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Phillip Crawford Jr. Phillip Crawford Jr.'s blog:

The art market is structured to guarantee sales anonymity which makes it an ideal vehicle for money laundering as reported by The New York Times: "'The art market is an ideal playing ground for money laundering,' said Thomas Christ, a board member of the Basel Institute on Governance, a Swiss non...

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Published on February 20, 2017 05:09 • 1 view
Eric Norcross Eric Norcross's blog:
We hadn’t really thought much about how we’d get there, just that at some point we’d be there—and all would be excellent, perfect and we’d at last be happy because that absolutely had to be the end result of all this bullshit. It made sense: stories are supposed to end this way and growing up you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 05:07 • 1 view
Bryan Davis Bryan Davis's blog:

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Question:

Isn’t a dragon a symbol of Satan in the Bible? Why do you have good dragon characters in your stories? Aren’t they supposed to be evil?

Answer:

The Bible uses a dragon to symbolize Satan, but God also describes Leviathan as one of his greatest creatures in Job 41, and t...

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Published on February 20, 2017 05:00 • 1 view
Dennis E. Taylor Dennis E. Taylor's blog:

Someone asked about the new Legion cover as well. Here it be.


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Published on February 19, 2017 17:57 • 1 view
Anyta Sunday Anyta Sunday's blog:
So the new covers for "Taboo For You" and "Experimentier Mit Mir" came out a couple of weeks ago, and now you can also get physical copies to hold in your hands :) And don't they look just lovely?

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To celebrate their arrival, I'm giving away two signed copies (one of "Taboo" and one of "Experimen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 04:52 • 4 views
E. Rachael Hardcastle E. Rachael Hardcastle's blog:
The Author Interviews continues withR. Franklin James, author of upcoming release The Bell Tolls (June 2017).You are living in the world from your latest novel. Where are you? What is it like?It is the present day, San Francisco Bay Area. It’s a busy metropolitan area with great night life, good... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 00:30 • 1 view
Karen Wardamasky Bobrow Karen Wardamasky Bobrow's blog:

It is now less than one week until I make my big public debut at the local literary festival in the southern city of Columbia, South Carolina, which has been my home for the past 8 years. I have ordered thirty copies of my book to sell, and now I wonder if I am kidding myself in thinking there w...

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Published on February 19, 2017 21:21 • 1 view
T.J. Land T.J. Land's blog:
58K, MM, enemies to lovers, bondage and fluff

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Bluster is the most incompetent supervillain around. He’s a klutz. He’s forgetful. His schemes never work. He never remembers to plan his escape, which doesn’t matter given that most superheroes don’t even bother... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 04:40 • 1 view
Jayla Jasso Jayla Jasso's blog:
Yes, this tastes as good as it looks. Shown here with gluten-free brown rice penne from Trader Joe's.
I'm committed to eating a vegan diet because I love how I feel when I don't eat dairy--or meat of course (but meat's not a temptation for me.) Doing without Alfredo sauce, however, is a bit of a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 13:04 • 7 views
Amar Shekhar Amar Shekhar's blog:
Seoul, the capital and largest metropolis of south Korea is known for its lively atmosphere, sprawling shopping malls, huge crowds of foreigners from around the globe, tall sky touching buildings, Continue Reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 01:56 • 9 views
Stacia Leigh Stacia Leigh's blog:
Day 13: The thing I like about this blackout poetry business, is that it's one big doodle. I find the words, create an image to go with them, and overwork it to the point the paper looks exhausted, but it's fun! I let my pens and pencils walk all over, and it gets messy, and I'm okay with it. Ver... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 08:00 • 1 view
Ioana Chicet-Macoveiciuc Ioana Chicet-Macoveiciuc's blog:
Zilele trecute am apărut într-un material la Digi24 despre cărți scrise de oameni activi în social media. Ieri a intrat și materialul despre cartea...
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Published on February 20, 2017 01:41 • 1 view
Joel Comiskey Joel Comiskey's blog:

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By Joel Comiskey


In 1995, I was the special guest speaker at a church in Big Bear, California. I had just finished preaching and was standing in the reception area listening to the pastor close the service. I felt a freezing draft of air coming from a window behind me. This particular window wa...

