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Alya Khomenok Alya Khomenok's blog:
«Vieščuny iduć na Bielaruś» («Magicians go to Belarus»), novels from the collection of works by graduates of the young writer's school finally came out!
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Published on April 23, 2017 02:41 • 5 views
Jenna Zark Jenna Zark's blog:
In the early years of my first marriage, I was introduced to a friend of the Rabbi's wife where my (first) husband worked. The friend was apparently an artist, or at least, that's how the Rabbi's wife introduced her. She asked me what I did and I started talking about writing plays and acting. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 19:28 • 1 view
Adam Nevill Adam Nevill's blog:

Fellow Brummies and lovers of horror. On the 28th of May, you have a gem of a little horror fest’ up and dancing. It’s also being held at the Gunmakers Arms Brewery and its onsite pub. I did an event there recently with the Birmingham Horror Group, and it’s a cracking location, and only a few min...

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Published on April 22, 2017 04:25 • 1 view
Jodi Ellen Malpas Jodi Ellen Malpas's blog:

Of course!


Check out this little snippet from ALL I AM



 


Jesse’s eyes roll dramatically, his big chest expanding under his Ralph Lauren shirt on an inhale. “You practically trampled a guy.” He toasts me with his glass. “That’s a huge red flag, mate. Welcome to the world of crazy. If you want my ad...

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Published on April 20, 2017 06:32 • 11 views
Xavier Àgueda Xavier Àgueda's blog:

Tira cómica sobre los libros de culto.

Hablando de libros, feliz Sant Jordi.


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Published on April 22, 2017 23:24 • 2 views
Giovanna Fletcher Giovanna Fletcher's blog:


New dining table is being put to good use…

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Published on April 17, 2017 08:07 • 1 view
Anna Hess Anna Hess's blog:
Small solar panel window mounting.




Anna's brother Joey has a
discovered an easy way to mount a lightweight solar panel to the
underside of his underground house.

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Published on April 22, 2017 11:55 • 1 view
Alecia Stone Alecia Stone's blog:


  Davenport House Prequel: Debutante
Author: Marie Silk
Publication Date: April 21st, 2017
Genres: Historical, Young Adult

Book Description:The family saga begins in Debutante, a prequel to the best-selling Davenport House series. A life of luxury for the Davenports means drudgery for the servants o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 02:00 • 1 view
Yekta Kopan Yekta Kopan's blog:
Bir eleştiri yazısı övebilir de, yerebilir de.

Bu uçlara gitmeyip, sadece sorgulamakla da yetinebilir. Ya da eleştirdiği eserin önermeleri üstünden yeni bir tartışma başlatmak amacında olabilir.

Zaten iyi bir eleştiri yazısı bütün bunların toplamından oluşur. Kaynaklarıyla, göndermeleriyle, bakış a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2017 00:23 • 12 views
Cheyenne Blue Cheyenne Blue's blog:

[image error]Listening to books. It seemed strange to me at first. After all, the voice of a narrator can’t compare to the voice in your head as you curl up in silence with a good book. I’m still not on board with audiobooks (although they’re tempting me more and more), however I do love book cli...

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Published on April 22, 2017 16:56 • 11 views
Maggie Toussaint Maggie Toussaint's blog:
I'm so very pleased to present the cover for the next novella in my Lindsey & Ike Romantic Mystery Series. Turtle Tribbles, the second installation in this three-novella set, is a cozy mystery featuring amateur sleuth Lindsey McKay.


For all of my Bailey the dog fans, Bailey is her irrepressib... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 12:20 • 11 views
Paul McAuley Paul McAuley's blog:
From Into Everywhere :

Most of the tombs were small, and most had collapsed or been buried by wind-blown sand that over thousands of years had cemented into friable rock. In certain places, tombs had been built on older tombs, creating tells ten or twenty strata deep. Many were empty, but fragmen...
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Published on April 22, 2017 03:02 • 1 view
Seth Apter Seth Apter's blog:
Welcome to The Sunday Papers. Grab a cuppa, get comfy and turn the virtual pages. Didn't get last week's paper delivery? See every edition here.
Today's paper brings you the Arts and Lesiure section and highlights images from ArtExpo New York 

ArtExpo New York opened on Thursday April 20 and runs... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 21:01 • 15 views
Jessica E. Subject Jessica E. Subject's blog:
Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post! I’ve been sharing snippets from JAGER is the second book of my sci-fi adventure romance series, Galactic Defenders. I have a couple more snippets to share before I move on to a new story. Set-up: Last week Katrina went to shake a Terran’s hand, bu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 05:00 • 16 views
Eugene Volokh Eugene Volokh's blog:

Demonstrators hold placards during the March for Science protest at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia, 22 April 2017. EPA/DAVID MOIR


Today’s March for Science protests are at least in part motivated by concerns that the Trump Administration is ignoring scientific expertise. The protesting scientis...

