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Larry  Benjamin Larry Benjamin's blog:
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If you follow me on Twitter or read this blog regularly you probably know I have a new book coming out this summer: Vampire Rising. It’s a novella, actually. We will be revealing the cover on June 3, the same day the book becomes available for pre-ordering. See the graphic on the left for a list... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 07:19 • 1 view
Terri  Marie Terri Marie's blog:
20 ALL NEW Contemporary Romance stories by New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon Bestselling authors.

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Love when it’s hot? So do we. Especially when we’re writing about gritty alphas, angsty bad boys, sizzling attraction, and unrequited passion. So loosen your buttons, turn the fa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 06:38 • 36 views
Jonathan  Dunne Jonathan Dunne's blog:
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Published on May 26, 2015 06:26 • 28 views
Veronica Sicoe Veronica Sicoe's blog:

I’ve been waiting for what feels likefor-goddamn-everto show you the cover of my debut novel THE DEEP LINK. The moment has finally arrived, and let me tell you how fucking relieved I am that it’s finally out in the open!

The work on this cover has taken no less than2 months.

*nods emphatically*...

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Published on May 26, 2015 05:33 • 4 views
Jonny Nexus Jonny Nexus's blog:

When publishing a book, one of the big questions you have to ask yourself is: how much am I going to charge for it? And in an era where you will have two versions, a physical paper version and an electronic e-reading version, of which the latter is probably the most important product, this is act...

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Published on May 25, 2015 23:45 • 4 views
Jessie L. Jones Jessie L. Jones's blog:

May 25, 2015. Today is Memorial Day, a day set aside to remember our veterans who gave their lives serving our country. War is a hideous thing; it destroys. I challenge you to visit the Vietnam War Memorial located in Washington, DC and see the thousands of names printed on the wall. Every name r...

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Published on May 25, 2015 06:02 • 3 views
Matt Cary Williams Matt Cary Williams's blog:


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Published on May 20, 2015 21:42 • 5 views
Anita Kovacevic Anita Kovacevic's blog:

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(Photo by Natalija Bolfan Stosic)


In case you have seen posts about Inner Giant in the social networks, and kept wondering who or what it was, it’s time to reveal the secret. Chatting with me today is a longtime teacher and author colleague, Mr.Frank Letras. He will be talking about a wordlw...

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Published on May 26, 2015 02:11 • 4 views
J.M. Mulet J.M. Mulet's blog:

Comparto un debate que realizamos el año pasado en la escuela de Agrónomos de la UPV y organizado por la cátedra Bayer sobre modelos de producción agrícola, como participantes estuvimos: José Pío Beltran, Presidente de la European Plant Science Organization (EPSO), Soledad de Juan, Directora gere...

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Published on May 26, 2015 00:33 • 1 view
Jearl Rugh Jearl Rugh's blog:

Free Novel PostsDelivered to your devise daily via this blog, “Born to Make the Kill” will have its debut post on June 1. To receive my book, just “Follow by Email.”
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Amy’s furious and frequent clashes with her autocratic parents and the epic class wars with the queen of the high school... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 20, 2015 16:01 • 5 views
Michael Faudet Michael Faudet's blog:
“I am hopelessly in love with a memory. An echo from another time, another place.”

- Michael Faudet
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Published on May 26, 2015 01:31 • 2 views
Melanie Munton Melanie Munton's blog:
No, Munton is not exactly a very common last name, but I accepted it when I married my husband and I now use it with pride. It’s an English name but even where we come from (Missouri) some people still couldn’t pronounce it correctly. They tended to ignore the “t” in the name, making it sound ver... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 06:16 • 41 views
James Farner James Farner's blog:
I don’t often make personal posts. But today I’m going to change that because to tell you the truth I’m actually changing the way I write. I’ve left my home country of England and I’m embarking on a trip to Europe and beyond, whilst working on the way.
You likely won’t notice anything, but 1984 (M... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 08:00 • 5 views
Santiago Álvarez Santiago Álvarez's blog:
Me acuerdo de cómo empezó todo; parece que fue ayer.
Era una de esas reuniones del grupo literario El Cuaderno Rojo. Estábamos hablando de actividades futuras cuando Jordi Llobregat nos mostró un power point que trazaba las líneas maestras de un festival de género negro a realizar en la ciuda... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 24, 2015 09:29 • 5 views
David J.    Bell David J. Bell's blog:
A LOVE STORY: SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW Behind the Scenes Part II

SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW has a lot of things in common with my other novels. It’s suspenseful. It’s about regular people dealing with extraordinary circumstances. And it’s full of twists and turns that should have you guessing until th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 05:47 • 1 view
Ritu Rao Ritu Rao's blog:

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I DIDN’T GROW up wanting to be a superhero.

