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Tosca Lee Tosca Lee's blog:
I'll be at several conferences and events this spring. Mark you calendar and catch up with me at the places listed below. For links to all of these great events, visit the blog on my website.

April 28-29 - Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference, Omaha, NE

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Published on March 25, 2017 12:43 • 1 view
Vicar Sayeedi Vicar Sayeedi's blog:
The Other One Percent – America’s Muslims

By most credible accounts, the total population of the Muslim World is now approximately 1.6 billion of which over 98% currently live in Asia [East, Central and South Asia as well as in the Middle East] and Africa [North Africa and other parts]. Surprising... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 12:31 • 20 views
James Litherland James Litherland's blog:
First, I’d like to thank UK book blogger Rainne for her review of the Slowpocalypse series and reader Davida for her review of Whispers of the Dead – thanks!

Now, this week I finished the first draft of Slowpocalypse Book 5 (which feels good) and started reviewing my notes for the next Watchbearer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 12:03 • 17 views
G.J.  Griffiths G.J. Griffiths's blog:
I was recently asked by Jacquie Rhoades, a very experienced educator of children, what inspired me to write Book 2 in the Kweezy Capolza series of kids' sci-fi tales. It made me really think about things. It was wanted for a blog she runs about teaching children. But having done it I thought why... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 11:40 • 32 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
CONGRATULATIONS to our newest winners who took part in the fun random ramblings video contest! Rebecca McLaughlin, Guadalupe Gonzalez, Lynn Mullan, and Jessica Leombruno! Winners, please contact Missy with your mailing address to collect your prizes - melissafosterfanfun@gmail.com

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Published on March 25, 2017 11:29 • 23 views
Den Warren Den Warren's blog:
I write books and articles that I would want to read.
As a reader, when I read fiction, in order for me to finish it, I want it to be fast-moving stories that hold my interest.
Lots of action is a vital component. When the scenes are being built, I like it when there is some humor to keep me enter... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 11:09 • 36 views
Pamela Allegretto Pamela Allegretto's blog:
Check out this generous 5-star review on Amazon for Bridge of Sighs and Dreams from Janet Lombardi. Reviews (good reviews) not only boost sales, but they lift the author’s spirit in a way that’s difficult to explain. Thanks, Janet. I’m so happy you liked the read and grateful that you took the ti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 11:04 • 14 views
T.C. Boyle T.C. Boyle's blog:
Now that I'm back and the Amoxicillin is throttling the strep infection I brought back with me, I am deep into the dream of the new novel again. This is what my life is supposed to look like: daily work, daily dreaming, a dip or two into nature, the cool pillow at night. I've now watched the Amaz... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 10:52 • 19 views
Vihanga Perera Vihanga Perera's blog:

Shankari Chandran’s Song of the Sun God threads together memory, legacy and struggle, as it locates the Rajan family – an upper middle class, metropolitan, Colombo-based family of a well established surgeon – and its offshoots, in their dogged, yet frail and human negotiation against the violent...

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Published on March 10, 2017 10:17 • 10 views
John  Conrad John Conrad's blog:
I had considerable anxiety over selecting the title for Among the Walking Wounded. For most of the working life of the manuscript, the book had the working title of, "The John Deere Lullaby," which referred to the soothing, rhythmic sounds of my ancient hay baler on our farm here in Alberta. The... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 10:07 • 73 views
Peter      Lane Peter Lane's blog:
The Teacher, the magazine of the National Union of Teachers said that Vince, by Peter Lane is a super novel for teenagers and highly recommended it for the school library. Vince deals with the serious issues of Holocaust denial and the circumstances in which the State of Israel was created but se... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 09:23 • 13 views
Lulu Astor Lulu Astor's blog:
Hi everyone. As part of a giveaway, I promised that my GR followers would get a never-before-published extra scene from my newest release, Illegitimate. I have no plans to publish it anywhere else.

WARNING: the following excerpt contains explicit sexual material and is intended for MATURE readers... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 09:15 • 29 views
Jaime  García Jaime García's blog:
Hello friends,

I present you my new poetry book entitled "A quien corresponda".

It is part of the Bonobos Oval Collection and is in spanish for now.

Publishing a book is hard work that takes time and a lot of effort, I thank the friends who helped me make it possible.

The book is on sale along with t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 08:20 • 25 views
Sacha Lanvin Baumann Sacha Lanvin Baumann's blog:
Download your FREE ebook copy of "Born This Way".
Last day.

