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C.J. Carella C.J. Carella's blog:

Progress Report and Warp Marines Sale

I'm finishing up Harbinger of War, the second book of the Bicentennial War series. It's taken longer than I wanted but the end is nigh. Hope you enjoy it!

Meanwhile, I snagged Book Bub deal for Decisively Engaged, only for outside the US but it can't hurt. So the book is on sale for $0.99 or its f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 17:18
Amanda Marin Amanda Marin's blog:

North to Nara Finals in NJ Golden Leaf Contest

A few months ago, I nervously sent off my submission to the 2019 NJ Golden Leaf contest: printed and signed copies of my first published novel, North to Nara. Finding a category for North to fit in was a challenge--but the kind organizers of the contest helped me find a place: the Best First Book... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 17:08
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY

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CHAPTER 53

My week was spent in sleepless torment following my latest consultation, and then one morning I woke after an untroubled, unbroken night's sleep. It was as if the storm had passed. In retrospect, I would wish there had been an easier way. I likened it to recovering from a bout... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 16:30
Max Davine Max Davine's blog:

Electro Girl

“Electro Girl”

At The Butterfly Club
Max Davine

It’s 2018, and yet while science may have made leaps and bounds in understanding epilepsy in the past century, taking it from the days when it was associated with demonic possession and sufferers were often subjected to life threatening exorcism rites... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 16:26
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

“When you get to know a lot of people, you make a great discovery. You find that no one group has a monopoly on looks, brains, goodness or anything else. It takes all the people – black and white, Catholic, Jewish and Protestant, recent immigrants and Mayflower descendants – to make up America.”~... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 15:48
Laura M. Baird Laura M. Baird's blog:

Somber Sunday

I feel the need to ramble, to let my thoughts come forth no matter what's on my mind... But I'll spare you from the mundane, inconsequential, or sporadic spewing.
I will say, as time goes on, I'm seeing more and more the full circle of life. I knew these moments would arise, but I had hoped for wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 16:16
J.B. Salsbury J.B. Salsbury's blog:

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Jack & Sadie

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Sadie Slade was the love of my life.

I left for college promising her I’d be back in four years.
She stayed behind promising me she’d wait.
We both broke our promises.

When we bump into each other five years later my fee... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 16:15
Cate Corvin Cate Corvin's blog:

New Worlds, New Projects

Hey, bookwyrms! My new book series set in an urban fantasy/paranormal world goes live tomorrow, starting with Ill Will, a reverse harem bully romance. There’ll be vampires, stepbrothers, incubi, public humiliation, petty and not-so-petty vengeance, and other fun things of that nature. The second... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 15:49
Tia Sirrah Tia Sirrah's blog:

Debut Week

It's been a whirlwind the last couple of days. I'm truly thankful for all of you who have read my debut novel, Broken. Conner and Novalee have been on my mind since November of last year. I started writing it a few months ago and re-wrote it again, and again, and again. I am delighted with the fi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 14:55
Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi's blog:

Maher is a Different Child - Now on Kindle

Maher is a Different Child and Other Short Stories by Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi

Maher is a Different Child and Other Short Stories
A short story collection of three short stories by Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi
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First story: Maher is a Different Child.
Second Story: When Ziyad Traveled to France.
Third Story: The Poor Brand.
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Published on August 18, 2019 14:38
Jorge Pablo Guevara Jorge Pablo Guevara's blog:

Crisis Assistance

I have written Pr. Uili Solofa in Samoa about keeping the sabbath on Sunday instead of Saturday after the government changed sides on the International Date Line (IDL) by removing one day from the calendar. I told him that I have written a book about what the Sabbath in Israel says about the Inte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 14:22
Wayne J. Keeley Wayne J. Keeley's blog:

Pillow Talking's Review of Everything is F*cked

Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope

Review by Wayne J. Keeley

Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

There I was, browsing in one of the still extant, brick-and-mortar Barnes & Noble stores, when I came across the book Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope. At times a cont... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 14:11
M.F. Hopkins M.F. Hopkins's blog:

And the beat goes on...

