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Jessica Sorensen Jessica Sorensen's blog:
I am in LOVE with these new covers for the Unraveling Series. Photos taken by Lauren at Perrywinkle Photography and covers created by Sarah at Okay Creations!!!



In honor of my new covers, I am having a SALE on Amazon!
Book 1 - Unraveling You - FREEBook 2 - Raveling You - $.99Book 3 - Awakening... Read more of this blog post »
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Lavinia Lewis Lavinia Lewis's blog:
Hi everyone!

Sorry it's been so long since I last posted here. I've had a few health issues that I've been dealing with in the past year and haven't been writing or online as frequently as a result. My issues are mostly resolved now, so I'll make a concerted effort to be around more and keep you... Read more of this blog post »
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Feliz Faber Feliz Faber's blog:


Two hundred authors. Two weeks. One massive fundraiser. Join us at DiverseReader.blogspot.com to push back against anti-LGBT laws by saying no to hate and raising money for charity
Starts April 18th. Ends May 1st








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Published on April 18, 2015 07:25 • 1 view
Cassandra Carr Cassandra Carr's blog:
Yes, it’s playoff season and for the first time since the Jets returned to Winnipeg, I have a team in the playoffs! The entire city is caught up in the excitement, and it caused me to wonder, why is this so important to us? Why do we care so much about a game? About a team of guys we don’t even k... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 07:24 • 1 view
Leigh Bardugo Leigh Bardugo's blog:


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The Legend graphic novel releases this coming Tues (April 21)! I can’t wait for you guys to see the gorgeousness inside this book. Here’s a pretty preview–of Day, causing trouble. As he does.



Hooray!!!!!!!!

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Published on April 17, 2015 22:51 • 2 views
Steven James Steven James's blog:
This question bridges into the field of marketing, which, these days is a part of any successful writing career.
Over the years I’ve written in lots of different genres—from prayer journals and spiritual titles to educational books, fantasy, psychological suspense, conspiracy thrillers, young ad... Read more of this blog post »
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Jess Dee Jess Dee's blog:




Title: Sunday Night Dinner Club Box Set
Series: Sunday Night Dinner Club #1-3
Author: Jess Dee



Release Date: April 17, 2015

Synopsis

Party of Three




Spencer Allens quest for true love just hit a brick wallhis best mate, Levi Barret. Their mutual lust for the same woman could spell the end of thei...

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Published on April 17, 2015 05:00 • 1 view
Carole Cummings Carole Cummings's blog:
I've been answering some questions for a blog tour I'm doing soon, and a couple of the bloggers have asked me about the people who would play my characters in movie versions of my books. And I realized I've never shown you guys these pictures. So, eye candy Kimo, Bas, Fen and Mal under the cut.


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Published on April 17, 2015 10:37 • 7 views
Rhein Fathia Rhein Fathia's blog:
Cuma mau pamer, Gloomy Gift masuk rubrik Deteksi Jawa Pos loh.. Hihihi.. Klik untuk memperbesar ya kalau mau baca. Saya ga mau nulis panjang-panjang hanya mau pesan, pada beli yaaa... Didoain yang beli rezeki makin lancar dan bahagia dunia akhirat. Me love you, reader.. :)

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Published on April 17, 2015 19:54 • 6 views
Suzanne Woods Fisher Suzanne Woods Fisher's blog:

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Are you in a book club?Or have you ever thought of starting one? A friend and I created a casual “Now-and-Then Book Club” for our readerly circle. We get a group together whenever a book inspires us. It’s fun!


Anna’s Crossingmight be just the book for your club, or for a one-time event. It’s al...

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Published on April 17, 2015 06:00 • 1 view
Angela Slatter Angela Slatter's blog:

FemaleFactory-coverThe wonderful Amanda Wrangles has reviewed The Female Factory (which won the Aurealis Award for Best Collection last week, didn’t ya know?) over at Marianne de Pierres’ most excellent and eclectic site.


