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Patrick Rothfuss Patrick Rothfuss's blog:

So let me tell you a story.

Years ago, I met someone named Hank Green in an accidental way through social media. I’d watched a couple of his videos and liked them. He’d read my book and enjoyed it. He offered to help out with my charity. I offered to help out with his.

I didn’t know him very well...

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Published on September 03, 2015 02:42 • 2 views
Cinda Williams Chima Cinda Williams Chima's blog:
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Published on August 31, 2015 08:46 • 1 view
Anton Strout Anton Strout's blog:
Wed, 12:45 : I'm more ridiculously happy for this bit of @bbcdoctorwho Christmas Special news than I have a right to be #RiverSong http://t.co/cOAWCiScZ9 Wed, 13:51 : RT @OandFPodcast: Who else is excited to hear that River Song will be in the @bbcdoctorwho Christmas Special? Just us? http://t.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:03 • 1 view
Kim Harrison Kim Harrison's blog:

If you missed my happy-dance yesterday over at FB, Amazon has chosen The Drafter as one of it’s TOP PICKS for September for SF and Fantasy. Thank you, Amazon! It is a real honor to have my work be recognized in a genre that I love. (Even better, it’s only 14.00. The e-book price will drop when th...

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Published on September 03, 2015 06:24 • 1 view
Diana Gabaldon Diana Gabaldon's blog:

Sassenach-scriptMost of you have probably heard that I’m writing a script for one of the episodes of Season Two for the Outlander/Starz TV series. This is new and interesting—I’ve written comic book scripts for Walt Disney (waaaay back in the late 70′s) and I’ve written the script for a graphic novel (THE EXILE—...

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Published on September 03, 2015 05:35 • 2 views
Stephen Paul Schwertley Stephen Paul Schwertley's blog:
Preview for the next book in my Heartland Series

Hatred runs deep when your friends are killed, even if you are a terrorist! An attack on the central United States killed thousands of Americans but also cost the lives of most of the fanatics. Not satisfied with the damage already done, the survivi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 13:45 • 31 views
Sue Julsen Sue Julsen's blog:
I am a true crime, memoir, and crime fiction author. Most of my books are based on true events from my own life, or from stories shared by my friends. Some are heartbreaking, others are heartwarming.

Bitter Memories A Memoir of Heartache & Survival (Bitter Memories, #1) by Sue Julsen Bitter Memories is the first in this six book series.

PROLOGUE

I watch them. Strangers walking d...

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Published on September 03, 2015 13:37 • 30 views
Michelle Hass Michelle Hass's blog:
From Fifteen to Freedom, Orphaned, Wild, Lost and Lonely, Has my life been just a Fairytale?

I identify myself as a faithful follower of Christ, chosen in accordance with God's wisdom to proclaim freely a righteous cause— healing after abortion.
When it comes to my passion towards helping other... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 13:33 • 12 views
Eleanor Parker Sapia Eleanor Parker Sapia's blog:
03 Thursday, Sep 2015

I first learned about healing from my grandmother and mother, both deceased, and from an aunt, my oldest living relative who was married to my uncle. They taught me which saint to pray to depending on the need and prayer request, what offerings each saint enjoys, and which he... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 13:10 • 22 views
Paul Varner Paul Varner's blog:
WOLF AND MASTIFF!
Babe Rourke and Angus Cairn are two giants among men whose similarly large reputations make them adversaries before they actually meet. Their enmity goes through several permutations after a chance encounter occurs in a cabin in the pines. (Definitive text from The Overland Kid,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 12:55 • 18 views
Lucian Bane Lucian Bane's blog:
Hi everyone,
Stopping in to say hello before I go back to my vacation. Hope you're having a great day. Anyone remember this picture? When it was from?

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Published on September 03, 2015 12:51 • 108 views
K.   Larsen K. Larsen's blog:
So Jezebel is on Sale for a LIMITED TIME!

Run! Spread the word! Dive in!


GRAB IT HERE
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Published on September 03, 2015 12:44 • 3 views
Sharon Kay Penman Sharon Kay Penman's blog:
September 3rd is another one of those days when a lot was happening from a historical standpoint, although only one such happening was medieval. On September 3, 1192, Richard I and Saladin signed the peace treaty (actually a truce) that officially ended the Third Crusade and gave Christians acces... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 12:21 • 6 views
Jack L. Pyke Jack L. Pyke's blog:
Don't... by Jack L. PykeMy BDSM psychological thriller: Don't..., starts its free serialisation today with Forbidden Fiction. This means that anyone who is a member with Forbidden Fiction's publishing website can get access to read Don't -- for free -- via weekly chapters.

