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Erika Leigh Agnew Erika Leigh Agnew's blog:

Dragonsown Synopsis Info-

This is from my Query letter that I've been developing:

Young Kael of Renwick is terrified he might be dying. The sharp pains in his head and stomach have become unbearable. Waking in the passages deep within his father’s castle, Kael discovers he is sleepwalking. Every day, there are new and ever st Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2021 07:24
Samantha Jo Pryor Samantha Jo Pryor's blog:

Short stories and sneak peeks!

Hello!
You can find short stories and sneak peeks on my website!

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Published on April 21, 2021 07:20
Michael L. Hall Michael L. Hall's blog:

My San Antonio Childhood

Today my memoir of growing up in San Antonio in the 1950s and 1960s was published by Kindle Direct Publishing on Amazon. Here's the link:The whole process was very simple and straightforward. Amazon provides all the tools and instructions, and all the author has to do is write the book. The hardest Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 20, 2021 11:16
Georgia Coffman Georgia Coffman's blog:

**Weak for Me Cover Reveal**



Weak for Me releases on May 12th! And here is the amazing cover.

Cover design by Kari March

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Published on April 21, 2021 07:07
Tina Flurry Tina Flurry's blog:

Books that Inspire

Today I wanted to share the names of authors who have been an inspiration to me. Everyone has their favorite writers. I am the same. There are a few people whose works have given me ideas for my books.

First, I have to say that Ted Dekker has given us all incredible books. He is a master at his craft Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2021 07:06
Mary Schrock Mary Schrock's blog:

Pre-Orders Now Open!!

You can now pre-order my new book, The Courageous Choice: An Amish Family's Shattered Dream, at a special introductory price!

The first 50 copies will be signed!

Note: Pre-orders are online only and will ship on the release date of May 3.



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Published on April 21, 2021 06:59
Raul  Reyes Raul Reyes's blog:

El Feriante

Después de dos años de duro trabajo hemos podido cumplir nuestro sueño de publicar una novela conjuntamente.
Escribimos la primera página el 23 de abril de 2019 y muchos de los lectores que han adquirido una copia la recibirán para el 23 de aril de 2021.
TODA UNA AVENTURA.
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Published on April 21, 2021 06:58
Paul Wake Baker Paul Wake Baker's blog:

Walk Against Time Now Available

Ever since I participated in the 2000 and 2001 Avon Breast Cancer 3-Day, I have wanted to communicate how much the experience meant to me. In 2011, I started this book. It has gone through 10 drafts and has benefited from great reader feedback.

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Published on April 21, 2021 06:45
Thomas Ruys Smith Thomas Ruys Smith's blog:

Coming soon: Christmas Past: An Anthology of Seasonal Stories from Nineteenth-Century America


Coming in September from Louisiana State University Project! Already available for preorder on Amazon. Here's the official blurb:

As the modern celebration of Christmas took shape across the nineteenth century, American writers gave it new meaning in the pages of countless books and magazines. No
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Published on April 20, 2021 03:33
Daisy Knox Daisy Knox's blog:

Review: Shattered Hearts by Octavia Wildwood

NEVER FALL FOR A COWBOY . . . Desperate.  Determined.  Fragile. After escaping an abusive relationship, Amanda finds work on a remote farm in rural Minnesota.  Eager for a fresh start, she tries to will her nightmares away.  She also tries to stop daydreaming about her hot boss’s hard, chiseled body Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2021 04:00
M.K. Sheehan M.K. Sheehan's blog:

Making Space for Connection

I caught up with a friend today, or rather we both spoke in half sentences as he answered work emails and I shared what was happening in my life in vague platitudes. To be honest, it wasn’t a great moment for connection or conversation. It was a great moment to remember that sharing these experience

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Published on April 20, 2021 07:07
Michael Barrett Miller Michael Barrett Miller's blog:

When the Techies Took Over Tahoe

Spun-out Teslas on snowy roads. Cabins bought for cash, sight unseen. A shoveling disaster. Locals bemoan the pandemic-induced migration of Bay Area residents to the mountains. But there are two sides to the Zoom-town story.

15 April, 2021 – Outside Magazine

“They just kept coming. The day-trippers, A

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Published on April 20, 2021 11:28
Mary Catherine Rolston Mary Catherine Rolston's blog:

Forest Fire

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Published on April 20, 2021 11:38
J.R. Whitsell J.R. Whitsell's blog:

Favorite Book Quotes

Here are a few of my favorites. Let me know yours.

"So it goes." Slaughterhouse Five, Kirk Vonnegut. The narrator's simple line is uttered every time someone dies.

“As he read, I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.” The Fault in Our Stars. John Greene.

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Published on April 21, 2021 06:38
Jeff Hoeyberghs Jeff Hoeyberghs's blog:

België doet het nog steeds royaal slechter dan gruwel land Brazilië. Hebben ze ocharme gene goeie doktoor nodig? https://t.co/G5...

