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Mitta Xinindlu Mitta Xinindlu's blog:
My recent article as published on News24 highlighted some of the factors that promote narcissistic management styles today. The reader must remember that there are two sides to a leader, the constructive and the destructive. Many business analysts have used the words “bad” and “good” to define pr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2017 06:16 • 12 views
Jeaniene Frost Jeaniene Frost's blog:
Vlad and Leila fans, today is the day you've been waiting for! Into The Fire, the fourth and final Night Prince novel, is finally here.
 


In the wrong hands, love can be a deadly weapon.

 

For nearly six hundred years, Vlad Tepesh cared for nothing, so he had nothing to lose. His brutal re...
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Published on February 28, 2017 06:08 • 3 views
Josiah Bancroft Josiah Bancroft's blog:
It's time for a contest, my friends! This time, I'm giving away an original, signed drawing of the Stone Cloud and posters of the book covers (10"x13"). The winner will receive the original art in addition to both posters. A runner-up will receive the poster of their choosing.

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Published on February 28, 2017 05:13 • 17 views
Suvi Kauppila Suvi Kauppila's blog:

Olen mielestäni lukenut huonon fantasian lukupiirin nimissä kohtuullisen huonoja asioita. Salvatore on aiheuttanut lattialla kierimistä ja tuskaisaa naurua. Odotin siis vampyyriteemaa innolla, koska en uskonut, että tulossa voisi olla ainakaan mitään kammottavampaa. Olin tietysti väärässä.

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Published on February 28, 2017 03:34 • 12 views
Leonard Petracci Leonard Petracci's blog:

BIG NEWS!  Til Death Do Us Part, my prison break and heist novel, is now an Audiobook read by the famous MrCreepyPasta!  Get it on Audible here.  This book is not a Romance– it’s an adventure in a world of Reincarnation, where children serve sentences for the crimes of their past lives in a maxim...

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Published on February 27, 2017 19:39 • 1 view
L.E. DeLano L.E. DeLano's blog:

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That’s me!


That’s actually me, doing a reading from my book! The book that I wrote! The one on the shelves! (I know I’m babbling, but it still seems a bit surreal.)


I had my first author event on Friday at Towne Book Center, with a terrific crowd and delicious glittery cake pops and t...

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Published on February 27, 2017 07:18 • 1 view
Java Davis Java Davis's blog:
My latest blog post, a review of Maria Luisa Lang's book The Pharaoh's Cat:
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Published on February 28, 2017 05:06 • 31 views
Anna Adler Anna Adler's blog:

I’m currently trying to wrap my head around the mystery called a newsletter. On top of the other things occupying space in my head, it kind of leaves me feeling like this:


 


Can you spot the overwhelmed Anna under the pile?Can you spot the overwhelmed Anna under the pile?

 


Do you ever feel like you’re buried under the pile? I know I do.


In 2015 wh...

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Published on February 27, 2017 10:33 • 1 view
E. Rachael Hardcastle E. Rachael Hardcastle's blog:
Ivy Cirilloreturns with the second part of her author interview.Do you consider yourself to be a successful writer? If so, why? If not, what would make you successful?Not right now, however, I do think that I will get to that point. At the moment, I’m not aiming for success, I’m just aiming for p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2017 01:12 • 1 view
Roland Yeomans Roland Yeomans's blog:

Mardi Gras has become the Party for Everyone.
But it was not always so.

Time Magazine in the Feb. 9, 1948, issue, wrote that 

balls and "krewes" were for the city's elites only, and that situation lasted for decades.

The '50's were artificial and magazines, television, and movies gilded the times... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 20:32 • 1 view
Glynis Mackenzie Glynis Mackenzie's blog:

I work with women all the time. I work with them one-on-one sorting out their wardrobes and making them look their best and I work with them in group workshops – but, even amongst all these women, it’s quite rare that I find someone who feels confident and happy about how she looks and feels.


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Published on February 28, 2017 01:07 • 8 views
Carmen-Shea Hepburn Carmen-Shea Hepburn's blog:

February has officially become the Month of the Hermit for me! Not a bad thing at all between the oft-unpredictable Scottish weather and the fact I had a novel to finish.

It’s been a great month in spite of- or thanks to?- both of these things and I’m settling back into the family home with far m...

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Published on February 27, 2017 12:12 • 10 views
Juliet E. McKenna Juliet E. McKenna's blog:

For those of you who haven’t seen it, ‘Timeless‘ is a prime-time, network action-SF show. The premise is straightforward: English billionaire Connor Mason funds the secret development of a time travel machine, bad guys steal the time travel machine, the authorities get involved and a square-jawed...

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Published on February 28, 2017 03:08 • 2 views
Ember Raine Winters Ember Raine Winters's blog:

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Thank you for this interview Julie! I’d like to know more about you as a person first.  What do you do when you’re not writing?


I am at my desk, working on beta reading or social media campaigns for clients. When I am not working, I am either reading, watching movies with my kids, or...

