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Naila Carlisi Naila Carlisi's blog:
Scorreva l'acqua dal rubinetto, fresca, libera e infinita, mentre lui si spazzolava i denti con abbondante dentifricio. Quella sensazione di menta fresca nella bocca voleva farla durare a lungo. E quando giungeva l'ora della doccia, immaginava sempre di trovarsi nel bel mezzo di una tempesta, sot... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 30, 2015 00:44 • 2 views
Billy Roper Billy Roper's blog:
Dystopia or Utopia? It's in the eyes of the beholder...

From now until the one year anniversary of its' first publication date on September 15th, get a paperback copy of 'Hasten The Day' for 25% off the retail price of $8.88. Find out why this book has 52 reviews and counting on Amazon. Read what... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 22:49 • 35 views
Isabell Lawless Isabell Lawless's blog:
Tomorrow's book release party will be author packed with sweet giveaways!
Come on over!

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Published on August 29, 2015 22:17 • 42 views
Sloane Kennedy Sloane Kennedy's blog:
A big thank you to everyone who voted on whether the next book in the Barretti Security Series would be M/M or M/M/M!

The winner by just 5 votes was M/M/M!

I'm super excited to get started on Declan and Jagger's story and have found what I hope is the perfect match for them in Ren Barretti. Althoug... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 21:34 • 15 views
Allan J. Ashinoff Allan J. Ashinoff's blog:
For a limited time my futuristic science fiction novel Shadows Live Under Seashells will be on sale in ebook form for $2.99.

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Published on August 29, 2015 21:50 • 25 views
Libbet Bradstreet Libbet Bradstreet's blog:
One interesting part of my own e-publishing process...has been being able to stick my toe into the deep pool of awesome indie content here on Goodreads.

For the past few years I think I've been so focused on finding my own voice on the page--that I didn't stop to look around at how the publishing... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 21:42 • 13 views
Michelle  Pace Michelle Pace's blog:
USA Today Bestselling author, J.L. Mac and my husband, J.L. MacL.G.Pace IIIL.G. Pace III have teamed up to coauthor Oculus, a brand new series. The first book, Oculus, is scheduled to release December 29, 2015. This three-book series is a dystopian romance that chronicles the lives of Sicarius an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 21:20 • 8 views
Sarah Tork Sarah Tork's blog:
Working on Xander right now.

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WAKE UP!

My eyes open immediately and I find myself lying on a queen-sized bed with a purple comforter from a store I can’t pronounce, staring up at a ceiling in a room from a condo that belongs to a blue-eyed….

“Devil.” I whisper, moving my mouth into a familiar s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 21:08 • 6 views
Bree Pierce Bree Pierce's blog:
I have a few releases that are coming up in the next few months. Twisted Destinies 3: Legacy is going to be released on October 30th unless I am able to push the date up a little on that. A cover reveal will take place on September 14th on my Facebook fan page along with some other blogs. You don... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 20:47 • 11 views
Michelle Muriel Michelle Muriel's blog:



ESSIE’S ROSES is an Amazon Kindle Store BESTSELLER! Thank you, everyone for reading, spreading the word, and sharing your reviews about Essie’s Roses, an inspirational, historical novel with heart!

On Sale Now!

ESSIE’S ROSES KINDLE eBook only $1.99! Buy the print book on Amazon and receive the Kind... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 19:49 • 13 views
Brandon Gene Petit Brandon Gene Petit's blog:
Woman is a fate I bear too often… and the woman that most recently graced this now lonesome chamber, well, her presence is but a ghost here. She departed so suddenly and left me with trivial objects still resonating to her touch… baubles and trinkets, things that trouble me with her scent. She wa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 19:23 • 55 views
Ilana C. Myer Ilana C. Myer's blog:
Now I know the lead-up to publication is much as I’ve heard heard war described–a lot of waiting, and then suddenly, a lot of marching! The waiting is at an end as September 29th fast approaches, and everything is suddenly moving quickly. http://ilanacmyer.com/2015/08/29/one-... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 19:12 • 8 views
Michelle Areaux Michelle Areaux's blog:
Wicked CriesHello all, I hope to find a following of passionate young adult readers. My young adult paranormal mystery, Wicked Cries is available through Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. Check me out on Twitter at @MommaAreaux for updates. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 19:06 • 20 views
Rachel L. Demeter Rachel L. Demeter's blog:
Thank you to the lovely Kimberly Rocha for interviewing me on her blog! She posts phenomenal reviews and content, so be sure to give Book Obsessed Chicks some lovin'!


1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.

Thanks for having me on your lovely blog, Kimberly! I live in beautiful Sunny California wit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 18:47 • 15 views
Tess Evans Tess Evans's blog:
On Thursday, I met my editor, Catherine Milne, for the first time. Melbourne welcomed this Sydney visitor a deluge and a tram strike, but there was the Writers’ Festival to compensate. We talked until the coffee shop staff politely indicated that they were closing for the day. I had lost track of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 18:44 • 6 views
سمارا نوري البياتي سمارا نوري البياتي's blog:

لم كل هذا الصخب والضجيج عند كل نهاية؟


لايليق بالنهايات الا الهدوء.


