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Wart Hill Wart Hill's blog:
Just Right began as one of my short stories for my NaNo project, a series of fairy tales with queer main characters. After November was over and I was going over the stories, I realized Just Right was too short. There was a lot happening and I needed to flesh it out.

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Steve Sailer Steve Sailer's blog:
One of the verities of crime statistics analysis is that homicide stats are more trustworthy than other kinds of statistics. But if the cops are under a lot of political pressure, as Chicago cops were after their recent murder spree, well, a bunch of homicides can turn into just plain dead bodies... Read more of this blog post »
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Victoria Mosley Victoria Mosley's blog:

From The Ship of Dreams 2013 to buy the book click here


Prologue

Lilly thought back to the first time that she was here; but the memory was so lost in the mists of time and circumstance that it took her a moment to recall it. It was as if that ‘’before time’’ had its own dimension, hidden from all...

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Robert R. Mitchell Robert R. Mitchell's blog:
Easter, Orcas and Fake Ice-Cream

Horn-rimmed glasses on a hornbill nose with a violet cardigan sweater and a grey bun: “I got vanilla Harold I got vanilla Harold that’s what goes with the strawberries!” The 911 seriousness, volume and pitch of her pronouncement; her appearance, erect posture and s... Read more of this blog post »
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Sunniva Dee Sunniva Dee's blog:
Shattering Halos' time as free on Amazon is about to be over once and for all. As far as I foresee, it will never happen again. Strange how I feel happy and sad at once right now?

www.amazon.com will still list it as free for another 5 hours, but I'm not sure how it all works on the UK site. At t... Read more of this blog post »
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Ciara Ballintyne Ciara Ballintyne's blog:


This month a couple of writers quit because of online bullying. I don't want to re-hash all that - I'm sure Google will oblige you if you don't already know. What I want to comment on is the people criticising these writers for their decision.

Most of that criticism has been in the vein of 'If y... Read more of this blog post »
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Mark    Barnes Mark Barnes's blog:
By Mark Barnes

via redefineschool.comIf you ask facilitator Monika Hardy and any student at the Innovation Lab in Loveland, Colorado about education, you'd certainly learn that school is not enough for the 21st-century learner.

Understanding that the confines of the traditional classroom, the cons... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2014 10:59 • 6 views
Michael Loring Michael Loring's blog:

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Found Footage Movie List


It’s been a while since I’ve done a movie list here on the blog, and I figured it was about time to get my lazy ass in gear! This will be my third movie list, the first two available here and here, and will cover ten movies that fall under a genre that has, in recent...

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Published on April 19, 2014 09:57 • 5 views
Mathew B. Sims Mathew B. Sims's blog:
Michael F. Bird, Craig A. Evans, et al. How God Became Jesus. Book.
Zondervan Academic, 2014. 233 pages. Paperback. Kindle.

Last November during the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, New Testament scholar Michael Bird saw a poster for a forthcoming book from Bart Ehrman–How Jesu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2014 22:00 • 7 views
Hafsah Laziaf Hafsah Laziaf's blog:

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Once Upon A Time a girl used to live a slightly normal life.


This is not that girl.


Once again, Laini Taylor has managed to ruin me. From the very first page to the last. The book, DAYS OF BLOOD AND STARLIGHT, literally killed me.



Basically the entire book, I just wanted to hug Akiva—



And, I do...

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Laura K. Curtis Laura K. Curtis's blog:
Eye inside a bulb. Image credit: http://www.123rf.com/profile_lightwise

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I think every author hears that at one point or another in her career, and it always makes me laugh. Where do I get my ideas? Where don’t I get my ideas? Sitting in the large jury selection room, I began to wonder what would happen if someone just didn’t show up for...

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Serena Akeroyd Serena Akeroyd's blog:


I’m taking part in Clarissa Wild’s 4000 LIKES GIVEAWAY! For your chance to win one of 10 copies of Marina’s four part tale, as well as countless other goodies, enter now!


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Frank Serafini Frank Serafini's blog:
Let me begin this post with an assertion: the quality of the classroom teacher, not the instructional program, is the primary variable in determining the effectiveness of a comprehensive reading program. This assertion is often hidden beneath the glitz and packaging of many commercial progra... Read more of this blog post »
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Jordan Silver Jordan Silver's blog:
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Published on April 19, 2014 16:06 • 7 views
Alex Hurst Alex Hurst's blog:

quidnunc /kwidˈnungk/

noun
An inquisitive, gossiping person

I’m not much of a gossip. Of course, you’d never know that from the way my characters spill their acquaintances’ secrets like a spring shower: freely and in great quantity.


A character is never safe from being overheard. A brief moment with...

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Published on April 19, 2014 02:22 • 6 views
Sheri Savill Sheri Savill's blog:

I don’t know. There I was, over on Facebook (bleh) posting about a search string someone used to arrive here at my site:


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Then this happened.


