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Donnalyn Vojta Donnalyn Vojta's blog:
✨Hey, everybody! I hope you can hop onto Instagram for my LIVE video about The Teddy Bear Chronicles on WEDNESDAY NIGHT. 🔥📖

I’m really excited to showcase the quirky thriller series for all of you amazing book fans and to answer your questions!
💓🤗.

-Warmly, Donnalyn
Instagram - @suspense_author

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Published on October 20, 2018 11:18 • 1 view
Jess Steven Hughes Jess Steven Hughes's blog:
Check the latest Amazon review of The Broken Lance.

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Published on October 20, 2018 11:00 • 1 view
David Schwinghammer David Schwinghammer's blog:
Sarah Stonich is from Minnesota. Hence, the Laurentian Divide, the setting of this novel, must be The Boundary Waters Canoe Area, a wilderness area in northern Minnesota where motor vehicles are not allowed and Hatchet Inlet, the town featured in the story would probably be Ely, Minnesota, the Ga... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:59 • 8 views
Suzy  Davies Suzy Davies's blog:
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:31 • 33 views
Sean McDevitt Sean McDevitt's blog:
Very pleased to announce that going forward, all paperback copies of SHAKESPEARE'S SKULL will include the new short story, FEED THE FIRE.

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Published on October 20, 2018 10:29 • 4 views
John A. Vanek John A. Vanek's blog:
“The mystery is intriguing, with an edge of darkness that keeps things interesting. The main character, Jake, is delectably complicated and conflicted.”—InD’tale Magazine
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:28 • 5 views
David Ravenwood David Ravenwood's blog:
After 21 years as a general ed teacher/substitute teacher in the public schools, I am convinced the only way we will improve our schools is by having experienced teachers making the decisions about how we teachers do our jobs and how students learn. That means from the Department of Education, on... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:23 • 16 views
Vera Q. Vera Q.'s blog:
Una dopo l'altra raccolgo le mie illusioni - che sembrano temere più il prima del poi - e le porto all'uomo che vende la Notte e che mi ha insegnato a vivere senza di me.
Così, con gli occhi annebbiati, baratto i miei inganni per un pezzo di cielo nero sul quale appuntare nuovi luminosissimi abbag... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:16 • 10 views
Debra Ann Griffin Debra Ann Griffin's blog:
It doesn't matter how far behind you are. In fact, it is an indicator that you have a vision and the next step is to lay out a plan to catch up. Catching up requires a plan and a plan requires thought and focus. Once you have laid out your plan it gets simple. You simply follow it and make the ad... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:12 • 19 views
J.B.  Richards J.B. Richards's blog:
Bitter Prophecy by S. Tilghman Hawthorne

All the excitement of a full-length fantasy adventure can be found between the pages of S. Tilghman Hawthorne’s short story “Bitter Prophecy” when a former thief is dispatched on a kidnapping mission to abduct a prophetic child who threatens the continued existence of the ruling Priesthood.

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Published on October 20, 2018 10:10 • 8 views
Vincent D. Pisano Vincent D. Pisano's blog:
Rebels Rising: Cities and the American RevolutionRebels Rising: Cities and the American Revolution by Benjamin L. Carp

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Benjamin L. Carp explores in Rebels Rising: Cities and the American Revolution that urban life presented Americans with unique experiences and modes of political mobilization not readily found in the coun... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 09:25 • 5 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
"This book was just epic. Foster always chooses to take on difficult topics, and writes them in a sensitive and beautiful way, yet doesn't shy away from the harsh realities that are the lives of real people. She gives Sarah a voice and one that sends a very powerful message to her readers. This s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 09:22 • 6 views
Kenneth Britton Kenneth Britton's blog:
Hello again, everyone! I apologize for the long hiatus; its been a crazy few months with a lot of changes and my time was stretched thin. But now I'm back for you all with news, and I promise that I'll never miss a month of updating you all again. Hold me to it, now!
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Published on October 20, 2018 09:21 • 6 views
John L. Steadman John L. Steadman's blog:
Ray Bradbury, the patron saint of Halloween, writes about the autumn people:

"For some, autumn comes early, stays late through life where October follows September and November touches October and then instead of December......September comes again and old October and so on down the years.... such... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 09:16 • 6 views
Alan Zacher Alan Zacher's blog:
I hhttps://asmallgangofauthors.blogspot....

ave a VERY short Halloween story on favorite web!
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Published on October 20, 2018 08:53 • 6 views
Julián Maldonado Luis Julián Maldonado Luis's blog:
(A short story with a bit of fear and fun)

PART I

The boy took the thick book that his grandfather had placed on the table, opened it and looked through the pages written in German. He recognized some letters, but the words did not say anything to him, they were very strange, he did not know them....

