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Sue Bridgwater Sue Bridgwater's blog:
Tomorrow the cats will be collected and taken to the cattery, and the day after that I set out for my much-needed break.

Bad timing of course, seeing that 'The Dry Well' has just been published, especially for someone who has no portable devices other than a Filofax.

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Published on March 26, 2017 03:59 • 1 view
Martha Sweeney Martha Sweeney's blog:

[image error]I’m excited to announce that Knight Takes Pawn (Red Knight #1) is now LIVE on all platforms in both ebook and paperback.


A HUGE THANKS to everyone who has read and reviewed KTP.  This is my first thriller, and definitely not my last since it will be a series, and I can’t believe all o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 17:22 • 1 view
Oliviu Craznic Oliviu Craznic's blog:
Oliviu Craznic159. Prin chiar natura lor, toți oamenii sunt discriminabili.
Dacă nu suntem femei, evrei, creștini sau cu vreun handicap oarecare, sigur avem măcar sânge „negru” ori maghiar, vreo orientare de cine știe care fel și așa mai departe.
Doar că unii dintre noi știm că acuzația de discriminare este, î... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 26, 2017 03:09 • 57 views
Bert Farias Bert Farias's blog:

There I was on one of Atlanta’s super highways stuck in bumper to bumper rush hour traffic. I was allowing myself to get frustrated as my wife tried to assure me that eventually the traffic would break up and we would move. “There’s nothing we can do. Being frustrated is not going to help the sit...

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Published on March 25, 2017 07:12 • 1 view
Lucy Crowe Lucy Crowe's blog:
“Here is the thing,” she said out loud to the cat as she set the ceramic snowmen in the china cupboard. “A lot of time has gone by.”
Four months, to be exact.
She folded lacy paper snowflakes into the desk drawer and hung pastel eggs in their place. Bunnies. Crosses, stark against a crimson sky -... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 12:27 • 11 views
Ruby Redhead Ruby Redhead's blog:
The women in When the problem is love are no rollovers. Jimmie Morris is as tough as a trailer-park cat. She has left an abusive family far behind, and she's done it on her own, through hard work and a will of steel.

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Published on March 26, 2017 02:56 • 28 views
Glinda Izabel Glinda Izabel's blog:
ObsessionDi sabati che iniziano col botto ce ne vorrebbero a bizzeffe, non è così? Ma notizie come quella che sto per condividere oggi su queste pagine non sono all'ordine del giorno. Anzi, sono rare e preziose. Tutte le amanti della serie Lux di Jennifer Armentrout, ma anche quelli che semplicemente han... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 02:58 • 3 views
Evie Gaughan Evie Gaughan's blog:
Originally published on Swirl and Thread as part of #IrishWritersWed “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.” Westward Ho – Samuel Beckett  Full disclosure: I’ve never even read Beckett.   However I am a sucker for inspirational quotes (if only I could remember th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 26, 2017 01:49 • 12 views
Charlie Quimby Charlie Quimby's blog:

It's not all heartwarming moments around the Day Center, though this week had its share. Tension and conflict, held back with meditation, medication and protection orders, percolate just under the surface.


Colin came into the Day Center with a cast on his hand, boiling. He'd been jumped the night...

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Published on March 25, 2017 11:40 • 17 views
Wendelin Van Draanen Wendelin Van Draanen's blog:




The original cover 


Here's the thing about being a teacher: You're the one left behind. I'm not talking about pay structure or professional status, I'm talking about being left behind by the students. 




Each year teachers ready their classroom, prepare their strategies, devise fresh ways to enrich... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 19:03 • 20 views
Terry Brooks Terry Brooks's blog:

In April, Terry and Judine are traveling to New Zealand and Australia.

First, they will be visiting the Season 2 set of “The Shannara Chronicles” in New Zealand. They are really looking forward to this. Not only will they be meeting the actors who will be bringing new characters to life but they...