As slow as I am writing, I did have a few spurts, which is good. Still writing Ramiel II: Book Two though. I think I may be 2/3's done with it. I'm loving Raymond's story, but I'm also looking forward to writing the next book, which will feature a m/m couple. While there are some light moments, a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:51
عبـــــــدالله خلــــــــيفة عبـــــــدالله خلــــــــيفة's blog:

♀الفقه والدكتاتورية المنزلية ⇦

لعل المسلمين لا يحتاجون إلى مثل حروب أوروبا في انتقالها من سيطرة الكنيسة إلى النظام البرلماني المكتمل،لأنه لو حدث فسوف يحتاجون إلى ثلاثة قرون من الحروب الأهلية لكي يحدث الإصلاح الديني الممهد للإصلاح السياسي وللتحديث.
فالمسلمون لم يعرفوا حكم الكنيسة، والآن فقط النظام الإيراني تورط في مسألة الحكم ا... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:47
Pat Dunlap Evans Pat Dunlap Evans's blog:

A Very Painful Party

Please see my blog at this link on my Web site.

Because of some spammers, I've had to move my blog off Goodreads, but I will post links here so that followers can see them.

Again, many thanks for reading and reviewing my work!

Pat Dunlap Evans
Pat Dunlap Evans
Author of:
To Leave a Memory by Pat Dunlap Evans TO LEAVE A MEMORY
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Out and In by Pat Dunlap EvansOUT AND IN (a mystery-... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:47
Shay Nolon Shay Nolon's blog:

Synopsis for new short story

Crazy Love
By
Shay Nolon

Kallie Whitmore and Javon Clarke are both talent agents with a long standing rivalry. Truth is, they can't stand one another. For Jovan, Kallie is too strait laced and snobby, while Kallie thinks Jovan is a self-absorbed playboy.

Despite their apparent dislike, it's hard t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:43
Nicole Gozdek Nicole Gozdek's blog:

Trefft mich auf meiner Lesung am 12.9. in Hamburg!

Prophezeiungen für Jedermann by Nicole GozdekSo häufig mache ich nicht Lesungen, daher bietet sich allen Interessierten aus und rund um Hamburg im September jetzt eine einmalige Gelegenheit, mich persönlich zu treffen und live lesen zu hören. Am 12. September ist es so weit und ich freue mich schon sehr darauf, dass ich in der Hamburger Bü... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:35
Dane Barrett Dane Barrett's blog:

Looking ahead

With my first proof copy on the way and being over halfway done with the Kindle conversion, I have been looking ahead for what to do next.

It will be science fiction, likely space travel/opera-style though I was thinking of going a slightly more "game-y" route to increase replayability of the book... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:34
Ginger Voight Ginger Voight's blog:

Let’s Talk About… Michael Hutchence, INXS and Giovanni Carnevale

This post is part of an ongoing Blog Series on my Patreon page about all my crushes, celebrity and personal, that have contributed to all the Book Boyfriends you know and love. The celebrity crushes are free to read, but only patrons get to read the private tales (confessions.) Check it out! And... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:26
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Civil Rights Events -- Selma Voting Rights Movement -- Clash of Wills

Sheriff Clark, his deputies, and his posse bar the main courthouse entrance on Alabama Avenue and herd the Blacks into a back alley out of sight (local whites, of course, are freely allowed in through the front door). In the alley, Blacks wait all day for a chance to fill out the voter applicatio... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:28
P.J. DeVere P.J. DeVere's blog:

Mississippi Book Festival

The Mississippi Book Festival was a wild success! This was my first time to attend, and I will be back. There were only two downsides to having a table set up in their Authors' Alley. One is that I had to miss the fabulous panelists and speakers including a freaking U.S. Supreme Court Justice! Th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:24
Deborah Lagarde Deborah Lagarde's blog:

Welcome to my Goodreads Blog!