The cape, the special powers, the skin tight outfit…they were fun, but always a fantasy, separate from real life, the right now.

Right now, life is happening. And just like back then, all I have at my disposal are my human powers. Like the ability...

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Published on May 25, 2015 08:56 • 1 view
Víktor Valles Víktor Valles's blog:
Se han escrito auténticos ríos de tinta sobre el bloqueo del escritor. Incluso yo, al poco tiempo de arrancar mi andadura en este blog, publiqué un post sobre cómo enfrentarse a una página en blanco. Pero hay otro tipo de bloqueos de los que, tal vez, no se hable tanto. Y no porque se den en meno... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 22:30 • 4 views
Johannes Mirus Johannes Mirus's blog:

New York war für mich bislang eine Stadt, in der ich schon mehrfach mit Flugzeugen gelandet und wieder gestartet bin und die ich bislang nur geschäftlich besuchte. Also so etwas wie Frankfurt, nur weiter weg. So richtig touristisch und privat war ich dort vorher noch nicht. Günstige Umstände erga...

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Published on May 25, 2015 10:09 • 1 view
Cristina Boncea Cristina Boncea's blog:

Am descoperit recent această colecție aparținând editurii Art și mi s-a părut că are un concept foarte interesant. Referitor la titlul colecției, în descriere spune:



Relaţia pe care ea o sugerează între existenţă şi destin, între hazard şi ordine, între libertate şi necesitate constituie însă mie...

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Published on May 25, 2015 05:24 • 4 views
Vivian Brooks Vivian Brooks's blog:
Now a Reviewer!

For years I have thought about dabbling in reviews on either one of my blogs but could never fully commit to it. When the opportunity came up to review novels for the Books, Chocolate and Wine site I decided to go for it. What harm could it cause? Especially since there is no deadl...

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Published on May 25, 2015 07:34 • 5 views
Olivia Fields Olivia Fields's blog:
Here's a handy tour guide for the stops along my blog tour, which is being run by GoddessFish:

May 25:Punya Reviews...- review only
June 1:Black Heart Magazine
June 8:Dena Garson - Real... Hot... Romance
June 8:LibriAmoriMiei- review only
June 15:The Reading Addict
June 22:Unabridged Andra's
July 6:Book... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 08:37 • 2 views
D.L.   White D.L. White's blog:
Balm Book Cover Title: Balm
Author: Dolen Perkins- Valdez
Genre: Literary Fiction/ Historical Fiction
Publisher: Amistad Press
Release Date: May 26, 2015
Format: eBook
Pages: 288
Source: Amistad Press/Edelweiss

The Civil War has ended, and Madge, Sadie, and Hemp have each come to Chicago in search of a n...

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Published on May 26, 2015 03:00 • 4 views
Jane Davitt Jane Davitt's blog:
I'm a writer. I could dream up a dozen reasons ranging from the plausible to the ridiculous as to why I didn't mention two of the three blog posts that went up yesterday at review sites.

But I was brought up to tell the truth and shame the devil so I'll confess, with apologies, that I glanced at t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 05:58 • 3 views
Rebecca  Bradley Rebecca Bradley's blog:

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This is a regular book related Tuesday Meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookishwhich I am going to do here every week. There is a different Top Ten every Week. You love books, why not give it a go?


Well, I am going away this summer, so I will have a beach bag and it will be chock full of books...

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Published on May 25, 2015 23:00 • 2 views
Miranda Liasson Miranda Liasson's blog:

Here’s one hottie billionaire, who graces the cover of my first Entangled release, which is out July 14. He’s so adorable, what do you think???

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Published on May 25, 2015 11:27 • 1 view
Dan  Davis Dan Davis's blog:
The River Stour separating Essex and Suffolk is a beautiful landscape and the setting for some scenes of the bookThe River Stour separating Essex and Suffolk is a beautiful landscape and the setting for some scenes of the book

“When you say you’re editing your book, what do you mean?”


