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Martini Fisher Martini Fisher's blog:

NEW BOOK OUT NOW ON KINDLE!

I am very excited to announce that the first book of the "Time Maps" series is now available on Amazon Kindle.
Written with a Mathematician’s precision and a Historian’s curiosity, Time Maps covers over millennia’s worth of developments & impacts of civilizations, m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 00:47 • 15 views
Jonathan  Dunne Jonathan Dunne's blog:
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Published on September 01, 2015 22:55 • 23 views
whatthefridge whatthefridge's blog:

CLICK HERE TO START FROM PART 1

CLICK HERE TO GO TO PART 2

It took forever and three halves, but I finally got Part 2 done. You have no idea how difficult these sort of transition scenes are for me. Hopefully all the stumbling I did on my end isn’t noticeable within the narrative.

I have the ent...

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Published on September 01, 2015 22:21 • 4 views
Richard M Knittle Jr. Richard M Knittle Jr.'s blog:
#### New ###

Saying goodbye to someone
that you have loved
For so long
And so much
is never easy
In fact it is always a
Hard thing
To do
But being used Is not
The same
As being loved
you need to
remember that
No matter how
Much In your
mind You try
to rationalize
It through
especially when
They only
love you or call
w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 22:02 • 75 views
Tim I. Gurung Tim I. Gurung's blog:
It is a small, nice and touching story about the celebration of women - coming soon!
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Published on September 01, 2015 20:56 • 5 views
Ryan Loveless Ryan Loveless's blog:
I was sad about Oliver Sacks dying, so I wrote this as a tribute to him.

Goodby, Friend (an Ethan, Who Loved Carter short) by Ryan Loveless

Dr. Oliver Sacks has died. Carter had lost count of how many times he’d heard that sentence today. He’d woken up to the news and then kept the radio on NPR al... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 20:43 • 4 views
Bianca Mori Bianca Mori's blog:

Peyton Riley is a hybrid suspense-crime-steamy novella. The whole Takedown series, although In Too Deep falls more on the steamy side, is this same genre.

Expectation setting: it's a departure from my first few books. But I was interested in exploring a different direction, sort of trying to comb... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 19:53 • 24 views
Criss Copp Criss Copp's blog:
Resilient (A Pretty Pill, #3) by Criss CoppResilient has finally been published.
It's been such a difficult two years to get through, and even now, I'm off in half an hour to begin a shift in my 'real world' job, but I'd like to thank everyone who assisted, cajoled, emailed and threatened me to get the job done.
Thank you

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Published on September 01, 2015 19:54 • 6 views
Cristian Godfrey Cristian Godfrey's blog:
I haven't written much over the past two weeks because I've had so much going on and very little motivation to create. Today, while writing, and a period of introspection, I might have written the ending to the book. I still only have half of a book, but having a solid beginning and ending puts m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 19:29 • 9 views
Sydney Paige McCutcheon Sydney Paige McCutcheon's blog:
Writer: "The feeling of vomit in her stomach intensified as she—"
Editor: "So the character is nauseous?"
Writer: *stink eye* " —as she perched like a red sparrow, her feet on the railing—"
Editor: "Color isn't needed—"
Writer: "Her face stared down the hundred floors below."
Editor: "That doesn't mak... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:42 • 10 views
Mindi Flyth Mindi Flyth's blog:
I design my own covers, and sometimes I go through quite a few designs before I hit on the final one. I went through many, many different designs for My Wife Changed Me Into Her Lover's Penis: The Ultimate Cuckold Fantasy, and I thought it'd be fun to post a few of them over the coming days and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:35 • 16 views
Rachel Madbury Rachel Madbury's blog:
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:29 • 7 views
Nicole Banks Nicole Banks's blog:
It's the last hooray for summer. How about a little weekend reading before you hit the books and say goodbye to summer?

From Sept 2nd until Sept 7th Shattered is only $0.99 and Into Pieces is only $1.99 on all major ebook sites.

So grab your last summer reading before the sale ends:

amazon: http://a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:28 • 5 views
Shaunna Peterson Shaunna Peterson's blog:
Wicked Temptations is quickly making its way up the charts. It is currently ranked number 77 out of the top 1oo free ebook in Erotica on Amazon. You better get your copy before midnight, after midnight it is going back to 2.99 right now you get 2 stories for FREE. How can you pass that up?!!
http:... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:19 • 6 views
Heather Kirchhoff Heather Kirchhoff's blog:












Author bios:


