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Peter   Bird Peter Bird's blog:

Am I not SCARY enough for anyone?

So, in the absence of influential friends in high places, desirable / attractive genetics, oh, and yes, talent, I have decided to blow a raspberry at the publishing industry and just write and produce material that I think is of good quality, and will appeal to the particular genre that I am writ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 18:02
Brian K. Wilcox Brian K. Wilcox's blog:

Listening as sacred art

we speak of listening to
while listening as sacred art is never listening to
this listening is always a listening with
for arising from union into communion

even when one is speaking
in this communion of listening
he or she is still listening

the listening is the act of communion
regardless of who speak...
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Published on April 23, 2019 18:00
Shannyn Leah Shannyn Leah's blog:

Cover Reveal for book #2 in the series, A Cinnamon Bay Romance













And, drumroll please...here is my cover for our Cinnamon Bay romances!

TA DA!

Jewel of the Bay is the first in my series following Mecca Raleigh and Carter Lewis on their rocky road to happily ever after! It's a full-length novel full of heat, spice, and meddling matchmakers, along with a helping o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 17:59
Alex Shaland Alex Shaland's blog:

Review of Suburbanites on Safari by Marcia Polevoi

After reading my recently released book, Suburbanites on Safari: Chasing Lions and Giraffes in South Africa and Zimbabwe, Marcia Polevoi wrote a wonderful and insightful review that follows.

“I have always wanted to go to Africa to see all the wildlife. However, we are of an age that now prevents... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 17:58
Divya Mohan Divya Mohan's blog:

What did success and failures teach you? Read this story of how Value Buds came to life

As a child, I was a rebel. I wanted to be the best at everything I did. I worked very hard to compete and I did succeed. My parents always encouraged me and spoke highly of me. I got a lot of attention from people around. But all these happened at a cost… At times when I did not succeed, I lost m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2019 06:09
Shirley  Fessel Shirley Fessel's blog:

Easter and Domestic Abuse

One of the
most important ways in which my faith matured in the course of escaping
domestic abuse in the name of God was the application of eternal life to the
situation.





The way that
the Bible and faith concepts were hurled against me was contrary to Jesus’
message and example, his demonstration that...

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Published on April 21, 2019 10:52
Kirsty Dallas Kirsty Dallas's blog:

SALE SALE SALE

The comedy romance with a twist, STUPID LOVE, is on special for just another 24 hours.

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Published on April 23, 2019 17:14
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

'THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY"

BLOG 18

CHAPTER 8

It was one of those days at the gallery when all was quiet. The rain lashed down, Butler was 'out for the day,' which could mean anything from a doctor's appointment, to picking up an artist from the airport. Eva was visiting the Art Gallery of New South Wales lunching with the c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 16:57
A.E. Chandler A.E. Chandler's blog:

Notre Dame - Cathedral Fires

https://youtu.be/Vyau57hJr0E

After the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, medieval historian and author A. E. Chandler takes a look at what the fire at Notre Dame means, as well as other famous churches that have survived disaster.

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Published on April 23, 2019 16:34
Bill Ricardi Bill Ricardi's blog:

My Foxy Boyfriend - New Chapter Up

Chapter 18 of 'My Foxy Boyfriend' is up!

Red and Olivia have a heart to heart. A decision is made.

https://www.wattpad.com/story/1806017...
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Published on April 23, 2019 16:34
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

ONLY TWO MORE DAYS!!!

ONLY TWO MORE DAYS!!!

Two days till Remy and Yavok tempt you to the dark side!!!

GR LINK: http://bit.ly/2CILYgt
GIVEAWAY: http://bit.ly/2VY0WH8
Release Alert: https://bit.ly/2V2Lf0y
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Published on April 23, 2019 16:21
J.M. Ney-Grimm J.M. Ney-Grimm's blog:

Book of the Month?

Go vote! Go vote! Oh, please go vote!


So what’s all this about? ReadFreely has short listed my novella Blood Silver for their Book of the Month.


GO VOTE!


Who are they? A husband-wife team who love to read and started a website with the mission “to find the very best books and bring them to you w...

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Published on April 23, 2019 11:59
Michaela Maria Marshall Michaela Maria Marshall's blog:

Keys to Recovery and Kingdom Living

The keys that open the door for recovery from past abuse and to living for the Kingdom of God are unique for each individual. As I discussed in Freedom in Truth, the main keys that gave me the incentive to recover are the presence of my paternal grandmother; the presence of God, through prayer an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:55
Jonathon McElhaney Jonathon McElhaney's blog:

new book, new co-author!