As the latest joint offering from super-star writing duo Angela Slatter and Lisa L. Hannett, T...

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Marie Lu Marie Lu's blog:


The Legend graphic novel releases this coming Tues (April 21)! I can’t wait for you guys to see the gorgeousness inside this book. Here’s a pretty preview–of Day, causing trouble. As he does.

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Jane Friedman Jane Friedman's blog:

The Key Book Publishing Paths


In 2013, I created an informational chartabout the key publishing paths, which wasfar more popular than I anticipated. I still get many requests todistributeit at conferences, plusinterview requests to discuss it.


Given the pace of change, it was time to update it.Read on for an explanation of...

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Published on April 17, 2015 02:00 • 6 views
Billy Young Billy Young's blog:
Got confirmation of ILA funding this week. That will allow me to go on a course to qualify for an SIA badge. Basically it will let me apply for security jobs. Why didn't I do that straight away after getting the letter telling me I had the funding. Well the website that the jobcentre told me to g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 07:22 • 21 views
Sharon Kay Penman Sharon Kay Penman's blog:
Yesterday was the date of death of my favorite Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin, who died of pleurisy on April 17, 1790. He was 84, a respectable age today and a vast one back in the 18th century. About twelve years ago, I did some extensive research about colonial America and the Revolutionary... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 07:07 • 8 views
Rachel Neumeier Rachel Neumeier's blog:

Mostly I make cookies between Thanksgiving and Christmas, aiming for about 30 kinds of cookies and candies. (I make cookies that freeze well, obviously. Most cookies freeze perfectly.)


Anyway, those are meant to be tiny and fancy. Everyday casual cookies are not allowed to mingle with tiny little...

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Published on April 18, 2015 05:47 • 2 views
T.L. Morganfield T.L. Morganfield's blog:
I published this short story a couple of days ago but was holding off on announcing until Amazon price matched it to free. But they're dragging their feet about it, so I'm just going to let folks know that they can get the new ebook version of "The Hearts of Men" for free everywhere but at Amazon... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 10:15 • 6 views
Michael Vaughan Michael Vaughan's blog:
Michael Vaughan: To have led the England attack for so long takes a high level of skill, but also desire and motivation
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Lilian Nattel Lilian Nattel's blog:

author-pic-newEnjoy my mini-stories and musings below. I’d love to hear what you think, what you’re working on or what you’re reading!


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Published on April 17, 2015 06:37 • 6 views
Amy Lane Amy Lane's blog:
--Note: I will be participating in the LGBTQ Push Back fundraiser starting tomorrow. More details then-- the link wasn't live as I sat down to blog today.

Dear Diary,

Today I learned…

* If you are participating in a blog-something and the link isn't live, just blog anyway. Pushing the link repeatedl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 13:59 • 8 views
Charlie Cochrane Charlie Cochrane's blog:
Well, we’ve had summer already here in Hampshire (old, not New) – two days of temperatures in the twenties and now back to being chilly. Better get my snowboots out, just in case.

News

You probably know that Promises Made Under Fire is out in audio book (and very nicely read it is).

I’m delighted to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 04:39 • 9 views
Lucy Felthouse Lucy Felthouse's blog:

My Sexy Saturday


Welcome back to My Sexy Saturday. This is where writers post either 7 words, 7 sentences or 7 paragraphs from their published work or work in progress. This week I’m sharing another snippet fromTesting Tom. Several of you expressed an interest in finding out what happened next! (P.S. I’m sorry...

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Published on April 18, 2015 01:00 • 5 views
Stephanie Gunn Stephanie Gunn's blog:

Rupetta


Four hundred years ago, in a small town in rural France, a young woman creates the future in the shape of Rupetta. Part mechanical, part human, Rupetta’s consciousness is tied to the women who wind her. In the years that follow she is bought and sold, borrowed, forgotten and revered. By the twe...