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Published on March 25, 2017 17:15 • 15 views
Rosie Amber Rosie Amber's blog:
Rise Sister Rise: A Guide to Unleashing the Wise, Wild Woman Within by Rebecca Campbell My rating: 4 of 5 stars Four Point Five Stars Rise Sister Rise is a non-fiction guide for those ready for change in their life … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 22:56 • 11 views
Harold Davis Harold Davis's blog:

Amid the vast floating towns of Halang Bay, everyone seems to be casting nets. In some cases these are part of the floating homes themselves. At night, the lights go on, the nets go down via a winch, and the fish wander into the nets and are caught. Fishing boats, like the one shown in the photo,...

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Published on March 25, 2017 02:34 • 1 view
Lisa Mason Lisa Mason's blog:

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As I mulled over my short fiction, I found seven wildly different stories with one thing in common–a heroine totally unlike me. I’m the girl next door. I have no idea where these strange ladies came from.


In The Oniomancer (Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine), a Chinese-American punk...

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Published on March 25, 2017 17:22 • 11 views
Ross  Turner Ross Turner's blog:
Almost 200 ratings on Goodreads.

I'm glad you're enjoying my work. Please feel free to leave reviews too, good or bad. I always appreciate your feedback.

Enjoy!
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Published on March 26, 2017 01:26 • 27 views
Petar Denchev Petar Denchev's blog:

Списание "Театър"


Симеон Лютаков



Петър Денчев (1986) е режисьор, който още в постановката си на „Медея”  по ЕврипидЖан АнуиТеодор Драйер и Йосиф Бродски (Драматичен театър „Сава Огнянов“, Русе, 2012), с изключителната Мариана Крумова в главната роля, направи силно впечатление и привлече вни...

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Published on March 25, 2017 22:56 • 13 views
Cal Newport Cal Newport's blog:


The Focused Tribe


The Himba people of northwestern Namibia are semi-nomadic sheep and cattle herders that have largely avoided contact with modern cultures. Their villages consist of wooden huts organized around a sacred fire that connects them to their ancestors. Their living spaces are devoid...

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Published on March 24, 2017 18:40 • 19 views
Raven McAllan Raven McAllan's blog:



Well now, it's Mothering Sunday here in the UK, so I'm not cooking. 

Which has nothing to do with #SexySnippets.

Which has nothing to do with cooking but it does in a roundabout way have something to do with mums.

As I've just received my fantastic cover for The Furnace Man, (Kera Faire, my dark si... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 22:40 • 1 view
Mindy McGinnis Mindy McGinnis's blog:
Meet my Hatchet of Death (or, some other colorful description RC Lewis and I come up with at any given moment). This is how I edit myself, it is how I edit others. If you think you want to play with me and my hatchet, shoot us an email.
We all know the first line of a query is your "hook." I call... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 05:00 • 1 view
Preeti Shenoy Preeti Shenoy's blog:
Rarely do I watch television. There are very few TV shows that I have watched completely, that too on Netflix, long after all the episodes were out. One of the TV shows was Breaking Bad and the other was Stranger things.

Of late, one show  that my daughter has got me hooked to, is Gossip Girl. It... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 09:32 • 14 views
Erin M. Leaf Erin M. Leaf's blog:

Do you like dragon shifters? I do.

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Published on March 25, 2017 05:00 • 1 view
Kate Griffin Kate Griffin's blog:

It can be tricky in this day and age explaining to some people exactly how they are misogynist, racist or any of the other ‘isms’ that we’re all proud not to be.  In the good old days, misogyny was easy to call out – and still is sometimes today – because people would turn round and say ‘Don’t tr...

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Published on March 25, 2017 03:48 • 14 views
Meagan Spooner Meagan Spooner's blog:


















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“We curse everything, for we are cursed, and we have no arms to shelter her and no lips to press to her hair and above all no words to tell her that we know loss and we know pain and if they were monsters we could fight we would have slain them in her name long ago like the heroes...

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Published on March 25, 2017 10:00 • 15 views
Thomas E. Woods Jr. Thomas E. Woods Jr.'s blog:

The intolerable left-liberal columnist Mike Royko once said, “It’s much harder to be a liberal than a conservative. Why? Because it’s easier to give someone a finger than a helping hand.”