I’ve been asked this a few times now. Let me tell you what I have been up to since I finished the first draft of the new bo...

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Published on May 26, 2015 04:25 • 3 views
Leandra Wallace Leandra Wallace's blog:

The lovely Sarah Foster over atThe Faux Fountain Penis throwing a blog hop to celebrate four years of blogging! Congrats, Sarah!


1. Who is your muse (or character)? Tell us a little bit about him/her and why you brought them. My character is Darcy. He's the head trainer for the Key Chain Gang, wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 06:11 • 1 view
Catherine Sevenau Catherine Sevenau's blog:
Finley Chamberlin, 1872

Finley Chamberlin, 1872


Finley McLaren Chamberlin was my great-grandfather, the father of Nellie (Chamberlin) Chatfield, my grandmother who was my mother’s mother.


Finley Chamberlin’s Civil War Letter or Journal is composed in several “chapters,” begun on February 27, 1863, while in service at M...

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Published on May 25, 2015 11:55 • 4 views
Marie  Meyer Marie Meyer's blog:

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Multi-Author New Adult Debut Release Party!

Join me, Diana Gardin, Ara Grigorian, Kate L. Mary, Jessica Ruddick, Laura Salters, Annika Sharma, and Meredith Tate as we celebrate our New Adult debuts!


When: May 26, 2015


Where: Facebook (in the comfort of your home!)


Click here to join the par...

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Published on May 26, 2015 03:15 • 5 views
Emily Ann Putzke Emily Ann Putzke's blog:
Once upon a time, two teenage girls began reading each other's blogs. Their names were Emily and Emily. They found out that they had 4 big things in common: Being homeschooled, their Christian faith, their love of writing, and, quite obviously, their name! They began commenting on each other's... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 05:00 • 6 views
Maria Savva Maria Savva's blog:
May is International Short Story Month.

Those of you who know my own writing and who follow my blog will already know how much I love reading and writing short stories.

I have written a few collections of short stories.

Far Away in Time by Maria Savva Fusion by Maria Savva 3 by Maria Savva Pieces of a Rainbow by Maria Savva Love and Loyalty (and Other Tales) by Maria Savva Delusion and Dreams by Maria Savva






I have also contributed stories to the BestsellerBound Anthologies (most... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 06:00 • 65 views
David Chiles David Chiles's blog:
In the Udacity Intro To HTML and CSS three lesson course with a final project, they teach the Twitter Bootstrap as a Framework. Bootstrap is proper Netiquette because Twitter is a popular website. It is not a good framework. None of the code currently being written is efficient. A Renaissance of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 11:42 • 5 views
M.J.  Porter M.J. Porter's blog:
Hi all

Sometimes inspiration comes from strange places and isn't at all linear. Not at all. As I've said on Twitter this weeks, whilst I've been working on my fantasy series for many, many years, I only branched into historical fiction when I was researching for my MA, (and in an attempt to offer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 02:58 • 35 views
Goenawan Mohamad Goenawan Mohamad's blog:

Seorang dokter kapal menyediakan nama bagi Indonesia. Pada 1861, Adolf Bastian, kelahiran Bremen, Jerman, berlayar di Asia Tenggara. Ia kemudian menulis sejumlah buku. Salah satunya dibaca banyak orang: Indonesien oder die Inseln des Malayischen Archipels, 1884-1894. Dari buku ini nama “Indonesia...

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Published on May 25, 2015 06:16 • 1 view
Niall Doherty Niall Doherty's blog:
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When people ask which is myfavorite place I’ve been,I answer that my two favorite cities are Amsterdam and New Orleans. But after just two days in Barcelona, methinks I’ll be adding it as a third.I couldget lost in these gothic streets foryears,eating tapas, admiringstone, wiling away afternoon...

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Published on May 26, 2015 01:58 • 6 views
Kelli Jean Kelli Jean's blog:

It’s been a while since I was on here last.


Reading my last post, I realize I left on a pretty depressing note–I swear, I wasn’t gone because of that! I’ve been hard at work, creating a new series of standalones, and editing NO QUARTER, which will be released into the wild in just a few short week...