Corey Harper: Is this a cry for help?

Sheri Savill: Just someone looking for FACTS and RELIABLE INFORMATION and you know my website is full of...

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Published on April 19, 2014 17:08 • 6 views
Leanda de Lisle Leanda de Lisle's blog:



Easter news: Archaeologists have located a hidden chapel at the site of Whitby abbey in North Yorkshire where the date of the country’s Easter celebrations were first set.In 664 the abbey was the venue for the Synod of Whitby, at which a ruling – still in place – was made that Easter at the time...

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Published on April 19, 2014 08:48 • 6 views
Mirriam Neal Mirriam Neal's blog:

I have to say this: you guys are incredible, and your response to The Ghost in the Machine was borderline phenomenal. I got several responses asking for a follow-up post, so I could cover all the extra little bases I left out in the first. Finally, I caved – I think it was a result of listening t...

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Rachelle Meyer Rachelle Meyer's blog:

Hi Diana! Sometimes an AD will have a specific idea for the illo, but usually they just give me an article or a brief for me to read & interpret myself. When I’m thinking of an editorial illustration, here’s some steps I take:



1. Read the article well & simplify it down to its core ideas....

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Ksenia Anske Ksenia Anske's blog:



Photo by Rosie Hardy







Photo by Rosie Hardy








So. There are things you know. There are things I know. We all know some things. Some, we don't. We write by pulling stuff out of those things we know. Because we think, since we know, this is how it's supposed to be done. But it isn't. The more I read, the more it gets unde...

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Published on April 19, 2014 11:13 • 6 views
Jennifer Gilby Roberts Jennifer Gilby Roberts's blog:
I was looking at my book page for The Dr Pepper Propheciesto see what I could do to improve it and having a little grumble to myself that the first review people saw was a 3* one. Now, the book has 124 reviews of which only one fifth are below 4*. But this particular review […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2014 05:49 • 8 views
Keith Thomson Keith Thomson's blog:

Invisibility cloaking technology in real life is catching up to Harry Potter. Can you tell which of the following photos are legit and which aren't? The answer is at the bottom.







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Natalia C. Gallego Natalia C. Gallego's blog:

Información del libro.
Tengo que admitir que empecé este libro con unas ganas inmensas. Soy una friki de corazón, así que cuando leí la sinopsis de Ready player one sabía que debía leerlo SÍ o SÍ. Y debo decir, que, al menos en su parte más friki, no me ha decepcionado.
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Stefania Mattana Stefania Mattana's blog:

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Nicola Giorgioni YOGAA chiudere il Giubileo per i miei 30 anni (CLICCA QUI PER VEDERE TUTTO IL PROGRAMMA) non poteva che esserci il mio carissimo amico Nicola Giorgioni, runner e giovane padawan yogico. In questo nuovo guest post ci parla del suo approccio allo yoga e di come gli...

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Haleigh Lovell Haleigh Lovell's blog:
SAVE THE DATE!!

LIAM'S LIST by Haleigh Lovell will be released April 24th 2014 at:

Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Google Play
Smashwords

iTunes (coming May 8th)
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Published on April 19, 2014 16:58 • 6 views
Eli Easton Eli Easton's blog:

The anthology “stitch” releases Apr 21, 2014. It contains four novellas by m/m romance authors including Kim Fielding, Sue Brown, Jamie Fessenden, and myself. You can read about all the stories and an excerpt of “Reparation” here.


PURCHASE LINK on Dreamspinner Press website.



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Ruth  Silver Ruth Silver's blog:



Uprising
The Dolan Prophecies Series Book #1
By- Allana Kephart & Melissa Simmons
Publication Date- April 18th, 2014
Genre- New Adult Dystopian

The year 2102–the world as it was no longer exists. Ravaged by nuclear war and polluted almost to the point of no return, Earth was dying. When the fae... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2014 02:00 • 6 views
Susan Arden Susan Arden's blog:


“What are you going to do to me?” Gillian fought the urge to bolt from Stephen’s grasp.
“I thought we had an understanding. But I’m pretty sure one of us lost faith. All that work and then poof. Gone. Maybe, what we need is a reminder.”
“I was wrong—” The smack of his hand against her bottom ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2014 07:16 • 5 views
Philip Sandifer Philip Sandifer's blog:
Hello all. Life is good. Wrapped up the writing of TARDIS Eruditorum entries for Series Five yesterday, and got back on finishing off the next chapter of Last War in Albion today. That's going well, and I'm quite happy with the chapter.

So, let's see. I don't think we've done a "what are you readi... Read more of this blog post »
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Lyn Gala Lyn Gala's blog:

In the past, I’ve commented that I don’t get mystical bonds or mated pairs or destined pairs or whatever it means when a couple is biologically driven together.


