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Rizwan Niaz Raiyan Rizwan Niaz Raiyan's blog:

Politics with Michelle Grattan: How far will China go? La Trobe's Nick Bisley says its 'risk appetite' has gone up

The Chinese reaction to United States Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan visit further escalated tensions in our region, as China becomes more bellicose in language and action.

On Wednesday, China’s Ambassador Xiao Qian spoke at the National Press Club. He talked about wanting a positive relationship bet

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Published on August 10, 2022 18:08
Lindy Bell Lindy Bell's blog:

A Compelling Must Read

The reviews for my debut novel, FULLY INVOLVED, have been outstanding but the book hasn't had quite the reach befitting such strong reviews. Something wasn't quite right and according to some well respected individuals in the media industry, it was the title. While firefighters understood the termin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 18:37
Pradeep  Mishra Pradeep Mishra's blog:

Pradeep's introduction

I trained as a physician a long time ago. In my professional capacity I came across many people who had physical expressions of their mental health problems which is also called 'psychosomatic syndrome'. I started reflecting on these issues early in my career helping me to understand the world aroun Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 18:34
Nia Venus Nia Venus's blog:

When she’s Gaming: Short Romance

Copyright 2022 by Nia Venus


“Level 22, huh?” A husky voice says. I feel the vibrations of the manly voice tickle my neck. He’s close. 

Before I turn around, I grab my Blue moon and take a massive sip, letting the tangy orange flavor moisten my tongue. There’s no way a man who smells like that good is

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Published on July 04, 2022 12:00
Phil Bean Phil Bean's blog:

Lessons from the family, part 2

In which father continues his journey of enlightenment
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Published on August 07, 2022 07:54
Jane Enright Jane Enright's blog:

The Living Now Evergreen Book Awards

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I am honoured to be the recipient of the 2022 Living Now Evergreen Book Award (Silver Medal, Health & Wellness), for Butter Side Up: How I Survived My Most Terrible Year & Created My Super Awesome Life, published by She Writes Press.
The Living Now Evergreen Book Medals recognize books published sinc Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 18:06
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:

Roads not taken

Because the writing career never ascended to great heights I am often considering what might have happened had I been smart enough to go after a university degree and job search in a field arguably more in tune with my aptitudes, Library Science. To answer this I subscribed to a number of Twitter us Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 17:59
Andrea Perez Andrea Perez's blog:

New Books in the Works!

Hello book family! I hope you are doing well. I have been so incredibly busy. I homestead, and with summer in full swing, well, let's just say planting, weeding, harvesting, and canning have taken over my life. However, I'm still writing and reading. I have so many stories in the works that I swing Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 17:40
Michelle  Novak Michelle Novak's blog:

That bee was a hunter!

You know me and insects – I’m the bug whisperer…

So, there was this hornet-like angry buzzing coming from my bathroom window (which I always leave cracked). I see this bee and think he’s angry because he can’t find his way back out the window. I encourage him out. But the next morning, I hear

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Published on August 10, 2022 17:28
Diane Kurtz Calabrese Diane Kurtz Calabrese's blog:

Breath Meditations

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Published on August 10, 2022 16:59
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

Tomorrow Is Cover Reveal!

TOMORROW!

TOMORROW!

I'll show ya...TOMORROW, the cover reveal is only ONE DAY....AWAYYYY!

And if you sang that, snaps for you lol.

Get ready to see the cover to Waiting: An Older Woman, Younger Man Age-Gap Romance tomorrow and don't forget to pre-order in the meantime...

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Published on August 10, 2022 16:08
N.K. Aning N.K. Aning's blog:

Review of Pierce and the City of Imaginaterium By Benin

I had an opportunity to read this book before it was published in exchange for an honest review. So here goes.

At some point in our childhood, we all wished that everything we could imagine would become real. We wished we could fly like superman, shoot webs like spiderman, fire bolts of energy, summo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 16:08
Ronald Hera Ronald Hera's blog:

What kind of book is this

I began writing The Brother's Series with this in mind:
What was it like to live during the first century in Palestine when Christ appeared, lived and was finally crucified? After the Crucifixion, what was it like to live as an early Christian?
The Brothers Series follows two brothers from the time th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 15:25
Kathleen Marple Kalb Kathleen Marple Kalb's blog:

HOT AND DANGEROUS

Depending on where you are, it’s been a rough summer, or a record-setting disaster, and it’s not over yet. Even so, we’re confronting this misery with a lot of modern conveniences that people didn’t have in the 19th century – like air conditioning, refrigeration, and sanitation for starters.
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Published on August 10, 2022 15:12
Craig Peterson Jr. Craig Peterson Jr.'s blog:

A European Eye for a Russian One with the Ukraine War

If someone intentionally started hitting another person in the face, would you expect the victim to sit by quietly and take the beating? Turning the other cheek is a principle worth adhering to, but in reality, how many of us actually follow it? Why, then, would the United States government and the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 14:55
H.L. Balcomb H.L. Balcomb's blog:

My Writing Style?!?

An interviewer recently asked me what my writing style is?

My answer…a little peonies, a little proteas.

The person looked at me in disbelief…the truth is that is my writing style. I love proteas because they represent the longevity of something old, valued. A flower that I grew up with since my firs Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 14:51
Heidi Gray McGill Heidi Gray McGill's blog:

Faith messages are not hidden or diluted in this book

“Matters of the Heart…is a Christian historical novel that does not hide its Christian message. Brava author McGill!” » Read the full blog post by BLOGGER by BloggerSite @ ABBA’S PRAYER WARRIOR PRINCESS

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Published on August 10, 2022 14:29
Mark Mitten Mark Mitten's blog:

A Time Between Times

In Sheriff Breckenridge Dyer’s absence, the small mountain town of Quandary, Colorado falls into a tailspin. Deputy Jenny O’Hara gets rammed off the road in the Blue River Gorge, a gold miner eats a shotgun shell, local ski bums trip on magic mushrooms, and a corrupt United States senator brooks no Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2022 14:07
December Knight December Knight's blog:

Introduction To What Is To Come

Let's get started!

Hello everyone and welcome! I only feel it’s fair, before beginning, to explain what is going on and what to expect in the future on www.decemberknight.com. I am planning a lot of fun goodies for my readers and site users some free and some paid, so there will be something for eve

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Published on August 03, 2022 21:00
E.B. Roshan E.B. Roshan's blog:

Tur Kej

Book Five of the Shards of Sevia series takes us out of Dor, into the montains of Sevia—a very different culture and environment. This made it one of the most fun books to write, but also took extra thought—the Tur people of the Tur Kej and Tur Fen mountains are the minority culture. Though Sevia is

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Published on August 10, 2022 10:56
R. Garcia Vazquez R. Garcia Vazquez's blog:

My Gutsy Great Novelist Interview

A big thank you to Joan Dempsey and her assistant, Aja Rutledge, for featuring me in the Gutsy Great Novelist Writer Studio, “a private online space where serious creative writers gather to finish their novels.” Membership is nearly 1,800 writers as of August 2022, and growing. The following exchang Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2022 10:35
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