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Published on February 27, 2017 06:00 • 13 views
David L.  Dahl David L. Dahl's blog:

“I knew better,” I muttered, flipping the sun visor down. When I was in college, I lived in West Terre Haute. Every morning, I drove east into the sunrise, and every evening I drove west into the sunset. I promised myself that I would live east of my work. Hah, that didn’t last.


So here I was, hea...

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Published on February 27, 2017 07:36 • 36 views
Stephanie Dray Stephanie Dray's blog:

You still have twelve hours to enter to win +45 historical novels and a Kindle Fire! I want one of you to win win win. So go go go. Just click the pic.

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Published on February 27, 2017 10:11 • 9 views
J. Alexander Rutherford J. Alexander Rutherford's blog:
Can someone who rejects God as He has revealed Himself in Scripture be consistently rational? Cornelius Van Til, a 20th century Christian apologist and theologian, frequently demonstrated the inherent irrationalism of all non-Biblical worldviews. One of his students, John Frame, has applied this... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 12:50 • 12 views
K.L. Kranes K.L. Kranes's blog:

[image error]As a child, I apparently had a bit of a doll problem. If a doll existed, I wanted it. I had that doll where you cut her hair and then could pull it out so it grew again. I had Cabbage Patch dolls. And I was seriously envious of my friend Natasha’s collection, which put my measly two...

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Published on February 27, 2017 06:51 • 17 views
Shannon Hollinger Shannon Hollinger's blog:

Best Reader Meme of the Week: Each time you open a book…unless it's twilight....then it becomes hell.:


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Published on February 27, 2017 12:26 • 11 views
Jessica Hernandez Jessica Hernandez's blog:

Today’s post comes in the form of both a new release alert and author interview. Earlier this month, Kristina Beck’s debut novel, Lives Collide, hit virtual shelves. I am excited to announce that Kristina visits Coffee with Architects of Worlds Afar today to talk to us about both her romance nov...

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Published on February 27, 2017 07:25 • 13 views
Tracy Kiss Tracy Kiss's blog:

I have seen my mother living in endlessly progressive pain for the past eighteen months but thankfully yesterday we found out that it will finally end; we just don’t know if it will be through finding a cure for her condition or the harsh reality of death and the helplessness is absolutely crippl...

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Published on February 27, 2017 14:49 • 12 views
Cyci Cade Cyci Cade's blog:


Every day everybody faces some problems—small and big ones. Some of them are easy to solve, you already know what you have to do. However, there are situations that you dont have any idea how to handle them.
Sometimes you need to make a choice and it is a difficult task. You cant foresee the futu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2017 00:30 • 9 views
Lindsey Andrews Lindsey Andrews's blog:
Mardi Gras Mudslide Recipe

Today is Fat Tuesday. While there is soccer practice and writing to be done, the holiday cannot go by without being celebrated. Although my family is not Catholic in traditions, there is so much about the history of Mardi Gras, combined with the reverence around holidays...

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Published on February 28, 2017 04:02 • 4 views
Evan Bond Evan Bond's blog:
Picture How about a little more information regarding my upcoming horror novella? Since you asked so politely, I guess I can give up a little information.

A family vacation to a country home out in the middle of nowhere was meant to be relaxing. It was meant to be a way to bring the family closer togethe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 10:00 • 1 view
Kellyn Roth Kellyn Roth's blog:

Hello all! Time for another dares post, but first we’re trying something new.


-February Highlights-

Went to California to visit my sister and her family for a week. Pictures coming Wednesday! Although not very good pictures. I also made some observations about humankind while I was down there (basi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 13:10 • 12 views
Cassey Ho Cassey Ho's blog:


Hey guys!


I literally CANNOT even believe that March is almost here. Like, what?? Like, Spring next month?? HUH! I’m still so cold!


You guys have been SOOOO on it with PIIT28 and/or following the Feb Workout Calendar that I am guessing your muscles need a little bit of a tune up! So that means tha...

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Published on February 27, 2017 14:29 • 9 views
Luvvie Ajayi Luvvie Ajayi's blog:

Let me tell you something. The entire Trump administration must be made up of people who were raised by savages. Every week, they do some shit that is unbecoming of what people do when they are raised with sense as a core value and guiding principle.

Latest is the picture that dropped yesterday,...

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Published on February 27, 2017 22:16 • 13 views
David Olier David Olier's blog:

Ser escritor es algo que asociamos directamente con la imagen de una persona sentada delante de un ordenador escribiendo. Parece obvio, ¿verdad? Un escritor… escribe. Sin embargo, hay otras muchas, muchísimas cosas, que tiene que hacer una persona hoy en día para poder ser escritor. Tareas que qu...

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Published on February 28, 2017 01:25 • 12 views
Gregory Klages Gregory Klages's blog:
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Published on February 27, 2017 11:55 • 17 views
Jared Garrett Jared Garrett's blog:

Howdy, faithful fans! Exactly one month late according to my goals in the previous post, the Garrish Army (the army of fans and readers and friends and even enemies trying to subvert the system because I am all about sticking it to the man) will receive its first ever newsletter!

