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Kat Karpenko Kat Karpenko's blog:

The Photograph review

I would like to share my 5-star review from Readers' Favorite. I would be grateful for any new reviews as the book is now live in eBook form, print to follow.

Reviewed By Deborah Lloyd for Readers’ Favorite
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Published on July 07, 2020 12:11
Jessica  Warren Jessica Warren's blog:

ART and the Grieving Cave

As a child, my mother made a big deal about making sure her rural county – living daughters were exposed to museums, parks, art, the city, plays, etc. I have wonderful memories of sitting next to her in the field by our house as she sketched. The long grass was itchy, but it didn’t seem to matter. W

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Published on July 07, 2020 07:35
Leslie Swartz Leslie Swartz's blog:

*FREE BOOKS*

To celebrate Alukah's pre-launch, Seraphim and Nephilim, books 1 and 2 in The Seventh Day Series, will be #FREE 7/7-7/11!
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#readerscommunity #BookTwitter #books #bookbloggers #BookBoost #booksforsale #WritingCommunity #readingcommunity #readingLeslie SwartzSera Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:50
Diane  Solomon Diane Solomon's blog:

The Ravenstone Part 2: The Twain is published!

Hi all, Well, we finally finished the sequel to The Ravenstone: The Secret of Ninham Mountain. We are so thrilled! It has only taken us three years, but other books and life got in the way...

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Published on July 07, 2020 11:58
Joseph Samaniego Joseph Samaniego's blog:

Book Review: Sukkubus of Khymeera by Joanna Noor

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I’ve read and posted a review of book 1 recently. You can find it here!


Book 2 lived up to my expectations and delivered a fun filled adventure that began in book 1!

Starting from the beginning, I loved the cover. A beautiful piece, simple yet detailed. The image conjurers images of t

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Published on July 07, 2020 11:36
Margot Scott Margot Scott's blog:

Introducing the brand new Daddy Loves You Series

Coming August 2020

Run Baby Run

Alpha AF Daddy Dom? ✓
A totally-taboo age-gap pairing? ✓
Filthy, dirty, delicious insta-love? ✓

Introducing the first book in a brand new series from forbidden romance author Margot Scott, coming to Kindle and Kindle Unlimited.

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Published on July 07, 2020 11:37
Yuri Barbosa Yuri Barbosa's blog:

Escrever Mais ou Menos é Mais?

Recentemente, escrevendo meu próximo livro, fiquei admirado ao concluir um capítulo e perceber que eu tinha ficado com sete páginas. Fui correndo conferir os capítulos anteriores e todos tinham no máximo quatro. Fiquei me perguntando se eu não teria exagerado e feito um capítulo extenso demais. O qu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:19
Kenzie Macallan Kenzie Macallan's blog:

UNLIMITED ROMANCE READS

Searching for your next favorite book boyfriend?
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:17
R.L. Hemlock R.L. Hemlock's blog:

Give Your Characters Complexity And Depth

give-your-characters-complexity-and-depthGiving your characters complexity and depth will not only enhance your story, but it’s also something your readers will appreciate. Let me make it a point to say this is something you should be doing with all genres, but it is especially important when it comes to dark stories. People don’t make sen

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Published on June 24, 2020 01:00
A.G. Khaliq A.G. Khaliq's blog:

Kill or be Killed novel

My book ‘Kill or be Killed’ will be out on Amazon in a few days!
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:11
Matthew Renard Matthew Renard's blog:

To Read, Or Not To Read

One of the biggest truisms on the Internet, if you're a creative type, is "Never read the comments". I can understand that; the Internet is a big and occasionally scary place, and when creative people put their creations for the world to see, there will undoubtedly be some detractors. On the interne Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:08
Liesbeth Jochemsen Liesbeth Jochemsen's blog:

Schrijfwedstrijden (deel 1)

Doe jij ook wel eens mee aan schrijfwedstrijden? Ik wel. De laatste tijd deed ik mee aan:

De storm van 2020 ook wel bekend als de Vlieland-bundel, van Godijn Publishing. De bedoeling was om een verhaal te schrijven dat zich afspeelt op Vlieland, waarbij de feiten over het eiland moesten kloppen. Na e Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 10:57
Sean Patrick Smith Sean Patrick Smith's blog:

A Word About Joe...

While writing a novel about losing a best friend, I lost mine. This is our story.


Sean Patrick Smith


April 15, 2017

I found something online that said, “Friendship is so weird. You pick a random human you’ve never met, and you’re like ‘This one. I want to go on adventures with this one.’ ”

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Published on July 07, 2020 10:57
Virginia O'Malley Virginia O'Malley's blog:

Volunteering on an archaeological dig

Virginia O One of my interests includes archaeology and I was delighted to secure a place as a volunteer with DigVentures last summer on both a roman and a medieval dig in Sedgefield and Bishop Middleham, County Durham, UK.

