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Robert  Jacoby Robert Jacoby's blog:
Announcing the upcoming publication of my new novel Dusk and Ember.

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Can a life come apart and be rebuilt in one night? 19-year-old Richard Issych is about to find out. One friend is dead—murdered by another friend—and all Richard wants to do is get to the wake, come home, and start a new life. But... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 09:23 • 2 views
Addison Cole Addison Cole's blog:
Grab the series that USA Today bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne called, "The perfect beach escape, with fabulous characters, a beautiful setting and a sweet, tender story."

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Published on February 22, 2019 08:56 • 5 views
Zee Angle Zee Angle's blog:
Twisted Roots by Zee Angle Twisted Roots by Zee Angle
Feb. 22, 2019 thru Feb. 28, 2019
Only 99¢ (Reg. $2.99)
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A novel where mystery and romance collide! And if you think you know the ending...think again!

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Denver resident Shelby LuFont has a successful transcription job, a budding relat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 08:51 • 5 views
Jo Ann Lordahl Jo Ann Lordahl's blog:
Edna St. Vincent Millay’s Spring and “little leaves opening stickily.” The pale chartreuse green of tiny leaves pushing off their brown precursors is simply stunning. Flowers all over the place: azaleas, camellias, and in the parks and on sidewalks tiny little flowers of pale blue, white, and vio... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 08:47 • 5 views
Irene Tanzman Irene Tanzman's blog:
Community-based instruction is education that is based in community environments as opposed to highly controlled locations such as schools or center-based programs. Community-based instruction is not the same as field trips. Field trips are excursions by a group of people to a place away from the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 08:33 • 5 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
Warm up the cold winter nights with some HOT romance!

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Published on February 22, 2019 07:36 • 5 views
Sebastian Rotella Sebastian Rotella's blog:
A conversation with Ari Shapiro, host of NPR's All Things Considered, about an article that we just published at ProPublica. The topic is smuggling. Rip Crew territory.

The interview: https://www.npr.org/2019/02/21/696769...


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Published on February 22, 2019 07:31 • 10 views
A.A. Freda A.A. Freda's blog:
Who makes the best?
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Published on February 22, 2019 06:38 • 14 views
Michelle    Adams Michelle Adams's blog:
The stages of writing a novel are many and varied, and some of them are easier than others. Take the final copy edit as an example. It doesn’t take much effort on my part to read my own book and look for typos, as long as I can find the will to tolerate reading my own material for the hundredth t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 00:06 • 1 view
McKenzie Richardson McKenzie Richardson's blog:
I am so honored to have been interviewed by Sammi Cox and to be the first author featured in her newest blog series, Afternoon Tea at Sammi Loves Books.

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Published on February 22, 2019 06:12 • 11 views
Maria Bernard Maria Bernard's blog:
Happy Valentine's Day!

More and more, I’ve been using Instagram to post snippets of my books. I find it freeing and fun to share select paragraphs of excerpts overtop eye catching imagery like the samples below…



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Published on February 12, 2019 07:12 • 8 views
Stephanie Street Stephanie Street's blog:
 Woohoo! I'm so excited to share Noah and Tierney's story with you in the second installment of the Eastridge Heights Basketball Players, Dating: On the Rebound.

Noah has a lot going on in his life, but most of all, he feels the pressure to live up to his family's expectations.

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Published on February 21, 2019 20:03 • 9 views
Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple's blog:
Marketing, Marketing, and more Marketing .  . .
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Published on January 21, 2019 21:47 • 7 views
S.A. Hemstock S.A. Hemstock's blog:

When I started this blog, I intended to be at least somewhat active in posting, especially while I was writing the Hothouse sequel. Things did not work out that way. My health, which has been in a state of tanking and recovering since I was in my early teens, tanked quite badly before, during and...

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Published on February 21, 2019 06:50 • 6 views
Arianna Ciancaleoni Arianna Ciancaleoni's blog:
Tempo di lettura: 3 minuti
Prima parte


Oggi vi voglio parlare di alcuni autori sconosciuti o quasi che mi sono piaciuti particolarmente e che potete leggere gratis con questo abbonamento. Molti di loro sono self.


