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J. Steven York J. Steven York's blog:
Wife Christy and I are (somewhat belatedly) starting a mailing list for our mystery readers, and to help things along, we're giving away 20 signed copies of her new Berkley Prime Crime mystery, "Murder Ties the Knot." Every time 25 people sign up, we draw another name, so the more mystery friends... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 19:33 • 1 view
Anno Nomius Anno Nomius's blog:
Yes..follow this link in case you want to enter to win a copy of this book. Enjoy..:-)

thought from a naked unshackled mind - giveaway

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Published on March 02, 2015 19:26 • 7 views
Morgan C. Chalfant Morgan C. Chalfant's blog:
I was challenged by The Miss Cook (that’s THE Miss Cook with a THE) to do a music playlist challenge (put your playlist on random), so here it goes.

1. First song describes how you die:
Into Dust // Mazzy Star

Apparently, “I’m turning into dust.”

2. Second song describes your love life:
Her Name i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 19:19 • 1 view
Peter Derk Peter Derk's blog:
Once upon a time I tried to read Tyra Banks' Modelland. God did I try. It was so insane, so terrible, that I got caught. I put it down for a couple weeks, and when I picked it up it was as though someone had completely scrambled the pages. The writing was so bizarre, the storylines so quickly pic... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 19:17 • 1 view
Jagannath Rao Adukuri Jagannath Rao Adukuri's blog:
Thought heralded a boatful of laughter .A boy walked away from the sun and idly prancing about crows.Here Vasco Da Gama’s stone tablet stood in history’s powdered rock and sand and broken -colored boat masts. At the corner glistened wet sand painted with tree shadows falling in sea their dark hai... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 19:05 • 26 views
Nevien Shaabneh Nevien Shaabneh's blog:
Congratulations to Ms. Stephan for winning the book giveaway! Thank you to all who entered. Please stay posted for more giveaways in the future.
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Published on March 02, 2015 19:00 • 4 views
Misty Griffin Misty Griffin's blog:
This is series I am starting about each chapter of my Memoir( Tears of the Silenced) It is my memoir about my extremely abusive childhood and leaving the Amish. It is my hope to educate the public and give a first hand account on how these secretive religions are allowed to get away with such hor... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:58 • 17 views
Myron J. Stenzel Myron J. Stenzel's blog:
"There is no I in team; however, there is an I in inspiration & imagination"
-Myron J Stenzel
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:49 • 34 views
Sean McDevitt Sean McDevitt's blog:
The Untitled Sean McDevitt Book Project is...untitled, no more. My next book, coming in November of this year, will be called THE MAN WITH THE SEPTEMBER FACE.

https://www.facebook.com/tmwtsf
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:45 • 4 views
Kat Clark Kat Clark's blog:
there goes matilda, walking the wrong way, she doesn't care about the weather, she's skipping school today, to where the park is empty, and all the equipment is froze, but matilda sits down anyway, already wiping at her nose, on the cold hard seat, of the squeaky ole swing, her butt turns to ice,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:23 • 6 views
Robert A. Saul Robert A. Saul's blog:
MCC quote of the day--
"If we are intolerant of others (often expressing our disdain as hatred toward others or their actions), we teach our children that it is ok to fly off the handle without considering the consequences of those actions." (Section 5 Love for Others, Chapter 36 The Gift of Love,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:23 • 5 views
Adam Graham Adam Graham's blog:
Showcase Presents: Batman, Vol. 1Showcase Presents: Batman, Vol. 1 by Gardner F. Fox

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


A few significant things happen in this book which collects 16 months of Batman stories from Batman comics and Detective comics from May 1964-September 1965.

Fist, there's a new design for the Batmobile introduced in the se... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 18:01 • 28 views
M. Larose M. Larose's blog:
I'm starting this blog with a powerful, heartfelt "thanks!" to everyone who entered the contest to win my book, The Flower Eater, and/or added it to your "want to read" shelf, or who's already read it!
Thank you so much!! Your interest is very motivating and encouraging. The response to my Goodr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 17:57 • 4 views
Larry  Benjamin Larry Benjamin's blog:
Writer Dilemma
This weekend I faced a dilemma. My dilemma was perhaps common to all writers: Should I write or do X? In my case I could work on my current WIP which at 8,000 words, and because I don’t write sequentially, is in serious need or being put into some kind of order. It was that or clean the house and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 17:45 • 4 views
Bradley Dean Bradley Dean's blog:
This new novel is now available at online stores!! We also made a youtube video to help show and advertise the story: endless possibilities by bradley dean
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Published on March 02, 2015 17:35 • 4 views
Krista Tibbs Krista Tibbs's blog:
Uncertainty Principlesis in the running! Vote at the link below. Vote every day of March if you want to. =)

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Published on March 02, 2015 17:13 • 5 views
Jenn Taylor Jenn Taylor's blog:
Have you ever wondered what happens in the heart of bayou country? Cross Bayou is a quick read about the evil that is embedded in the souls of the swamp. Bad Boy Trevor Johnson needs a place to hideout fast and by chance he ends up in the middle of Louisiana where he faces his mortality. Cross Ba... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 17:06 • 5 views
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:
Face of the Day – Fluorescent pink cockatoo: http://i.ytimg.com/vi/EUjKmSAq_28/max...
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:56 • 4 views
S. Nicole Johnson S. Nicole Johnson's blog:
Dream Big Publishing has a lot of contests going on right now. Some contests are through Goodreads for Print books and others are for ebooks.