België doet het nog steeds royaal slechter dan gruwel land Brazilië. Hebben ze ocharme gene goeie doktoor nodig? https://twitter.com/Tpfh/status/1382976331911204866

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Published on April 20, 2021 12:28
Renaud Camus Renaud Camus's blog:

Liberté de la Presse et liberté d’expression

Il est beaucoup question ces temps-ci de la liberté de la Presse dans le monde, et par exemple à l’épreuve de l’épidémie. À cette occasion s’accrédite, et notamment du fait de la Presse, qui y a tout intérêt, une idée totalement fausse : à savoir que liberté de la Presse et liberté d’expression sera

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Published on April 21, 2021 06:38
Priya Rajaram Priya Rajaram's blog:

Month 5 & 6 – Kashmir is a feeling

Kashmir always seemed out of reach and we had only made it so far as Leh Ladakh in 2014. I was planning for Banaras – the holy abode and Madhya Pradesh the heart of India, but then when a groupmate suggested Kashmir. The poetry I had read on the Chinar, the folk tales of the region, the movies about

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Published on April 21, 2021 06:08
Julie Ryan McGue Julie Ryan McGue's blog:

The Legend of Two Wolves

The Legend of Two Wolves​ Julie McGue Julie McGue

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In Cherokee folklore, there’s a tale about how an elder teaches his

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Published on April 20, 2021 23:00
J.W. Judge J.W. Judge's blog:

Word Count Chronicles: Dropping Bombs on Protagonists

4/21: 931 words. In Action Story by Shawn Coyne, he breaks down the genre conventions and obligatory scenes for … wait for it … action stories. I’ve used that book to guide my writing of both Vulcan Rising and now Walls Ascending.

Action Story tells writers that in Middle Build I (the second quarter

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Published on April 21, 2021 03:19
Marie Judson Marie Judson's blog:

The author career I most envy

JK Rowling was a single mom, like me. She lived on pubic assistance. Her parents came from poverty and never went to college. Why should I envy her?

She was born in England. I’m supposed to have an English accent. My ancestry is vastly majority English.

She wrote a seven-book series t

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Published on April 20, 2021 17:22
Triinu Meres Triinu Meres's blog:

Vastused

Frieda esitas küsimusi. 

Ma siis ... vastan. 
Nii palju, kui oskan. Esimesele nt üldse ei oska. 

Kui mitu korda oled käinud oma meilipostkasti luuki lõgistamas lootuses leida sealt midagi, mis poleks arved või reklaam? Mitu korda leidsid arve või reklaami? Aga mitu korda midagi muud?

Jestas, ma ei oska

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Published on April 20, 2021 14:58
Jamie Novak Jamie Novak's blog:

How to Organize Your Freezer

The post How to Organize Your Freezer appeared first on Jamie Novak.

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Published on April 20, 2021 20:34
Dannye Williamsen Dannye Williamsen's blog:

You Are Unique!

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Published on April 20, 2021 10:01
Alessandro Gianesini Alessandro Gianesini's blog:

Pensieri d’un tempo che fu #8

Pensieri sparsi intono alla vita, all’uomo e a Dio (se l’espressione lo consentirà)Continua a leggere
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Published on April 20, 2021 22:30
Patrick  Flynn Patrick Flynn's blog:

Glen Weldon / My Fair Lady - Original Cast (1958)

NPR’s Glen Weldon is here for the musical that (according to him) made him gay.

Topics include: Herb Alpert (not the dirty one), Charles Emerson Winchester III, Doolittle as a father, Nathan Lane chewing scenery, Eliza’s agency, keeping media fresh, and why album covers are important.

Glen Weldon

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Published on April 20, 2021 21:00
Pamella Bowen Pamella Bowen's blog:

Pam Answers McLaren 5

Chapter 7, question 6

The six foundational moral values: I never really heard of these so clearly listed. I see them as ranged from low to high. The lowest are not really moral at all: what is purity? Virginity? Unmixed blood? Bathed in soap and water? Purity seems to me to be a label to give privil

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Published on April 20, 2021 09:18
Oscar K. Reyes Oscar K. Reyes's blog:

Under Another Sun Audiobook Review

This is my first audiobook review, so I hope I do the story justice.

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I was excited to get a chance to review DM Sicilian’s latest horror novel, Under Another Sun, in audiobook form. I read her previous book, Inside, which is still giving me nightmares. With Under Another Sun, the author presents an

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Published on April 20, 2021 10:46
April Henry April Henry's blog:

I'm trying to lose the Covid weight creep. One thing I have been doing is roasting veggies. What are some things that help you ...

I'm trying to lose the Covid weight creep. One thing I have been doing is roasting veggies. What are some things that help you get healthier?



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Published on April 20, 2021 02:56
L.M. Archer L.M. Archer's blog:

The Letters of Infertility- Dear Pregnant Best Friend

It is National Infertility Awareness Week. I started writing this series several weeks ago as a way to deal with all of the loss I have experienced because of infertility. I never intended to publish it, but I thought there was no better week than this one.

I have been very quiet about my struggles

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Published on April 20, 2021 12:00
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