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M.L. Sparrow M.L. Sparrow's blog:
Yesterday, my best friend and I went up to London for the day. We'd booked tickets to go on the London Eye and to see The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre. Firstly, the London Eye... I've already been, but my friend hadn't and to be honest we both found it a bit boring. It's great... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 06:43 • 1 view
Seth Haines Seth Haines's blog:
To My Son, During the Superbowl My son stretched across the couch, was pulled into the spectacle of this year’s feats of strength by men, women—products. I know some by name, persona, statistics, not by handshakes, conversations, bedrooms. They are white gold, chocolate, or coffee consumed for a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 19:33 • 1 view
Kathy Lynn Emerson Kathy Lynn Emerson's blog:

Susan Vaughan here. Saturday was indeed “Love and Chocolate.” Librarian Sue McClintock, of the Vose Library in Union, Maine,invited me to be the first romance author to do a book talk. The month of Valentine’s Day seemed to be the logical time for a romance author.Vose


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Published on February 07, 2016 21:30 • 1 view
Antonia Aquilante Antonia Aquilante's blog:
Grace R. Duncan is visiting today unveiling the cover for her new novel Patience and sharing an excerpt. Welcome, Grace!
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Patience
Forbes Mates, Book 2
Dreamspinner Press
Cover by Reese Dante
Release date: 3/7/2016
230 pages

Jamie Ryan was almost ready to accept he’d never find his destined mate. They’re... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2016 00:00 • 1 view
Piyushi Dhir Piyushi Dhir's blog:

Mumbai from the Eyes of a Delhite: Part 7

[This is the seventh in a series of blogs about Mumbai]

Living in the Crime Capital of India aka Gurgaon definitely taught me to value the safe freedom Mumbai has to offer.

I am not kidding when I say that during the two years I lived in Gurgaon, I would ge...

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Published on February 07, 2016 05:29 • 1 view
Mandewi Mandewi's blog:

Tanggal 24 Januari 2016 merupakan momen yang harus tercatat dalam sejarah kepenulisan saya. Satu lagi kumpulan cerpen, kami terbitkan dan berakhir sebagai wadah untuk mendulang donasi. Nilainyabarangkali tidak seberapa, tetapi kesungguhan dan sukacita yang terlewati selama proses penulisan hingga...

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Published on February 07, 2016 19:34 • 1 view
Heather Osborne Heather Osborne's blog:

Bitter Bonds full cover



From bestselling and award-winning author, Heather Osborne, comes a new historical romance of unrequited love and devious plots.


Brutally torn between duty and his heart, Henri Du Cormier never expected to be completely enraptured with Adrienne Beaumont, the sister of his betrothed. As the new ow...

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Published on February 08, 2016 02:25 • 2 views
The Behrg The Behrg's blog:

I feel so honored by the thousands upon thousands of people who are gathering today to celebrate the release of my new short story!!


Oh, wait … there’s a thing called a Super Bowl? And THAT’s why you’re all getting together?!?


Well, if you’re not into that football thing or are in need of a depress...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:01 • 1 view
Corinne Campos Rodrigues Corinne Campos Rodrigues's blog:

Last year,I was inspired to make ‘daring greatly‘ my phrase for the year, after reading Brené Brown’s book of the same name –And I did dare greatly on the emotional front and saw the fruits of that showing already this year. I can see myself being more together with regard to my emotions and choi...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:30 • 1 view
Brent A. Stypczynski Brent A. Stypczynski's blog:

Thanks to some conversations recently, I’ve been thinking about evaluating sources. Obviously, this is something I’ve taught for years in the classroom setting, but I think it is even more important to consider in a wider context given the growing propensity for people to link articles in online...

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Published on February 07, 2016 12:37 • 1 view
Carolyn Arnold Carolyn Arnold's blog:
Just in time for the holiday, enjoy this excerpt fromValentine’s Day is Murder. Chapter 1 UNDER THE JAMAICAN MOONLIGHT FOR A MAN WHO HAD given up on love, dining under the Ocho Rios’ moon reaffirmed that all things are possible. Jimmy Voigt sat across from Meredith, a woman who, just a couple mon... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 03:45 • 1 view
Anne Hagan Anne Hagan's blog:

Relic was the first book ‘off the presses’ so to speak, in the Morelville Mysteries series. Quite frankly, I hadn’t found a decent proof reader yet when it was published and some of the early reviews for the book reflect that. All along, I’ve made corrections to it, here and there, as they’ve bee...