Link: https://www.amazon.com/Born-This-Way-...
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Published on March 25, 2017 08:05 • 17 views
Bey Deckard Bey Deckard's blog:

[image error]Huzzah! There’s nothing like holding a physical copy of your own book, let me tell you. Exposed paperback just went live at Amazon this morning and you can order a copy here and if you’d like a signed copy, you can order that (or any other book) over here.

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Published on March 25, 2017 08:02 • 10 views
Paul   Willis Paul Willis's blog:

Crossroads, my current project and first novel-sized work, is in the genre I call Christian dystopian. As I’ve rewritten, reread, and reconsidered it, I have been caused to examine its deepest elements.


This has led me to answer the question, why dystopian?


For one, the genre is interesting and pop...

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Published on March 25, 2017 08:00 • 15 views
Alex Brightsmith Alex Brightsmith's blog:
It must be spring, I can tell - everything I even glance at turns itself into an epic or a series, at least in my head. This is tremendous fun, if not productive. If only half an hour of sweeping daydreams on the bus actually created the world that seems so vivid in my head I'd be quids in, but w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 07:40 • 27 views
T.J. Klune T.J. Klune's blog:
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Olive Juice is going to be unlike anything that you’ve read from me before. I’m always looking for ways to expand on the way I tell stories, wanting to become a better writer with each new work I put out. Olive Juice is my attempt at telling a s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 07:30 • 68 views
Sherwood Smith Sherwood Smith's blog:
Scientists say that cussing relieves pain--and it's a fact of life all around the world, going back in history. So what about fantasy and SF cursing?

Come share your ideas!
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Published on March 25, 2017 07:05 • 19 views
Sue Bridgwater Sue Bridgwater's blog:
Made it, just, to the publication date I wanted. Following the inevitable hiccups, the POD paperback of The Dry Well is now live on Ingram Spark and should pop up on online sellers pages soon, or can be ordered via your local bookshop. Its ISBN is 978-0-9954536-2-3

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Published on March 25, 2017 06:59 • 17 views
Laurel Richards Laurel Richards's blog:
Today I have Charlie Cochrane guest blogging with me. She’s here to give some good advice to aspiring authors and let you know about her book In the Spotlight. Welcome, Charlie.

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Does anyone else have a problem with keeping their trap shut? The sort of problem that means you end up volunteering fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 06:24 • 41 views
Paul Colt Paul Colt's blog:
The Mason County War started as a dispute over range stock ownership between German settlers in Mason County and southern sympathizing native Texans from neighboring counties. The Germans were Union loyalists. A series of violent incidents escalated to an ethnic feud.

In May 1875 Mason County Depu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 06:22 • 14 views
Michael Brachman Michael Brachman's blog:
The Ark Lords (Rome's Revolution #2) by Michael BrachmanYesterday, I covered some of the loose ends that remained at the conclusion of The Ark Lords. The loose ends discussed were limited to the dispersal of the (now former) Darwin Project members, aka the Grays.

Today I would like to cover a few of the salient items that OMCOM mentioned right at the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 06:51 • 59 views
Nicholas A. McGirr Nicholas A. McGirr's blog:
Hello Everyone! I hope you've had a chance to read the Prologue to Growing Dim, my very first hardcover release!

Apologies for the slight delay in the next chapter, but there have been some slight publisher issues that I was handling before I released the next chapter to you.

Of course, you can pur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 05:48 • 29 views
Bruce W. Perry Bruce W. Perry's blog:
For those readers looking for "some place else to go" after reading one of my recent novels, you might give Gone On Kauai a try.

This Hawaii noir thriller received good notices from Kirkus Reviews and Crime Fiction Lovers (for what it's worth–tastes vary don't they!), and received a thorough rewr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2017 05:18 • 37 views
Emmy van Ruijven Emmy van Ruijven's blog:

Begin februari besloot ik om blogs in de spots een beetje om te gooien; ik wilde bloggers complimenten kunnen geven en daarom vroeg ik jullie om (anoniem) jullie complimenten in te zenden. Ik kreeg ontzettend veel complimenten voor bloggers binnen (wel 93!). Wat zijn jullie toch lief allemaal! Va...

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Published on March 24, 2017 23:00 • 20 views
Cassandra Aarssen Cassandra Aarssen's blog:

A quick how-to make a Spring or Easter Centerpiece using everything from The Dollar Tree! Dollar Tree Decor projects are always my favourite and I love seeing what I can create on a budget under $20.


For more DIY Dollar Store Easter & Spring Decor Ideas, check out my Dollar Store Spring and Ea...