In my secret Facebook group (accessible to the show’s supporting listeners), people are taking turns replying....

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Published on March 25, 2017 23:14 • 1 view
Iris Blobel Iris Blobel's blog:
  FLY WITH ME This is Tiffany’s story, who receives a call from the police one morning forcing her to deal with a chapter from her past, which she is unhappy to revisit. When she calls her friend Dylan, it’s Mat from New Zealand she ends up talking to. This is still a WIP, so critique … Continue... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 16:00 • 12 views
Harper Kingsley Harper Kingsley's blog:

Harper Kingsley - Author of slashy sci-fi and fantasy, loves to babble about books, movies, comics, and whatever


I’ve found a love in myself for the Bronte sisters.


I’m a bit interested in what was going on between Charlotte and Anne, that’s for sure.


Seriously, read their Wikipedia entries. They’...

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Published on March 25, 2017 23:30 • 18 views
Sara Rosett Sara Rosett's blog:


Really enjoyed seeing these Houston writers today @jamicrumpton1 @kingscottking http://dlvr.it/Nk8gTy

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Published on March 25, 2017 22:01 • 13 views
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

We sit on the cusp of a transportation revolution, as companies race to be first to market with a working self-driving car. We’ve been tracking this technology for some time now, and like many have been intrigued by its promise to reduce (or even eliminate) traffic accidents, to help cities impro...

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Published on March 25, 2017 12:00 • 13 views
Philip Yancey Philip Yancey's blog:

Janet and I spent last week in Hawaii. After attending a conference in Honolulu, we opted to spend our free time not at a beach resort but rather on the small, sparsely developed island of Molokai. There, we hiked the Kalaupapa trail, a vertiginous descent that negotiates 26 switchbacks in three...

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Published on March 25, 2017 13:15 • 14 views
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:

Today in Tech History logo1925 – John Logie Baird gave his first public demonstration of his ‘Silhouette Television’ at the Selfridges department store, Oxford Street, London. It was part of the store’s birthday celebration.


1979 – The first fully functional space shuttle orbiter, Columbia, was delivered to the John F. Ken...

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Published on March 25, 2017 04:12 • 14 views
Evangeline Anderson Evangeline Anderson's blog:
HELLO, READERS!


Want to be 20 years younger overnight? Well you can be if you have the Shifter Gene…but there are a few side effects.


Side effects you say? Like what?


How about hyper-fertility? Meaning the need to breed or die with the hot Alpha of your choice?


Okay, maybe it’s not so bad…sign...

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Published on March 24, 2017 12:26 • 1 view
Gav Thorpe Gav Thorpe's blog:

One of Sammy's Toy RobotsWelcome to the latest update on Big Stompy Robots. If this is the first you’ve heard of my new game, you can find out more about it here.


This blog is mostly about games design – specifically how to approach changing the game following play-testing. I’m using Big Stompy Robots as the example, and...

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Published on March 25, 2017 02:00 • 1 view
Margaret Roach Margaret Roach's blog:

A RENOWN garden-making friend reminds me of a key lesson his mentor taught him: “There is no such thing as [read more…]


The post a diversity of marigolds and zinnias old and new, with marilyn barlow appeared first on A Way To Garden.



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Published on March 25, 2017 15:00 • 14 views
Rachel Neumeier Rachel Neumeier's blog:

Here’s a great post by Sherwood Smith at Book View Café: Worldbuilding: Curses and Cusses .


How many Sf or fantasy novels have you read, or shows have you watched, that toss you right out when the characters started cussing and the made-up words, or euphemisms, sound totally fake?


Some writers so...

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Published on March 25, 2017 15:34 • 16 views
Margot Kinberg Margot Kinberg's blog:

[image error]An interesting pair of events happened on this day, only five years apart. In 1955, copies of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl were seized as being obscene. Only five years later, D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover was ruled not obscene. It’s all got me to thinking about our standards for...

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Published on March 25, 2017 11:40 • 1 view
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