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Benjamin M. Weilert Benjamin M. Weilert's blog:

FREE eBook!

Those who are subscribed to my newsletter already know that my book,
Cinema Connections: a never-ending "6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon" is FREE until Saturday.
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Published on April 08, 2020 10:12
Peter Cavalier Peter Cavalier's blog:

Independent Bookstore Day

The book signing originally scheduled for April 25 at Booktowne in Manasquan, NJ has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. A new date of Saturday, August 29 has been announced. Hope to see you all then. Stay safe!
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Published on April 08, 2020 10:04
Rick Snedeker Rick Snedeker's blog:

15th-century Peruvian child massacre a horrible indictment of faith

If you're a believer who wonders why nonbelievers are so wary of faith, read this post and watch its video. They illustrate the horrors that religious belief can unleash.
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Published on April 07, 2020 23:01
Robert K. Swisher Jr. Robert K. Swisher Jr.'s blog:

The Lonely Cowboy

and felt like I was sitting at our dining table listening to you recount a traditional Swisher story. You write as you speak: same syncopation.
That was a hidden benefit that contributed to this reader's nostalgia! You have been working on this scenario for many years and I congratulate you on its... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 10:00
Sebastian Nothwell Sebastian Nothwell's blog:

"A Happy Ending was Imperative"; what romance means for the LGBT+

Bloggin on my official site about Maurice, Victorian gay rights activists, and todays gay historical romance. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:59
Amy Kaufman Burk Amy Kaufman Burk's blog:

Passover, Coronavirus, Chris Cuomo, Sanjay Gupta

Why is tonight different from all other nights?

Tonight is the first night of Passover during the coronavirus pandemic.

Passover celebrates emancipation. The story unfolds through reading and song, in a multi-course meal with foods symbolic of specific events. Like many, my ancestors endured ensla... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:57
Erika Swyler Erika Swyler's blog:

Changes in the Schedule

As one would expect, events for the paperback release of LIGHT FROM OTHER STARS are cancelling or moving online. Im updating my appearances info as often as possible.

Its difficult to process all the feelings one has around this. This is a pandemic. Obviously we stay at home and do everything we c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:49
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

‪Even though Bernie Sanders & I often stand at different ends of the idea spectrum, I have always thought he was a great man. Anyone like him that stands for the same values decade after decade deserves much respect. ‬ https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update

Even though Bernie Sanders & I often stand at different ends of the idea spectrum, I have always thought he was a great man. Anyone like him that stands for the same values decade after decade deserves much respect.

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Published on April 08, 2020 09:47
Kabashe Pillay Kabashe Pillay's blog:

Strange times

Being part of the current generation, I often wonder
Everything is changing rapidly some for better. And so much more for the worse.
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:45
Jordan Kassalow Jordan Kassalow's blog:

Dare to Matter - just launched paperback!

Secretary Madeleine Albright calls Dare to Matter (Just launched in paperback!) an essential reminder that the greatest challenges of any age are no match for goodwill, love, passion, and potential that abides in all human beings This is true today, more than ever. Lets all do our best to live in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:41
Peter               Taylor Peter Taylor's blog:

A man without a plan

My first book on Goodreads is a gritty thriller and the first of a trilogy featuring Detective Chief Inspector Vic Pollard, the lock up king most feared by criminals on the tough streets of Tyneside in urban north east England.
Vic is having a tough time on the mental health side. Hes got serious... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:33
Mark Paul Oleksiw Mark Paul Oleksiw's blog:

Nourishment for the Mind

These are indeed extraordinary and challenging times for everyone. My sincerest wish is that everyone stays safe, use social media to remain connected, and believe in the best of humanity. The latter part might require a leap of faith.