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Published on October 20, 2018 08:50 • 12 views
David  Beckett David Beckett's blog:
So grateful for the efforts of Pat Chabot and Sharon Hall, who together organized a terrific reader event. Thanks, also to the writers, photographers, and editors of 605 Magazine and Eastside Living, particularly Darrin and Krista, for their superb coverage.

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Published on October 20, 2018 08:30 • 5 views
Erik Dean Erik Dean's blog:
Good news! Crueler and More unusual has received a five-star review from readers favorite. Here is a small sample of what the reviewer said. " I loved this book! Erik Dean is a storyteller of the highest caliber
and I was gripped by Crueler and More Unusual. His vision of a
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Published on October 20, 2018 08:15 • 18 views
A.J. Culpepper A.J. Culpepper's blog:
I'm always up for a good story ;)

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Published on October 20, 2018 08:04 • 5 views
David Dartmoor David Dartmoor's blog:

Daggré Kempler shined his flashlight down at the black casket. A drop of sweat dripped from his eyebrow and splatted on its lid. He flipped his wrist and read two-thirty-five on his digital watch. Plenty of night left to put things back together again after his business was finished.


He glanced up...

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Published on October 18, 2018 11:46 • 7 views
Gianni Holmes Gianni Holmes's blog:
Ollie on the Out (Till There Was You #2) by Gianni Holmes

Many of you would have known I've been working on Ollie on the Out since June when I published the first book in the Till There Was You series. I have updated the blurb and you get to read it here:

How do you win the heart of someone who loathes your touch?

Drew
Ollie Mattis has haphephobia, an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:57 • 6 views
Craig MacIntosh Craig MacIntosh's blog:
Old habit—I’m back to multi-tasking when it comes to pleasure reading. Friends ask if it’s possible to keep several books separate when reading multiple authors.
It takes some mental gymnastics with two or more books. On my nightstand:
John Sandford’s latest effort—Holy Ghost, the eleventh in his... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:53 • 5 views
L.M. Reign L.M. Reign's blog:
If you've registered to receive an ARC of 🌺Bloom🌺, they've gone out! 😄

Please check your SPAM or TRASH folder.

If you have registered and do not receive one, please reach out and let me know!

Happy reading!

X,

L.M.
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:35 • 5 views
Britany Elizabeth Britany Elizabeth's blog:
Looking for spooky reads in spooky times? I've got some for you!

A Day For Ghosts: (young adult/mystery); Ellie is a lonely girl living in a quiet town where a murder recently took place. After going into the house, the ghost of the murdered girl, Arielle, somehow gets attached to Ellie. With the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:23 • 5 views
Randi Samuelson-Brown Randi Samuelson-Brown's blog:
I've been watching all different types of Western Movies over the last couple of months. I find that each of the following have really sparked some sort of connection deep inside - which can only help in the process of writing. If you are writing Historical Fiction, I do believe that movies are a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:16 • 6 views
Stephen Aryan Stephen Aryan's blog:
American chums - Battlemage and Magefall are in Barnes and Noble 3 for $30 deal (not the other books). I'm not sure when this deal will end so get on it asap!

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Published on October 20, 2018 07:05 • 5 views
David Dennington David Dennington's blog:
This epic is for lovers of historical fiction with a British/American flavor. Please check out the Amazon and Goodreads book pages and reviews to see if this is your cup of tea.

Riveting … Cinematic … Fist-biting suspense …Will Lt. Cmdr. Lou Remington climb the gangplank one last time? Be prepared... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 07:02 • 9 views
Michael Robert Dyet Michael Robert Dyet's blog:
Hmmm, shouldn’t there be a reward for growing old?

Some days, yes there is. Other days, not so much. Let me prepare you for the experience by spelling out the top 10 reasons that somedays it just plain sucks!

#10: Your brain insists on believing you are still 25. But your 60 old bladder begs to dif... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 06:53 • 6 views
Paul Colt Paul Colt's blog:
Seduced by a traveling Wild West Show, Tim McCoy dropped out of college and headed west. He found ranch work in Wyoming, embracing the western life style. He became an expert horseman, competitive roper and student of Native American language and culture. His cowboy days were interrupted by WW I,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 06:49 • 9 views
Jay  Trott Jay Trott's blog:
All great authors have a prevalent worldview or philosophy that informs their books. A truly great book is impossible without it. But this worldview may not be readily apparent.

