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Lúthien Númenessë Lúthien Númenessë's blog:
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Agosto 02, 2015

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Con los Reflectores Apagados (Bajo los Reflectores #1) by Lúthien Númenessë
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Published on August 01, 2015 21:22 • 13 views
R.F. DeAngelis R.F. DeAngelis's blog:
Welcome to my book blog on the world I am presenting to you. This week's topic is South Point.

South Point is a trading town that sits on the river known as Devil's Pass. It was built on the ruins of the southern military outpost of the late Unstoma empire. That fort was destroyed during the sacki... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 20:54 • 27 views
Luisa Geisler Luisa Geisler's blog:


















charleshunnam:

“Nice” and Batman don’t really gel, do they?

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Published on August 01, 2015 18:51 • 1 view
Phillip T. Stephens Phillip T. Stephens's blog:
Welcome guest blogger Jessica Wren from the authorpromocoop blog tour. She wants to put the spotlight on author Danny Kubat and his Vietnam novel Pachyderms.

"There are many myths and misconceptions about the Vietnam War, most of them perpetuated by Hollywood and propaganda from anti-war activists... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 20:10 • 1 view
Madeline Reynolds Madeline Reynolds's blog:
I just wanted to remind anyone who was planning to enter my Another Earth giveaway to do so. I am very excited to share my novel with you and cannot wait for its release! Remember, I am giving away five FREE PDF copies, and all entrants will receive a short story for entering :)
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Published on August 01, 2015 19:55 • 4 views
Christopher Nuttall Christopher Nuttall's blog:

Hi, everyone


This is really me looking for advice – it’s something of a follow-up to my earlier post.


My wife and I, assuming we can get a visa, would like to spend some time in the United States – maybe 2-4 years. This leads to the problem of finding a place to stay in the country that fits our re...

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Published on August 01, 2015 10:44 • 2 views
Michelle Muriel Michelle Muriel's blog:




Doing a major happy dance and THANKFUL for an amazing review by the Historical Novel Society! Read it here. I’ll also share their link at the end of the post.

ESSIE'S ROSES
by Michelle Muriel

Michelle Muriel’s tremendously impressive debut novel takes place in the Antebellum South and centers on the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 19:27 • 5 views
Martina Boone Martina Boone's blog:


Hi Everyone,

Sorry but the 1st 5 Pages Workshop is now closed. Once again, we filled up in a minute! I will email the participants that made it into the workshop today. If you don't hear from me, I'm sorry but you didn't get in this month. Please try again next month! We open the first Saturday in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 09:22 • 4 views
Ben Hale Ben Hale's blog:

With just seven days until my next book goes live, I am so excited to reveal the cover for The Flesh of War. It has just the right amount of menace and contempt, making it one of the most engaging of all my covers. Let me know what you think on the comments below!







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Published on July 31, 2015 13:31 • 2 views
Lexi Ander Lexi Ander's blog:
Whoot! I have the cover for Dragon's Eye!!*pets pretty*


Cover Artist: London BurdenPublisher: Less Than Three Press
Categories: Gay / Paranormal / Poly / Urban FantasyAvailable for Pre-Order: LT3
Blurb:

In the wake of birth and betrayal, Ushna takes the God Ashur to Tristan in a last desperate bid t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 07:19 • 8 views
Troy Vance Troy Vance's blog:

So they finally fingered Jack the Ripper? Big whoop. Only 120 years too late guys. What next? Backslap Chris Froome for winning the Tour de France without using any training wheels?!


Just what was this big drumroll outside the DNA Department supposed to achieve? It certainly wasn’t muchsuccour to...

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Published on August 01, 2015 03:14 • 4 views
Rachel Del Rachel Del's blog:

When we bought this chair I used to sit in it in the darkness of the freshly painted nursery, rubbing my seven month pregnant belly and wonder what it would feel like to nurse my son right in that spot. And once we stopped nursing I thought about how it would feel to sit with him on my lap and r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 01, 2015 15:55 • 3 views
Veronica Purcell Veronica Purcell's blog:
He happened upon Izuki's homeroom teacher before the end of the school day, and was able to gain his support. Everything was falling into place, which only made Duran feel more uneasy.

