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Kristy McCaffrey Kristy McCaffrey's blog:

The Belay

By Kristy McCaffrey

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K2, located in the Karakoram Mountain Range, is the second highest mountain in the world at 28,251 feet, straddling the Pakistan/China border. Its icy sides are steep and exposed, and it’s prone to heavy storms and avalanches. K2 wasn’t surveyed until 1852, and the first known... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 14:52
David McMullen-Sullivan David McMullen-Sullivan's blog:

On the Road

I identify as a Prius

- Bumper sticker on the back of a huge truck
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Published on June 17, 2019 14:16
Omoruyi Uwuigiaren Omoruyi Uwuigiaren's blog:

Book Review: Love, War and Glory by Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire

Love, War, and Glory Spoken Words for All Seasons by Denis Olasehinde AkinmolasireDo what is right. Not what you like…
This book is for anyone that wants to experience complete happiness and you will discover many new ways to show love and appreciation.
The author did not disappoint me. I wasn’t stranded.
I got what I wanted in a nice collection of poetry.
Denis is a huge talent.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 14:10
Cassandra Parker Cassandra Parker's blog:

Featured in talesbuzz

I am featured in the news at talesbuzz

https://talesbuzz.com/cassandra-parker/
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:58
Amanda   Johnston Amanda Johnston's blog:

A year ago, today, I started writing the first chapter of Left...





















A year ago, today, I started writing the first chapter of Left in the Dark, not having any idea that it would become the thing that it is now. I thought that it was going to be a short story, posted only on Tumblr, in “scenes”. I was writing it for me because I wanted to finally read the story of...

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Published on June 06, 2019 11:11
Tom Seigel Tom Seigel's blog:

The Astronaut's Son Wins Award

I'm thrilled to announce that my debut novel, The Astronaut's Son, was just named a bronze medal winner in the Foreword Reviews 2018 INDIES Book of the Year Awards. Without bold independent publishers like Woodhall Press, my book may have remained a speck on a chip in my laptop. I'm so glad there... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:50
Allison K. Hymas Allison K. Hymas's blog:

Book Review: The Paladin's Thief Series

I promised, and so, here it is: my review of The Paladin's Thief series by Benjamin K. Hewett.


I think I mentioned that I came across these books because I attended a writing conference with the author. We got to talking, realized we have similar taste in protagonists and made a deal: my books fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:30
James J. Cudney James J. Cudney's blog:

Blog Tour: Mistaken Identity Crisis 6/21 thru 7/3

The 4th book in the Braxton Campus Mysteries will be released on June 30th, 2019: Mistaken Identity Crisis: Death in the Cable Car. It is currently available as a Kindle pre-order via Amazon and will also be published in print form in late June. Stay tuned for more information about future audio...

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Published on June 17, 2019 13:26
John Valjean John Valjean's blog:

Coming Soon: Crisis Across Time (Update #2)

I didn’t get a Father’s Day book out this week; however, there’s a hot new Quickrotica available on my blog called "The Father’s Day Gift," which I hope makes up for it!

If you recall from my last blog entry, I formerly unveiled plans for my new superhero erotic tale, "Crisis Across Time." I worke... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:15
Grahame Claire Grahame Claire's blog:

It's Not Over In Amazon Prime Reading!

For a limited time IT'S NOT OVER It's Not Over (Paths to Love, #1) by Grahame Claire is available for FREE in Amazon Prime Reading!

If it's been on your TBR, now is the time to move to your Currently Reading shelf.

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Published on June 17, 2019 13:15
Tamara Ireland Stone Tamara Ireland Stone's blog:

New Giveaway for Little Do We Know!

Don't miss this chance to win a copy of LITTLE DO WE KNOW, an unforgettable story about love, betrayal, and the power of friendship.

ENTER HERE

Little Do We Know
by Tamara Ireland Stone

2019 NCIBA Golden Poppy Award Winner | Bank Street College Best Children’s Books of the Year

Lifelong best frien... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:13
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

Evolution.

I find that contemplating the twists of evolution is a maze of mystery and wonders. One can not imagine evolution without thinking about the development and progression of animals and creatures, and to question why things have turned out in the way that they have done?

When looking at present day... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:07
Mark  Reece Mark Reece's blog:

Birmingham royal ballet unleased

Another compelling set of performances from the BRB last week, this time featuring three shorter works from women choreographers, including a world premiere: Sense of time.

I found that performance to be the most striking of the three, with its low lighting, electronic music, and stage comprising... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:02
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

Trump Heights

Benjamin Netanyahu, Mohammed bin Salman, and The Donald have big plans for the Middle East...

CLICK HERE
http://www.georgethomasclark.com/?p=1...
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Published on June 17, 2019 13:00
Jack Briglio Jack Briglio's blog:

Flip

Flip is an anthology of alternate reality stories and flipped worlds, real-world what-ifs going against convention. Speculative fiction that examines our world and turns it on its head.


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Welcome to the monkey-eat-monkey flip world of luchador gorilla wrestling! Where fame is...

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Published on December 31, 2018 08:46
Susan Wittig Albert Susan Wittig Albert's blog:

Milkweeds and Monarchs

I love this tidy little plant, which is sending its silvery seed parachuting across our meadows this week. The Monarch butterfly larvae love it too, and feed on exclusively on it. Like other milkweeds, this one (Asclepius asperula) contains toxic cardiac glycosides that make the adult Monarch dis...

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Published on June 15, 2019 07:37
Michele Miles Gardiner Michele Miles Gardiner's blog:

This Reviewer Really Heard Me--He gets My "Craving Normal"

I awoke to this thoughtful review of my book, "Craving Normal," from a man I don't know, a former hippie.

I appreciate people are getting some laughs--those come from my kooky experiences and my need to highlight the humor of those experiences. But I was trying to make some points. This man heard... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 12:38
Clay Boura Clay Boura's blog:

Idiom of the Week - 6-16-2019

Since today is National Fudge Day, I figured I would use the idiom "Fudge Factor" which refers to leaving room for errors or mistakes.
"Beamer's father always uses a fudge factor when balancing their family budget."
Clay Boura Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 12:36
Marie L. Chopper Marie L. Chopper's blog:

My book for $1 (Kindle)

Buy it. It won't be $1 forever... Read it for comfort, amusement and to feel better about your work choices.
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Published on June 17, 2019 12:18
Ikrame Selkani Ikrame Selkani's blog:

Quotes from my book: My Dear Ones... Underground

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Death is like a broken jar that you re trying to fix over and over again but it s not doable at all because the people who pass away can t come back, but they taught us love, admiration and joy that will last forever in our hearts.

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Family love is so big and immense, and sometimes we do... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 11:59
Sherrill  Joseph Sherrill Joseph's blog:

Up, Up, and Away!

Hello, Kids and Other Readers,


Today, I want to share with you a somewhat quirky, favorite thing of mine.

Staircases.

Yes, staircases! I have never lived in a two-story house. I hope to build a second story onto my home someday so that I can have the overdue pleasure. Of course, I will have to add a...

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Published on April 11, 2019 03:00
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