Jess & Sasha
JSAuthors. The co-authors come as a package deal with extravagant ribbons laced on top. Their combined enthusiasm is seen as a pink sunrise, uniquely captivating. They share a love for writing, fi...
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:01 • 21 views
Susan Buffum Susan Buffum's blog:
September first has arrived, It has me dreaming of fresh, crisp apples, just pressed apple cider, leaves changing color, falling, crackling underneath our feet. I was born in the springtime but autumn has always been my favorite season. A lot of my stories and novels are set during the fall time.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 18:00 • 8 views
Eugene Fairfield Eugene Fairfield's blog:
I just started listening to Carolyn Ives Gilman's Dark Orbit . I was immediately struck how her set up parallels the SF saga I've been working on for years: Mischief's World (working title). Both stories feature a female protagonist with a science background in alien life who has a reputation fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:30 • 8 views
Nicholette Campbell Nicholette Campbell's blog:
Dr. William Hartley was possibly in his mid to late sixties and of German descent. His silver hair was receding to form the perfect widow’s peak, and his eyes were so dark blue that they almost appeared black. His wrinkled skin showed his age, but his personality was that of a much younger man. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:45 • 43 views
Raissa Rivera Falgui Raissa Rivera Falgui's blog:
If you've read Anne Lamott's Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, then you'll be familiar with her recommendation on describing school lunches as a writing exercise. The idea is that school lunches are more than just about food but are intuitively viewed by children as expressions... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:36 • 4 views
Nicole Wilkinson Nicole Wilkinson's blog:

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August… had its ups and downs. In terms of goals, I accomplished about
a third of them, which is disappointing. Other things were
disappointing, too, but I shall persevere. At least I did manage to post
almost everything I intended to post, including a few things that I
didn’t reali...

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Published on September 01, 2015 04:52 • 6 views
Sara Donati Sara Donati's blog:

Irene Knight has chosen the signed copy ofThe Gilded Hour, which means that Seona is now up, and has three items to choose from. Please let me know what you’d like, Seona.

Seona McDonald | Submitted on 2015/08/24 at 10:29 am petzi |Submitted on 2015/08/17 at 3:34 am Kim Tylisz |Submitted on 2015/... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:05 • 7 views
Cynthia  Morgan Cynthia Morgan's blog:

Silence 4


I wanted to stop by to say that I will be out of commission for a short time. On top of trying to finish up Dark Fey, Standing in Shadows, I am in the process of moving; my job situation is changing, and, as if that were not enough, I am dealing with the reminder that is has been an entire yea...

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Published on September 01, 2015 11:33 • 6 views
Baheya Zeitoun Baheya Zeitoun's blog:

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Fairytales start with “in a land far away”. Fantasy novels are set in worlds manufactured by their authors.

So what is your idea of a fictional world?


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Published on September 01, 2015 06:44 • 7 views
Ashe Vernon Ashe Vernon's blog:

It’s like a music CD except instead of songs, each track is a recording of me performing my poetry. I recorded the album in a professional sound-booth, so all the audio quality is A+

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Published on September 01, 2015 14:51 • 7 views
Chevoque Chevoque's blog:
NOTE: These are the most random Qs I could find and come up with, but it is to show readers how authors are just like them or maybe so different that they are their ownspecies. I have several awesome authors already lined up and so far I am going to post them with two days in between each post -... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 15:00 • 10 views
Kevin D. Williamson Kevin D. Williamson's blog:
Jim, I don't disagree in any particular about that Bush video, but consider: 1999 may seem like a long time ago to a young man such as yourself, but it isn't, really, in the life of a man who soon will be 70 years old. People change their minds about things from time to time: My beliefs about tax... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 14:13 • 6 views
Georgie Tyler Georgie Tyler's blog:
A medical romance set in exotic locations is now only 99c for a limited time. Get yourself a copy and let me know what you think. I love connecting with my readers.Doctors Beyond Borders Doctors Beyond Borders by Georgie Tyler Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:27 • 20 views
Jaime  Jo Wright Jaime Jo Wright's blog:
She was so tiny. I knew she'd never grow up. She fit into my arms like the missing puzzle piece. Her eyes were so aware, so bright, so searching. Even as an infant, she analyzed the world around her. More so than normal. Our doctor told us that she made him nervous--as if she looked into his sou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 05:00 • 8 views
Jason Anspach Jason Anspach's blog:

In this volume, you’ll find a short story written by yours truly and the most amazing recipe for Creole Chicken Étouffée straight from my wife’s magical bayou recipe book.


Also, if you ever wondered how to make coffee after the world ends (and living in the northwest, how could you not?) you’ll fi...

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Published on September 01, 2015 08:58 • 7 views
taylorpotato taylorpotato's blog:


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I feel like I’m good with girls. I understand them and am good at loving them. I’ve always felt like that’s been natural for me.


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Published on September 01, 2015 17:20 • 6 views
K.   Ryan K. Ryan's blog:

Hey Everyone!