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Published on April 22, 2017 10:11 • 12 views
Ella Jade Ella Jade's blog:



One night stands.
Career-driven Ali Whitman, never dreamed of having one, until she finds herself waking up next to a handsome tattooed man she knows nothing about. After celebrating her promotion to field reporter at Entertainment Rocks! magazine, she breaks her number one rule - to focus on wor... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 06, 2017 00:00 • 14 views
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

Now that coal has been toppled from its perch as America’s biggest source of power, environmentalists are ready to move on down the fossil fuel list and tackle what they perceive as another enemy of the planet: natural gas. Bloomberg reports:


U.S. environmentalists have vowed to go after gas-fire...

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Published on April 22, 2017 12:00 • 11 views
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:

Today in Tech History logo1592 – Wilhelm Schickard was born. He would grow up to create an early form of calculating machine called the “calculating clock”, that could add and subtract up to six-digit numbers.


1993 – NCSA Mosaic 1.0 was released, becoming the first web browser to achieve popularity among the general public...

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Published on April 22, 2017 04:45 • 16 views
Grace Burrowes Grace Burrowes's blog:

In Maryland, we can go from nights below freezing, to days in the nineties without much in-between. Some years, the air conditioning comes on in March, and the heat goes off in May. It’s… interesting.

This year, we’re having an extended period of gorgeous weather (meaning more than two days). The...

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Published on April 22, 2017 21:26 • 12 views
Leigh Bardugo Leigh Bardugo's blog:


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Published on April 22, 2017 13:58 • 19 views
M. John Harrison M. John Harrison's blog:

Recently began to read Genet again. I couldn’t say why, except that after fifty years he claimed suddenly, from his jail cell Shangri La, that he had something to do with the new book; & more, that he’d already had something to do with the last three. I really don’t get that. But there it is–...

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Published on April 22, 2017 00:33 • 16 views
Delilah Devlin Delilah Devlin's blog:


I’ve mentioned the 8-year-old’s struggle with a very rare bone disease here from time to time. Colleen’s battle began in 2015, but after two surgeries on her left leg, the last where they removed her tibia and replaced it with a donor bone, she’s cancer free. We hope forever, but she’ll be check...

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Published on April 22, 2017 09:18 • 19 views
Richard Conniff Richard Conniff's blog:

[image error]Early this year, I spent some time browsing through an illuminated medieval manuscript, mostly enjoying the odd animals some long-dead monk added in odd corners of a page.


[image error]Now I’m embarrassed to admit that I have completely forgotten the sources). But the images still mer...

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Published on April 22, 2017 04:44 • 15 views
Mary Beard Mary Beard's blog:

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One of the pleasures of going to work in a less familiar place (for me currently Yale) is that you find new books. They are often books that are available in your own usual habitat, but for some reason you just don���t notice them. (The cheap comparison is with going to a new supermarket, wher...

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Published on April 22, 2017 15:47 • 13 views
Meredith Shayne Meredith Shayne's blog:

Well, hi everyone! Trust me when I say I know how ridiculous it is to post a recap of last year’s reading highlights when it’ll be May in a week, but that’s how my life is these days, apparently.

I really want my first (and possibly only, let’s be real) post of the year to be the books I enjoyed...

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Published on April 22, 2017 21:04 • 15 views
Max Nemtsov Max Nemtsov's blog:

Магнус Миллз и котики Буковски – в новинках журнала “Капиталъ” (зачем им твердый знак на конце?)


подкаст “Пинчон на людях” продолжает излагать о “Радуге тяготения”: книга 3, эпизод 11 (Пёклер)



стихи Алана Кэтлина о Ричарде Бротигане


читательница о “Послемраке” Мураками




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Published on April 22, 2017 02:15 • 16 views
Christopher Fowler Christopher Fowler's blog:
Some while back I set out to write the kind of book that’s fairly alien to me in its construction; a psychological thriller. While I love them (especially those by Margaret Millar, a forgotten author just coming back into print), I don’t usually write them. I tend to construct matrices of facts r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2017 19:14 • 16 views
Russell Roberts Russell Roberts's blog:
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Earlier today I reconnected in Dallas with my old friend Charlie Steen.  Charlie was a year ahead of me in law school at UVA.  He also has a PhD in economics from UVA.  His undergraduate degree, in economics, is from George Mason University.  Charlie has practiced law in Da...

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Published on April 22, 2017 15:52 • 2 views
Selena Kitt Selena Kitt's blog:

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Once upon a Daddy…


I entered the beast’s lair and begged the reclusive billionaire to keep my mom’s housekeeping job safe while she recovered from an injury. But what Gareth Fiori offered me in exchange was nothing I could have ever prepared myself for.


One thing was for c...

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Published on April 22, 2017 05:00 • 2 views
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