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Bobby Nash Bobby Nash's blog:
That is NOT Bobby on the cover.
The original title/posterThe Fat Chance movie gets a name change and becomes Camp Massacre before mass distribution in 2015. The Horror Society has all the info on the name change and potential release date on DVD and Blu-Ray. You can read it here.

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Published on September 17, 2014 17:46 • 1 view
Pepper Winters Pepper Winters's blog:

*** Announcement ***


I’ve been bouncing around dying to share this information with you. And here it is.


Grand Central will be releasing a Motorcycle Romance from me in 2015. The series is called Pure Corruption. The first full length book is called Ruin & Rule.


I’m going to be very secretive a...

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Published on August 29, 2014 23:36 • 2 views
Leanda de Lisle Leanda de Lisle's blog:


Patriotism not nationalism, Scotland please vote no!

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Published on September 17, 2014 16:05 • 1 view
Ruth Reichl Ruth Reichl's blog:

Paula


Paula Wolfert has always been one of my heros. She has the best palate of anyone I've ever met, and her cookbooks are meticulously researched, beautifully written and completely reliable. I've been cooking from her books since I first discovered Couscous and other Good Food from Morocco in 1973...

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Published on September 17, 2014 13:53 • 2 views
Johanna Andrews Johanna Andrews's blog:
There is a part of our commitment to God which requires us to wait. I have found that sometimes waiting can breed frustration which really is just fear that whatever you are waiting for is not going to happen. I have wanted badly to get into my flesh during those times and work harder to make som... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 06:01 • 8 views
Dorien Grey Dorien Grey's blog:
This is the second blog I've done recently touching upon the lengths to which the mind will go to avoid the unpleasantness of reality, but I think it is sufficiently interesting to warrant two posts, and hope you agree.
I'm always intrigued by a really good magician. How can they possibly do what... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 05:59 • 2 views
Paul Cathcart Paul Cathcart's blog:

“Diabetes is not an “en vogue” disease.


It is not the kind of disease that gets a huge product campaign like breast cancer, nor is it portrayed as tragic and other worldly diseases like the AIDS epidemic in Africa. The public perception of diabetes is the polar opposite of the causes the media lik...

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Published on September 17, 2014 14:25 • 1 view
Eve Devon Eve Devon's blog:
So as my next contemporary romance comes out on...2nd October 2014 I thought I'd share with you all the lovely cover and blurb! PictureBlurb:
Falling in love is just not on Nora King’s To Do List…

Neither isaccidentally super-gluing her shoe to her hand right before the biggestpresentation of her life!

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Published on September 18, 2014 03:45 • 5 views
Tessa Emily Hall Tessa Emily Hall's blog:
Pin it!I have never had the desire to work at a "normal" career. While others my age were applying for jobs at sixteen, I was at home writing a book that I didn't make money from until three years later.

I spoke with my mom about this the other day--how I don't think I would ever want a job that... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 15:27 • 1 view
Robert Brockway Robert Brockway's blog:

Tor.com revealed the cover for my latest book today, and to call it awesome would be insulting. They need new words to describe how amazing this cover is. Alas, they would need a better writer than me. The best I can do is combine ‘fuck yes’ and ‘awe-struck’ and call it ‘awe-fucked.’


The Unnoticeables RD 1 selects A


Poor Will,...

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Published on September 16, 2014 13:56 • 1 view
Barbara  Ross Barbara Ross's blog:

By Julie, putting away her summer clothes in Somerville


We’ve talked about being a pantser versus a plotter a few times on the blog. (Here, here, and here, for example.) Sherry Harris still talks about the expression on my face when she told me she wrote the end of her book before she wrote the mi...

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Published on September 18, 2014 02:39 • 1 view
Victoria Paige Victoria Paige's blog:
I'm done with first round of revisions for Always Been Mine—epilogue and all. I'm doing another round before I release it to pre-edit betas and then to the editor. We might be looking at a December Release. ;)


In the meantime, here's an inspiration for a character in the book.

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Published on September 18, 2014 05:21 • 7 views
Ken Montrose Ken Montrose's blog:
Relapse Boy hung himself. He sent a letter to The Other Ken that arrived two days after he was found dead.

Ken:
I used to buy from these two cousins in McKees Rocks. One time I had no money, but I was expecting $100 from a guy who owed me. I asked the cousins to front me some, saying I'd pay them a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 05:21 • 14 views
Lauren Layne Lauren Layne's blog:

I've been hard at work on Stiletto #4, but wanted to take a little break to introduce you to my vision of Emma Sinclair and Alex Cassidy.

Ready? READY?

Here they are. (and come on ... you knew they'd be beautiful, didn't you?!)







