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Judith Furedi Judith Furedi's blog:
I think you'll find it very interesting and fun!

http://writermyst.wordpress.com

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Published on April 24, 2014 13:04 • 1 view
John A. Little John A. Little's blog:
BECKETT THE CRICKETER

Far from planning obscure plays based on the philosophy of Descartes, Samuel Beckett's student years were spent playing sport. He played rugby and tennis at school and was a handicap golfer at university. In his teens he liked nothing more than to careen recklessly over the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 12:53 • 6 views
Tiffany Reisz Tiffany Reisz's blog:
Hi UK Sinners!

THE SIREN is still only 20p at your UK Kindle store. Make everyone you know buy a copy. Especially if they know Prince Harry.

And if they know Prince Harry, tell him to call me.

Link here --> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Siren-Origina...
The Siren
The Siren (The Original Sinners #1)

Also, don't forget "The Last Good Knigh... Read more of this blog post »
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Anastasia Faith Anastasia Faith's blog:
For Immediate Release
Date: 4/10/2013
Contact: Anastasia Faith, 615-545-8324, Anastasiafaith92@gmail.com

Relaunch of Self-Published Dystopian for Teens
“For the Future Generations” - Independently Published Novel by Author Anastasia Faith Now Available
Franklin, TN, USA – Independent author Anastasi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:54 • 1 view
Jackson Radcliffe Jackson Radcliffe's blog:
I’m a keen yoga dude, so a few years ago I decided to read the ultimate yoga book. The Yoga Sutras is the Bible of yoga. It was written two thousand years ago by the sage Patanjali.

I read the book and it confused me. The more I read, the less I understood. It didn’t seem to be about yoga at all.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:49 • 17 views
Jess E. Owen Jess E. Owen's blog:
Thanks to my give away winners for waiting patiently. Your books are finally on the wing!

I'm working on the third book in the Summer King Chronicles, among other things... there will be FOUR books total in the series...hopefully wrapping the whole thing up in 2015. Watch for 'em!
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:43 • 7 views
Airicka Phoenix Airicka Phoenix's blog:
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They took everything from her. Now the weapon they created will stop at nothing to get justice.

Touching Smoke (book 1)
Touching Fire (book 2)
Touching Eternity (Prequel)
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:38 • 7 views
Edward  Parker Edward Parker's blog:
My new novel VISCOID will be published soon as a Kindle eBook. VISCOID is a dark, bloody, and menacing horror novel. If you liked my previous novel BLOOD TIDE, then this should be for you.

Want to know what VISCOID is all about? Read on...

VISCOID – horror has a new essence...

MURDER
Mist settles...... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:36 • 18 views
B.D. Hawkey B.D. Hawkey's blog:
I’m starting to feel excited. After a short period of enforced rest (thanks to an emergency operation) things are starting to look brighter – and it’s not just because the sun has decided to shine in England.

What is the reason for my excitement? My second book has taken its first shallow breaths!... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:24 • 19 views
Jennifer    Thompson Jennifer Thompson's blog:
The life of a writer gets better day by day. I know the high has to stop sometime but for right now it’s a wild ride up hill. I snuck on to twitter and had so many re-tweets of all my links and a lot of response here now on my book blog. Ok, honestly, I cried! I felt the need to cry from the over... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 11:14 • 22 views
Kat Gracey Kat Gracey's blog:
Werewolves of Eden is free between april 24th and april 28th! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Werewolves-Ed... Read more of this blog post »
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Peter Prasad Peter Prasad's blog:
Loved the read. Characters leap off the pages. Escapist modern beach read, complete with a scoop of the paranormal. Five-star thriller, with blood-chilling villains that make Iago seem tame. This is a very exciting tale, written in superb style with real panache. Reminds me how surprising novels... Read more of this blog post »
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Stephen R. Bown Stephen R. Bown's blog:
I came upon this quote from an Inuit Angakoq while researching my biography of the famous Danish ethnographer and explorer Knud Rasmussen.

"All true wisdom is only to be found far from the dwellings of men, in the
great solitudes; and it can only be attained through suffering. Suffering
and privat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 10:37 • 6 views
Vic  Parsons Vic Parsons's blog:
Several people have asked why I have Frank Dickens indulge in soliloquies throughout the book Lesser Expectations. The fact is, there is virtually nothing on the record that indicates Frank's frame of mind. I have invented, put myself in his place, to imagine how he must have felt at various time... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 10:29 • 6 views
Amanda Hamm Amanda Hamm's blog:
The character of Luke Foster was created almost as an act of defiance. I have occasionally been criticized for writing people who are “too nice.” The rationale being that the characters are unrealistic or that there isn’t enough conflict when everyone gets along. I’ve typically found these opinio... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 10:27 • 16 views
Carl McKever Carl McKever's blog:
Today, I would like to shed some hidden light to my audience about the funds required for an author to be successful. Please do not become discouraged by this post or feel that being an author is a bad thing. I was so excited, when I wrote my first book, that I did not carefully take the time to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 10:16 • 14 views
Michael  Wall Michael Wall's blog:

Joseph François Michaud has written in the 3 volume work entitled, “History of the Crusades”, some very interesting information. Michuad MAIZE crop


On page 182, in volume 2, Michaud writes about the enrichment of the fields and gardens of France and Italy by the introduction of some plants that were before that tim...