There's also loads of opportunity to ask any qu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 11:56 • 6 views
The New Message from God The New Message from God's blog:
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God has spoken again.

God has spoken again because the world is facing its greatest travails, its most difficult challenges.

The human family has created an environmental calamity that has the power to undermine its civilization—a calamity of many factors; a calamity that will alter your environmen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 11:14 • 35 views
Sydney Landon Sydney Landon's blog:
WATCH OVER ME IS NOW AVAILABLE!!

What people are saying:

THE BEST ONE YET!
By Rough Draft Book Blog on September 1, 2015

Watch Over Me by Sydney Landon
Dominic & Gwen

Just when you think the Danvers series can't get any better, Sydney puts out a new brilliant book. This one seemed even more edgy a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 10:52 • 9 views
Don Viecelli Don Viecelli's blog:
I have a new promotion for some of my Sci-Fi Ebooks: Buy One, Get One Free. See my Press Release for more details.

http://www.prunderground.com/don-viec...
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Published on September 03, 2015 10:21 • 5 views
David  Whelan David Whelan's blog:
Doing my internet rounds this week I came across some good news for sci-fi fans. After years of recession and production cutbacks, we are finally starting to get the good old fashioned space based sci-fi back to our screens. The day of Stargate and Star Trek were numbered because of high producti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 10:15 • 40 views
Nicole Sager Nicole Sager's blog:
Hey readers! Check out my newest release!

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...

Happy reading!
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Published on September 03, 2015 10:04 • 9 views
Kathleen Kole Kathleen Kole's blog:
Sitting down to work on my manuscript for my new novel being published this Fall and suddenly realizing it has been six months since we moved into our new home!

I remember the mixture of feelings I was experiencing upon our move from our former house and am now thinking how brilliant it is that, i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 09:59 • 8 views
David W. Robbins David W. Robbins's blog:
Rich Little Piggy by David W. Robbins
Ok, so we’ve all heard about the “1%”. You know, the big, mean, rich and powerful elites who rule the world. The ones who step on our heads and hold us down, keeping us in poverty. They sip Champagne and eat caviar in the back seat of their Bentley or Rolls Royce…laughing as their chauffer drive... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 09:58 • 15 views
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:
Good morning, it's a brave new month -- big gorgeous September, filled with Tennessee, London, Florida -- and small breathers in between, so I'm good to go --
I've got a male-type birthday coming up. The bad thing is he has everything. The good thing is he's always polite, no matter the present.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 09:53 • 7 views
Eric S. Kabakoff Eric S. Kabakoff's blog:
Soon after my Author Talk at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, I hopped an Amtrak train and took a seat in their Quiet Car, aka “Mankind’s Greatest Invention.” The train choo-chooed to New York City’s Penn Station, and then it was a quick cab ride home followed by a major-league sprint to the s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 09:15 • 92 views
Philippa Gregory Philippa Gregory's blog:
The Taming of the Queen (The Tudor Court, #4) by Philippa GregoryOn the 26th September I will be taking part in the Radio Times Festival at one of my favourite historic sites, Hampton Court. I’ll be discussing my new novel The Taming of the Queen. How nice it will be to discuss my heroine Kateryn Parr at the very place where she lived as queen. Here’s the lin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 09:12 • 11 views
Victoria Paige Victoria Paige's blog:
Review copies are here! I removed the advanced because I hope to publish next week.

A Love For Always (Always, #3) by Victoria Paige


Target publishing date: September 10, 2015
Genre: Romantic suspense
Available formats: ePub, Mobi (kindle), PDF
Note: Explicit sexual content and language. Second-chance, friends to lovers romance. Can be read as st... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 08:54 • 14 views
Douglas E. Richards Douglas E. Richards's blog:
Hi. My new novel, Split Second, is now available. Here is a synopsis.

The breathtaking new thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of WIRED.

What if you found a way to send something back in time? But not millions of years back, to the age of the dinosaur. Not a day back. Not even a min... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 08:48 • 6 views
Pamela Poole Pamela Poole's blog:
People Are Drawn to Creativity.


To attract an audience, you’ll need to stand out in a crowd. Authors who have searched online for guarantees of success in their book signings know there isn’t a magic formula. The things some writers claim work for them is negated by others. When I planned my first... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 06:44 • 33 views
Aer-ki Jyr Aer-ki Jyr's blog:
First off, in the United States, courts cannot make laws, so anyone who says abortion is the law of the land doesn't have a clue. What you have is government corruption run amuck, and they pass that off as 'law' when it isn't.

