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Peter J. Azzole Peter J. Azzole's blog:

ASSIGNMENT: PEENEMUNDE

You can get a peek at the front and back covers currently planned for this one at:

https://www.pjazzoleauthor.com/

Still on track for a September release!

Happy 4th!
Pete
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Published on July 04, 2020 11:33
Ann Gaylia O'Barr Ann Gaylia O'Barr's blog:

Choose A Stable Genius

John Bolton’s book The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir has been available for pre order for some time. Reviews are prominent. I don’t plan to read it. Bolton has been accused of holding back for a money-making book what he should have shared during the impeachment hearings for President Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:07
Francis Mont Francis Mont's blog:

Is this a tipping point?

According to the Wikipedia definition: “In sociology, a tipping point is a point in time when a group—or many group members—rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting a previously rare practice.”

If we are, then we have two choices: Either we make the necessary changes to behav Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 11:20
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

You Can’t Tell Me What To Do! – Part 3


Am I a Good Pastor to My Flock? – The Sequel

Who can give us the answer to that question, Brother Pastors? Everyone has an opinion; but we will never amount to anything of substance, if we follow opinions.


To discover the only true answer, we need to ask how we became a pastor. The

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Published on July 04, 2020 09:01
Patrick Finegan Patrick Finegan's blog:

Fraudulent Book Review Services – Enas Reviews

Enas Reviews - Pfishing Site

As long as I'm posting about Elite Choice Book Awards and other fraudulent book marketing services, Enas Reviews is still taking orders despite effectively ceasing operation more than a year ago. https://www.enasreviews.com

$29.99 per promised but never delivered review. Not a bad racket for one-time Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 11:03
Julie Fortenberry Julie Fortenberry's blog:

Learn to dance like Pearl!

My little dancer in Preschool Goes To Preschool is based on my daughter, Annie. Follow along with Annie and learn a few ballet steps here https://youtu.be/R28W7sPo9Ws


Pearl Goes to Preschool by Julie Fortenberry Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:54
Manisha Gala Manisha Gala's blog:

My new book!!

Presenting my latest Gujarati novel Vaarasdaar!!

Available for free download on your Kindle app for two days (From Saturday (4/7/20) 1pm to Monday (6/7/20) 12pm)

Happy reading!!
- Manisha Gala

Amazon link for Vaarasdaar book: https://www.amazon.in/Vaarasdaar-%E0%... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:46
David G. Cookson David G. Cookson's blog:

Bit By Bit

Bit by Bit: How Video Games Transformed Our World Bit by Bit: How Video Games Transformed Our World by Andrew Ervin

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


In a breezy little book, we go through a 15 chapter survey tour of both the history and the impact of video games on our culture, exploring the role they have served in our lives, debating the big questions l Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:44
C.S. Poe C.S. Poe's blog:

June 2020 Reads


2020 has been a hell of a year so far, hasn't it? I'm just happy I'm getting any pleasure reading done at this point! Despite the pandemic, cancelled work conventions, and a delay in my own moving plans, I'm healthy and still going strong on my production schedule, so I really can't complain.

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Published on July 04, 2020 10:37
Greg  Watson Greg Watson's blog:

Happy Independence Day!

Wishing everyone in the States a Happy Independence Day!

And wishing everyone freedom around the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss_rk...
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:37
Alex   James Alex James's blog:

Harsh Realities by CG Hatton - 5/5 Stars

Harsh Realities (Thieves

‘Confidentiality at a premium, clandestine seclusion guaranteed.’

The story up to now – the nature of the beast

‘There’s an organisation …’

Book one: there was a bounty on Hilyer, rough-around-the-edges field operative of the Thieves’ Guild (TG). Book two: there was a bounty on Luka (LC) Anderton, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:34
Alyson Serena Stone Alyson Serena Stone's blog:

New Youtube Video: Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

New Youtube Video:
Link: https://youtu.be/ogoss2K92_w
Description:
This week I am doing the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020! 2020 has been a very interesting year, so it’s been kind of an interesting reading year.
Subscribe, like, comment…You know what to do. Let me know what you want to see and I w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:30
Arron Sidell Arron Sidell's blog:

oldest book

The Diamond Sutra is the world's oldest known printed book. It was 'made' in AD 868. Seven strips of yellow-stained paper were printed from carved wooden blocks and pasted together to form a scroll over 5 m long.
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Published on July 04, 2020 10:29
Jay N. Forrest Jay N. Forrest's blog:

Interdependence Day

The Buddha said, “from the arising of this, that arises” (Udana 1.3). What did he mean? He was talking about how all things are interdependent and interconnected. No one is an island. The 4th of July is when the United States celebrates its independence from Britain. All people and nations must grow

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Published on July 04, 2020 02:00
E.P. Clark E.P. Clark's blog:

Running down Memory Lane to Russia, Plus Hot Reads and Cool Freebies

Hi Everyone!

