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Christina Dodd Christina Dodd's blog:
It's going on RIGHT NOW!

http://avonromance.com/castles-in-the...


The first thing that comes to mind about Castles in the Air by Christina Dodd is the infamous three-armed heroine on the cover. (And if you’re lucky enough to come across this out-of-print edition, grab it. I did!)

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Published on July 28, 2016 11:06 • 1 view
Nigel Hems Nigel Hems's blog:
The Place
by Nigel Hems, coming soon.

Revised chapter outline:

Chapter 1. The Arrow
Chapter 2. Over the Stile
Chapter 3. The Feasters
The Strange Case of the Stoves
The Selected Ones
Chapter 4. The Maze
The First Hedge-Cutter
The Second Hedge-Cutter
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Published on July 28, 2016 11:05 • 32 views
Samantha Kane Samantha Kane's blog:
The following books are no longer being published by Ellora's Cave Publishing, Inc. All of these books will be re-issued and should all be available soon. All the books will have new covers, will be re-edited, and some will be revised and expanded, including the books in my BROTHERS IN ARMS serie... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 11:04 • 1 view
J.G.  Harlond J.G. Harlond's blog:
Q: Which epoch do you write about, and why?

JGH: ‘I write stories set in the seventeenth century and the early twentieth century.’

Q: Why those epochs?’

Good question. Let’s look at some clichés first: Roman sword’n’sandal stories are bloody and exciting; the War of the Roses is full of intrigue; T... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 10:57 • 2 views
Dawn Keable Dawn Keable's blog:
Recently, in a grand moment of adulting, I purchased a food processor. ('Cause nothing says 'certified annoying grown-up' more than batches of homemade Larabars, made from scratch. Using freshly ground dates.)

Yeah, whatever. Don't judge.

While I was unpacking (and unpacking and unpacking) the seem... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 11:12 • 15 views
John Burdett John Burdett's blog:
Thirst for gourmet mind food must still be there amongst our deeper needs. Only art can supply it and only literature is available to everyone who can read, no special training needed. So why is it dying?
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Published on July 28, 2016 10:33 • 7 views
Martha Hall Kelly Martha Hall Kelly's blog:

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Can’t wait for August 14th, when we can all see this amazing movie, which shows the true events that lead up to the medical experiments at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp for women, the story behind Lilac Girls.


It all started with Operation Anthropoid, when Czech soldiers plotted to assassinate S...

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Published on July 28, 2016 10:13 • 1 view
Chelcie Cotton Chelcie Cotton's blog:
I suppose a lot of writers and authors can call to mind that moment in their life in which they were first inspired to write. That exciting, tummy-bubbling feeling when they laid down the book that made them silently yell, 'Wow! This is what I want to do!'

I have to admit, I can't really remember... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 10:10 • 15 views
Mandy Fender Mandy Fender's blog:
It's here, it's here!!! Sparrow is on Amazon and to celebrate I'm hosting a FB party with tons of cool giveaways. I would love for you to stop by and say "Hi!" :)

You can check it out by clicking the link below.
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Published on July 28, 2016 10:07 • 8 views
Matthew Quick Matthew Quick's blog:
Shoutout to all people nobly battling the highs and lows of the mind. You are not alone. Keep fighting the good fight.
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Published on July 28, 2016 10:01 • 11 views
David   Gustafson David Gustafson's blog:
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You have seen this quote before. It has been attributed, although never verified, as having been written by former Czech President Vaclav Klaus. It appeared shortly after the 2008 presidential election.

The original quote referenced the election of Barack Obama. The media never grasped its nuance... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 09:50 • 7 views
Debby Feo Debby Feo's blog:
THE ORANGE CAPE (by Debby Feo)

Summer vacation was coming up and Caroline’s mother asked her where she would like to go on during Summer Vacation:
“Do you want to go to Disneyland?” Caroline’s mother asked her.
“No, we’ve gone there five times. I’d rather go somewhere new.”
“To the Moon?” her mo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 09:09 • 38 views
David  Whelan David Whelan's blog:
So they have found a way to decipher the stupid people from the non-stupid people in the world. And the credit goes to Nintendo for creating that Pokemon farce but really it could help government assassins decipher who is not a worthy addition to the human race. Ok; that's perhaps extreme but my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 08:50 • 52 views
Elizabeth Harmon Elizabeth Harmon's blog:

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We do love a summer picnic here at Rosedale Cottage. Here’s a photo of a recent one. See how smooth and tidy our blanket is? And those two pieces of unidentifiable fruit in the middle. That’s all we’re having because we’re so health-conscious…and smiling.


Actually our picnics look nothing like th...

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Published on July 28, 2016 08:42 • 8 views
G.K. Werner G.K. Werner's blog:



The Bible says, "There is no God."
Did you know that?
It really does.
Check out Psalm 14:1.

Get it?
Now go check those verses non-believers like to quote.


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Published on July 09, 2016 17:10 • 15 views
Natalia Jaster Natalia Jaster's blog:


Action shot, because she doesn’t sit still for ANYTHING.
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Published on July 28, 2016 08:21 • 1 view
John Urbancik John Urbancik's blog:
Just came back from Scares That Care Weekend, where we raised a whole lot of money for a good cause (or three good causes), and where I also debuted my newest novel, Stale Reality.