The Garrish Army...

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Published on February 27, 2017 15:02 • 1 view
Petr Casanova Petr Casanova's blog:
Když jsem před časem v magazínu FC vyprávěl o setkání s Billem Gatesem a popisoval jeho zásady fungování v byznysu i partnerském vztahu, dostal jsem mnoho otázek i na téma, jak to má s dětmi. Proč jim nechce jen tak předat své finanční bohatství, proč chce, aby si peníze vydělaly samy, a jak to d...
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Published on February 28, 2017 00:14 • 17 views
Amy J. Hamilton Amy J. Hamilton's blog:


The first of two interviews this week is with Louann Carroll. Let us delve into the depths of some of my favourite genres-paranormal and sci-fi. But first get digging...


Hi Louann, before I start asking you about writing-what’s the most interesting fossil you’ve found? My son and I need to know.

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Published on February 28, 2017 04:18 • 25 views
Ryan Lanz Ryan Lanz's blog:
  by Lauren Sapala Age can be a touchy topic for artists of all types. There’s a glamorous myth that says all the geniuses come into their talent at a young age, and by the time they’re 30 they have already reached astonishing heights of prowess. But like so many other sexy tales that figure … Co... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 09:59 • 13 views
Sarah Mackenzie Sarah Mackenzie's blog:

Awoooooooo!


Get ready for some pure delight in this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast. We’re joined by the wonderful and witty author of the spunky and endearing Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place series.


In this episode, Maryrose Wood joins us to discuss where the idea of a governess...

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Published on February 27, 2017 14:06 • 14 views
Ana Spoke Ana Spoke's blog:

I’ve promised a hurricane of activity leading up to my Literary Speed Dating date on 24 June, and one of them is updating book blurbs. Content is king, of course, but even a king could benefit from a little mascara. Just ask Johnny Depp.


So, speaking of using the equivalent of a Kohl pencil to giv...

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Published on February 27, 2017 05:00 • 13 views
Ricky Pine Ricky Pine's blog:
Heir of Fire Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Huh...so I thought I'd rated this one four stars the first time I read this, but turns out it was five. Well, now that I've re-read it, I'm bringing it down to four for sure. Don't get me wrong, Celaena's story - and rediscovery of her true... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 21:30 • 11 views
Toni Shiloh Toni Shiloh's blog:
Happy Tuesday, Reader Friends!!

Thanks for stopping by! I'm sharing my review of Marguerite Martin Gray's Surround Me, the second book in the Revolutionary Faith series. Have you read it?
About the Book PictureFrom the back cover: "As the dark curtain of the rumors of revolution threatens to descend, Lou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2017 03:00 • 27 views
Roberta Dellabora Roberta Dellabora's blog:
Quando io e Sonia abbiamo pensato a questa rubrica avevamo ragione su una cosa: ci sarebbero stati tanti buoni consigli. Alla fine basti pensare a quante blogger nel corso dei "consigliati di blogger" abbiamo già contattato, tanti libri consigliati in modo sincero. E diciamocelo: le blogger che c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2017 01:00 • 12 views
A.J. Wolfe A.J. Wolfe's blog:

Hey Guys! We are back today with another fun — and timely! — DFB YouTube Video!


So, we were all a little shocked and saddened — although not totally surprised —  a few weeks back when we learned that Starring Rolls Cafe in Disney’s Hollywood Studios would be closing. Womp womp.


Oh, Starring Rolls.

Oh, Starring Rolls....

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Published on February 27, 2017 10:14 • 12 views
Guillem López Guillem López's blog:

Arañas de marte, la quinta novela de Guillem López, será publicada por la editorial Valdemar en su colección Diógenes. La espectacular portada corre a cargo de Santiago Caruso.
En esta ocasión nos asomamos al abismo de la locura con una desgarradora historia. La pérdida del hijo, percepción de rea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 12:59 • 13 views
Gabriella Campbell Gabriella Campbell's blog:

No solemos preguntarnos si un violinista tiene que tocar a diario el violín o si un nadador olímpico tiene que nadar todos los días. Supongo que, una vez más, juzgamos la escritura con lupas y filtros distintos.

Detrás de una pregunta que parece tan inocente hay una respuesta cargada, como arma q...

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Published on February 27, 2017 10:48 • 12 views
Theo Fenraven Theo Fenraven's blog:
I went through some photos from 2002 and found this one. I was living in rural Wisconsin. Back then I was using an Olympus. Digital cameras weren’t as good as those we have today, nor were the pictures very large. … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2017 05:26 • 8 views
Gail Pool Gail Pool's blog:
Jeremy, a map collector, recommends Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps (British Library, London, 2014) by Chet van Duzer. An excellent book that examines the sources of those fantastic cartographic creatures that you'll never (you hope) meet on your travels.
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Published on February 26, 2017 21:00 • 17 views
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