هدوء تتكسر عند ساحله صدى الاصوات وتتجلد المشاعر وتستعد النفوس لفصل جديد في كتاب الحياة.


تختلف قوانين البشر والدول والمجتمعات والاعراف عن قوانين الطبيعة وسنن الحياة، الاولى يضعها البشر بمعاييرهم وأجتهاداتهم فأما عادلة او جائرة تفرض سل...

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Published on August 29, 2015 10:53 • 1 view
Tse Hao Guang Tse Hao Guang's blog:


It seems like there are fewerEnglish lit students than before, and a corresponding muddleheadedness about why, exactly, this should be a problem. Everyone and their dog loves e-lit, but nobody has, to me, put forth an even halfway convincing case of the value of English Literature education in S...

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Published on August 29, 2015 09:00 • 10 views
Narine Abgaryan Narine Abgaryan's blog:
Сын уехал с друзьями. На неделю. В Калининград. Представляли, как прилетают туда, а в номере их поджидают мамы — каждая с кастрюлей борща. И смеются, аж лбами стукаются, балбесы.
Я слушала и тихо радовалась, что не одна такая. Что мир полнится ненормальными мамами девочек и мальчиков, готовых лет... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 02:49 • 7 views
Roger K. Allen, Ph.D. Roger K. Allen, Ph.D.'s blog:

Isn’t technology wonderful? When I was a boy if I wanted to change the channel on the TV, I had to get up and go the TV. Now, all we do is point a remote in the general direction of the TV, press a button and change the channel. It is easy.

Then I began thinking how nice it would be if someon...

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Published on August 29, 2015 05:40 • 9 views
Kimberly Labor Kimberly Labor's blog:
I think we are all a little bit lonely, and some days--or nights--the feeling hits especially hard. The question is, what do you do with that feeling? Seems the best way out of it is to think of others--human or animal--and do something for them--in whatever way you can, large or small. And there... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 18:30 • 27 views
Chevoque Chevoque's blog:
If you missed theevent on Facebookor Twitter (what is that saying about living under a rock? Kidding!), butI am posting my awesome pics and posts here so you can see what I am grateful for and what went down where I was involved - that sounds like an 'ego petting', but eh? POST ONE: First off... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 11:59 • 9 views
Bryce David Salazar Bryce David Salazar's blog:
I don't think the pills are working. Not as well as they were late last year, when I decided to embark on a socially acceptable clinical drug dependency in the hopes that I could finally wake up without an overwhelming sense of fear and a cripplingly sad cloud following me around like some sad sa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 13:32 • 7 views
Dorian Box Dorian Box's blog:

Diary of a Novice Literary PublicistBy Amy Holland


Transgressive fiction writer Rupert Dreyfus, from England, made two strong new fans in the U.S. recently as both I and Dorian Box (author of Psycho-Tropics) read his debut novel, Spark. Full of dark humor, insane plot twists, and quirky characters—just the kind of stuff we both lo...

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Published on August 29, 2015 13:35 • 5 views
Jenna Moreci Jenna Moreci's blog:

I focus mostly on internet marketing, because that’s where a majority of the industry exists. Eventually I will be doing signings, events, tours, etc, but (in my opinion) those are best for authors with a large fanbase. When you’re first starting, the internet is your friend.

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Published on August 29, 2015 15:09 • 1 view
Grace Buchele Mineta Grace Buchele Mineta's blog:
I lived in a capsule hotel in Tokyo for a week

I tried to live in a capsule hotel in Tokyo for a week. Tried is the important word here, because it turns out that most capsule hotels only allow female guests during certain days of the week (in this case, only five of the seven days of the week).Also, by day five I was sicker than a dog andh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 28, 2015 18:29 • 10 views
Michael Faudet Michael Faudet's blog:


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Published on August 29, 2015 09:45 • 8 views
Denyse Bridger Denyse Bridger's blog:
A highly trained military operative, Prince Charming, and a vampire with a taste for decadence and sexual dominance... and this week they're all available for free - three of my best-sellers on Amazon and ARe, in whatever format your reader needs... check them out!!

