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Richard      Mason Richard Mason's blog:
Hi everybody,
I'm just letting you know that for a limited time only, Branthwaite's Lot is currently priced at a mere £0.75 on Kindle
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Published on April 18, 2014 00:41 • 9 views
Rhonda Sellers Elkins Rhonda Sellers Elkins's blog:

I absolutely cannot believe that I have not shared this memory of Kaitlyn before anywhere because it’s one of the sweetest memories I have of her, and I have so very many.


Ever since she was a wee thing, she always loved to be with me, talk with me and spend time with me. She was not clingy at all...

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Vicki A. Davis Vicki A. Davis's blog:

Yesterday after school I earned my dumpster diver 101 merit badge as a senior and I went through the school’s trash looking for an unmarked photo cd that had been accidentally tossed. (Theymay doubt my sanity but they can’t doubt my love.)

Make the days count as we talk about how to make it to the end of the school year

After it was found I drove home quicklyto take a hot bath...

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Eliza Graham Eliza Graham's blog:
Very belatedly and with apologies I have come to this blog at last to write about my new adult novel, The One I Was. It's the story of a young German refugee, Benny, who comes to England in 1939 haunted by an event occurring in his home town just as he leaves. His guilty secret will influence th... Read more of this blog post »
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Frances M.  Thompson Frances M. Thompson's blog:
Hello friends,

I've just received the magic email from Amazon telling me Night Bus is now live in the Kindle store.

It's a gentle story about Tilde O'Hara a young woman living in London whose life changes considerably after a peculiar meeting with an old woman on the number 94 bus.

Challenging your... Read more of this blog post »
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K.J. Mecklenfeld K.J. Mecklenfeld's blog:
Een Miniheks in het Weerwolvenbos

Een Miniheks in het Weerwolvenbos


Carte frumoasă!


Vorbesc despre „O mini-vrăjitoare în Pădurea Vampirilor”, de Paul van Loon, sau pe olandeză „Een Miniheks in het Weerwolvenbos”.


O plăcere să citești!


O plăcere pentru ochi, minte și chiar nas, dacă îți place mirosul de carte proapăt tipărită.


Să fim b...

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Sam McManus Sam McManus's blog:
Remember the story of Goldilocks, the little girl who, somehow lost in a forest, happens upon the home of three fastidious bears and makes herself at home? However, she can’t seem to get comfortable at first, finding that, after trial and error, only one of these bears has her best interests at h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 07:37 • 12 views
Natasha Duncan-Drake Natasha Duncan-Drake's blog:
So today P is for Priest and a vampire called a Pey and Priest the film :). Of course there is also another installment of Ianthe's adventures - it's getting exciting now ::g::


AtoZ Day 16: P is for Priest, Pey, Priest


It's my day over on FB3X where I have a drabble for you...


Drabblerotic 2014 -...
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Published on April 17, 2014 23:47 • 9 views
Maria Nikolajeva Maria Nikolajeva's blog:
Another reflection I made at the First World War symposium was that my grandchildren presumably don't know anything about it.
Of course, I didn't know much about it when I was a child, once again, because it was totally eclipsed by the 1917 revolution and the subsequent Communist coup that eventu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 09:57 • 4 views
Rebecca Yarros Rebecca Yarros's blog:


Dear Baby Girl,

Right now you are asleep, in your pale pink little room that we worked so hard to ready for you, and tomorrow is your first birthday. You've been here with us for six months now, but it took less than a millisecond for us to fall in love with you.

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Nenia Campbell Nenia Campbell's blog:
That's only 250 ratings away from 1,000!!! (My ultimate goal)

I'm so happy!

Thanks everyone!!
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Carl Sampson Carl Sampson's blog:


Now where has that fish gone….

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Marc Aplin Marc Aplin's blog:
I do not write for children, but entirely for myself. Yet I do write for some children, and have done so from the beginning. This wonderful, contradictory statement comes from Alan Garner, who merits a place – at least in my mind – at the high table of children’s fantasy literature. Garner contin... Read more of this blog post »
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J.C. Spencer J.C. Spencer's blog:
Epic adventures are not supposed to happen in a classroom. However, that is precisely where my story begins. Right there at an empty desk in an empty classroom. Not just a little bit empty. Even when it is full of kids, it feels like everyone has left town. Even the quirky Ms. Farthingsworth seem... Read more of this blog post »
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Kristi Belcamino Kristi Belcamino's blog:

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I first met Theresa Rizzo on the phone. She called me to tell me I had won the Sandy Writing Contest for the mystery category for my novel, Blessed are the Dead.


She was encouraging and sweet and terrific and I had hoped to go to the Sandy Writing Conference in person to receive my award and b...

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Mai Fathy Mai Fathy's blog:


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Published on March 27, 2014 10:15 • 9 views
Robert R. Mitchell Robert R. Mitchell's blog:
Pollen

Thirty-six people were shot in thirty-six hours over the weekend in Chicago. Last time I checked, Chicago was a city in America. Urban analysts pointed to the high temperatures. Historians recalled the past whose pain is so perfectly being repeated. The police chief cited ubiquitous guns. T... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 22:51 • 49 views
M. Kirin M. Kirin's blog:


Every time I do NaNoWriMo I want to do nightly check-ins where I talk about how the day went— but I always end up not doing them because I write so much that I feel it’s just… bragging.


Like. I know tons of writers who struggle to get 1K words out, and I relate to that. That used to be me. I remem...