I’m sorry it’s been so long since I updated, but I wanted to wait until I knew more details before making any kind of announcement.


Let’s start with what you’re probably wondering about first: the status of Carry You With Me, the sequel to Carry Your Heart. Long story short, after CYH...

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Published on September 01, 2015 08:09 • 6 views
Allison De Meulder Allison De Meulder's blog:

Today is Part 2 of “Our Non-Traditional Household – Mom Meets Entrepreneur” – catch up on Part 1 here!


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I have many friends who have daily routines. They might get up at five a.m. and work out before starting the daily routine. That is simply not me. I am not regimented and I like to be looser...

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Published on September 01, 2015 02:44 • 6 views
Nadia Nader Nadia Nader's blog:

The September newsletter reached my inbox and I was delighted to see so many of my favorite authors have books out this month. I can’t wait to read all of these books! I’m definitely starting with Sarah J. Maas QUEEN OF SHADOWS because I have been waiting for that book forever!

Are any of your fa...

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Published on September 01, 2015 10:01 • 6 views
Kristin D. Van Risseghem Kristin D. Van Risseghem's blog:
The Guardian, a Sword, & Stilettos (Book 1) #EnlightenSeries is now available at the Dakota County Library!!! Don't live in Dakota County? That's OK becuase you can still request it through the Minnesota Inter-Library Loan (ILL) system.

Now, I have a HUGE favor to ask of you who has a MN lib... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 06:03 • 7 views
Riley Westbrook Riley Westbrook's blog:

So, it’s a new month! Finished the blog tour with Angela Chrysler, I don’t think I’ll be doing anything that extensive again. It was a lot of fun and interesting to meet new authors, but I slacked in other areas because of it! So I’ve got a few reviews to drop on you from Aly, and she’s asking th...

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Published on September 01, 2015 14:01 • 8 views
Melanie Backe-Hansen Melanie Backe-Hansen's blog:

I have long believed (of course!) that houses are more than just a collection of walls, floors, and a roof – they are a literal doorway into our past. They reveal hidden stories of the lives of past residents, architectural gems, and offer us a window into how we used to live. This post is a litt...

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Published on September 01, 2015 05:08 • 4 views
M. Duda M. Duda's blog:
I’m still lost, trying to find my way to a new book. It’s dark within the forest of my mind. Bad ideas trip me up, holding me back from where I hope to go. Will I find a path that leads me to a story?
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Published on September 01, 2015 13:03 • 8 views
Benjamin Johncock Benjamin Johncock's blog:


#shortstory

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Published on September 01, 2015 13:21 • 6 views
Nathanael Green Nathanael Green's blog:

If you haven’t worked with an editor (or don’t live with one to hear the end-of-the-day, get-me-the-winestories), you might not know the work that goes into editing.


Let me introduce the talented Rhonda Parrish, who’s doing some great work to make the books we all loveand she graciously accepte...

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Published on September 01, 2015 05:49 • 6 views
Emily Skrutskie Emily Skrutskie's blog:
The Abyss Surrounds Us | Emily Skrutskie | 9780738746913 | NetGalley:

THE ABYSS SURROUNDS US is now available for request on NetGalley! Don’t freak out.

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Published on September 01, 2015 09:12 • 4 views
J. Lynn Rowan J. Lynn Rowan's blog:
Tomorrow is release day! It’s finally here! *cheers* If you want to order your copy of the ebook, head on over to Amazon ASAP. Don’t have a Kindle? Not to worry! As long as you have a device that supports the Kindle Reading App (which is free), you should be able to download BETTER THAN […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 01, 2015 17:09 • 7 views
Nicolas Bevacqua Nicolas Bevacqua's blog:

Welcome to yet another installment of ES6 in Depth on Pony Foo. Previous ones covered destructuring, template strings, and most recently, arrow functions. Today we’ll cover a few more features coming in ES6. Those features are rest parameters, the spread operator, and default parameters.

We’ve alr...

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Published on September 01, 2015 04:06 • 6 views
Zen Cho Zen Cho's blog:

I know I said I was winding up my Publishing Journey posts for now, but I had another thought: about love and resource, and the debts we owe. It’s quite a big thought, so bear with me.

IMG_0670A few years ago I got a daruma and was told how you draw in one eye when there’s something you want, and you dra...

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Published on September 01, 2015 08:00 • 1 view
Eloise De Sousa Eloise De Sousa's blog:

To celebrate my Book Tuesday feature of Howard Loring, the intrepid author has kindly donated 11 free pdf copies of his book Tales Of The Elastic Limits!


The first 11 people to email him at the contact details below stand a chance to win a free book.


Here’s a copy of his message…


Well, Eloise De Sou...

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Published on September 01, 2015 08:42 • 7 views
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