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Peter Deuschle Peter Deuschle's blog:

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My best selling book, "Are You A Good Egg?" Kindle version will be FREE at Amazon, April 20-21. Are You A Good Egg?: An Uplifting Story About Feelings, Moods and Self-esteem Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 06:17
Deborah Bronson Deborah Bronson's blog:

3, 2, 1. Launch!!

It's time. Today, I'm notifying my circle of friends and acquaintances that I've written a novel that I hope will at the very least be an enjoyable read and at best a creative work that blessed you in some way. The novel is about the childhoods of King David (Old Testament: Beloved Shepherd who b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 13:45
Melissa  Caudle Melissa Caudle's blog:

Mike Pestano and his Book I am Enough -- 90 Days to Transformation

April 18, 2019

Dear Readers:

I am really excited for the following week as my sister and I take off on the Royal Princess out of San Padro, CA to Mexico. I will be taken by ship to ports of call that I have never been. I can't wait to board the ship and escape for eight full days of cruising. With... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 16:05
Maggie Hemlock Maggie Hemlock's blog:

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 18: An Excerpt from Book 5 of the Hemlock Wolf Pack Saga

I don’t have much to say about today’s writing. I’m coming up on some twists that would definitely be spoilers if I talked about them. So, instead I’ll leave you an excerpt from the book.





Sorrow cuts through my life like daggers. Memories of lost laughter echo in the background of my thoughts. Du...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:47
Janina Grey Janina Grey's blog:

Five days ’til Release Day!

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Published on April 19, 2019 04:53
Kelsey Lasher Kelsey Lasher's blog:

“When Dormant Daffodils Bloom”

Have you heard that I’m writing another book? If not, let this serve as your official notification!


It’s odd, though this book writing stuff. Odd because it’s the most private and solitary endeavor until suddenly it isn’t. I’ve been working on this story for the last year and a half but have only...

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Published on March 14, 2019 11:12
K.L. Conger K.L. Conger's blog:

Pre-Orders and Book Sales! Woot, woot!

Good morning! Today is a very important day. No, I'm not referring to National Raspberry Tart Day. (Although that's important too. I don't think I have a tart pan, but I'm totally making a raspberry pie for after dinner tonight. Yum! ;D)What I meant was…
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Published on August 11, 2017 06:00
Edmund S. Wong Edmund S. Wong's blog:

The Sea Takes No Prisoners book review in “The Naval Review”

The Sea Takes No Prisoners was recently reviewed in the naval and maritime affairs journal “The Naval Review.” The cut and pasted text is below.


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Reviewed by: Gav Don


Most narratives of war are written by officers. Trained to write, perhaps with bigger reputations to protect, and p...

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Published on April 18, 2019 06:37
Joel Osteen Joel Osteen's blog:

Divine Orchestration

A few days before Jesus was crucified, He was in the Garden of Gethsemane praying late one night. He was so overwhelmed with the weight of what He was about to do and under so much pressure that His sweat was like blood dropping to the ground. He said, "Father, if You are willing, take this cup f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 05:30
Annabelle  Lewis Annabelle Lewis's blog:

The Password is What?

“George,” I yelled down the stairs. “Did you re-set the user
name and password for the bank?”





I waited patiently at the top, not wanting to deal with the puppy gate and the need to tread down to the construction zone which is currently our basement.





No answer. Argh. I pushed the rambunctious dog out...

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Published on April 18, 2019 06:28
Noelle Holten Noelle Holten's blog:

Conspiracy. Serial Killers. Thriller. The truth will out… #DeadlySecrets #Review @nholten40 @GFBickerstaff @ADPase @BOTBSPublicity

I’m thrilled to be hosting Gordon Bickerstaff‘s Deadly Secrets blog tour today. Huge thanks to Sarah of Book on the Bright Side Publicity for the invite and the author for the ARC. Before I share my review, let’s find out a bit about the author and this book!
About the Author


I was born and br... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 16:23
Ronna Russell Ronna Russell's blog:

Gathering Volumes Bookstore EVENT

I am doing my first real event at Gathering Volumes Book Store on May 18th!


Gathering Volumes is located at:


196 East South Boundary

Perrysburg OH  43551





Moms’ Night Out Literary Edition
Saturday May 18 | 6:30PM – 9:00PM
Join us for a fun, bookish Moms’ Night Out!

• Authors Lara Lillibridge (Mama Mama...

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Published on April 18, 2019 17:18
عماد رشاد عثمان عماد رشاد عثمان's blog:

خوفنا الأعمق حقا

 

هناك فيلم يمكنني أن أعده عاديا للغاية .. (المدرب كارتر)

كان المدرب يوجه سؤالا لأحدهم ويكرره في مناسبات عدة (ما أكثر شيء تخشاه بحق في حياتك ؟)

كانت الإجابة الاعتيادية التي تخرج منه وتوافق ما عندي .. (الخوف ألا أكون كافيا .. الخوف ألا اكون على المستوى المطلوب)

ولكن بعد مشوار طويل وبعد حبكة الفيلم...

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Published on April 19, 2019 04:47
Annette  Valentine Annette Valentine's blog:

Because He Lives—Is It Just “Church Talk”?

Because He Lives

The first time I heard the song Because He Lives written and sung by Bill Gaither, something about the melody and the lyrics grabbed my attention—and held it. I was mesmerized by the words. They filled the room with a sense of power and promise. Why?


“God sent his son, they called...

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Published on April 17, 2019 18:21
Damien Larkin Damien Larkin's blog:

The (Big Red) Back Story Part 2



Welcome to Part Two of the Big Red back story. This one picks up where the last one left off, so dive right in and enjoy!


The first concrete evidence that the Nazis had escaped the war came about in 1947, just outside of Roswell, New Mexico. In the wreckage of a crashed spaceship, Airforce investi...

