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Jessica Russell Jessica Russell's blog:

Quick Tip About Reviews

Doing reviews is an important part of having a presence online as an author. Whether you do them on Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes & Noble, or some other site, they should be simple and easy to follow. Many writers fall into the trap of trying to be too clever when they do reviews. This is not the place Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 17:16
Vanessa Vale Vanessa Vale's blog:

Wolf Ranch: Rough is FREE!

Wolf Ranch: Rough

Amazon: https://bit.ly/rough_azn
Apple: https://bit.ly/rough_apple
Nook: https://bit.ly/rough_nook
Kobo: https://bit.ly/rough_kobo
Google: https://bit.ly/rough_google
Universal: https://books2read.com/wolfranchrough

Pack Rule #1: Never reveal to a human.
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Published on April 19, 2021 17:10
Ahren Sanders Ahren Sanders's blog:

Evin's Fight is LIVE!

💙It's Release Day!💙
Evin's Fight is ready for you! Read for FREE on KINDLE UNLIMITED!
Check it out: https://geni.us/EFzon

Evin's Fight


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Published on April 19, 2021 17:05
Aime Austin Aime Austin's blog:

Episode 11: A Time to Thrill – Conversation with Aime Austin – featuring Evelyn Adams

Welcome to A Time to Thrill. In this episode, I got to have a great conversation with author New York Times Bestselling Author Evelyn Adams. She’s one of my absolute favorite people. Over the last couple of years, her love and support have been invaluable. We should always be graced with friends lik

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Published on March 31, 2021 19:00
Eric M. Riddle Eric M. Riddle's blog:

Your Choice – Declutter Your Mind or Your Relationship

Have you been in a relationship where someone you cared about didn’t share what was bothering them? They held their thoughts inside.


I spent over 40 years in a thought-hoarding relationship.


It didn’t end well.


Not talking to you - seashells - Avadian photo


When we allow the clutter of thoughts and emotions to build for too long, we become t

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Published on April 19, 2021 08:00
Sharif Khan Sharif Khan's blog:

Baptized in Love - a short story



























The light was hurting my eyes so I drew the blinds – enough to block out the sun, yet still provide a street-level view.

As I sat in the half-gloom of the donut shop sipping my coffee, the table behind me with a Salvation Army devotional and a duffle bag on the floor beside it left unattended, I co Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:58
Nancy Kuykendall Nancy Kuykendall's blog:

Kindness, an Age Old Remedy

Some years ago I arrived at my job early because a meeting had been called. These meetings always required I be at work an hour earlier than my normal starting time. To be honest, I hated that! I liked my shorter work day—shorter on both ends— and was never thrilled when my days were extended becaus Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:39
Kim Orendor Kim Orendor's blog:

A Tale of Two Chinese New Years

I thought I'd experienced China by bargaining at the market for myself. However, it wasn't until I visited student's homes during the Spring Festival that I encountered the real China.

It was the coldest of times, it was the warmest of times, it was a time of great laughter, it was a time of heavy te Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:37
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

Moving Minds.

I have come to the conclusion that no single religion has a monopoly on making people good or bad. People have the opportunity through life and learning to select the most beneficial action for others and ultimately for themselves.

It is hard not to take stock of praise worthy figures who have in som Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:35
Leslie K. Barry Leslie K. Barry's blog:

Promoting different stories of the same novel to different readers

One of the reasons my publicist was excited to pitch Newark Minutemen and was so successful in getting coverage around the world is because he understood I had so many different audiences.

Getting press for a new novel is challenging. You have to get past the noise and fit in with the noise at the sa Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:22
Don Ladolcetta Don Ladolcetta's blog:

Language

I am an accountant. I think like an analyst. I have a tendency to write like a lawyer. Overcoming that style and writing like a best selling author was the biggest challenge for me.

I needed an editor. Thankfully I had a few. They beat me up with commentary in order to encourage me to step up and wri Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:07
Robert          Reid Robert Reid's blog:

Time Travel

If you could travel in time, but you had to choose whether to go into the future or into the past, which would you choose and why?
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Published on April 19, 2021 16:00
Janna L. Goodwin Janna L. Goodwin's blog:

What the hell is up with that hole?

…and other mysteries

For the past year, whenever we walk up 17th Avenue from our house in the direction of the park, which we do daily, I anticipate the hole. I don’t say anything. Michael is sometimes in the middle of a joke or anecdoteone meant to illustrate the focal topic of that particular walk

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Published on March 15, 2021 15:31
L.G. Cullens L.G. Cullens's blog:

Meanwhile back at the farmstead . . .

Greetings,

I'm on my feet again, and in keeping with the premise of Braiding Sweetgrass in caring for our little blue canoe, doing what I can in my natural garden. I tire quickly anymore, but have been working at clearing winter tree falls so I can plant more over-harvested trees.

The clearing is easi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 15:42
James J. Cudney James J. Cudney's blog:

Weathering Old Souls: 20 ARC Opportunities

If you’re interested in being part of the release team, you can join the Book Blitz or Blog Tours happening all throughout May for Weathering Old Souls. Or…. you can download an ARC, read and review it by May 30th. Didi and I are using BookSprout, and you can learn more about it in her link below or

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Published on April 19, 2021 15:14
Javeria Fatima Zaidi Javeria Fatima Zaidi's blog:

Muslim Moms on Social Media (and where to buy Islamic books for kids)

A few days ago, the Muslim month of Ramadan started. Ramadan is a month of fasting, worship and charity. Ramadan is also the month when Muslim Mums the world over take to social media to showcase their children’s Islamic books collection. They set up beautiful little corners, put up cute banners, pl

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Published on April 19, 2021 14:52
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

better luck next time...

 so, i decided to go out today and see if i could find any baseball cards. i tried 3 different stores and didn't find shit. oh well. i had to go to Kroger to get mom's pills and some other stuff she wanted. by that time, i had already been defeated. i figure i'll try again on Wednesday.


your poet

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Published on April 19, 2021 14:57
Jonathan Rossignol Jonathan Rossignol's blog:

Live Free Live Rich Network Presents: “DEAD MAN WALKS” BY SHO OKUMOTO

Dead Man Walks

Author: Sho Okumoto
Genre: Crime Action Fantasy
Format: Novel

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Published on April 19, 2021 14:56
Justin Tuijl Justin Tuijl's blog:

What is the future of publishing/authorship?

This was an essay written for my masters degree, it was poorly marked, so I did another version for the degree. However, as a piece of journalism it is ok. In-fact it was poorly marked because they said it was too much like journalism. This is more than just the future of publishing, this could b

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Published on April 18, 2021 05:21
Alistair Cross Alistair Cross's blog:

Dirty Ghosts, Dirt Cheap

THE GHOSTS OF RAVENCREST is available at: http://tinyurl.com/hzvae3e “The Ghosts of Ravencrest delivers on every level. Delicate, creepy, detailed, and beautifully crafted, this reinvention of the gothic ghost story into a sexy, sleek modern chiller is a marvel of suspense and atmosphere. A knockout Read more of this blog post »
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