Check out the contests here at Dream Big's website

http://dreambigpublishing.net/contest...

And more contests can be found on Dream Big's facebook page, so b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:53 • 8 views
Jeri Fink Jeri Fink's blog:
Why Do Athletes Make Good Psychopaths?
By Dr. Jeri Fink

What’s a good psychopath? On The Psychopathic Spectrum, a scale that measures the frequency and severity of psychopathic traits, you’ll see ruthlessness, fearlessness, decisiveness, ability to charm and manipulate others, and lack of empathy a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:37 • 5 views
Mark Willen Mark Willen's blog:
Miriam Toews has managed to do the seemingly impossible: Write a novel about depression and suicide that is funny, loving, witty, heartbreaking, clever, and insightful, all while contributing to the public debate over an individual’s right to die with dignity. Toews has long been a best-selling,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:32 • 7 views
Sahara Foley Sahara Foley's blog:
Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 by J.K. Accinni

http://amzn.to/1EHEhC3

I want to start my review off by saying that I’ve had my eye on this series for quite awhile, mainly because of the covers. I’ve never seen ebook covers that glowed and were so beautifully luminescent. Outstanding.

The first book starts in 1929 with the second book leaping... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:31 • 7 views
Kerry Lynne Kerry Lynne's blog:
Thanks to Chanel for the opportunity to talk about The Pirate Captain! http://chanelblake.com/…/03/02/author...
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:20 • 5 views
Brent Alan James Brent Alan James's blog:
Have kept to my New Year's resolution to read more novels in 2015 ...

Here's what I read in Jan/Feb ... I've enjoyed all of them.

(Title, Author, Original Language, Country and/or Nationality)

1. The Accordionist's Son - Bernardo Atxaga (Basque, Spain)
2. The Hunger Angel - Herta Müller (German, G... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:15 • 5 views
Julie Connor Julie Connor's blog:
description Members of Alcoholics Anonymous understand their recovery is dependent upon their willingness to share intimate details about their lives with someone they trust – including their dark, sinful pasts.

Step Four of the 12-step program requires them to “Make a searching and fearless moral inventory... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:13 • 35 views
Erica Danekes Erica Danekes's blog:
I have definitely been on a major writing kick lately. Proof of that came last night as I was scribbling a really descriptive scene and my pen tapped out. Decided nope, that was it, we were out of ink. Now my stash of pens is maybe 4 feet away, but if I'm lying in bed (and I was) I have to get up... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:08 • 11 views
Lissa Matthews Lissa Matthews's blog:

As I’ve been working on The Tattooed Barista, continually looking at the cover with the wedding dress because it’s such a fantastic cover (Thank you Brandy), this Bruno Mars song keeps going through my head…



Of course, I can’t guarantee that there will be a wedding in the book or that it won’t tur...

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Published on March 01, 2015 22:18 • 4 views
Don  Ray Don Ray's blog:
Copyright 2015 Don Ray

Faith Crisis, Faith Freedom

Ever had a crisis of faith when you had to give up a dearly held belief? I desperately dislike the wrenching torments of such crises, but eventually am inevitably grateful for them, whether addressing faith in a person, an institution, or a belief... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 16:02 • 6 views
David J. Gibbs David J. Gibbs's blog:
Just had confirmation that my story 'Fright or Flight' will be appearing in the March 11th issue of 'New Realm'. I'll post details about its availability in the next week.
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:57 • 6 views
Richard Rider Richard Rider's blog:
So apparently Wordpress images aren't pulling through properly to Goodreads. Distressing news. This beautiful thick salty sausage needs some love.

The Trojan Project by John T. Fuller & Richard Rider

Short story collaboration on its way!





(P.S. I blame John.) Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:41 • 12 views
Cyn Bermudez Cyn Bermudez's blog:

My new site! I know it looks a lot like my last website. In terms of content it is. I switched hosts and rebuilt my site, changed and updated some stuff like my bio section. I haven't imported my blog. I don't think I'm going to because I feel too lazy to. I've been on a unannounced hiatus from m...

