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Connie C. Perez Connie C. Perez's blog:
Scenes Everlasting and Other Essays Author Event for my book "Scenes Everlasting and Other Essays" on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. at Books & Books in Coral Gables, FL

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Shannon Messenger Shannon Messenger's blog:
I know I made you guys wait an EXTRA long time for this one--but once you scroll down and see the awesomeness I'm sure you'll agree that it was worth the wait.

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Lindsay Paige Lindsay Paige's blog:
I think it's time for y'all to know this, don't you? In case you've been out of the loop, You Before Meis my New Adult Romance standalone releasing in June featuring Gabe and Ryan. View the book's page, add to your to-read shelf on Goodreads, and follow the board on Pinterest for weekly pins lead... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 15, 2014 05:00 • 5 views
Bette Lee Crosby Bette Lee Crosby's blog:

M is for Magic MagicianMagic...it's what happens when you open a book and fall into another world. Sometimes it's time travel, sometimes it means crossing an ocean or a continent...sometimes it can even take you to world that are yet to be discovered...but hang on because the trip is wonderful.Globe


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Elizabeth   Hunter Elizabeth Hunter's blog:
Operation Hide Out and Write has officially commenced, so I’ll be invisible for about a week. I’ll be digging into the manuscript for the next Cambio Springs book while edits finish up on THE SINGER. To tide you over, here’s a peek from Chapter One of Alex and Ted’s book. Enjoy! ~ Ted grabbed a [... Read more of this blog post »
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Kathleen Marentes Kathleen Marentes's blog:
Whatever feelings he had had to be pushed aside come morning. The water around their island swarmed with mermaids when they awoke. They were fed more strange plants that tasted good. Then it was time to go.
Communicating a plan took forever since they were reduced to using hand gestures and drawi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 09:08 • 13 views
Alexandra Lanc Alexandra Lanc's blog:
PicturePhoto not mine; found via Pinterest. Hello, everyone, and welcome to another Writer's Wednesday! I hope you're ready for a good post.

Today on the Crimson Sterling blog, you can find "Setting Your Writing On Fire...In A Good Way", as well as some Crimson updates.

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Published on April 16, 2014 05:52 • 4 views
Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar's blog:
Very exciting to exhibit in an art installation this week. Co-curated material with a colleague, Law Alsobrook, whose idea it as to use Layar, to add additional material to our posters. Layar allows you to scan a piece of work and access additional materials on a secondary site. See how it works... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 00:28 • 5 views
Phillip K. Frye Phillip K. Frye's blog:
The deep fried, batter coated “onion flower,” (brand names purposely omitted) is another of those over priced appetizers that are easy and inexpensive to make at home if you have the know-how. You really don’t need any special equipment however, I actually own a kitchen gadget that will allow me... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 09:06 • 20 views
Jeffrey Luscombe Jeffrey Luscombe's blog:

Jeffrey sings?


When it comes to not writing (or procrastination) I can go to great lengths. Here is how your humble blogger wasted time today…


With a bit of Avenue Q.


Jeffrey, The Gay Groom





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Published on April 14, 2014 12:04 • 2 views
Carl McKever Carl McKever's blog:
Hey There! It's that time again! Hope each of you are enjoying your National Poetry Month and enjoyed Tax Day yesterday! Today, I have a new offer for you.

It's a first come, first serve basis! I give away 25 downloadable Audible copies of my first book written, "Poetic Expressions". Adam Meggs i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 08:46 • 28 views
Katie Klein Katie Klein's blog:
No, I'm serious. I want to be best friends with Mindy Kaling. Why? Because I just finished her book:



Which was fantastic. Both laugh out loud funny and insightful. Five stars.

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Also, because of this:


"It takes a lot of effort to look like a normal-slash-chubby woman. . . .But the way they talk... Read more of this blog post »
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Austin Scott Collins Austin Scott Collins's blog:
Thing one: Progress on Crass Casualty continues slowly but steadily, and I am still on track to release it as scheduled in November of this year. I estimate very roughly that if I put out an average of half a page a day every single day between now and October, I will still have a full month to d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 08:42 • 33 views
Lisa  Day Lisa Day's blog:
Picture "NOTa One Trick Pony" is my way to share those great people I meet along the way that have more to offer people than what they're known for. For instance.... Picture This week's MasterKoda WOW choice is a great example. I know her through the groups we share in common on Facebook.