I firmly believe in the power of reading during times like thi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:28
Roxanne Rhoads Roxanne Rhoads's blog:

A Bewitching Wednesday

In the Kitchen with J. M. Davies - Recipe for Welsh Cakes #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/JlR430qwgsP

#BookTour : The Crimson Inkwell by Kenneth A Baldwin #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/DqRE30qwgtV

INTERVIEW - SPIRITUAL - LETTERS TO GOD by Krystal Doolittle https://thebookjunkiereadspromos.blo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:23
Crystal Vranich Crystal Vranich's blog:

Happy Easter from home

This Sunday is a big day for Christians all over the world. Easter Sunday, the day when Jesus rose from the grave. This significant day, along with Christmas, has been commercialized to the point one must pause and reflect the actual meaning of the holiday. While people are complaining about not... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 09:29
Megan Smolenyak Megan Smolenyak's blog:

Genealogy Roundup, April 8

Genealogy Roundup, April 8



8 Things You Didnt Know about the Cuomo Brothers Family Tree This is part flashback and part fresh research.

Joe Exotics Family History Could Be Its Own Netflix Series Looking for something that's educational, scrupulously researched, entertaining, and so-very-of-the-mo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:51
Pretty Simple Pretty Simple's blog:

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Published on April 08, 2020 08:33
Katherine Harbour Katherine Harbour's blog:

Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton

Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton
Strange Grace
Loved this book! Set in the village of Three Graces, the story is about young Mairwen, a witch and daughter of a witch. Her town sacrifices one boy very 7 years, to the devil of the forest, and two of Mairwen's best friends--the noble, affable Rhun and the brooding, temperamental A... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:32
Mark  Archer Mark Archer's blog:

CRYPTOCURRENCY

What is a #cryptocurrency? Is this a new #currency of some other world? How can I get into this new world of #investment? Are you here to know the answers to such questions? Enjoy, in #special price, my last #book about! https://amazon.com/dp/B084DG7GRG

Great! Many people don't know #cryptocurrenc... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:31
Sharon E. Cathcart Sharon E. Cathcart's blog:

Blogging from A to Z: G is for Gladius

[image error]Pompeii gladius, via Wikimedia Commons

Todays entry in my series of facts about Pompeii is gladius. Most of the time, when we think of a gladius, a specific type of Roman short sword comes to mind. Interestingly enough, though, the word is simply Latin for sword, and would have referr...

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Published on April 08, 2020 07:53
Tiffany Watkins Tiffany Watkins's blog:

The Importance of Prayer

There have been many testimonies of how individuals have prayed, and God healed their body with no explanation. People have died on the operating table but through prayer, they were brought back to life. Incurable diseases, premature births, suicidal tendencies, protection from harm, the release... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:15
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day Veiled chameleon: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/86/b2/68/86...
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:04
Jacquelyn Benson Jacquelyn Benson's blog:

The Fire in the Glass now available for pre-order

I'm very pleased to announce that the Ebook of The Fire in the Glass is now available for pre-order!

Here's the delicious cover art by designer Sara Argue:



London, 1914. Someone is draining the blood of the citys mediums. Lily Albright knows whos next.

The unacknowledged bastard daughter of the Ea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 08:00
Jenna Moquin Jenna Moquin's blog:

Be careful for what you wish..

There's an old saying "be careful for what you wish...because it just might come true."

I'd wished for the longest time for more time to stay at home and write. And now, due to lockdowns, stay-at-home orders and being furloughed from my day job, I have time to write.

And I bloody can't.

I sit her... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:54
Othello Bach Othello Bach's blog:

Best Selling Thriller

Tainted by Othello Bach Jimmy Weeks will do anythingeven killfor his grandmother, but now, at the age of 30, he wants a mother.

Available in print or kindle editions at Amazon.

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Published on April 08, 2020 07:38
Chris  Ledoux Chris Ledoux's blog:

The Burnt Sunset Series

THE BURNT SUNSET SERIES

www.intotheburntsunset.com
I am Solstice Dayton.

The future is close. In my dreams, the sky fills with lightning, shocking the earth, spreading a living flame as the light of day fades. Ash swirls at my feet while I walk upon the skulls of the fallen. But I am not alone. Six... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:34
Bethany M. Sefchick Bethany M. Sefchick's blog:

Stop or go...