The Prodigal Band Trilogy by Deborah Lagarde

Just got onto Goodreads a day or two ago and glad I am here. Several WordPress authors have blogs on Goodreads and a marketing campaign manager suggested I post to Goodreads, which is tied to Amazon and Kindle--most of my friends have Kindle Readers and the were wondering when I was going to put... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 12:50
Anthony Buck Anthony Buck's blog:

Welcome to my goodreads author page!

Hello and welcome to my Goodreads author blog. This is all very exciting. More updates soon (I'll probably wait for at least one person to start following these first!)
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:04
Christy Pastore Christy Pastore's blog:

Sweet Agony is coming October 3rd!

NEW → #TeaserAlert

🥃BLOGGERS sign up here → https://bit.ly/SweetAgonyTOURS

🥃Add it to your TBR here: http://bit.ly/SweetAgony_TBR

🥃Read the blurb here: https://christypastore-author.com/boo...

🥃Get ready to take a trip back to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail!

#PreOrder NOW!
Amazon → mybook.to/SweetAgony
Nook... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 13:00
Ted  Roberts Ted Roberts's blog:

Explanatory Notes - PART 1 - for Chapter 4 of "New Jerusalem, the Mother of us all!"

Explanatory Notes for Chapter 4
The Garden Bride (this will have to be broken up into two posts, for length is too long for only one)

*14. These are the First and Second Works of God; or, the First and Second Covenants...
This Explanatory Note is a follow-up to an earlier Explanatory Note, for chapt... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 12:52
Linda M. Au Linda M. Au's blog:

Yoo hoo! Is this thing on?

I have been chained to my desk so long now that I’m starting to feel like a character in a depressing Charles Dickens novel. If a bunch of orphans in ratty clothes start gathering around me and singing in Cockney accents, I’ll know it’s time to find a way out of this home office.

Until then, thoug...

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Published on August 15, 2019 19:51
Tamir A. Shaw Tamir A. Shaw's blog:

Twisted Virtues: Complex Lives Excerpt

Twisted Virtues Complex Lives by Tamir A. Shaw
The drive home from the hideout was difficult. Neither Rakael nor Levi knew what would transpire next. No one knew what to say so they sat quietly engrossed in their private thoughts until Levi unexpectedly pulled over.
Rakael turned to him, “Is something wrong, Levi?” Levi ran both his hands ov... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 12:52
Alan Kinross Alan Kinross's blog:

What is horror?

In my humble, uneducated opinion, the horror genre should never be considered a comfortable read. It should terrify or disgust the reader - or both. That is the nature of true horror.

Horror has been defined as something that is repulsive to the intellect or the mores of society. When entering th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 11:59
Saal Baraan Saal Baraan's blog:

Poem about aging and isolation

Of Myriad Paths

Her home lies across Henderson port.
The ships here chase the sun inland
From east to west and back to east,
a pendulum in a grandfather clock.
Each turn portends finality, but
swings back to begin afresh.
No dock for her eyes, just passing boats,
sleepy giants floating away.
A dim candle... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 11:57
Chrissy Kolaya Chrissy Kolaya's blog:

New Book!

UPDATE:

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Published on July 01, 2019 07:06
Samie Foster Samie Foster's blog:

Alice: Winter's Story is Now Being Posted in Audio Form

Hi there. It's been a busy two weeks with my day job and just general bad luck. So I apologize for not sharing anything last week. I just didn't have the time to post or a lot to share. But I do have a little something to share this week. The first two parts of the Audio Story version of Alice: W... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 11:26
Ramona Kiyoshk Ramona Kiyoshk's blog:

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When five Joseph siblings are sent to residential school, the carefree life on thei... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 11:09
Shannon Heuston Shannon Heuston's blog:

The Back Story Behind SINS OF THE CHILD

It’s that time of year again. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W6S1GC8, my newest offering, Sins of the Child, is available for pre-order in the Kindle store. The E-book will be launched to all markets for $2.99 on August 29th. It will also be available in paperback for $7.99. I’ve been a bit remiss... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 18, 2019 11:09
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