Homer had the gods fighting over the fates of men, and those conflicts were used to make sense of the crazy things that... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 06:45 • 15 views
McKenzie Richardson McKenzie Richardson's blog:
Be sure to like my Facebook page for updates on all of my writing and crafting.

You can also follow my blog Craft-Cycle for a complete list of all of my work and tons of fun crafting shenanigans.

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Published on October 20, 2018 06:37 • 6 views
Frederick Meekins Frederick Meekins's blog:
In a homily posted at SermonAudio, a pastor warned that the problem with Donald Trump is that he alienates nearly every ethnic group with the exception of White people.

And Hilary's categorization of those that disagreed with her as “deplorables” ought to be construed as a term of admiration and c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 06:20 • 7 views
Minerva Cerridwen Minerva Cerridwen's blog:

Since last Thursday, Love & Bubbles is out in the wild!! I couldn’t post this on the day itself because I was having an awesome time in London – Hamilton was great! And I even found the courage to tell the people at the Gay’s the Word bookshop that Love & Bubbles was coming out. *proud*


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Published on October 20, 2018 05:57 • 7 views
Maksim Malik Maksim Malik's blog:

The sequel to Spin, En Route, is coming along well. The rewrite has no ETA for completion, which is fine since I haven’t set any deadlines for myself. Basically the first manuscript chugged along slowly and had some issues with subplots trying to supersede the main plot. Since then, I have revise...

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Published on October 20, 2018 02:15 • 7 views
Sarah  Pennington Sarah Pennington's blog:
Hey'a, everyone! Guess what: Blood in the Snow releases exactly one week from today! Are you all ready? (Spoiler alert: I'm not ready. If anyone has a spare time turner, can I borrow it?) Currently, I'm running around trying to get everything ready for the blog tour, which means that normal conte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2018 06:39 • 7 views
Cordelia Kingsbridge Cordelia Kingsbridge's blog:

At its most basic level, sexual tension builds when characters want to have sex but can’t for whatever reason(s). This applies to characters in established relationships, too - couples can create sexual tension by flirting with and teasing each other in situations where they can’t have sex, to he...

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Published on October 19, 2018 08:07 • 1 view
Libby May Libby May's blog:
Hello! My friendly person named Penny from A Southern Belle With Stories To Tell tagged me for this super fun tag and I’m really excited for it. We’ll start with the rules really quickly before jumping into it.
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Published on October 20, 2018 05:00 • 6 views
Natalia Heaney Natalia Heaney's blog:

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A film version of Judy Blume’s 1970 book Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret is now in development.


The book is a classic that generations of young readers have enjoyed – and it’s about time they got around to making the movie!

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Published on October 19, 2018 17:46 • 5 views
Anne Wheaton Anne Wheaton's blog:

Last night, Wil and I went to the hockey game (WOW, did the Kings play like crap) and at one point in between game play, the “Kiss Cam” was capturing people smooching and putting it up on the JumboTron for all to see. At every game for as long as we’ve been season ticket holders, the camera is pu...

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Published on October 19, 2018 09:48 • 5 views
C. Scott Frank C. Scott Frank's blog:

It’s been quiet… too quiet.

I have this weird disease where I constantly have new ideas I want to try and do and make happen, but I only ever get like 13% into them before some other shiny object steals my attention and I chase after that instead. I think it’s called cystic fibrosis or something.

I...

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Published on October 19, 2018 06:49 • 7 views
Rachel Marie  Martin Rachel Marie Martin's blog:

I am overly-sensitive. Let’s start with that fact, that truth about who I am as a person. I used to be overly sensitive about being overly sensitive. That’s another fact, a nuance you need to understand. For those of you who identify with being on the more sensitive side, you probably will be nod...

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Published on October 19, 2018 17:46 • 2 views
Živa Viviana Doria Živa Viviana Doria's blog:



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Published on June 01, 2017 09:18 • 4 views
Forthright. Forthright.'s blog:

Lord Mettlebright’s Man

Claimer: I do hereby claim all rights and responsibility for the characters in this series of vignettes because the Amaranthine Saga is mine. (Which means I should probably behave myself since anything I say or do could be taken as canon.)  Indulge the lot of us, espec...

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Published on October 19, 2018 21:56 • 5 views
Liam Concannon Liam Concannon's blog:
... and so Fin and Lance live happily ... or do they?
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Published on October 20, 2018 05:49 • 5 views
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