He passed through the main school gates and into the streets, headed for the ramen house. All of his friends and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2015 19:20 • 2 views
Tara Sue Me Tara Sue Me's blog:

xyvyfpdfI’m back from RWA15 and will be digging out from everything I let slide last week. But I have to say, it was all worth it!



We kicked off the conference with the 2015 Literacy Signing. I love signings, because that’s where I’m able to meet and talk with readers. I met so many wonderful people Wedne... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 27, 2015 08:11 • 4 views
Star LaBranche Star LaBranche's blog:

screenshot-www.okcupid.com 2015-03-23 15-27-35[Image: A screenshot from a conversation with a man pictured playing a cello. Text reads, “Not all younger guys are bad hahah generalization is a fat factor in ignorance, but I understand completely.]

I have a preference for older men. A preference which landed me in some trouble in the beginning...

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Published on July 28, 2015 09:00 • 2 views
Julie Christine Johnson Julie Christine Johnson's blog:
Still Writing,by Dani Shapiro A few weeks ago someone dear to me asked, “Are you still writing? I wondered if you’d decided to get a part-time job.” I’ll admit right now, right here, this crushed me. My first novel is still months away from launch and my second novel is out on submission. I rece... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 27, 2015 04:48 • 5 views
John C. Havens John C. Havens's blog:
My newest piece for the Guardian, The Ethics of AI: how to stop your robot cooking your cat, focuses on the need to clarify ethics/values on an individual level for us (as humans) to have any chance of retaining agency over our actions and lives moving forward. However, rather than be something t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 28, 2015 09:54 • 1 view
taylorpotato taylorpotato's blog:




All the misery was necessary when we’re deep in l o v e

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Published on August 01, 2015 17:20 • 2 views
Wayne Stiles Wayne Stiles's blog:

If you wait until August 18, I'll reward you big-time.

My new book, Waiting on God: What to Do When God Does Nothing, is already shipping to retailers. In fact, you can buy my book now at online retailers. But I’m asking you to do something crazy: WAIT. Here’s why.

Waiting on God books

The official release day is...

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Published on July 31, 2015 02:00 • 1 view
Angelia Griffin Angelia Griffin's blog:
I wrote my first book when I was seven. I wish I still had that thing; I bet it was horrendous! I still vaguely remember the details. It was about a wild stallion and his band of mares. Of course it was, I was a seven-year-old girl! I spent the next thirty some-odd years writing […]
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Published on July 29, 2015 17:32 • 2 views
Danielle M. Maistry Danielle M. Maistry's blog:



Today was quite an interesting day! When I used to dream about being an author, one thing I imagined was being invited onto talk shows… David Letterman, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Fallon… I used to imagine what I would say and, if I was asked an amusing question, what my reaction would be (hopefully s...

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Published on August 01, 2015 02:03 • 1 view
J.T. Ellison J.T. Ellison's blog:



The End Game










If you can believe it, there is another book soon to be born. THE END GAME, the third Brit in the FBI novel, releases September 15, and the reviews have been fantastic so far.

To whet your whistle, read on for ashort excerpt. You're going to want to pre-order this puppy, trust me!

And when you're...

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Published on July 27, 2015 06:21 • 4 views
Jillian Stone Jillian Stone's blog:
A woman is either a goddess or a doormat. Pablo Picasso said that. Not sure whether his observation is meant to be insightful or brutally callous. But something about his remark strikes me as honest, and it has to do with women’s self-esteem issues. I've always hadtrouble writing heroines, but n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 31, 2015 08:50 • 2 views
Shea Zellweger Shea Zellweger's blog:
Recently, I posted something disparaging about the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy on Facebook. This is nothing new for me, but this time, someone challenged me by asking if I would be alright with people throwing out the "Old Testament" because they didn't like it. I thought about this for a moment, a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 30, 2015 22:00 • 4 views
Grace Buchele Mineta Grace Buchele Mineta's blog:
Comic: Working from Home VS Working in a Japanese “Open Office”

As many of you know, Ryosuke quit his job in February. He now works from home (with me!) doing freelance translation work, helping with the YouTube channel, blogging (he has his own blog now, called “Gaijin Wife Gaijin Life, where he translates my comics into Japanese), volunteering with a toi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 31, 2015 17:44 • 2 views
Cheri Champagne Cheri Champagne's blog:

Good afternoon, everyone! I’m so happy to be able to share some exciting news with all of you! I have accepted the position of Acquisitions Manager for Pandamoon Publishing! I’m so pleased with the change! It will keep me busy for the next little while, but rest assured, I will still find the tim...