This is possibly the darkest novel I've ever written. It's also a lament for my lost Sydney -- I wrote the first draf... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 08:18 • 11 views
Julianna Keyes Julianna Keyes's blog:
RELEASE WEEK POST FOUR

The Good Fight (Time Served #3) by Julianna Keyes




WHAT’S IN A NAME?

My grandfather’s name was Oscar, so when I chose this name for a minor character in “Time Served,” it was meant to be a private nod in his memory. Using the name of someone I know for a small part in a story is one thing, but using that name for a major cha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 08:13 • 14 views
Kimberly Labor Kimberly Labor's blog:
Bermuda Diary - July 2016 – Day 4
Note: all local Bermudian names except Lady Swan and Mrs Smith have been changed.

Am at the Dockyard in the old historic Victualling Yard, the Frog and Onion Pub, for lunch. Happy Birthday to me! Lucky to be here. Life on Bermuda is wonderful. I’m having my first D... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 08:01 • 58 views
Romina Principato Romina Principato's blog:
E' così, alla fine ci ricasco sempre. Dico che non lo faccio più e poi BAM sparisco di nuovo per mesi. La cosa sconcertante del ritornare su questo blog è stato rendermi conto che mancano due aggiornamenti importantissimi sulle mie pubblicazioni! Ero convintissima di averlo fatto, prima di piomba... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:38 • 12 views
Joshua Bader Joshua Bader's blog:
Returning to the character series (meaning you can comment to win at the end of this blog), I wanted to talk about someone whose view points diverge dramatically from my own. It is all too easy to let all of my characters become a mouthpiece for my own position or to be flat straw dummy caricatur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:57 • 70 views
Gail Anderson-Dargatz Gail Anderson-Dargatz's blog:
On Manitoulin Island! For both emerging and established writers. Enjoy morning workshops with me. Check out everything the island has to offer later in the day.

For details or to put your name on the 2017 interest list, please see the camp webpages: Providence Bay Writers' Camp

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Published on July 28, 2016 07:46 • 13 views
Salman Haider Salman Haider's blog:
Willpower and Self Control for Librarians Personality Development [Under Development]





NOTES AND EXPERIMENTS TO BOOST WILLPOWER AND ACHIEVE SELF CONTROL BY READING THE GUIDELINES FROM THE BOOK "THE WILLPOWER INSTINCT: HOW SELF-CONTROL WORKS, WHY IT MATTERS, AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO GET MORE OF IT" WR... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 27, 2016 08:58 • 15 views
Paula Treick DeBoard Paula Treick DeBoard's blog:
From now until 8/1/16, THE MOURNING HOURS e-book is available for $1.99 on five platforms (Kindle, Apple, Google, Nook and Kobo).

Check it out!
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:40 • 13 views
Stephen          Moore Stephen Moore's blog:
The ‘voice’ of a book...? Call it voice, call it style. Call it meter or rhythm. Every book has its own shape, uses its own literary palette; a language specific to the author or work in question. It’s part of what makes a book unique.

Mind you, finding your own ‘voice’ is not an easy matter for a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:29 • 107 views
Corina Savu Corina Savu's blog:
6.Ce te motivează să scrii în continuare? Principiul după care am început romanul Aripi smulse şi anume: Hârtia suportă orice. Scrisul este terapia cea mai bună de a alunga grijile, energiile negtive, construind şi trăind într-o altă lume, o altă viaţă, într-o altă persoană. Şi, bineînţeles, toţ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:09 • 11 views
Mario Garrido Espinosa Mario Garrido Espinosa's blog:
Pásate por Amazon y reserva tu ejemplar; en unos días lo podrás tener ya en tus manos… O quizás prefieras la versión ebook; tú decides.

(https://www.amazon.es/kindle/dp/B01IN...

Y si quieres saber (o leer) más, pásate por la página de Facebook. Ya lo hacen más de 1600 seguidores…
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:19 • 12 views
Linda Hall Linda Hall's blog:
This week I’m endorsing and recommending The Cutting, The Cutting the first in a new mystery/detective series by James Hayman. In a previous blog where I reviewed the Gillian Flynn novel, Sharp Objects, I linked to this very informative 1944 New Yorker article entitled, Why Do People Read Detecti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 07:11 • 21 views
M.K. Williams M.K. Williams's blog:
This week is the #NailbitersNovel Blog Tour. This international tour features interviews and book reviews from bloggers all around the world. Today's post is an interview that focuses on my greatest influence as a writer: what I am reading. Check out this interview with blogger Chantel DaCosta:

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Published on July 28, 2016 07:04 • 33 views
Cindi Page Cindi Page's blog:
SouthSouth by Frank Owen

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


*I received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*

As a lover of dystopian fiction, I had enormous expectations for South, and I’m happy to say that it not only met my expectations but exceeded them by a mile... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2016 06:57 • 33 views
Scott Hayden Scott Hayden's blog:
Perfect crimes exist! Read about this case of the missing Beaumont children the other day. It's fifty years old and unsolved. Parents Jim and Nancy are still alive, he's 90 and she's 88. I hope they get closure before it's too late :(

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Published on July 28, 2016 06:55 • 18 views
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