Perché proprio Kindle Unlimited?


Se cliccate sul loro nome, potrete avere maggiori infor...

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Published on February 22, 2019 02:47 • 6 views
Ker Dukey Ker Dukey's blog:
.•*☆.•*GIVEAWAY
☆.•.STALK HER
A NEW PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER FROM NEW 'DUKEY'S DARK DELIGHTS SERIES' IS LIVE

This series will consist of bite-sized dark reads to sate the devil in you, while you wait for other titles from me!

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Ever get that feeling you’re being watched?
You probably are.

We all have i...
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Published on February 22, 2019 06:03 • 64 views
L.D.  Lewis L.D. Lewis's blog:

2019 is… a lot. And we’re only into February. I myself have a mixed bag of stuff going on (a drunk driver drove a truck through my parents’ living room last month, and taxes have murdered me almost entirely), but most of the good is happening in my publishing career, so yay for that.


TAKE THE MIC

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Published on February 22, 2019 04:00 • 3 views
M. Wills M. Wills's blog:
  My latest story, Mirror Mirror, is now available exclusively on Smashwords. It’s a slight departure from my usual work because it doesn’t include any body swaps or magical transformation. It does include identity theft and forced body modifications. There’s a preview here.
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Published on February 22, 2019 04:00 • 7 views
Chris Angelis Chris Angelis's blog:

My JavaScript iambic pentameter generator is among the most popular articles on this blog. If you liked that, you’re gonna love today’s article. I decided to make an anapest generator with a rhyme! It’s a JavaScript poetry generator using an anapest, that is, a poem with anapestic meter. An anape...

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Published on February 17, 2019 03:03 • 7 views
B.  Cranford B. Cranford's blog:

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When your heart is warring with your head, there’s no time to Think Twice.
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Title: Think Twice

Author: Stephanie Rose

Release Date: February 22, 2019
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One couple risks it all, while the other may lose everything


At eighteen, PJ was full of dreams. She was on he...

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Published on February 22, 2019 05:00 • 6 views
Frances  Donovan Frances Donovan's blog:

Expect lots more listings to arrive before National Poetry Month begins in April. March’s reading listings are rather rich as it is. Thanks as always to Daniel Bouchard for compiling these listings. Feel free to comment with your own announcements below, or submit your event for listing on the Ma...

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Published on February 21, 2019 12:21 • 5 views
Shannon L. Buck Shannon L. Buck's blog:
Oh, so many things. Haha. Are you surprised? Because so much went wrong last month when I wanted to be putting my books on Kobo, Lulu, and Barnes & Noble, I haven’t even gotten to adding any yet. So now I’m planning out where to start, how often to add, and in what order. (Any … Continue read... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 18:01 • 6 views
Philip   Dodd Philip Dodd's blog:
Last Flocks of the Geese, my new book of poems, has been published. The Kindle version is now available on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
The paperback version will be available on Amazon within the next four weeks. It is available now on Lulu.com
Here is the link:
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Published on February 22, 2019 05:52 • 8 views
Anna Newton Anna Newton's blog:
The Only Recipe You Need This Pancake Day | AD

AD INFO: This post features an advertorial from Bonne Maman  Pancake Day was a day of the year that I’d look forward to from 1st January as a child. It was big news in our household as we didn’t have crêpes on any other day of the year. My Mum made up for it on the big […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 01:00 • 9 views
Thomas D. Isern Thomas D. Isern's blog:
Up early this morning, reviewing and practicing, getting ready to commence recording, later today, the Audible version of Pacing Dakota. Angie the History Dog says it sounds pretty good to her. I think she knows that nobody needs a critic at six in the morning.
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Published on February 22, 2019 05:50 • 26 views
Jeanette LeBlanc Jeanette LeBlanc's blog:

To the one who grieves loudly, or for longer than people believe you should, or in ways others find uncomfortable or inconvenient or messy.





YOU ARE NOT TOO MUCH.