Heart of Stone by Denyse B... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 28, 2015 21:30 • 3 views
Jack Chaucer Jack Chaucer's blog:
Nikki Blue Source of Trouble (Nikki, #2) by Jack ChaucerAdam Upton’s POV

Virgil had warned me to be ready for payback. He already knew the story of me and Lee. I guess Nikki had told him all about it or he read it in the newspapers — how I’d backed out of our plan to shoot up our high school; how I’d told the police everything and served less than a y... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 18:17 • 1 view
John (Ellsworth) Hutchison-Hall John (Ellsworth) Hutchison-Hall's blog:

Pre-Schism Saints of the Orthodox Roman Patriarchate*
30th August (17th August O.S.)
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Icon of Orthodox Saints of the British Isles

AMOR (AMATOR, AMOUR), (Eighth Century), a companion of St. Pirmin (3rd November) in his evangelisation of the Germans, and founder of the monastery of Amorbach in Franconia.ANASTASIUS, a Bishop of Terni who repose... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 16:00 • 5 views
Mark Coggins Mark Coggins's blog:

I wrote an essay about the inspiration for my forthcoming novel NO HARD FEELINGS on the great crime fiction blog The Rap Sheet. Here’s a little taste:


Ron Hansen’s Atticus is an example of a literary inspiration for the way No Hard Feelings is told. Another comes from a completely different sort...

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Published on August 29, 2015 15:22 • 8 views
taylorpotato taylorpotato's blog:
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Published on August 29, 2015 17:20 • 14 views
C.B. Cook C.B. Cook's blog:
Hullo, everyone! This is a little piece that came out of my frustration for all the new story ideas I keep getting. All stories mentioned are real works-in-progress or new ideas. Enjoy! I’m literally banging my head on my desk … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 13:07 • 10 views
Clancy Tucker Clancy Tucker's blog:

JACOB RIIS1849-1914
G'day folks,Welcome to the life and times of a photographer, social reformer and writer. Jacob Riis was a photographer and writer whose book 'How the Other Half Lives' led to a revolution in social reform.

Synopsis

Jacob Riis was born in Denmark in May 1849 and emigrated to the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 05:15 • 8 views
Amy Giuffrida Amy Giuffrida's blog:

It’s been quite a while since my last post. Sorry. Life has been forever busy, but I’m hoping to get back on track. As you may know, I am a city girl at heart and I visit NYC as often as I can–which is typically every month.

August in New York is skin-meltingly hot, but I never care about the hea...

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Published on August 29, 2015 10:26 • 8 views
Suzanne Rindell Suzanne Rindell's blog:

Well, looking at the date of my last entry on this blog, it appears I’ve taken almost the entire month of August off – how European of me!

However, there’s a pretty good reason for that. Or, at least, there's a reason,and I consider it to be a good one. This is going to be one of those straight-up...

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Published on August 29, 2015 13:09 • 9 views
Sue Clancy Sue Clancy's blog:

One of the best “how to be a professional artist” advice I ever got: Learn to cook! 2nd best advice: Get a rice cooker – slow cooker combo that has a timer and a “keep warm” setting. (This way dinner cooks while I work – and when dinner is done if I’m still working my food stays warm until I’m re...

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Published on August 29, 2015 14:38 • 2 views
Paul Howsley Paul Howsley's blog:

The Year of the Badgers is a near-future dystopian look at the life of the working class under workfare, sanctions, and benefit cards.

The bookis available from the following online stores

AmazoniTunesNookKoboPage FoundryScribed

The Paperbackis available fromFahrenheit Booksin Middlesbrough...

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Published on August 04, 2015 13:29 • 9 views
Stormie Steele Stormie Steele's blog:
Prayer opens a multitude of doors and opportunities through daily encounters, allowing advantage for the thing that is prayed an outlet of manifestation. We participate in prayer by becoming the thing that is prayed. We are praying participants. Wishing you balance and wellbeing. ~Storm Praying p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 11:21 • 7 views
Ravyn Rayne Ravyn Rayne's blog:



Now that the 2015 Golden Flogger Award Winners have been announced, I can move forward with offering all three novels of The Divine Trilogy as one complete installment! I’m super excited to be able to do this for the readers who have been with me from the beginning and the new ones who’ve yet to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 07:41 • 9 views
M. Duda M. Duda's blog:
I’m running an Amazon Kindle promotion. Until September 1st, you can download a free copy of Bedtime for Seneca onto your Kindle. Look in the category Best Sellers in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads. The book is (or was) ranked at #51. At least, it made it into the top 100 for... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 08:47 • 11 views
Kristy Berridge Kristy Berridge's blog:
*** THE ALIGNED GIVEAWAY ***
*** HAS 1 DAY To GO ***
last chance to win a copy of book 3 in The Hunted Series.

The Aligned (The Hunted #3) by Kristy Berridge
The Hunted (The Hunted #1) by Kristy Berridge
The Damned (The Hunted #2) by Kristy Berridge
Kristy Berridge

Hurry, Dont miss out............ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 29, 2015 18:06 • 8 views
Maria   Matthews Maria Matthews's blog:

Hi thank you to everyone who visited my site, the winner is Bitzy-ku and a copy of my book is heading her way. Thank you for being such a loyal blog follower.


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Published on August 29, 2015 04:45 • 7 views
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