But when you get to the debate over what abortion is and is it right, n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 06:42 • 47 views
Emily K. Murphy Emily K. Murphy's blog:
Last week's segment on conjoined twins left us in the 1800s, which is when the general populace became aware of the phenomenon thanks to a popular pair of brothers.

Chang and Eng were born joined at the hip in Siam in 1811. They left for the US in their late teens. They had a good run in the circu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 06:40 • 9 views
David J. Gibbs David J. Gibbs's blog:
This issue has my story 'Mr. Garret's Interview' in it. This was a themed issue about things that haunt. It could be a bad decision or a mistake made in someone's lifetime.

This story was recounted by an elderly woman who was being interviewed. What she had to say was definitely haunting...

Free d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 06:31 • 21 views
Charles Hash Charles Hash's blog:
I wonder exactly why I am doing this. What do I hope to accomplish? Do I just want some fleeting attention? Do I want fame, fortune, and all of the pressure that comes with it? Why would anyone seek to be put into a cage, to be put on display for gawkers and critics alike, poked at and dissected... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 06:18 • 62 views
Angela Gascoigne Angela Gascoigne's blog:
Book worms! Please find an excerpt of my latest book: The Caravan of Love by Annie Lancaster. Memoir/journal

PRESENT DAY

JULY 2005
As I sit on the plane, flying home to Cork from England, with my husband Tom and youngest son, Robin at either side of me I doze off. Getting up at 5.30am is my worst n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:53 • 75 views
Susie Duncan Sexton Susie Duncan Sexton's blog:
description I highly recommend you read this important article - I've been saying this for quite a while now ...

How China purchased a prime cut of America’s pork industry

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Indiana scrambling like the devil to become the pork king of the United States through such transactions - just what I feared is going to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:39 • 152 views
Adam   Wasserman Adam Wasserman's blog:
Greetings, citizens. My name is – well, that's not really important right now. What is important is that you're tuned in to the latest dispatch from Today's Edition!

FIENDIST PLOT TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE THWARTED! A quality control engineer at a pencil factory in V-13 sector was arrested several dayst... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:33 • 25 views
Michael Ridpath Michael Ridpath's blog:
Shadows of War by Michael Ridpath

After many months of hard research, and a year of enjoyable writing, I am very pleased to announce that my latest novel has just been published. The title is Shadows of War and it is a Second World War spy thriller – a sequel to Traitor’s Gate.

We all know that the Duke of Windsor was a Nazi symp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:21 • 9 views
Judy Nichols Judy Nichols's blog:
Judy Nichols is the author of several mysteries available on Amazon.


CBS has just announced the cancellation of its series “Under the Dome,” based on the book of the same name by Stephen King.

Since 2013, Under the Dome was filmed here in Wilmington, which is why I watched it. I think they filmed... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:16 • 130 views
Beau Johnston Beau Johnston's blog:
The Phonetic Alphabet is the only reliable way of pronouncing the letters of the alphabet so everybody understands what’s being said. I had to learn the Phonetic Alphabet in my early teens, because I was a member of the local Bushfire Brigade, and the local search and rescue team. Both organisati... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:15 • 9 views
Maris Black Maris Black's blog:
I know tons of you know and love Michael Kage from the Kage Trilogy by Maris Black, what if you had a chance to ask him some questions? Well you better get your questions ready, because next Thursday is your chance, Kage will be having a live interview for an hour to answer your questions, so see... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 05:06 • 9 views
Java Davis Java Davis's blog:
My latest blog post sharing the carry-on rules from American Airlines: http://theroadtripwriter.com/american...
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Published on September 03, 2015 04:44 • 57 views
Paloma Aínsa Paloma Aínsa's blog:
Challenge Participant
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Published on September 03, 2015 04:35 • 6 views
Paul Zunckel Paul Zunckel's blog:
To write or not to write, that is the question, and the same applies to my blog...what I need is inspiration and guess what, I got it from Darkest Africa, and I mean that literally, we experienced one of the longest blackout that we have had, and blackouts are no stranger in this part of the worl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 04:12 • 46 views
T. Gilling T. Gilling's blog:
The book The STREAM TONE: The Future of Personal Computing? very probably contains a number of imperfections and inconsistencies, which are due to simple human error, the extended period of time over which the book was written, and the use of the Web as the book's primary information source.

Err... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 03, 2015 02:36 • 3 views
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