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Published on February 19, 2017 12:56 • 12 views
Cécile Rischmann Cécile Rischmann's blog:
I got a message last night: 'Aks, I want to see you.'
I stared at the message as if I were dreaming. It was 9.52 P.M. The sender was at that moment in Thousand lights and I in Valasaravakkam. It would take a minimum of one hour to reach my place.

‘Err, can it wait until tomorrow?’ I asked. ‘It’s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 04:11 • 41 views
Alison Brodie Alison Brodie's blog:
I found this antique pamphlet "A Short Guide to Great Britain" published by the War and Navy Departments, Washington, D.C.  This guide was issued to American servicemen during the Second World War.  Read what it has to say about British women!"British Women At War.A British woman officer or non-c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 06:03 • 12 views
Prex J.D.V. Ybasco Prex J.D.V. Ybasco's blog:
“I must have some drug, and reading isn’t a strong enough drug now.”

 


C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed
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Published on February 19, 2017 15:00 • 9 views
Kerry Clare Kerry Clare's blog:


Because I tell you everything, you have to know that I’ve wanted a Wikipedia page since 2008. This was the year my friend got a Wikipedia page. At the time, I barely had a “Published Works” page on my website, and my website was on Blogspot, and I had a long, long way to travel still. And all th...

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Published on February 19, 2017 09:28 • 9 views
Malcolm Little Malcolm Little's blog:

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In anticipation of next month’s release of The Greatest Game, I am hosting a limited-time-offer giveaway of Playing the Greatest Game, prequel novella to the forthcoming novel. The giveaway will last to the end of February.

Here is a brief synopsis of Playing the Greatest Game:

T...

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Published on February 19, 2017 20:00 • 10 views
Pankaj Giri Pankaj Giri's blog:

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I always follow Fingerprint Publishers—one of my favorite publishers—to discover new reads. And a few months back, I came to know about this book. The reviews were enticing, so I gave it a shot. Meanwhile, I even met the author on Twitter. She was polite and down to earth, which I l...

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Published on February 20, 2017 01:36 • 10 views
Katherine Woodfine Katherine Woodfine's blog:

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Illustration from The Painted Dragon by Karl James Mountford


When I started writing The Painted Dragon, I knew that I wanted to write about an art theft. Mysterious stolen paintings are a classic crime trope, appearing everywhere from episodes of ‘Jonathan Creek’, through to Donna Tartt’s Pulitze...

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Published on February 19, 2017 04:57 • 10 views
Lisa W. Tetting Lisa W. Tetting's blog:
In our February edition of Indie Shine, a place for @rebirthoflisa to ‘Shine’ the spotlight on indie artists, we welcome poet Ranjeeta Nath Ghai. Bio: Born to a Gujarati mother, Assamese father in MH Agra Cantt, Uttar Pradesh, brought up in New Delhi and married to a Punjabi… I have a rich cultur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 07:15 • 13 views
Cristina Boncea Cristina Boncea's blog:

Privindu-mi biblioteca, lucru pe care oricum îl fac plină de admirație zilnic, am mai descoperit un lucru care e de neacceptat pentru mine, ce ține de aspectul fizic al cărților:


FORMATUL DE BUZUNAR


Sau în general, cărțile mici ca mărime. Prefer de o mie de ori un volum greu, hardcover, indiferen...

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Published on February 19, 2017 05:29 • 12 views
Kate Coe Kate Coe's blog:

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. It’s most commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, but can be useful for other mental and physical health problems. This kinda follows on from my rant la...

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Published on February 20, 2017 01:27 • 12 views
Emily Skrutskie Emily Skrutskie's blog:


















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femslash book challenge: a trope you love ➝ enemies to lovers


↳ the abyss surrounds us by emily skrutskie




“And it sucks, because I want to kiss her. It’s infuriating how perfect it would be to kiss her right now, perched on a cannon on a pirate ship under the stars. That sounds like s...

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Published on February 19, 2017 19:58 • 10 views
Liz Gavin Liz Gavin's blog:
How much do we love our readers? We’d like to show you! Enter to win $760 in Amazon Gift Cards! One simple entry will give you one chance to win. Check out the bonus entries for additional chances! Unsubscribe any time, but … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 04:05 • 13 views
Ava Jae Ava Jae's blog:
Photo credit: EvaSwensen on FlickrAnother quick pre-post post to announce the winner of the thirty-second fixing the first page feature giveaway!