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Published on March 02, 2015 15:29 • 8 views
K.T.  Hunter K.T. Hunter's blog:
BROOKLYNN’S BRIDGE REVIEW
POSTED FEB 19TH IN ANGELINAS REVIEWS, BOOK REVIEWS / 3 COMMENTS
brooklyn

Title: Brooklynn’s Bridge

Author: K.T. Hunter

Genre: Paranormal, Young Adult

Would I Recommend It?: Yes

Rating:

three stars

Brooklynn’s Bridge was a nice, somewhat short story, that I overall enjoyed. The wr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:38 • 6 views
Darah Lace Darah Lace's blog:
I'm offering a morsel of my newest novella, Sexting Texas, part of the Texting All Hearts boxed set.

Texting All Hearts - Boxed Set
Seven Multi-Published Authors
800pages/204k words

In today's world of social media, one random text can lead to love...

Seven short, satisfying stories that span time and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:38 • 6 views
Amy Rachiele Amy Rachiele's blog:
Do you like #mobsterfiction?
Mobster's Girl Mobster's Girl (Mobster, #1) by Amy Rachiele is FREE on Amazon and climbing up the charts! http://bit.ly/mobgirl http://bit.ly/mobgirluk

Add Mobster's Bones to your TBR list! Book 5 in the series.

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Published on March 02, 2015 15:34 • 13 views
Tom Lowe Tom Lowe's blog:
My congratulations to Shelia Nelson from Albuquerque, NM. Sheila was the lucky winner in the Goodreads giveaway, winning a free copy of BLACK RIVER.

Black River

Way to go Shelia!

Stay tuned because my latest thriller, DESTINY, will be in a Goodreads giveaway very soon.

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Published on March 02, 2015 15:35 • 4 views
Jennifer Hillman-Magnuson Jennifer Hillman-Magnuson's blog:
If you haven't yet read Peanut Butter and Naan, I encourage you to head over to Brain, Child magazine today. If you purchase a copy of their upcoming special issue for parents of teens, you get a terrific bonus: a free e-book download!

Hurry - this offer ends Friday, March 6! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:21 • 6 views
Billy Roper Billy Roper's blog:
The sequel to 'Hasten The Day', 'Waiting For The Sun: Hasten The Day II', is now available in all e-formats on smashwords, with a free sample available. http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/...
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:21 • 11 views
Brendan DuBois Brendan DuBois's blog:
One of the best parts of being a writer is that I don't have to worry about commuting to work in lousy weather. No matter the weather, my commute is a short walk down the hallway to my office.

Yet this doesn't mean the weather doesn't have an impact, for it does. One of the most important parts of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:19 • 5 views
Beverly Akerman Beverly Akerman's blog:
Before you go accusing people of censorship, you should know what it means. And when someone admits, after the fact, that he actually doesn't know the definition of the word--and he is acting director of one of the country’s most prominent creative writing programs—perhaps he should consider a ne... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:17 • 5 views
Teresa Tuten Teresa Tuten's blog:
The drive to the Georgia islands was taking longer than Sean had anticipated. He reclined the seat back in the car a little more and yawned. His back was feeling stiff and he'd soon have to stop to gas up and grab a bite to eat. The day was quickly going by. To drive straight through to the islan... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 15:17 • 5 views
Tera Lynn Childs Tera Lynn Childs's blog:


Sneak peek at the opening of When Magic Dares. Way behind, but almost done. It will (!) be available Tuesday. #darklyfae http://ift.tt/1wGKMhq

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Published on March 01, 2015 17:31 • 7 views
Christie Silvers Christie Silvers's blog:
Before the doors opened to
the public. More pics on
Facebook.Well, I did it! I made it home from my annual trip to Lumberton, NC for the Book 'Em NC Conference & Book Fair. There were more than 3,000 people in attendance, and my sales showed it. Yay!

Before I left, I was painfully close to runn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 10:53 • 6 views
Kimberly Derting Kimberly Derting's blog:

This week I thought it might be fun to do a post/conglomeration of fun YA images and articles! Here are a few of my favorites that any YA fanatic or avid reader will enjoy:

For Harry Potter fans:

For Hunger Games fans:Hunger Games memes on pinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/explore/hunger-games-m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2015 13:33 • 7 views
Jim C. Hines Jim C. Hines's blog:

I need to geek out about The Flash. We started watching the show with episode one, and after so much bleak and dark DC comic adaptations, The Flash is an absolute delight. It’s fun. It dives unapologetically into the comics universe, and doesn’t shy away from the more “out there” aspects. For exa...

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Published on March 02, 2015 08:56 • 7 views
Michael J. Sullivan Michael J. Sullivan's blog:
Did you love Unfettered? Or were you bummed because you missed out on the signed and numbered copies? Well, don't fret, here comes Unbound and pre-ordering is up now!


Of course, the cover above is just for mock-up purposes but, like Unfettered, it features an amazing line up:

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