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Published on February 07, 2016 04:59 • 2 views
Grace Buchele Mineta Grace Buchele Mineta's blog:
12 of the Weirdest Food I’ve Eaten in Japan

I love food. Cooking and eating together is one of my favorite ways of showing love – to my spouse, my friends, and my family. There’s very few things I won’t eat… and can count on one hand the number of times I haven’t enjoyed that random thing I ordered off the menu. Food in Japan is spectacu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 16:43 • 2 views
Heather Fluck Winn Heather Fluck Winn's blog:
Picture In case you're completely unobservant, it will not be news to you that my website is was designed on the Weebly platform. In the two years I've been with them, I've learned a bit about how big and fun the internet can be.
Some very seasoned authors I have met have no website of any kind, som... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 20:03 • 1 view
Lily R. Mason Lily R. Mason's blog:


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Published on February 07, 2016 15:30 • 2 views
Marie Mohn Marie Mohn's blog:
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Published on February 07, 2016 10:39 • 1 view
E. William Brown E. William Brown's blog:
I'm pleased to announce that Fimbulwinter will be available in audiobook form starting later this month. Thanks to Gregg Savage and Guy Williams for all their hard work making this possible. And yes, this means audiobook versions of Black Coven and Extermination are in the works.
Meanwhile, I'm no... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 18:45 • 1 view
Juliette Sartre Juliette Sartre's blog:
Con motivo del 14 de febrero, día del amor y la amistad, autoras y editoriales lanzan varias ofertas para que todas las románticas podamos disfrutar de las mejores lecturas a precios increíbles. A lo largo de esta semana, os iré compartiendo distintos post con ofertas, sorteos y colaboraciones pa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2016 00:00 • 1 view
Katharina V.  Haderer Katharina V. Haderer's blog:

Ich gratuliere Martina ganz herzlich! Es ist zwar nicht das erste Buch, das in einem Verlag erscheint, aber meines Wissens nach das erste Taschenbuch! Ich bin schon sehr gespannt auf das Cover und freue mich auf den Herbst! :-)


Martina Riemer / May Raven


Liebe Alle!
Endlich, endlich, endlich da...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:03 • 5 views
Beau Taplin Beau Taplin's blog:
“The sorry thing about loss is it’s not the pain that beats me, but the fear the pain will pass, that sooner or later I will pull myself together and move on. That’s the killing blow.To know that someday down the line, no matter how hard I fight it, I will forget how it felt to love you.”

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Published on February 08, 2016 02:30 • 1 view
Eka Kurniawan Eka Kurniawan's blog:

Kang Gogol, kumaha damang? Saya baru baca cerpen “Hidung” karya sampean. Saya kok bingung ya, ketika Kovalev kehilangan hidungnya dan hendak melapor ke polisi, eh dia malah ketemu hidung itu. Si hidung turun dari kereta kuda dan bahkan memakai seragam pejabat. Saya enggak bisa bayangin hidungnya...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:09 • 1 view
Betty  Adams Betty Adams's blog:
Picture Today was involved with rediscovering this whole "outside" thing and rescuing chickens. Enjoy the pretty picture. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 18:17 • 2 views
S.K. Gregory S.K. Gregory's blog:
I am running a giveaway for After through my blog www.storyteller-skgregory.weebly.com. It is free to enter and you can win some cool prizes. The giveaway ends on Feb 14th.
You can win the opportunity to have your name used in the third book Viral.
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Published on February 08, 2016 03:37 • 2 views
Kelly Deriemaeker Kelly Deriemaeker's blog:
geenmening

Mijn moeder heeft me jaren geplaagd door op de meest idiote momenten het zinnetje “En wat vind jij eigenlijk van de televisie en de telefoon?” op te werpen. Dat zat zo. Toen ik ongeveer vijftien was had ik een soort van occasioneel lief van wie de voornaamste kwaliteiten zijn lang blond haar en z...

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Published on February 07, 2016 09:38 • 1 view
Rick Silva Rick Silva's blog:
It has, once again, been a while since I've written a general blog entry. I'd like to get back to more journaling, but I feel that I need to do the standard update-on-life post just because it's been so long. So bear with me as I get you up to speed.

