentate într-un context familiar cu opusul acesteia, în scopul mascării substituirii.

E.g.
Valoare: Este normal c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 13:11 • 51 views
Virginia Aird Virginia Aird's blog:
HAPPY OCTOBER! To mark this month of ghosts, goblins and other spirited mayhem, I have TWO TREATS in store for my readers. First, I am offering my book AGENDA, at 50% OFF at the SMASHWORDS website. Take a look at this dark, somber story--I hope you'll relish in the protagonist's startling method... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2016 12:53 • 17 views
Charles Thorpe Charles Thorpe's blog:
New edited collection by Jeremy Gilbert of University of East London. Looks interesting - I'm especially keen to read the discussion between Mark Fisher and Jeremy Gilbert - around Fisher's Capitalist Realism, which is a really good short book put out by Zero Books.
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Published on September 30, 2016 12:30 • 13 views
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