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Dustin Tigner Dustin Tigner's blog:

WTF is Dungeon Runner?

Dungeon Runner is a FREE, ongoing, GameLit/LitRPG serial.

Now, I completely get your hesitancy here. Most authors don’t commit to writing, editing, and designing covers for a free series. That’s a lot of work for no gain, so what’s the catch?

Okay. Here’s the truth. . . .

I’m from Mars. I’m studying hu

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Published on April 17, 2021 17:03
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's Guest Author

My guest author this week is Michael Scharen from the US, who has a B.S and M.A. in Physics. Not surprisingly, Michael writes science fiction and has written five books since he first published in 2020.

Find out how to apply for one of the one hundred copies of his first book which he is giving away Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 17:32
Bob Neils Bob Neils's blog:

NEW RELEASE: Cuckolded, Caged, and Collared: A Blacked Bundle

The true story of a white man's journey from the erotic fantasy of cuckolding to the intimate realities of submission.

My journey started with a woman who shared my fetish for cuckolding and gloryholes. Fantasies for me, but a well-established lifestyle for her. I soon found myself the contented

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Published on April 17, 2021 17:16
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

TOMORROW’S PSEUDOPHAKIA

GOT you there, didn’t I? So, based on it’s sound when spoken, what would you guess “pseudophakia” is? Fake fake news? Sort but not entirely faked news? Actually it’s about replacing the lens in an eye that has become damaged (e.g. a cataract) by an artificial clear plastic intraocular lens (IOL). In Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 17:09
Barbara Rein Barbara Rein's blog:

The Shampoo Girl

Tales from the Eerie Canal

SHE’LL WASH WHAT AILS YOU RIGHT DOWN THE DRAIN.
“The Shampoo Girl”—One of 22 delightfully dark and creepy TALES FROM THE EERIE CANAL.
No appointments needed. On Amazon now.

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Published on April 17, 2021 16:55
Evan  Klein Evan Klein's blog:

Book 2

Hello all. Just to let you know that I am deep into book 2 of Immersion Online. The tentative title is The Zealot, which could change. Most of the story is outlined, now it is just a case of writing it out. I know some of you felt the first book was a bot on the short side, but not to worry. The sec Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 16:39
Abby  Knox Abby Knox's blog:

feel-good, small-town romance? I got lots.

If you need more small-town romance in your life, if you love quirky banter, sassy heroines, and book boyfriends who know to love without behaving like alpha-holes, then I've got lots of that while you wait for Not the Rebound Guy!

Mark it on your TBR list and don't miss it when it goes live on Tuesd Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 16:02
D.M. Drake D.M. Drake's blog:

CONGRATULATIONS GOODREADS GIVEAWAY WINNERS!

I'm so excited you chose to join my giveaway for The Return Home (The Carrington Series Book 3). I hope you enjoy reading it and will leave a review on Goodreads and Amazon :) If you didn't win or enter the giveaway, I hope you will consider reading this book. It's a beautiful love story! The direct

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Published on April 17, 2021 15:38
Marie Booth Marie Booth's blog:

New Release and Freebie

Hi all,

Banished by Blood - Book One in my new Santa Cruz Vampire Series has released! Yay! I had so much fun creating vampires out of angels. I hope you like it too. It's available at all the usual vendors. https://books2read.com/Banished-by-Bl...

13 Day FREEBIE! Expires April 30th!
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Published on April 17, 2021 15:16
Constantina Maud Constantina Maud's blog:

Frankenstein (Book review)

‘Frankenstein’ book cover © Penguin English LIbrary

(The following review may be considered a bit spoiler-ish. Proceed at your own, gothic peril.)

‘The Nightmare of Romantic Idealism’ by Paul Cantor–
is the title of the epilogue/essay of this Frankenstein edition. And I mention it, because it might

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Published on April 17, 2021 14:40
Daisy Goudan Daisy Goudan's blog:

What Order Do I Read These In?

These (at least anything longer than 5k words) are numbered. Does this mean you ought to read them in that order? You can, I wrote them that way. But do you have to? No.

You might walk into one of the other stories with some information that would have otherwise been a plot twist, or be wondering ab Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 14:56
Jennilynn Wyer Jennilynn Wyer's blog:

1 month before Broken Butterfly releases on Amazon and KU! And new alternate covers and bonus chapters!

I am so excited! The final book in the Fallen Brook trilogy, Broken Butterfly, releases on Amazon and KU on May 18! Choices will be made. Secrets will be discovered. And oh boy, grab the tissues! It's going to be one crazy twist and turn until the very end! Get ready for an ending you never saw comi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 14:35
Bao Xiong Bao Xiong's blog:

Thrills and Chills

Words to live by from Lily Butcher.
#TheButchers #Thrills #Horror

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Published on April 17, 2021 14:32
Natasha Nash Dixon Natasha Nash Dixon's blog:

Welcome to my Blog

So, here I am trying this blogging thing. Welcome to my world, where writing is hard but anything can happen!
I have one children's book written and self published through Amazon. Now, I am working on my second, in the hopes of going the traditional publishing route.
I have those dreams of being a s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 14:13
J.  Nathan J. Nathan's blog:

Something About You has a blurb!!