Meet Rebbekah White! M...
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Published on April 16, 2014 08:13 • 14 views
Scarlett Knight Scarlett Knight's blog:
It's been years since I've written anything out by hand. We all use computers now, and some even use software that can take dictation! Either way, we're all on our desktops or laptops when we let those creative juices flow. I love typing up a tale on my laptop, but I do have mixed feelings about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 08:41 • 20 views
Cheri Lasota Cheri Lasota's blog:
I have a LOT of amazing writer friends. And we’ve all banded together to offer all of you a crazy cool giveaway of a bunch of new releases! And you’ll see that I’m offering up an e-book of Echoes in the Glass (ePub or Mobi file) as well!

Indie Extravaganza: New Book Releases You Should Check Out
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Lacey Louwagie Lacey Louwagie's blog:

I think every writer can point to a handful of books that were pivotal in shaping her writer’s voice or her storytelling style. For me, one of those books was “The Last Unicorn.” I first encountered the story through the movie, which I probably watched hundreds of times in my childhood from the t...

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Melissa Vicente Melissa Vicente's blog:
For those of you who haven't discovered the awesome site NoiseTrade, where you can trade books as well as music.....NOW IS THE TIME.

Bitten Wings is now available on NoiseTrade, take a look and check out the site. I have no doubts you'll fall in love with it.

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Published on April 16, 2014 08:31 • 21 views
Kalin M. Nenov Kalin M. Nenov's blog:

Приятели (:


„Пентаграм“е предстоящ сборник наАтанас П. Славов, който включва романа „Психопрограмираният“, разказите от „Мигновечност“ и… изненади. :D Подготвяме сборника запоредица „Човешката библиотека“, като съвместно издание сДружество на българските фантасти „Тера Фантазия“.


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Shelly Crane Shelly Crane's blog:
“Fay,” I said, but it was more of a growl. She smiled, but it was so genuine and willing it made my chest ache. “Fay, don’t. It’s just an illusion to trick you, to make you trust us and believe that you’re safe when you’re anything but.”I went to scoot her up, but she gripped tighter to my should... Read more of this blog post »
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Tammy Blackwell Tammy Blackwell's blog:
So… It's been a while. Like a long while. Like if anyone has wandered by here recently they probably feel a bit like this:

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Sorry about that. I had really good intentions of keeping this blog updated at the beginning of the year, but it didn't happen. And honestly, it's probably not g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 07:15 • 12 views
Philip Athans Philip Athans's blog:

At last it can be revealed in all its glory: my upcoming book from Writer’s Digest: Writing Monsters. Picking up where The Guide to Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction left off, at least in the case of monsters, this book goes much deeper into the what, why, and most importantly how of creating m...

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Published on April 15, 2014 16:23 • 12 views
Alex J. Cavanaugh Alex J. Cavanaugh's blog:
Nightwish – Imaginarium – 2011
This is a symphonic metal band turned prog rock. A cool concept album, it tells a very strange tale and even has an accompanying film. Standout tracks are Storytime and I Want My Tears Back. Nightwish is huge in Europe and their videos are some of the most watched o... Read more of this blog post »
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Rachel Higginson Rachel Higginson's blog:
Last week I introduced you to Caylie Marcoe and her journey into publishing! Today, on my Indie Wednesday spotlight, I am super excited for you to meet Theresa Kay!!!!

Theresa released her debut full-length novel, Broken Skies in March and is just taking over the Sci-Fi world. Seriously, who knew... Read more of this blog post »
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Robin Lee Hatcher Robin Lee Hatcher's blog:

I know many, many authors of Christian fiction, and while I don’t have time to keep up with reading all of their books, I love to tell readers about them. Look for my posts about new and recent releases on most Wednesdays. You just might find a new-to-you author or see a new release by an already...

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Rute Canhoto Rute Canhoto's blog:


Esta é a Capa do Dia. O que acham dela?Enviem-me também vocês uma capa de livro de que gostem para rutecanhoto1@gmail.com, que terei todo o gosto em partilhá-la. Fico à espera dos vossos contributos! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 01:00 • 11 views
Coral Russell Coral Russell's blog:

M is for Star Wars Mashup

Mace Windu looked at the munificence laid out before him. His mouth-watered. This can’t all be for me? The table was full of banchan, small dishes of vegetables and mook, a plate of fried fish, and the pop and sizzle of meat over a hot grill in the middle of it all.


Windu fanned out his robe as he...

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Published on April 15, 2014 20:18 • 8 views
Jane Kindred Jane Kindred's blog:














Join me on release day, April 29, for the King of Thieves Book Launch Party! In addition to author Q&A, steamy excerpts, and random fun, there will be "door" prizes:

Back by popular demand, the 2014 Orthodox Calendar (1 Classic, 2 Tienne illustrated, and 1 uncensored cover edition!)$10 Samhai... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 15, 2014 09:43 • 11 views
Maria Murnane Maria Murnane's blog:

A couple posts back, I clarified thedifference between “there,” “they’re” and “their.” Today, I’d like to address two additional common mix-ups:


A little apostrophe makes a big difference!