To the one who laughs at top volume and who always wears the clothes that feel the most like you, regardless of their stares. To the o...

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Published on February 21, 2019 11:52 • 7 views
Forthright . Forthright .'s blog:

Kimiko took in the Amaranthine’s showy coloring, sheer wardrobe, and excess of accessories and pegged him for a dragon. But not the one she’d been expecting, for Lord Mossberne was a blue.

—Kimiko and the Accidental Proposal (Amaranthine Saga, #2)

I haven’t treated you to art in a while. Let’...

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Published on February 21, 2019 11:55 • 9 views
Pamela Wight Pamela Wight's blog:

[image error]The good news is that we’re on a tropical winter vacation.

The bad news is that we’re stuck in a cavernous underground garage.

My guy and I have been enjoying long walks on immense beaches with the sun shining as if she’s a blooming sunflower.

But it’s time to stop searching for whal...

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Published on February 21, 2019 23:07 • 10 views
Lee Ann Rubsam Lee Ann Rubsam's blog:

NATIONAL HOMESCHOOL DAY is coming
Saturday, February 23, 2019.



National Homeschool Day








To celebrate, we are having a sale on our
Character Building for Families manuals!
Regularly $16.00 each, on sale for $13.00 each in the U. S.
Free Media Mail shipping included.



4-day Sale — Friday, Feb. 22 – Monday, Feb. 25



Christian character studies




CHARACTE...

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Published on February 22, 2019 05:53 • 5 views
Anahit Arustamyan Anahit Arustamyan's blog:
Customer Review
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5.0 out of 5 starsThe Canvas of My Soul
February 17, 2019
Format: Paperback
A beautiful use of words that touch the heart. Arustamyan is a very talented writer who ranks among the very best in the world for using words to express emotion and move the reader to tears.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 05:34 • 17 views
Monica  Gomez Monica Gomez's blog:

!!!Hello!!!





Hola a todos, tal vez la frase que puse como título se les haga conocida, porque es la que siempre repite un personaje de una caricatura que me encanta, ¿saben de cual estoy hablando?





Sakura Card Captors, un anime que nos cuenta las aventuras de una niña que por azares del destino abre...

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Published on February 22, 2019 00:00 • 6 views
倪匡 倪匡's blog:

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日本人吃肉的歷史,不過是最近這二三百年,之前只食海產,對吃魚的考究比較其他國家強,理所當然。他們吃魚的方法,分一、切。二、燒。三、炙。四、炸。五、蒸。六、炊。七、鍋。八、漬。九、締。十、炒。十一、乾。十二、燻。做法並不算是很多。


其他地方人學做日本刺身,說沒有甚麼了不起呢,切成魚片,有誰不會?但其中也有些功夫的,像切一塊金槍魚,他們要先切成像磚頭的一塊長方形,整整齊齊,再片成小塊,邊上的都不要,一般壽司店還會剁碎來包成「蛋Maki」飯糰,一流食肆是切成整齊的方塊後再切長條來包紫菜,其他的丟掉。我們學做壽司,最學不會的就是這種丟掉的精神,一有認為可惜的心態,就不高...

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Published on February 21, 2019 23:00 • 6 views
Ray Celestin Ray Celestin's blog:
This is my first post here and I'm mainly just figuring out the best formatting, but I'm also going to mention that limited edition signed copies of 'The Mobster's Lament' are available for pre-order from Goldsboro books:


Click here for Goldsboro link...


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Published on February 22, 2019 05:26 • 6 views
Whitney McKendree Moore Whitney McKendree Moore's blog:




































According to what I have read and experienced, I believe it’s true that everyone is born with the inclination to “do it my way” thinking God won’t mind. Ancient stories, like Icarus and the Tower of Babel, remind me of bucket loads of literature that portray The Tragic Flaw and show that we are s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 05:21 • 6 views
Kyle Robert Shultz Kyle Robert Shultz's blog:

[image error]This post is part of the Fantasy Month blogging event, run by Jenelle L. Schmidt. Throughout this February, participating authors will be posting all kinds of cool stuff like writing advice, reviews, and other articles on the fantasy genre. Check out the official schedule post on Je...