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Published on September 17, 2014 19:05 • 15 views
Kelly  Jensen Kelly Jensen's blog:
One of the best experiences I had early in my blogging career was participating in the Cybils. Aside from being a fun and educational opportunity -- and it was hugely educational in terms of teaching me how to read, write, and talk about books critically -- I made a number of great friends.



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Published on September 17, 2014 22:00 • 4 views
Christi Williams Christi Williams's blog:
SynopsisDetective Faith Julies sets out to find the killer of her parents after fourteen years. Falling in love with her partner Trey Branson was inevitable but after believing Trey has been unfaithful, Faith is left shattered.
Cash O'Connor, the man who broke her heart from the past comes strolling back... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 00:30 • 8 views
Susan Meier Susan Meier's blog:
The other night I was watching an episode of HOUSE HUNTERS on HGTV. I love House Hunters because, quite frankly, I'm nosy. LOL I love to see how people decorate, what's trending in kitchens and bathrooms, basically how the other half lives.

That night, the wife was looking for an older house...a h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 05:10 • 11 views
Florin Pitea Florin Pitea's blog:
Aseară, în publicaţia virtuală PhAlert, a apărut un interviu realizat de doamna ziaristă Ela Dobre cu subsemnatul. Introducerea sună cam aşa:
"Ați cititNecropolis? Mulți câmpineni o au cu autograf, în bibliotecile personale. Este prima carte publicată de Florin Pîtea, o culegere de nuvele şi pove... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 09:51 • 8 views
Loretta Livingstone Loretta Livingstone's blog:
Hah! Someone just challenged me to rap. Now, I'm no rapper and this ain't poetry, that's for sure. But here's what I came up with. Anyone wanna share their rap? Just post it in comments. Mine isn't great. I told you, I'm no rapper. And it isn't art, but it's kinda fun, and I'm up for the challeng... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 05:02 • 24 views
D.C.  Williams D.C. Williams's blog:

As I understand them, anyway. There may some disagreement in the particulars, but most of it should be pretty straightforward.


Once a writer creates something, it is copyright from the moment it takes life upon the page. It does not need to be published, you do not need to register the copyright,...

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Published on September 17, 2014 10:10 • 7 views
Bijou Hunter Bijou Hunter's blog:
Little Memphis is almost here! I uploaded the files onto Amazon and B&N this afternoon. Soon, everyone can meet Ford and Shay.

This is the first of two books in the Little Memphis MC series. The second one, Broken Memphis, follows Paxton and Bebe. I hope to publish it by the end of 2014.
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Published on September 17, 2014 17:07 • 6 views
Michael Bluemling Jr. Michael Bluemling Jr.'s blog:
Michael Bluemling Jr.

365 Days of Reflection Towards God’s Love and Acceptance
~June 4, 2014-June 3, 2015~

Day 107- Coraopolis, Pennsylvania: Keep Spreading the Good News

Regardless of where we are at today, we have an opportunity to change a life today through our actions for the better. This can be... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 04:57 • 5 views
Joanna Campbell Slan Joanna Campbell Slan's blog:
Two days ago, I noticed a big red Dumpster behind our apartment complex. It looked to be empty.

That's interesting, I thought.

Yesterday evening, my husband and I were walking Jax when I noticed the Dumpster had been filled to the brim. Looks to me like the apartment management evicted someone, sen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 09:46 • 1 view
Louise  Phillips Louise Phillips's blog:




Closing date 30th of September 2014.
Entries may be in Irish or English with three poems for €10 or €4 for a single poem, so well worth the effort.
There is a prose section restricted to one entry with an entry fee of €5 and a maximum length of 1500 words.
Poems should not exceed 45 lines and fees... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 04:26 • 3 views
Anusha Atukorala Anusha Atukorala's blog:
It was time to celebrate the conclusion of my son’s Tertiary Education. We decided to reward him for his achievement by spending a few days away as a family in the charming little seaside town of Victor Harbour. The lead up to the holiday was hectic. But finally, here we were, bulging bags fillin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 04:41 • 5 views
Sarah Bessey Sarah Bessey's blog:

Photography by Brian A. Petersen at www.brianapetersen.com


We have a few good phrases we say in our house a lot, little catchphrases or sentences that carry a lot of meaning in just a few words. They are the phrases that distill a lot of conversation into one sentence. For instance, we say “calm your heart” and “we use our words to love each other.”Thi...

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Published on September 17, 2014 12:03 • 5 views
Glenna Maynard Glenna Maynard's blog:
Rebels & Readers Author Event: **Author SpotLight** Glenna Maynard: Author SpotLight Glenna Maynard 0.5 Grim ~ Amazon My name is Grim and this is the beginning... This isn't a fairytale roma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 16:42 • 1 view
Andrea Michelle Andrea Michelle's blog:
Cover Reveal 9/19
FB celebration 9/20
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Published on September 18, 2014 04:19 • 4 views
Sara Raasch Sara Raasch's blog:
40 new titles to feed your YA book addiction:

newleafliterary:



Fall brings a wave of new young adult books!