I thought I would share a day in the life of being on an archaeological dig as a vo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 11:26
Sherdley S. Sherdley S.'s blog:

"I’m disappointed. I expected. Are you sure? What are you going to do? Be realistic. Why can’t you just.”– These words undoubtedly can deter our resolve.

















Thank you for joining me. I hope to share with you through my pictures, my book, stories, and my words – what I consider to be my authentic life. Our journey is never the one we began with, and there are no right ways to get to a starting point. But what matters is that we make it to the

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Published on July 03, 2020 21:00
Jonathan  Dunne Jonathan Dunne's blog:

FREE BOOKS! Yes, it's true.

All my e-books across all Amazon platforms free today! 7th July. Please pass this on to both friends and enemies alike ;)

https://www.amazon.com/Jonathan-Dunne...
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Published on July 07, 2020 10:50
Joseph F. Benedetto Joseph F. Benedetto's blog:

Book's Away!

An editor asked to see my action/adventure novel "American Guns, Chinese Magic".

I have sent off the book in two files -- the first containing the front matter, e.g. title page, foreword, epigraph, map and table of contents, and the second containing the 26 chapters of the finished novel itself.

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Published on July 07, 2020 10:37
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

Karen? No, Cherem! – Part 2


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 07, 2020 09:01
E.B. Roshan E.B. Roshan's blog:

Dreaming up Sevia (Book Reviews and Author Interviews)

No matter how good the book you’ve just written and published might be, if nobody knows it exists, nobody’s going to read it. But how do you let your potential readers know that there’s anew story out there that they are going to love?

Of course, advertising opportunities about both on the Internet a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 10:30
Brad Younie Brad Younie's blog:

Writers Groups and Writing in Groups

If there's one thing that I can attribute to the rise of my writing career, it's a Writers Group.

Though I've been writing all my life, it wasn't until I joined a great local writers group that I became motivated enough to finish my projects and get them published. I've come a long way since then, a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 10:10
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

Follow Truman Gritt's (TRU BLUE) younger brother on his path to forever love in THE GRITTY TRUTH

Follow Truman Gritt's (TRU BLUE) younger brother on his path to forever love in THE GRITTY TRUTH - Releasing October 14th, 2020! Quincy Gritt has fought his demons. He’s confessed to his crimes and conquered his addictions. But when his past comes back to haunt him, can he learn to live with the gri Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 09:59
Colin J. Davies Colin J. Davies's blog:

We all share a universe.

Since Marvel went all crazy on the whole fictional shared universe thing, it has become a point of interest with many people. So much so that clues and easter eggs have been hunted down to establish links between already created works. Search to see the evidence that Bladerunner and Alien share the

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Published on July 07, 2020 09:55
S.P. Oldham S.P. Oldham's blog:

Featured Author - Written Fantasy

I am today's Featured Author on Written Fantasy on Facebook. Why not take a look to find out more about me, the book and lots of other dark fantasy authors? 

cover photo, Image may contain: 1 person, text

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Published on July 07, 2020 09:47
Greg S. Baker Greg S. Baker's blog:

Update on King -- Book Five of the Davidic Chronicles

I am nearly 80% finished on first draft of the fifth and final book of the Davidic Chronicles series.

My books go through several rounds of revisions and editing, this is the longest and hardest (yet most enjoyable) part -- the first draft.

After the first draft is finished. I revise the entire manus Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 09:48
Ledyr Tabot Ledyr Tabot's blog:

Moon's Druid is live

Moon's Druid is live now and on Kindle Unlimited. I hope you enjoy it!
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Published on July 07, 2020 09:42
Susan  Powers, Ph.D. Susan Powers, Ph.D.'s blog:

Two Years Later

Two Years LaterMy book, Ruthless Grieving, The Journey to Acceptance and Beyond, is two years old. Like a child it has revealed itself to me, as to who she is and what she is about. The biggest reveal has been that the most significant reason I called the book Ruthless Grieving is about how fierce a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 14, 2017 14:33
Carragh Sheridan Carragh Sheridan's blog:

Qualcosa di diverso dal Romance

Il mio nuovo romanzo in arrivo ad agosto ma in pre-order già da ora con un click: No grazie, sto bene così!
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Published on July 07, 2020 09:24
Heath Daniels Heath Daniels's blog:

Locations featured, Roanoke, Virginia

Continuing bringing to life locations in my books: As mentioned, locations in my books are inspired and selected because they fit the story line, not because I want to feature them. I do, however, try to bring them to life while developing the plots. Roanoke, Virginia, is one such location.

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Published on July 07, 2020 09:20
Gregory Alan Norton Gregory Alan Norton's blog:

Literary Gatekeepers

In a recent dust-up between the privileged elites and Black Lives Matter activists some douchebags resigned under fire from their cushy, well-paid, benefit-rich, non-profit literary jobs. Then Hope Wabuke resigned from the National Book Critics Circle because NBCC did not want to sign-on to her draf Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 07, 2020 09:20
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