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Published on February 22, 2019 05:00 • 8 views
Lucinda J. Miller Lucinda J. Miller's blog:

In the black of before-six this morning, I woke riveted by a thought.


I grew up in a culture of gratitude. At home, at church, I always heard, “Thank you.” Thank you for what You’ve given us. Thank you for the abundance of clothes and food we have which so many people don’t. Thank you for parents...

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Published on February 22, 2019 04:25 • 6 views
Jordan B. Peterson Jordan B. Peterson's blog:

Dr Jordan Peterson speaks with Dr Stephen Blackwood about Solzhenitsyn, our cultural inflection point, higher education, and the hunger of the young for meaning. Dr Stephen Blackwood is the president of Ralston College, a new university being founded in Savannah, Georgia. Ralston College is commi...

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Published on February 21, 2019 05:40 • 7 views
Allie May Allie May's blog:
    This is just a quick announcement to say that my site is moving over to wordpress. I’ve loved my time on blogger, but I’m not keeping up with my posts like I’ve wanted to. So I’ve made the jump to an actual website with a blog on the side. (Also, I’m using my iPad for everything and blogger i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 12:36 • 6 views
Allison Tebo Allison Tebo's blog:
I’m stealing this tag from my dear friend and fellow blogger, Katie, who stole it from Cait .  Now, it’s my turn to swipe it!

 



 


Ze Rules.  (even pirates follow a code, dudes)

 




nominate characters to fill each category from books read in 2018  (does not have to be published in 2018, just read in 2... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 09:19 • 8 views
Bethany Ball Bethany Ball's blog:

So excited to announce I will be appearing at the Montreal Jewish Public Library this coming April with my friend and “work spouse” Spencer Wise. Spencer and I have appeared together in New York City at McNally Jackson, Books and Books Miami AND Books and Books Key West so we pretty much have our...

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Published on February 21, 2019 06:32 • 9 views
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Matthew Newnham Matthew Newnham's blog:

Knowing how to write for Facebook is an integral part of your marketing strategy. One of the advantages Facebook offers is being more interactive, which requires a little creativity. Here are four tips to help you write more effectively for your social media audience.





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Published on February 21, 2019 09:57 • 6 views
Dax Munro Dax Munro's blog:
Hey guys, how have you been? It’s Friday and I already feel like it’s going to be an amazing weekend. Today, I’ve been learning about Hanako-San, a more modern Japanese urban legend. Was Moaning Myrtle Supposed to Represent a Hanako-San Spirit? If you’ve ever watched the Harry Potter films, then... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 23:40 • 5 views
Jay E. Tria Jay E. Tria's blog:

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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Published on February 21, 2019 12:59 • 6 views
Edir Macedo Edir Macedo's blog:

TUDO é possível ao que crê. Mas essa crença requer observâncias a certas regras para tornar o TUDO possível.


O Deus-Filho veio ao mundo para remover pecados e servir como Intercessor junto ao Deus-Pai. Mas somente para os que Lhe obedecem.


Portanto, Jesus é A Oferta do Deus-Pai para salvar ao que c...

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Published on February 21, 2019 19:01 • 7 views
Joanna Gaines Joanna Gaines's blog:


I’ve always loved the way Anthropologie utilizes unexpected patterns and bold, fun colors. When the opportunity arose to do a collaboration together, I was excited about creating a whimsical collection of textiles that would strike a balance between Anthropologie’s artful playfulness and my lo...

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Published on February 21, 2019 08:49 • 8 views
Rebecca   Ross Rebecca Ross's blog:


I have a few March events coming up that I’m so excited about! I’ll be in Athens, St. Louis & Nashville, and hope to see some of you there! More details below (and swipe to see more about the awesome Epic Reads Meet UPs).

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✨THE QUEEN’S RESISTANCE Launch Party✨ When: Thursday March 7 at 6:30...

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Published on February 21, 2019 11:27 • 7 views
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