Shout out to #29! Sara Raasch is among great company on this list from CNN! SNOW LIKE ASHES for the win!




Woohoo!!

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Published on September 17, 2014 11:24 • 1 view
Andrea R. Cooper Andrea R. Cooper's blog:
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Movie Review I just finished watching The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. I haven’t read the book yet. I know, I know. It’s on my TBR list and I would’ve read it sooner. However, when I saw they were making a movie, I decided to wait. After all, books […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 21:25 • 5 views
Karen Chance Karen Chance's blog:

Question 1: Was Mircea’s first wife’s name Elena or Helena? Or are both correct?


Elena is the Romanian version of the Greek name Helen/a. So both are correct.


Question 2: In Death’s Mistress, while they were in Mircea’s apartment and just about to leave and meet with Elyas, Dory mentioned that s...

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Published on September 17, 2014 15:18 • 7 views
Erzabet Bishop Erzabet Bishop's blog:


Author Interview:1. How did you start writing romance? I think it was from reading Penthouse Forum when I was probably far too young to be reading it. I was dabbling in short stories about goofy animals and super heroes and my pre-teen hormones were raging, so I decided to write dirty stories fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 22:30 • 8 views
Haley Fisher Haley Fisher's blog:
Here's the thing, dear readers:

1) I've decided from here on out to refer to you all as "dear readers". I think it sounds casual and a little bit pompous, and that's just how I like it.

2) Rising Calmis out of print.

Before you worry—I know you were, but shhh—it was a decision I made. Silver Tongue... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 12:23 • 1 view
Debra Dunbar Debra Dunbar's blog:
For the first time EVER, A Demon Bound is on sale! Been longing to cut loose with some impish behavior, but not quite ready to commit to Hel yet? This is your chance. Through September 19th, get the first in … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 06:30 • 3 views
Victoria Purman Victoria Purman's blog:
It's nearly a whole year since my first book, "Nobody But Him" was published by Harlequin Australia.

It's been an absolute whirlwind since then.

My second novel, "Someone Like You" was out in February this year, and my third in the Boys of Summer trilogy, "Our Kind of Love" is out on November the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 04:04 • 5 views
Jack Croxall Jack Croxall's blog:

I was tagged by lovely Liz from Liz Loves Booksto reveal ten books that have stayed with me long after finishing them. So, narrowing them down to ten was tricky, but (in no particular order) here they are!


1.) Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion


For me,Warm Bodiesis the best zombie book around. It’s gripp...

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Published on September 18, 2014 00:25 • 6 views
Eva Sri Rahayu Eva Sri Rahayu's blog:

Apakah kalian udah nonton book trailer TwiRies?


Iya yang ini …. *nunjuk ke bawah*





Sebenernya, saya enggak tega liat diri sendiri tiap muter book trailer itu. Hmm, gimana ya. Malu aja liat diri sendiri. Mending ya kalau aktingnya bagus, ini mah pas-pasan gitu. Memang, sesungguhnya saya orang narsis...

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Published on September 17, 2014 11:40 • 5 views
Martyn Stanley Martyn Stanley's blog:
The Last Dragon Slayer (Deathsworn Arc, #1) by Martyn StanleyThe Last Dragon Slayer

Is now FREE to download for your Nook at Barnes and Noble

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/death...

The Verkreath Horror is also available on Nook.

The Verkreath Horror (Deathsworn Arc, #2) by Martyn Stanley

The Blood Queen will follow soon!

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Published on September 18, 2014 03:58 • 23 views
Christ Lewis Christ Lewis's blog:
We may say that happiness is what every man wants but, each one has different ways to make him happy. But unfortunately, most people all around the world completely misunderstand about happiness. They forget their real life goals or even don’t know about that. Their ignorance is leading them to a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2014 03:54 • 22 views
Maggie Shayne Maggie Shayne's blog:
So I posted last week about the kidney stones I was battling, and how I thought it was a wake up call to change my diet for the better. This week, I have a whole new take onthis entire episode, so naturally, I'm sharing here with my LOA tribe.

It wasn't kidney stones. Not even close. It was an inj... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2014 08:42 • 6 views
Snook Snook's blog:
You can now pre-order you paperback copy of The Day The Walls Cried by Snook from Barnes & Noble,
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-d...
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Published on September 18, 2014 03:50 • 4 views
K.M. Shea K.M. Shea's blog:

If all goes well a corrected copy of My Life at the MBRC will be available for free this time next week. (I’ll make the official announcement when I have the book scheduled and ready to go. I’m currently groveling to Amazon to get My Life at the MBRC in the program that will let me set the price...

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Published on September 17, 2014 07:35 • 5 views
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