1.It’s vs. Its


It’s means IT IS:



My parents told me it’s time to go home now.
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Marilyn Lee Marilyn Lee's blog:
Hey romance reading folks ever get tired of the hero always falling for the slim, beautiful, twenty-something heroine? I know many who read my books are so with their encouragement I've started a new series called Mature Men.

Not all women are slim, beautiful, or twenty-something. But all deserve... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2014 08:09 • 11 views
Roxana Jones Roxana Jones's blog:
Your inspiring quote of the day from HealThruWords:

Darkness tries to eclipse light
but as long as there is love
shadows remain illusions and only that.


Subscribe to “HealThruWords©”, motivational quotes and quotations of the day. Receive inspiring and positive quotes that lead to a happy life...

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Gemma Correll Gemma Correll's blog:
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Sylva Ficová Sylva Ficová's blog:


Freedom


I will not follow you, my bird,

I will not follow you.

I would not breathe a word, my bird,

To bring thee here anew.



I love the free in thee, my bird,

The lure of freedom drew;

The light you fly toward, my bird,

I fly with thee unto.


And there we yet will meet, my bird,

Though far I go from y...

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Victoria Laurie Victoria Laurie's blog:
Recently there's been a WHOLE lotta banter in the media about women as wage earners/potential mates for a small pool of extraordinary, exceptional, big-wage earning men, and, for obvious reasons, my dander is up.

Just this morning I read that a conservative activist, Phyllis Schlaffy, is advocatin... Read more of this blog post »
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Jayne Rylon Jayne Rylon's blog:

Because you all were awesome and voted for the Read Past Bedtime tee to win Teespring’s bracket competition, they’ve relaunched the campaign with tees in all styles and colors for $5 each. Hoodies are also available for $12 each. I will never be able to match this pricing as the shirts are all se...

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London Miller London Miller's blog:
If you're not following my review of The Final Hour, you probably should. I normally post teasers there, accompanied by some really awesome gifs, but I'll post some other ones here that didn't end up there. <3








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Tara Chevrestt Tara Chevrestt's blog:
[image error]What a thought-evoking and interesting documentary about the struggle of women and the many women who have paved the way.

The first episode begins with telling us about a woman who was the first to run a long-distance marathon--notably, the Boston Marathon, in 1967. My mother would h... Read more of this blog post »
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Cherie  Noel Cherie Noel's blog:
I have a lot of news to share today, so let's get right to it, shall we?

Okay, first of all, I got the rights back to all my stories from Silver Publishing. What this means is that all those stories are currently seeking new homes. Which is fine, because they can definitely find them. I don't want... Read more of this blog post »
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Havan Fellows Havan Fellows's blog:
Let's talk about a lovely lady, an assortment of life-threatening incidences, a couple of cute dogs, lots of leather...oh yeah and a plethora of cowboys and uniformed men...that's right – today we are talking about Laura Harner's Willow Springs Ranch series!
Laura is doing an awesome giveaway of... Read more of this blog post »
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Rose Pressey Rose Pressey's blog:
To celebrate the release of my new book I’m giving away a $25 Amazon gift card. See below for details on how to enter for a chance to win. Lost on the Bayou is available now on Amazon and Barnes … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Will Meyerhofer Will Meyerhofer's blog:

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“I never thought I’d end up working as a contract attorney doing doc review in a windowless basement,” my client bemoaned. “But then I read that piece about the lawyer who’s working as a clerk at WalMart. At least I’ve still got it over him in terms of job prestige.”


Well, you know how obsessed la...

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Jessica Sorensen Jessica Sorensen's blog:
NOVA AND QUINTON: NO REGRETS (BOOK 3) out on ebook!


Today is the first day of Quinton Carter's new life. The toxic guilt of his past left him in pieces-but one girl unexpectedly put him back together. Thanks to Nova Reed, Quinton can finally see the world with clear eyes. She's the reason his hea... Read more of this blog post »
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Sarah L. Johnson Sarah L. Johnson's blog:
Even sensible girls can be taken in by unexpected attention. Linda Little's resilient heroine, a schoolteacher in rural Nova Scotia in 1875, discovers this to her regret when her landlord’s taciturn, socially awkward brother begins paying court to her. Describing herself up front as a “large, squ... Read more of this blog post »
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Mary Hughes Mary Hughes's blog:
A contradictory word on craft.

Writers are taught to value craft above all else. I think that's a problem. Don't get me wrong, you need craft. Craft can create form and clarity out of chaos. It can carry you through when the muse just isn't there.

It's confusing because craft is something we can gr... Read more of this blog post »
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