I hope you are enjoying your 4th of July if you're in the US, and staying cool if you're anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. If you're Down Under, I hope the winter is being reasonably mild and pleasant.

Speaking of cooler climes, Facebook is reminding me that ten years ago I traveled by Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 09:44
Erica Marie Hogan Erica Marie Hogan's blog:

The Start of Something New …

I have gone over and over what I want to say in this post. But I guess I should start with the obvious.


By the Book: Diary of a Bookaholic is no more. Other Worlds is no more.


I have transformed By the Book into a brand new blog with an entirely different theme. This decision was a long time coming. A

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Published on July 04, 2020 09:27
Alexandria Goodall Alexandria Goodall's blog:

Ochre House, Newfoundland

In a world of unknowns, I feel grounded in the people and places I choose to call home. Whether that entails a moment in time, words of wisdom from a loved one, the feeling you get in a person’s presence, or the sudden change in the energy around you, home is what you make of it. My first truly spon Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 09:30
Rick Brindle Rick Brindle's blog:

Maxwell Diabolo

The latest post on my weblog

https://rickbrindleauthor.blogspot.co...
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Published on July 04, 2020 09:24
Erik Handy Erik Handy's blog:

Hell of the Dead

NONSTOP ZOMBIE ACTION!

A priest protecting a woman and her child.

A police chief protecting himself.

A death cult hunting their next sacrifice.

The dead rising to collect revenge!

Erik Handy, the author of Dead Pool and The Creeping City, brings you unrelenting terror at its best.

Steamy jungles. Tons of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 09:12
Katherine Silva Katherine Silva's blog:

This Book is Full of Spiders: A Review

This Book Is Full of Spiders by David Wong


Oh my god. Wow. Where to begin?


My book tastes are all over the place. Of course,  most people know that my affinity is for the weird and wonderful: horror, fantasy, suspense, humor… you name it. If it has a unique voice, a plot that I can’t anticipate, and memorable characters, I’m onboard for s

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Published on July 04, 2020 08:41
Jeff Nelligan Jeff Nelligan's blog:

Assess, Adapt, Advance

The following is an excerpt from my book; Tales From the Swamp: Five Lessons of Successful Politicians – Notes of a Fixer.

“The only way around this thing is straight through it.”
Successful campaigns and events, just like successful politicians, are a feature of the Swamp. Yet sometimes a plan is u Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:53
Marietta Standlee Marietta Standlee's blog:

Need Title

So, my niece asked me to write her a historical fiction book -totally out of my comfort zone. But I am working on it.
And I have to admit, I am having a ton of fun with it. But even more than usual, I cannot figure out a title.
The book takes place during the Wars of the Roses, following the turmoil Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:36
Ruby Fitzgerald Ruby Fitzgerald's blog:

The USA

It’s the Fourth of July, and with the state of the USA right now (Covid-19 quarantine, Black Lives Matter Protests, political unrest, accusations of violence and racism) you might be feeling somewhat guilty for wanting to celebrate this weekend. You might have conflicted feelings about uplifting the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:33
Jon Parker Jon Parker's blog:

Pure Wizardry

Storytelling is wizardry.

I recently had an interaction on Twitter that expanded my thoughts on the subject of storytelling. Take a look at these tweets:

https://twitter.com/mcclay_roman/stat...
https://twitter.com/halkyov15/status/...

It was strange. An "aha!" moment if ever there was one. It was defin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:32
E.A.  Bagby E.A. Bagby's blog:

What does a Deoan cab look like?

Here's one example I sketched out. This isn't a cab owned by any of the characters of The Journey, though I think it gets the idea across. The wing "facets" or "plates" are the individual sheet metal pieces that compose ...

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Published on July 04, 2020 08:15
Sistah Gurl Sistah Gurl's blog:

Agent: Invisible COVID-19: Classified Communism: Unmasked

"We actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia [Garza] in particular, we're trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super versed on ideological theories."
- Patrisse Cullors, "founder" of Black Lives Matter


Letter #1: Down with Communism

Comrades,

I can't help but to see the ir Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2020 08:21
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

Happy 4th of July!

Let's be better 🇺🇸 Happy 4th of July to all of my US readers!

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Published on July 04, 2020 08:15
Nick Crutchley Nick Crutchley's blog:

Enter Goodreads Prize Draw ∞ July

The Moment Between Two Thoughts by Nick Crutchley
WIN
The Moment Between Two Thoughts
by Nick Crutchley

1 Signed Paperback and 24 Kindle Copies Up for grabs!


'... genre-bending, thought-provoking science fiction that delves deep into whether humanity can overcome its flaws and build a new life.' - Whispering Stories


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Published on July 04, 2020 08:14
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