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Published on May 25, 2015 10:31 • 5 views
Sara Litchfield Sara Litchfield's blog:
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The Routeburn: Towards Harris Saddle

This weekend, I ran away. I’ve been burning the candle at all sorts of ends – it’s basically just a puddle of wax on the floor. I’m consistently over-ambitious, over-extended, and aching all over. But I’m more energised than I’ve been in a really long time.

I...

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Published on May 25, 2015 18:23 • 6 views
Richard Bach Richard Bach's blog:

EVERYTHING’S DIFFERENT, when I’m writing. I thought today that it’s like living in a dream world, and a writer must orbit, in his dream ship, around the story-ideas that drive the book. I’m maybe half-done with this one, and maybe It will never be published. If it is, it will be the strangest boo...

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Published on May 25, 2015 14:25 • 3 views
Edward   Glover Edward Glover's blog:
To celebrate the release of the second book in The Herzberg Trilogy, I am giving away 10 signed copies of Fortune's Sonata to Goodreads members based in the UK.

To enter, simply go to the Goodreads giveaway entry page and complete the form.

The giveaway will run until 31 May 2015, after which I wil... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2015 02:32 • 7 views
Morgan Rhodes Morgan Rhodes's blog:


After much contemplation and mental auditioning, my answer to anyone in the future who asks“Who is your fantasy cast actor for Farrell Grayson in A BOOK OF SPIRITS AND THIEVES?” I can safely say… Chris Wood.

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Published on May 25, 2015 11:54 • 1 view
A.J. Truman A.J. Truman's blog:

Gay PrideAs M/M romance and gay new adult gain in popularity, I’m so happy ecstatic that more conferences are popping up. Conferences are a great way forM/M readers and authors to connect with each other. Reading and writing can be a really solitary hobby. Some days, I’ll be listening to my characters and...

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Published on May 25, 2015 23:00 • 4 views
Beau Taplin Beau Taplin's blog:
“We don’t mean

to hurt each other

but we do.

and perhaps

no matter how

right we are for

each other,

we’ll always be a little

too wrong.”

- Beau Taplin // W i t h o u t I n t e n t
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Published on May 25, 2015 21:21 • 3 views
Rachel E. Carter Rachel E. Carter's blog:

So I’ve received quite a few questions about book three’s release date so I just thought I’d update my blog with the answer! “The Black Mage: Candidate” is about 75% done right now and if all goes according to schedule we are looking at either a Nov 2015 or Jan 2016 release date with my publisher...

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Published on March 23, 2015 19:49 • 28 views
John A. Naphor John A. Naphor's blog:
God Culture, with John Naphor is now on Roku via Barak.TV. For internet streaming, click on the www.cross.tv click on Christian Television. From there you can find God Culture’s various episodes.
***God Culture, the first release of the Understanding the Almighty series, as well as God Cul... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2015 08:01 • 7 views
Mercedes Rochelle Mercedes Rochelle's blog:

“Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none.” In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, these are the words spoken by the three witches to Macbeth’s friend, Banquo. Soon after this, Banquo is murdered and his son, Fleance, flees Scotland and does not appear again in the play. In Heir to a Prophecy, we follow Flea...

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Published on May 25, 2015 07:57 • 5 views
Zülfü Livaneli Zülfü Livaneli's blog:

Değerli dostlar,


Çoğu zaman; kitaplarımı okuyan, şarkılarımı dinleyen dostlarla konuşmak, yazışmak, görüş alışverişinde bulunmak ihtiyacı içine giriyorum. Düşünceleriniz benim için yol işaretleri değeri taşıyor. Ne var ki ...

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Published on May 25, 2015 05:54 • 5 views
Ian   Andrew Ian Andrew's blog:

The American Military Cemetery – Madingley, England

Just outside Cambridge, England there is a little piece of the USA. Held in perpetuity, in honor of her people who gave their lives during WWII. mad2Iknew him. His heart beat, his eyes shone with happiness and sometimes, when he didn’t think I was...

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Published on May 25, 2015 05:10 • 6 views
Rebecca Grace Allen Rebecca Grace Allen's blog:

Didn’t go to #RT15? Want to feel like you did? Then sign up for Tara Sue Me and my Rafflecopter giveaway! In addition to all these lovely goodies we collected at the conference including books, free download codes for more books, postcards, tons of bookmarks, door hangers, magnets, keychains, ear...

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Published on May 25, 2015 17:33 • 7 views
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