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Published on April 17, 2014 21:23 • 5 views
Lisa Marie Gabriel Lisa Marie Gabriel's blog:



Sarya's Song is the latest work by author Kyra Halland. It is a beautiful dark romantic fantasy set in a world where music is magic (not just magic as in good, but magic as in spells). It offers a strong plot with danger, potent magic and plenty of romantic interest to the reader. For more de...

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Published on April 17, 2014 03:48 • 12 views
Barbara Garren Barbara Garren's blog:
Kat is one of my besties from "the publisher who shall not be named," and like me, she's going Indy with this amazing book. I've read it. I've devoured it. I've drooled all over the bloody thing.
Bringing a fresh new take to Lucifer and his - ah, shall we say "quirks," she's created a wonderful ta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2014 07:10 • 11 views
Chris  Weston Chris Weston's blog:


If you’ve followed me on Google Plus, you probably don’t follow me on Twitter, so it might come as a bit of a shock that my updates on each social media platform are radically different. Google Plus is where I like to have discussions and socialize with other writers, so you see me post writerly...

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Kimberly Snyder Kimberly Snyder's blog:

Hi Guys!


If you’ve been following my recent posts, then you know I’ve been traveling for the past few weeks.


Throughout this post, I cover foods that I rediscovered while in Korea, and just want to say that my deepest condolences go out to those who suffered the Ferry tragedy. It’s truly heartbreak...

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Published on April 17, 2014 08:35 • 9 views
Elizabeth Gilbert Elizabeth Gilbert's blog:

I'm so honored to be on TIME magazine's list of "The 21 Female Authors You Should Be Reading"!


Check out the line-up:


http://ti.me/1eXgD4L


How many of these writers do you read? I have some favorites on there…


LG



via Elizabeth Gilbert’s Facebook Wall


The post I’m so honored to be on TIME magazine...

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Published on April 17, 2014 09:33 • 6 views
Elizabeth Ellen Carter Elizabeth Ellen Carter's blog:
Meet Naughty Ninja Madame Ashe!

Meet Naughty Ninja Madame Ashe!


We Naughty Ninjas are an eclectic bunch and I’m delighted to have then visit my web site for a quickie interview. These talented ladies share a little of their writing styles and fave books. We also get a sneak peek about their latest work in progress!


Today I’m t...

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Published on April 13, 2014 16:00 • 10 views
Jen McLaughlin Jen McLaughlin's blog:
THE LAST OUT OF LINE BOOK IS COMING!

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OUT OF MIND

by Jen McLaughlin

Release date: April 29th, 2014

New Adult Contemporary Romance

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Blurb


Reaching for sunlight…


Finn survived the ambush and came home to me, but in his head, the battle is still raging. He’s falling apart and I’m trying my be...

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Published on April 17, 2014 05:46 • 11 views
A.S. Olsoune A.S. Olsoune's blog:
Finally! Warner weather is here! (Cheers all).

I don't know what the year has been like in other places, but Wisconsin has been bitterly cold up until about a week ago. It's still chilly, but not half as bad as before! And now, a bit of an anecdote to amuse you:

In any case, the snow has finally al... Read more of this blog post »
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Dahlia West Dahlia West's blog:
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Allie Everhart Allie Everhart's blog:

A quote from Garret taken from Forever You, book 5 in The Jade Series. Coming soon!


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Danny Wallace Danny Wallace's blog:

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Ciara Ballintyne Ciara Ballintyne's blog:


I’ve been asked to talk about my writing process, so for those who are interested, here it is!
I maybe don’t have a ‘process’ like many other authors. I don’t have a dedicated workspace – I generally write on the train. I don’t have writing habits – no coffee, no food, and no particular habits.... Read more of this blog post »
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Meghan Riley Meghan Riley's blog:

During a free promotion weekend, I picked up D.C. Akers novella Haven: A Stranger Magic. It’s been sitting on my Kindle for a while now, because I’ve been busy with my little one, but I originally downloaded it because the description in the Kindle Store made it sound really interesting.


Haven: A Stranger Magic Cover

Haven: A...

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Published on April 17, 2014 17:44 • 9 views
Daisy Prescott Daisy Prescott's blog:

Yesterday I finished the epilogue of my third novel!


New favorite gif!


Yes, there was celebrating, but my brain felt like this…


I understand how you feel, Frodo. So much.
Blood, sweat, and tears all went into this draft.


I discovered when writing Geoducks Are for Lovers during NaNo12 and last year...

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David Baldacci David Baldacci's blog:

David talks with with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King, Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell about THE TARGET.


In addition, view David’s web-only interviews on Vega Jane and THE FINISHER and learn more about why the film Wish You Well is so important to him.

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Published on April 17, 2014 14:57 • 12 views
J. Richard Knapp J. Richard Knapp's blog:

2013_11SBeMagCoverThe Stop-Bullies eMagazine has beenfolded into our wonderful new blog/magazine format. In this format subscribers receive an emailnotification as each new article is published. We hope that you will visit our new site and subscribe. As always, there is no charge to receive our blog/magazine publi...

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T.A. Uner T.A. Uner's blog:

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Marella Larue serves as the love interest in “Stone Ram”, but she is more than a just a “filler” character, she’s an accomplished Stealer from the Republic of Pazland, a major power in The Known World.


She can appear and disappear at a moment’s notice, her stealth is legendary in Pazland. And h...

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