*drumroll*

And the thirty-second winner is…




MARY KATE PAGANO!





Hooray! Congratulations, Mary Kate!

Thanks again to all you lovely entrants! If you didn't wi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 02:59 • 10 views
Artemy Lebedev Artemy Lebedev's blog:


Найк пригласил меня принять участие в одном очень интересном совместном проекте.

В России ничего подобного еще не было.

Подробности смогу сообщить уже скоро.

#votema

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Published on February 20, 2017 00:00 • 10 views
Preethi Venugopala Preethi Venugopala's blog:

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Open-eyed Meditations is a beautiful compilation of thoughts wherein each meditation takes you on a journey to the past, bringing a secret herb to heal a problem of the present.A true distillation of ancient wisdom tips for modern lives, this unique self-help bo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 03:18 • 1 view
Susan Block Susan Block's blog:

Length 1:44:37 Date: February 18, 2017


The post Lupercalia 2017 appeared first on DrSusanBlock.com. Written by drsuzy

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Published on February 18, 2017 22:30 • 9 views
Cezarina Anghilac Cezarina Anghilac's blog:

Sau ce sper să-mi amintesc peste ani din mini-vacanța de trei zile pe care am făcut-o cu Ana în Portugalia, vizitând Lisabona și Sintra.

Dacă îmi semeni cât de cât, adică …

The post Lisabona, Sintra și alte culori appeared first on Kirb's Crib.

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Published on February 20, 2017 03:44 • 12 views
W.R. Gingell W.R. Gingell's blog:

You guys know me by now.


You know that I love to chuck you in the deep end, and–like one of those particularly terrifying parents–leave you either to sink or swim. I don’t do too many explanations in my novels: I let things reveal themselves as time goes by, and I prefer not to say something outri...

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Published on February 20, 2017 03:03 • 13 views
Christa Tomlinson Christa Tomlinson's blog:
It's finally time! Time for me to share with everyone more news on the continuation of Logan and Clay's story. First, the title: An Officer's Submission. Do you like it? I sure hope so because it's already on the cover. ;-) (That will be revealed next week!) It was a joy to write them again. I kn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2017 16:24 • 14 views
H.R. Moore H.R. Moore's blog:
Legacy of the Mind, the first book in The Legacy Trilogy, is touring some brilliant book blogs this week.

Look out for new and exclusive content, including my dream cast, and check out what the bloggers thought of the book.

The first stop is already up. Check out what Deep in the Crease thought of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 03:42 • 13 views
Cassidy Ostergren Cassidy Ostergren's blog:

“Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.”-Donovan Bailey


How true indeed. You know what I’m passionate about? Writing. Who would have guessed?


After a few lackluster years in which my desire to compose stories or even smalle...

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Published on February 19, 2017 13:08 • 12 views
Scarlett Avery Scarlett Avery's blog:

Yup, it’s my yearly tribute to David Gandy’s birthday, which falls on February 19, just in case you didn’t know!

Why?

Let’s me list the top 10 reasons why I LOVE David Gandy so much:

1. His blue eyes!!!

2. The blue eyes + dark hair combo

3. His sexy smile

4. His incredible body—not too buff, ju...

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Published on February 19, 2017 04:30 • 9 views
Rebecca  Schwartz Rebecca Schwartz's blog:


Watching me very closely from their perch. Never know when I’m heading for the kitchen. #catsofinstagram

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Published on February 19, 2017 14:26 • 11 views
Alan Robinson R. Alan Robinson R.'s blog:

Hola Alvaro!. En primer lugar tienes que tomar esto muy en serio, ser responsable y escuchar las criticas atentamente. Dedicarle mucho tiempo también, pues la práctica hace al maestro. ;)

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Published on February 19, 2017 18:46 • 14 views
Daniel C. Peterson Daniel C. Peterson's blog:
    “My reasons for seeing the universe as meaningful lie in what I perceive as its built-in necessities.  Monod stressed the improbability of life and mind and the preponderant role of chance in their emergence, hence the lack of design in the universe, hence its absurdity and pointlessness.  My... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2017 00:12 • 1 view
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