Have you seen the blurb for my upcoming release, Something About You? It's releasing on June 13th!! And wait until you see the cover on May 13!!

Kason
I’m what you call a god, a superstar, a winner.
Being a professional snowboarder is my purpose in life.
I know exactly how to get what I want and
I’m go Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 14:12
Jan Notzon Jan Notzon's blog:

The Need for Violence

I think part of what inspired me to write "The Id Paradox" was an incident that occurred when I was still living in a pre-gentrified neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina.

I was at home and heard a commotion next door. Out of that house came a young man dragging a girl out of it by her hair. She Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 14:12
Cornelius N. Grove Cornelius N. Grove's blog:

Pleasures & Perils of Writing Non-Fiction

I write non-fiction at the intersection of anthropology & education. This is my author’s blog.

Most readers of authors’ blogs, I imagine, are curious about how writers of fiction go about creating their work. How much do the authors draw on their personal backgrounds? Which luminary fiction writers d Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:55
Nicki Chapelway Nicki Chapelway's blog:

A Writerly Update

(image via Pinterest I take no credit for it)


We're about halfway through April and I have dragged myself out of my writing den to tell you how things have been going so far.

I have written 18,473 words which is nowhere close to where I should be in order to write 65,000 words this month which

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Published on April 17, 2021 13:36
Jordan  Morris Jordan Morris's blog:

Starred review in Publisher's Weekly!

Our upcoming graphic novel "Bubble" got a starred review in Publisher's Weekly! (Just one star is available I'm told. It's not like, out of five).
https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-...
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:42
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:

Dress for Success - I seem to remember a book by that title

Wife remarked that we dress like a couple of homeless people now. I can remember for a long while (and well before I wrote my books) I did always put on clothes ideal to the part of an author, with the tweedy sports jacket and corduroy trousers no matter what the weather. But these days....perhaps h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:36
Doug Lewars Doug Lewars's blog:

Olive, Mabel and Me

Olive, Mabel and Me: Life and Adventures with Two Very Good Dogs Olive, Mabel and Me: Life and Adventures with Two Very Good Dogs by Andrew Cotter

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


*** Possible Spoilers ***

I enjoyed this book but it wasn’t as good as I was hoping for. I came to it after watching the Olive and Mabel videos and was expecting more dog anecdotes. Although ti Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:25
C.J. Petterson C.J. Petterson's blog:

New stories and revised books

cj Sez: Google my name and find my novels and new short stories in anthologies. I was lucky enough to join several excellent writers and get four short stories published in four different anthologies in 2021.

Stop by my blog at lyricalpens dot com and follow my adventures in the writing world.

Let m Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:25
Ann Gaylia O'Barr Ann Gaylia O'Barr's blog:

Those Immigrants Aren’t Going Away

No matter if the United States votes in a Trump or a Biden, those immigrants highlighted in our media feeds—scaling the wall, crossing the desert, detained at the border, massed in a border facility—aren’t going away. Writes Bloomberg columnist Max Hastings: “Whereas in 2000 there were estimated to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 09:17
Jennifer Hosein Jennifer Hosein's blog:

The Tartan Turban Secret Readings, April 29, 2021

http:/https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tartan-turban-secret-readings-29-tickets-149642507769?aff=Email

The Tartan Turban Secret Readings, April 29, 2021

I will be a featured reader along with Joseph Dandurand, Bardia Sinaee, Shane Book, and Isabell Zhu in this event curated by Kateri Lanthier.

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Published on April 15, 2021 05:00
M.J. Fields M.J. Fields's blog:

COVER REVEAL

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★COVER REVEAL★

𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐤𝐞𝐝 𝐒𝐭𝐞𝐞𝐥 is coming soon! Check out this amazing cover! This is a stand alone dark romance.

Tris

When a spring flower blooms too early, it often wilts while others blossom during their proper season.

That’s me in a nutshell, and what eventually landed me in t

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Published on April 17, 2021 13:05
Betty P. Notzon Betty P. Notzon's blog:

Why Did I Give Cancer a "Starring" Role in The Orange Dragon Bowl?

Julie's mother's breast cancer is a feature of THE ORANGE DRAGON BOWL in part because both of my parents died of cancer during the time I was writing the book.
My dad died of squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. This is a really nasty cancer because it is fast growing and because it is loca Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2021 13:01
Roopleen Roopleen's blog:

Dealing With Toxic People

Dealing with toxic people
People around you can have a huge influence on your life. Good people can contributed positively and help you build yourself up and toxic people can exert a lasting negative impact by severely damaging you.

But ironic though it may seem, most times you don’t get to pick the people who become a part

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Published on April 01, 2021 05:09
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