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Published on August 01, 2015 13:24 • 4 views
Kandi J. Wyatt Kandi J. Wyatt's blog:

Several weeks ago, my publisher’s Facebook page had a call for fantasy authors to come together and do a blog swap in preparation for the release of Terry Persun’s book,Gargoyle. Since it was right along the same time as the Dragon’s Future‘s Release, I gladly joined. From today until Monday, Aug...

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Published on July 28, 2015 08:16 • 2 views
Tiffany Aleman Tiffany Aleman's blog:
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#Salvage is #LIVE on #AMAZON and B&N!!! As soon as it's live on iTunes and Kobo I will update this post! Please share! <3
Amazon: http://goo.gl/LdAEri
Amazon UK: http://goo.gl/Q0dMzg
Amazon AU: http://goo.gl/dDtcpd
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Published on August 01, 2015 18:51 • 5 views
Ashley Earley Ashley Earley's blog:
All writers are weird. We're usually awkward and would rather sit at our desks and type away all day rather than exposing ourselves to the great outdoors. I guess we're also like vampires...

All writers have different ways of writing, and ways of how to write. Some of us sit at our computers for... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 28, 2015 10:57 • 4 views
Willowy Whisper Willowy Whisper's blog:

Hey, everyone! :) Guess what?


I’m waiting…


Okay. Fine. Since you can’t guess, I’ll go ahead and tell you:


I’ve now got a Flickr account! Click HERE to check it out, and see my quotes and photos, although I just started so I haven’t put very many on yet. :(


Also, to like my quoteNever on Goodreads,cl...

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Published on July 31, 2015 15:05 • 4 views
C.B. Archer C.B. Archer's blog:

Today we have my second author interview. This time there is a slight twist on the interview, as it is an interview of another naughty author! Making the questions 100% morenaughty!


Jenycka Wolfe is the author of The Wildlanders Series, which I will admit are pretty sexy, even if they include girl...

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Published on July 27, 2015 12:12 • 5 views
J.B. Kantt J.B. Kantt's blog:
Hey, everyone!

I know it's been a while since I've posted on here (I'm so sorry about that). Between school, work, and writing, I really have been super busy these past few months! But I just wanted to jump on here to give you all a quick update (if anyone is even still reading my posts). :)

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Published on July 31, 2015 18:00 • 4 views
Willow S. Brooks Willow S. Brooks's blog:
You can now subscribe to my page to receive a newsletter for all of my newest releases.
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Published on June 23, 2015 12:57 • 4 views
Amelia C. Gormley Amelia C. Gormley's blog:

solemnlyswearr:



When Scorpius Malfoy first meets Rose Weasley, he is eleven years old and smiling so big his face hurts. He has done something that is completely his own, he is in Ravenclaw and he is different.

She is sorted after him, and she is smiling as big as he is when she sits down next to...

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Published on August 01, 2015 17:47 • 2 views
Roshani Chokshi Roshani Chokshi's blog:

I am a notoriously risk averse person. But that’s only on the outside. On the inside, I am an oneironaut leaping from one dream to the next, a seafaring explorer sailing to mythical lands and a heroine coaxing sphinxes to share their riddles. I am happy to wander quietly. Ecstatic to read in peac...

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Published on August 01, 2015 15:12 • 3 views
Giovanna Fletcher Giovanna Fletcher's blog:


London bound with the hubby.

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Published on July 31, 2015 02:04 • 6 views
J. Grace Pennington J. Grace Pennington's blog:

As I wrap up the publication of Implant, I am finding that this whole process never gets easier. This is my fourth time around, and people still miss deadlines, and there are still technical difficulties all the way along the line, and I still miss hundreds of typos on my first few editing passes...

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Published on August 01, 2015 08:20 • 5 views
A.E. Hellstorm A.E. Hellstorm's blog:
... Benedict Cumberbatch would play Carl in an HBO-series based on my books. :-D And yes, I actually did dream that he played Carl, this very night, which is quite curious since I've described Carl as a young Robert Redford. Curious as I got, I had to check out the photos, and indeed, the two act... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 03, 2015 22:47 • 4 views
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