I have great an exciting news! I have joined forces with Virginia Johnson, the author or Soulless Nights and The Blood of Abigail  to bring you a fantastic book full of all you would want: excitement, thrill, suspense and horror!

RELEASE DATE IS MAY 10TH!

The Demon Maker is available for pre-ord... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 06:00
John R. Cobb John R. Cobb's blog:

A Haiku: Midnight Moon

Behold, midnight moon
Casting nocturnal shadow
Vanquished at sunrise

Accompanying image at https://twitter.com/john_r_cobb
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:44
Nanyamka Boyer Nanyamka Boyer's blog:

Remembering The Lord This Easter

Remembering The Lord This Easter By Nanyamka Boyer Happy Easter Sunday my beloved reader, brother or sister in our Savior, Christ the Lord. May this beautiful Sunday, (for the Lord has given us a beautiful sunny day for us to enjoy and to remember His sacrifice on the cross for us), find you in g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 12:48
Barbara Vortman Barbara Vortman's blog:

2019—FIFTY BOOKS

Book Number 12
Our Lady of the Prairie
by Thisbe Nissen

It took me a long time to get through this book. Maybe because April in Michigan is a challenge for me. The sun comes out, the air is warm, it feels like spring and then whammy! snow, wind, cold, dreary again and I go back into hibernation with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:18
Walt Odets Walt Odets's blog:

The Importance of Family

The acceptance and support of immediate family is much more significant in the emotional lives of gay people than is any negative influence from the larger American society. Today we are fortunate in having many supportive families, although in most parts of America they are still a small minorit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:17
Allison K. Hymas Allison K. Hymas's blog:

Life Lessons From Running

I'm kind of on vacation this week, so this one is a short post I've been thinking about for a while. See, it's no secret that I run, and that when I run, I have a lot of time to think about life. It's better than thinking, "Oh, gosh, I can't breathe. My legs are killing me. Can I rationalize a br... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:00
Marilynne Eichinger Marilynne Eichinger's blog:

Launch Over the Peanut Fence

My goal in writing this Over the Peanut Fence was to discover if psychological problems caused by early childhood abuse can be overcome. Over the Peanut Fence: Scaling Barriers for Runaway and Homeless YouthsFour years of interviewing homeless youth, research into why they run to the streets, and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 14:52
Laura Gentile Laura Gentile's blog:

Unspoken Compensations

I exposed a naked chair beneath a skylight and thought of you.


The catastrophe of ignored harmonies, chords unstruck. The self-


Administered  decline into a trickling stutter. To lose everything that


Remains cornered. Introducing cruelty with wrinkled curtains, left and right.


I subvert my vulnerabil...

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Published on April 23, 2019 10:38
AnnChristine Tabaka AnnChristine Tabaka's blog:

Book review

My book review for "No More Hallelujahs"

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Published on April 23, 2019 14:39
Julian Dexter Julian Dexter's blog:

One thing I’ve learned from reading is that, if there see...

One thing I’ve learned from reading is that, if there seems to be a continuity error, it might actually be a clue.

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Published on April 23, 2019 12:18
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

oh, how i love going to bed at 5 in the morning...

as i have grown older, i really hate when the New York Yankees play on the west coast. especially when half the fucking team is injured and the game goes 14 fucking innings. but, the Yankees did find a way to win over the Angels, 4-3 in 14 innings last night. hopefully tonight's game will be over... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 14:24
Candi Kay Candi Kay's blog:

And the Winner Is….

Gabriella! who won my 5th publishing anniversary giveaway. She chose (on top of the $25 Amazon gift card) Taking Lance (the Complete Series) and all 6 e-books in Willy’s World as her winning books.

I don’t know if I should go ahead and apologize in advance for Willy the elf or offer to send her a...

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Published on April 23, 2019 14:14
Morgan     James Morgan James's blog:

Welcome!

Hey, everyone! Thank you so much for visiting my page. I’m super excited to announce the release of my debut novel, ESCAPE, due out February 21st! Keep an eye out for teasers of some of the new things I’m working on, and feel free to leave me any feedback you might have. I always love to hear fro...

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Published on February 19, 2019 20:51
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