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Published on April 16, 2015 20:25 • 1 view
Amanda Pillar Amanda Pillar's blog:
I have to say, I have a very large soft spot when it comes to post-apocalyptic anthologies; Grants Pass was a real blast to work on and such an enjoyable collection to read. And of course, my novel Graced also features a main character with a physical disability. So the concept behind Defying Doo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 19:07 • 6 views
S. Kelley Harrell S. Kelley Harrell's blog:

My weekly gratitude post, in theCelebrate the Small Things [ongoing] Blog Hop.


I’m thankful for rain.


I’m grateful for quickly passing colds.


I’m thankful for a great group in this year’s Intensive.


I’m thrilled with two new runicart creations.


I’m grateful forwonderful feedback on Gift of the Dreamti...

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Myfanwy Collins Myfanwy Collins's blog:

I had a job interview once for a job I sort of wanted. It was going to be a long commute and we needed the money. I interviewed with some peers and potential boss and then one of the founders of the company was going to meet with me. He walked into the room and the first thing he said to me was,...

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Published on April 17, 2015 08:28 • 7 views
J.  Lawrence J. Lawrence's blog:
Arth has left me here on Earth for over a month now, something me wife is very thankful for. She swears that I am changing a little bit more every time.

I fear she must be at least partly right.

While I don't actually become the people I inhabit, I guess there is no truly escaping the overlap of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 06:47 • 29 views
Eduard Limonov Eduard Limonov's blog:
Оппозиционер Наталья Пелевина попала в беду. У неё был обыск и завтра она поедет в Следственный Комитет России давать показания как "подозреваемая", в организации беспорядков на Болотной площади.

Я порадовался, что так.
Несмотря на то, что обыкновенно стараюсь на радоваться чужим несчастьям.

Дело в... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 06:39 • 7 views
Peter H. Reynolds Peter H. Reynolds's blog:


I made that sketch a few years ago to capture a thought. The initial spark happened just before I was to speak to a few thousand teachers in Nebraska. I looked out at the sea of faces before me. I wondered who they were.

A classic piece of sage advice when public speaking: Know Your Audience. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2015 08:30 • 2 views
C. Lee McKenzie C. Lee McKenzie's blog:
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My theme this year is Burma AKA Myanmar. I used to live in Laos, so I looked forward to returning to Southeast Asia. I spent a little over three weeks exploring this country, learning a bit about its culture: its history,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2015 05:00 • 2 views
Alexander Laurence Alexander Laurence's blog:
Wire Self-Titled Album Due April 21 via pinkflag
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DRILL : CHICAGO Festival announcedwith performances by St. Vincent, Ken Vandermark, Tim Hecker, White Lung, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Disappears, and more
Photo Credit: Owen Richards
Listen: WIRE viaNPR First Listen
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Published on April 17, 2015 09:14 • 6 views
Ryan Field Ryan Field's blog:
Walk On Water Male Full Frontal Nudity

Last night by accident while surfing through one dismal channel after the other, I found a ten year old film on Showtime titled, Walk On Water. The blurb was interesting because it mentioned a homophobic character, so I watched and was not disappointed at all... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2015 07:47 • 6 views
Melinda M. Snodgrass Melinda M. Snodgrass's blog:

I’m in a pensive mood today. I’m depressed over what has happened to the Hugo awards and to Worldcon. I haven’t really addressed the Sad/Rabid Puppy mess because when two of the most respected figures in our field — George R.R. Martin and Connie Wills — have weighed in there really isn’t much for...

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Published on April 16, 2015 18:12 • 1 view
Christopher Fowler Christopher Fowler's blog:
In 1957 a woman wrote a memoir biting the hand that fed her. She was Rose Louise Hovick, born in Seattle, and her thrice-married mother Rose changed Louise and her sister June’s birth certificates to avoid child labour laws before dragging them off around the country with an army of virtually kid... Read more of this blog post »
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