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Published on April 18, 2019 05:40
Rebecca  Marshall Rebecca Marshall's blog:

NOTICE: Free days for “Jordan and the Children of the Revolution–Book 1” MOVED ahead to start on APRIL 19TH

Notice: Free days for “Jordan and the Children of the Revolution–Book 1” moved ahead to start on April 19th. The free days for one of my ebooks, “Jordan and the Children of the Revolution–Book 1”, was accidentally improperly set, so the free download dates has been moved forward a day, on APRIL...
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Published on April 18, 2019 18:27
J.D. Cowan J.D. Cowan's blog:

Playlist for the Dead World

No one is united
There are a few other blogs out there that post about how music affects how they write. Some post what goes through their head when typing out an action scene or maybe what might play in the movie version of their work. This can be fun for some, but that's not quite how I picture... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 10:49
Michael Parfitt Michael Parfitt's blog:

Lion Mating Ritual


Mating occurs intensively, taking place non-stop about every 15 minutes over a period of a few days, lasting less than 60 seconds on each occasion. I captured this sequence of photographs in the Greater Kruger National Park shortly before sunrise one morning, while on a game-drive.  When I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 01:53
Rajnish Mishra Rajnish Mishra's blog:

Three Haiku

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I
Walls, white-washed, white floor
white ceiling: shroud, corpse sits through
days, life-long, alone.

II
Days are long, short nights.
Lights dim help slip down the slope-
Sleep, you wake to die. 

 III
Crossing long deserts 
of pages, poetry-oasis.
I reach; forever stay.






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Published on April 18, 2019 09:13
Glenn Sellnow Glenn Sellnow's blog:

New Reader from Nepal!

 


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Welcome to new reader from Nepal!  Hope you enjoy my blog.  #GlennsWays FREE BOOK




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Published on April 19, 2019 05:22
Neil Rivera Neil Rivera's blog:

WELCOME   A place to connect with others and learn a...

WELCOME
  A place to connect with others and learn about depression. 
"Acknowledging the illness is the first step toward healing."


You don't have to feel ashamed because depression is a common mental disorder.
Don't ignore it. You're not alone even if you're feeling sad or lonely.
Depressi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 18:06
Elle J. Nior Elle J. Nior's blog:

Poem: Before Dawn


Love in retrogradeAs to why, my sleep evadesCountless nightsOf a mind betrayedI cling to reasonLike a hook on a bladeI asked the heavens for mercyThen got on my knees and prayed… For a few hours of sleepBefore night fades.---©2019 Elle j niorpoem from The Jewel Of Venus 
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Published on April 18, 2019 07:16
A.D. Thorne A.D. Thorne's blog:

Failure at every turn.

Since my last Blog post only a few days ago, I have to report two pretty significant fails.
I reported that I had negotiated the Amazon system to create a book promotion week for The chalice of Saint Bee. I was so pleased with myself. As you all know Pride comes before a fall. Although I have a co... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 10:09
Lisa Van Engen Lisa Van Engen's blog:

Maternal Health Care

This post is part of a weekly series in which guest writers discuss each of the fourteen global justice issues listed in And Social Justice for All. This week’s guest is Quantrilla Ard who shares about her work in the field of maternal health care in communities of color.

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Published on April 18, 2019 19:48
GJ Stevens GJ Stevens's blog:

My Publishing Journey: The Magic Begins

In my latest look behind the scenes I’ll talk about the Gerrards Cross Book Fair where I sold a book and managed to get started on the next volume of SURVIVOR! Plus I talk progress of BEFORE THE END and a magical moment in my author career! GERRARDS CROSS BOOK FAIR I knew it was […]
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Published on April 19, 2019 01:14
Donna L.  Martin Donna L. Martin's blog:

WRITERLY WISDOM: Terri Rocheski

 





 


Here is another post in my WRITERLY WISDOM series I first ran back in 2013. Six years later, I’ve updated the material and made sure it still applies to today’s writers. This week we learn…


 



The Importance Of Having A Blog Tour

by Terri Rocheski

 


 

Let’s face it – in today’s publishing world of...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:00
Barton Cockey Barton Cockey's blog:

The Challenge of Parody in Baltimore

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Published on April 19, 2019 06:00
Lucien Welsh Lucien Welsh's blog:

REVIEW: A Megabat Double Feature

Thank you to Penguin Canada and Tundra Books for providing me with copies of these books



MEGABAT

Megabat is a book about friendship in unlikely places and the importance of helping those you care about wrapped up in a funny premise full of amazing illustrations.


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Published on April 18, 2019 07:15
Allie  Marie Allie Marie's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Fri Apr 19 2019

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Published on April 19, 2019 06:09
Joseph Maddrey Joseph Maddrey's blog:

PACIFIC NORTHWEST #1: A Trip to STAND BY ME's Castle Rock

This past week I took my family on a quick road trip through the Pacific Northwest.  Because I’m me, we hit up several places associated with my favorite movies and TV shows.  Also because I’m me, I am posting my photos (with a few notes) for future like-minded travelers.
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Published on April 18, 2019 16:55
Yu-Han Chao Yu-Han Chao's blog:

4.14. Mercy Medical Center = Dignity Health

Dignity Health’s slogan is “Hello Humankindness” and Mercy, the hospital next door (across the street, technically), our benefactor, our teacher, has been beyond kind to us Merced College nursing students.
Let us count the ways.

The ED taught us how assessment and nursing judgment is everything.

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Published on April 18, 2019 09:19
Melissa Treglia Melissa Treglia's blog:

doodadeals:
“im learning another language” can only mean two things:
I have been studying this...

doodadeals:
“im learning another language” can only mean two things:
I have been studying this...
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Published on April 18, 2019 11:24
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