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Published on April 17, 2014 10:07 • 10 views
L.M. Ironside L.M. Ironside's blog:
This probably makes me an old-school purist, possibly of the annoying sort, but I LOVE an illustrated/painted cover for historical fiction. First of all, it's hard to find accurate costumes and it's tough to style your models appropriately to get a photograph that feels true to your time and sett... Read more of this blog post »
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Ann  Simpson Ann Simpson's blog:
This is the first chapter of The Warned, book 3 of the Dark Guests Series. I'd love some feedback. This is an unedited version, I'm looking for reader interest.

Would anyone care to read more of this story after reading the first chapter?

Thanks for viewing!

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Published on April 24, 2014 09:43 • 33 views
Danielle L. Jensen Danielle L. Jensen's blog:
Question for all you avid readers: what sort of contests/giveaways do you like best?

Obviously I'm not in a position to reveal secrets about what happens in book 2, but what other stuff would you like? Signed and annotated copies of Stolen Songbird? Skype chats? Swag? Vials of blood?

Write your su... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:59 • 35 views
Jennifer Adele Jennifer Adele's blog:
The Bone GathererThe paperback print edition of "The Bone Gatherer" is now available for purchase on Amazon.com!!! Enter the undead!!! Are you ready?...

http://www.amazon.com/Bone-Gatherer-J... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:52 • 6 views
Janalyn Robnett Janalyn Robnett's blog:
1,984 words this morning for Book II, A five star review on NOOK, Goodreads Blog now hooked up to my Amazon Author Page, and now... the first payment sent off to artist for the second book cover. In the works! Yes, I'd say I'm starting out on a very good note today! :D
"I'm walking on sunshine!! O... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:50 • 8 views
Laura Whiskens Laura Whiskens's blog:
I have always loved listening to stories Mum told me about her childhood and my own.

Today she told me a story about when I was a little girl. She said I always called my Granddad by his name, Sam, and he loved that I was a 'copper top' like him (the only other red-head in our large family).

She s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:48 • 20 views
Josiah  Bancroft Josiah Bancroft's blog:
Before publishing Senlin Ascends in February of 2013, I released the three parts of the novel separately over the course of several months. Serializing the book served two purposes. First, it gave Senlin a chance to attract a readership, particularly those readers who prefer to read shorter works... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:46 • 8 views
Janny Wurts Janny Wurts's blog:
Announcing the unabridged audio book release for Daughter of the Empire, narrated by Tania Roduigues - a spectacular voice performance bringing Lady Mara to life.

Servant and Mistress of the Empire will follow.

Links to audible:

Audible UK - http://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Sci-Fi-Fa... JXXC3G/ref=a_search_c4_1_4_srTtl?qid=1397077114&sr=1-4... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:38 • 15 views
Michelle Junot Michelle Junot's blog:
I’ve been working hard on this website redesign and launching my first book (and the floor was always lava,available May 9), and in doing so, I found this blog that was never published from November 2012. It got caught in “draft-purgatory” on my phone. The basic set up: I thought I was sick. I go... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2014 10:00 • 3 views
Pringadi Abdi Pringadi Abdi's blog:
Cinta Pertama

Takdir kita ditulis, sejak kau angkat teleponku, "Halo, kau
adalah cinta pertamaku, apa kau mau jadi cinta terakhirku?"

Tapi diam tak pernah menjadi bahasa terbaik bagi kita
untuk membincangkan angan-angan yang cenderung rapuh
Sebuah pijakan lemah anak lelaki kurus saja akan mudah
mematah... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2014 23:16 • 4 views
Jordan Deen Jordan Deen's blog:
Hey everyone,

Have you read 'The Crescent'? What about 'Half Moon'?

For a limited time, if you go to Amazon and leave a new review for one of these two books, I will send you your choice of the following:

1) Some signed swag
2) An e-copy of 'Breaking Lauren'
3) An e copy of 'Losing Lauren'

The Crescen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:26 • 59 views
A.M. Madden A.M. Madden's blog:
Join us… April 30th 7-midnight...

https://www.facebook.com/events/29424...
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:25 • 10 views
Aidan Moher Aidan Moher's blog:
Stone of Farewell by Tad Williams

Art by Kerem Beyit


News broke earlier this month that after a 21 year absence, Tad Williams is returning to Osten Ard, the fantastical world that put him on the fantasy map, with The Last King of Osten Ard, a sequel trilogy to his enormously popular and influential epic fantasy, Memory, Sorrow, an...