I didn’t get it when I read fanfic and Blair and Jim absolutely had to bond or they would die. Doesn’t that negate their love because the...

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Petronela Ungureanu Petronela Ungureanu's blog:
Love you all and I wish you a Happy Easter. May all the angels watch over you. Here's a slice of my Easter bun and Easter cheese cake.
















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M.R. Pritchard M.R. Pritchard's blog:


So, confession time. I’ve been keeping a little secret from my fans (and family and friends); my late summer 2014 release, SPARROW MAN, was entered into the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in March, and while it didn’t make it to the Quarter Finals, the book did beat out 8,000 other books and mad... Read more of this blog post »
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Nikki Godwin Nikki Godwin's blog:
I'm fully aware that not everyone is going to love my decision to change American Girl on Saturn's cover. But let me explain. When I wrote AGOS, I had no intentions of ever writing another book with those characters. It was a one-time thing, a fluke really. I had tons of other books planned, book... Read more of this blog post »
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Amber  Lynn Amber Lynn's blog:
So, I felt it coming last night and sure enough this morning my netbook, which has been with me at least five years, finally died. I've written part of every book I've wrote on my little buddy and am sad to see it go. Thankfully, I realized it was short-lived and transferred my files to my networ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2014 16:06 • 5 views
Clara Bayard Clara Bayard's blog:

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New book coming very soon and the best way to make sure you hear about it is to join my email list.


No spam, just sexy. Click here to sign up.

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Minna Salami Minna Salami's blog:
Doreen 007 297x300 5 things my vagina does not make me. A guest blog by Doreen Akiyo Yomoah

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“You’re a woman.” These three words are quite possibly my least favorite words strung together in the English language. When people repeat them to me it’s usually to judge how I can or cannot behave, or how I should or shouldn’t behave. But aside from the genitalia that I was...

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Jennifer  Thompson Jennifer Thompson's blog:
I am a Christian.

Some may have stopped reading after that first sentence, but I hope not. My intent with this post is not to preach, but to share.

It should come as no surprise to anyone after visiting my blog that I am as much a movie lover as I am a book lover. This season of movies has given u... Read more of this blog post »
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James L.  Davis James L. Davis's blog:

I’ve been sleeping with Darth Vader for a number of years. It’s not nearly as erotic as it sounds. I mean there’s no Force grip or Force push or anything like that. There’s no light saber, not even a cool cape or black leather. There’s just the breathing. It starts around 2 a.m.


Darth Vader is my...

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Azura Azura's blog:
sampai mana ya kemarin?
Setelah operasi yak?

setelah operasi, saya ngga boleh bangun selama 24 jam. pake bantal juga gaboleh. sebenarnya nggak terlalu masalah karena saya juga jarang pake bantal kalau tidur.
besoknya, belajar bangun, dengan diganjal bantal dan menaikan bed. alhamdulillah, hari-hari... Read more of this blog post »
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W.H. Pugmire W.H. Pugmire's blog:
New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft



Ye link above will take you to Leslie Klinger's blog in which he listed ye entire Contents for THE NEW ANNOTATED H. P. LOVECRAFT. I shall soon have a galley of the book and will add to this post a video shewing the book at length. I think it's gonna be awesome,y'all!

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Laurie Roma Laurie Roma's blog:
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As one of Earth’s greatest leaders, Commander Jax Spartan lives his life by a strict code. Dedicated and alpha to the core, he is the epitome of what every Elite solider aspires to be. Second-in-command Sullivan Archer rules by his best friend’s side, an... Read more of this blog post »
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Martha Char Love Martha Char Love's blog:


Many people say that they cannot remember their childhood experiences prior to age 7 and memory studies by psychologists in the field of childhood development and memory will tell you that this is normal. Dr. Patricia Bauer, Professor of Psychology and Senior Associate Dean of Research at Emory U... Read more of this blog post »
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Bianca Giovanni Bianca Giovanni's blog:

Thanks! So glad you like the series! I don’t have a definite date on book 3 yet, but I’m guessing late summer/early fall perhaps.


I’m right there with you about Game of Thrones. :) Every time I see Jason in anything, I just keep thinking, “He’s the perfect James!”


Don’t know if you saw, but book 1...

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Pat Hatt Pat Hatt's blog:
So I bet you are game for a Quomodocunquize claim, at least in many a way. Some may not want to go all out at their bay. That could really get weird and then you'd be something to be feared. Any idea what I am going on about? Well sit back and listen to my shout.

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C. Gockel C. Gockel's blog:

This won’t make it into Warriors… but I think it’s kind of funny.


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From where he is standing guard by the window, Valli says, “You know what they say about men with large feet?”


Bohdi glances over to where Amy is measuring Steve’s foot. Her face is bright red. Beside her, Beatrice’s jaw goes slac...

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