Chuc mung nam moi! (Happy New Year!). It's Tet... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2016 03:35 • 1 view
Karen  Clark Karen Clark's blog:

In tales of the Goddess Brigid, She is a healer whose gifts of inspiration and wisdom can mend and evolve souls. These stories are not fantasies, but encoded teachings that reveal our relationship to powerful, benevolent beings and energies that infuse and inform our waking-world reality. They te...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:00 • 1 view
Joëlle Tourlonias Joëlle Tourlonias's blog:
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Published on February 07, 2016 04:52 • 1 view
Verónica Nieto Verónica Nieto's blog:
William Gaddis, Gótico carpintero (1985), trad. de Mariano Peyrou, Madrid, Sexto Piso (2012)
http://www.sextopiso.es/143-gotico-carpintero/

Me preguntaba cómo se resolvería el efecto Gaddis en casi trescientas páginas, si provocaría la misma adictiva sensación de lector voyeur que me produjeron la... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2016 02:45 • 1 view
Kathryn  Warner Kathryn Warner's blog:
In this post I'm going somewhat outside my usual blog parameters to write about a Spanish woman who was (to link her to the subject of the blog) Edward II's granddaughter-in-law, the second wife of his grandson John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster. I'm writing about Constanza basically because I get... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 04:49 • 1 view
Azra Tabassum Azra Tabassum's blog:
“But what

do I do with all this leftover love?

My hands were built for crawling on.

How do I write myself gently. How

do I not worship the shipwreck that

stranded me here?”

- Sierra DeMulder, from “After Googling Affirmations for Abuse Survivors,”We Slept Here (via wethinkwedream) Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2016 00:22 • 1 view
Aimee Easterling Aimee Easterling's blog:

SurveyI write a lot about my characters and even a little bit about myself…but I think about you guys just as much. It’s so satisfying when I see new reviews or know that someone has bought one of my books. And yet, I sometimes find myself wondering — who are you really?


So, if you’ve got a minute and w...

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Published on February 07, 2016 10:04 • 1 view
Jacintha Topaz Jacintha Topaz's blog:
PictureI couldn’t say it.

I couldn’t even think of a word to use to describe it.

Strange how much I wanted this experience to be mine, to feel like I really accomplished everything I set out to do when I got this book. I wanted what the speaker had—her confidence, her warmth, her understanding.

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Published on February 07, 2016 22:07 • 3 views
Kate Wrath Kate Wrath's blog:

Author, Kate Wrath:


laptop-820274_640Endgameis coming along nicely, still on track for spring. I’ve passed 60k words, now, which is probably around the halfway point, because it looks like this is going to be another long one. There’s so much to wrap up in this book, so many things that need to happen! Also, there...

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Published on February 07, 2016 09:28 • 3 views
Nicholas Sweedo Nicholas Sweedo's blog:


Synopsisin 3 sentences or less:A woman saves Legend's life and then tells him that her father is planning to harm President Ulysses S. Grant. Legend goes to Grant to warn him, and Grant asks him to gather intelligence on the plot.
Memorable Quote:
Oh please, nobody wants to read a melodrama abou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 09:15 • 1 view
Colin R. Stuckert Colin R. Stuckert's blog:
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“A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”


Mark Twain


How many times have you told someone something that was later retold to you by someone else?


And how often did it sound compltely different from what you remember telling?


Probably a lot.


There is a...

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Published on February 07, 2016 15:28 • 2 views
Alison   Gray Alison Gray's blog:
It felt like I was on a writing roll as 2015 saw me publish my third novel which I had written and brought to publication within a 12 month period. This was the fastest I’d ever managed so far – the first novel took me four years to write and that was in the 1980s/1990s, the second took two years... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2016 14:05 • 5 views
Kittie Wong Kittie Wong's blog:
It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend — William Blake Last week, an formerfriend left me a messagevia Facebook. She was someone I had not spoken to in more than 15 years. In the final … Continue reading
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Published on February 07, 2016 23:13 • 2 views
Suzanne M. Wind Suzanne M. Wind's blog:
(article published February 2015 and updated) Cos Cob A […]
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Published on February 07, 2016 12:01 • 1 view
Rhys Ford Rhys Ford's blog:

Or scritch me.


This is Tam. You’ve all met him before. He’s about 15 pounds (a little over one stone) of black, muscular passive-aggressive aloofness. His head almost reaches the top of the couch cushions and he doesn’t like to be picked up.


He’s been diabetic for a while now but is ever so good ab...

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Published on February 07, 2016 21:25 • 4 views
James Wesley Rawles James Wesley Rawles's blog:

On February 8th, 1910, the Boy Scouts of America was incorporated. For 100 years, the BSA stood as a strong bulwark of conservative, libertarian, moral values. They successfully united boys from diverse backgrounds, different religions, and different ethnicities– uniting them based upon the princ...

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Published on February 07, 2016 22:35 • 1 view
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