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Published on April 23, 2014 16:47 • 7 views
Emily Giffin Emily Giffin's blog:
Less than a month until THE ONE & ONLY arrives! Watch the trailer here: https://www.goodreads.com/videos/6374...
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Published on April 24, 2014 08:16 • 17 views
Heather    Leigh Heather Leigh's blog:
Good Morning everyone!!

I'm happy to note that I'm looking at end of May/ beginning of June for the release of the 2nd book of the Condemned Angels MC Series, Ride Hard!! Make sure you're caught up and read Burning Desire, and add Ride Hard to your TBR list!
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Aria J. Wolfe Aria J. Wolfe's blog:

Well, The Coalition has been given wings, and it has flown! As of last night, it was officially released into the hands of thousands. My hope is that it will not only be enjoyed, but be one of those novels that make you sigh at the turning of the last page. The kind of story that makes you think...

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Published on April 23, 2014 09:19 • 8 views
Charlie Gilkey Charlie Gilkey's blog:

In the last part of this short series on founder’s mojo, we discussed that the founder’s most important job was to focus on their biggest business growth opportunities, but they’re usually not doing this because they’re wearing far too many hats.


Past a certain stage of business, it’s impossible f...

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Published on April 23, 2014 08:00 • 12 views
Carla Jean Whitley Carla Jean Whitley's blog:

I’m in the process of becomingtrained as a yoga teacher, and the nine-month-long trainingincludeswriting a number of papers. I’ll post them here because, well, that’s what I do.


The first two wereobservations on yamas and niyamas. This is my yama paper, which I wrote earlier this month.


Today’s t...

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Published on April 24, 2014 08:06 • 6 views
M.S. Parker M.S. Parker's blog:

Excited to let you know that Club Prive Book 2 is now available on Amazon. Click Here to check it out. Read more of this blog post »
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N.J. Layouni N.J. Layouni's blog:
Look what I'm uploading to Amazon. Ladies and gentlemen, meet my MC Martha:


Yep! 'Traveler' will be going live very soon. I'm aiming for Monday...if I can wait that long!

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Diane DeBella Diane DeBella's blog:

I hope you enjoy Jen Rubin’s entry for the #iamsubject project. I certainly did. To learn more about the #iamsubject project and how to submit your own #iamsubject story, click here.


“Manslaughter” by Jen Rubin


When I was 23 I thought I killed a woman. I was convinced of this by the Ann Arbor Polic...

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Published on April 23, 2014 19:31 • 6 views
Vicki A. Davis Vicki A. Davis's blog:

Amin Saberi and Anne Trumbore recently talked with Vicki Davis on episode #67 of Every Classroom Matters about encouraging creativity. Only 17%of creativesfelt a teacher had taught them to be creative. As our economy moves away from the industrial workforce, into the information age and beyond, t...

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Robbie Thomas Robbie Thomas's blog:
Parasylum Parasylum"Entertaining Chamber of Horrors"

By Mike Ricksecker Star Of My Ghost Story and The Haunted On Animal Planet Channel (Pasadena, MD USA)

The open doors of the cursed Grandview Asylum await you in Robbie Thomas' chiller, Parasylum. With an ending completely unexpected, screams and plot twi... Read more of this blog post »
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C.J. Jessop C.J. Jessop's blog:
Picture I thought I'd celebrate my first foray into self-publishing with a competition, as well as promoting a new offering from the people who publish Dark Futures. The new venture is Phase 2 which will e-publish the best of the fiction from Dark Futures. I was honoured to be the first writer published... Read more of this blog post »
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Ray  Edwards Ray Edwards's blog:
In 1998 I was still working, commuting from Cambridge into London. It is about this time that I began to get incensed at the way the country was being run by the New Labour government and Blair's forays into other peoples wars.

It was during this time that the New Labour government started treatin... Read more of this blog post »
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Eli Glasman Eli Glasman's blog:

I was brought up as an orthodox Jew, however at the age of seventeen, I found that the religious life wasn’t for me.


University was the first time that I socialized with non-Jewish people. I felt like I had a fresh start on building my identity, as nobody knew me as an orthodox Jew, so to act in a...

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Amy Leigh Napier Amy Leigh Napier's blog:

This is my very first blog post. I currently have no followers so I will write like I have oodles of people who care. :).


I’ve always been an avid reader. And by avid, I mean I hid in the bathroom with the door locked so I could read in peace. My poor parents probably thought I had gastrointestina...

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Domino Finn Domino Finn's blog:

Welcome to my series on Pixar’s now-famous 22 Rules of Storytelling. I don’t religiously follow all of these like they’re story commandments, but I do happen to agree with many of them. I thought it might be fun to examine why and explain what each means to me. You can start at the beginning here...

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