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Published on March 24, 2017 18:21 • 11 views
Patricia Camille Antony Patricia Camille Antony's blog:


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It is Not Your Fault, an undated tract published by Evangelical Tract Distributors, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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Published on March 24, 2017 17:58 • 11 views
Christopher Lawson Christopher Lawson's blog:














THE RESURRECTION FACT reminds me a lot of the classical works on evidential apologetics--especially the classic by John Warwick Montgomery, [[ASIN:0840756410 Faith Founded on Fact: Essays in Evidential Apologetics]]. I found the THE RESURRECTION FACT to be a well-written book, which discusses the...

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Published on March 24, 2017 20:46 • 11 views
Saburo Uta Saburo Uta's blog:

TVアニメ『citrus』の公式HP・Twitter( @citrus_anime)ができました!これを期にサブロウタアカウントで情報告知をさせていただく時は #citrus のタグを付けてお届けします。皆さまも感想やご意見の際には使っていただけると嬉しいです! #citrus pic.twitter.com/G2C1ZVcsVJ

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Published on March 25, 2017 03:37 • 12 views
Sarah J. Palmer Sarah J. Palmer's blog:

So far Fridays have been reserved for my writing journey post where I catch you up on how my writing has been going that week. Well, that shall be no more…Sort of. I’ve noticed my tendency to go off on a tangent in those posts, I can’t help it, I’m selfish. I want to talk about my entire week not...

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Published on March 24, 2017 10:54 • 14 views
Acharya Shunya Acharya Shunya's blog:
An important thing to note about Ayurveda is that it begins with first offering peace to that which is distressing to the being, not war.Today humanity needs Ayurveda and its holistic principles of restoring health more than ever, especially in the face of limitations from mainstream medicine, wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 24, 2017 10:30 • 13 views
Igor Guzun Igor Guzun's blog:

Să mergi în fiecare zi la școală și să plătești acolo cu tinerețea ta.


Să poți rezolva ecuații, dar la gară și la poștă să nu te poți descurca.


Să faci o facultate, un master și să nu-ți găsești un loc de muncă,


Iar atunci când îl găsești, salariul să nu-ți ajungă.


Să-ți plece copiii din țară ca să-ș...

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Published on March 24, 2017 12:05 • 16 views
Kalen Bruce Kalen Bruce's blog:
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I hope you’ve had a good week. I’m wrapping up the last couple weeks of the training I’ve been in.

It’s crazy how military leadership training always pushes your time time management skills to the limit, even when you think you’ve got your schedule figured out pretty well. It’s that way on purp...

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Published on March 24, 2017 03:00 • 13 views
Joynell Schultz Joynell Schultz's blog:
Guess what time it is? Camp NaNoWriMo time! I’m so excited. After participating (and failing) regular NaNoWriMo in November, I can’t wait for camp. Camping is so much fun — all due to the interaction with your cabin mates. My main … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 24, 2017 13:13 • 13 views
Lisa Berne Lisa Berne's blog:

If you’ve been following my blog you know I’m a big Jane Austen fan. And so when this hilarious graphic floated across my Twitter feed, I pounced on it so I could share it with you here. Graphic: The brilliant mind behind it is Mark Brownlow. More about him and his work here.

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Published on March 24, 2017 07:13 • 15 views
Victoria Lynn Victoria Lynn's blog:
Finally! I am back with an outfit! You don’t know how long I have been waiting to do an outfit post. Releasing my book sidetracked my blogging a little bit, but I am super excited to get back into the swing of things!   I have worn this outfit numerous times in vlogs. Which cracks […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 24, 2017 12:48 • 16 views
Didi Oviatt Didi Oviatt's blog:

My brother came up to me with a particular bounce in his step a couple of weeks ago. With a very wide and genuine grin he was clearly excited. We don’t usually have much in common to talk about, and he very obviously had something big to tell me. “Soooooo.” He said with a gigantic smile, “One of...

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Published on March 24, 2017 11:04 • 14 views
Jasmine Ive Jasmine Ive's blog:

After being reintroduced to one of my favourite PC games Monkey Island, I realised I know little to nothing about voodoo. I know it’s a spiritual practice that originated in Africa with incredible shamanistic views. Then I was introduced to the word ‘folkways’. It’s a nice terminology that I defi...

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Published on March 24, 2017 13:03 • 14 views
Rebecca Renner Rebecca Renner's blog:

This post was originally published on obraartifact.com.


“You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture.  Just get people to stop reading them.”  – Ray Bradbury


 


My students groaned when I passed out the books.


“I thought you said we weren’t reading another novel,” said the kid in front.


“I wa...

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Published on March 24, 2017 14:46 • 17 views
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