Stop or go

When I began writing Seducing the Pirate Queen, I had no idea how tumultuous the world would become by the time the novel was ready to be released. None of us could. In fact, when I finished the book and sent it into what I call final production which means the final proofing, editing,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:34
Katharen Martin Katharen Martin's blog:

CampNaNoWriMo Intermission-ish

For those of you who dont knowI am a crazy person. Every year in November, I make a big attempt to write a novel in a month. 50,000 words to be exact. That breaks down to be about 1,667 words a day, every day, for thirty days. Now, on average (when I do manage to write) I can handle that no probl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:16
Emmy Gray-Winter Emmy Gray-Winter's blog:

A bit about me ...

I grew up in the home counties in the 1970's. I trained as a nurse, a midwife and a health visitor in Reading. I moved to Wiltshire in 2005, to escape the Rat Race. I still work for the NHS.



I was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 40, having struggled for many years with the challenges of bein... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:26
Gypsy Reed Gypsy Reed's blog:

New Release!

Hummingbird
Kindle Unlimited!
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:24
Elaine L. Allen Elaine L. Allen's blog:

Sneak Peek: Meeting in My Bedroom

In the words of 90's R and B group; Silk, There's a Meeting in my Bedroom. So, girl, please don't be laaaaaaate.


I can say that I've read somethings that have made me look around to see if anyone else was noticing me. Half ashamed No, maybe less that half. A little bit ashamed but completely enth... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:21
Greg Jolley Greg Jolley's blog:

Interview with Greg Jolley

https://the-avidreader.blogspot.com/2...

Published by The Avid Reader
April 8th, 2020


Interview with Greg Jolley
  
For those interested in exploring the subject or theme of your book, where should they start?

Anyone who wants to read odd crime fiction can open a Danser novel and start their adventure... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:17
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

Eye Candy

Hes aged like the perfect bottle of vintage Dom Perignon.

https://amzn.to/3a3gnVx


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Published on April 08, 2020 07:17
Abhilash Melethil Abhilash Melethil's blog:

പൊറ്റാളിലെ ഇടവഴികൾ – Book 1 (Excerpt)

എനറെ നോവൽ സീരീസിനെപപററി അടുതത കാലതതായി ലഭിചചിടടുളള ഫീഡബാകകുകളിൽ ആളുകൾ ഏററവും കൂടുതൽ എടുതതു പറഞഞിടടുളള ഭാഗമാണ താഴെ. ആദയനോവലിൽ, നയന എനന കഥാപാതരതതിനറെ, രണടു അധയായങങളായുളള മോണോലോഗ. പുസതകം കിൻഡിലിൽ ലഭയമാണ ലിങക ഈ പേജിനറെ ഇടതു വശതതുണട (താലപരയമുളളവർകകായി)

(പുനഃപരസിദധീകരണം അനുവദനീയമലല, കോപപി റൈററ അവകാശങങൾ...

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Published on April 08, 2020 07:07
Arun D. Ellis Arun D. Ellis's blog:

'Uprising' - what happens when the masses have had enough

Uprising (Corpalism #1) by Arun D. Ellis Suddenly

A man may die, nations may rise and fall,
but an idea lives on.
John F. Kennedy

Cramming the last piece of toast into his mouth Terry Jones grabbed his jacket and left his apartment for the office.

Hed had the option of a high-rise within walking distance when he was first assigned to R... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 07:17
Emery Rose Emery Rose's blog:

SWEET CHAOS IS LIVE - READ IT FREE WITH KU!

Sweet Chaos is an angsty, emotional, forbidden romance and can be read as a complete standalone.


Amazon US: https://bit.ly/SweetChaosUS
Amazon UK: https://bit.ly/SweetChaosUK
Amazon CA: https://bit.ly/SweetChaosCA
Amazon AU: https://bit.ly/SweetChaosAU






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Published on April 08, 2020 07:00
Louise Fein Louise Fein's blog:

Adaptability

In troubled times, adaptability is a very important capacity in humans. It feels even more crucial now, as we all get used to this new way of being, in our self-isolation from COVID-19. Our ability to flex and change is one aspect that has made our species as a whole so successful. I believe it i...

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Published on April 08, 2020 06:19
Larissa Shmailo Larissa Shmailo's blog:

LIT BALM THIS SAT AT 5:00 PM

This Saturday April 11 at 5:00 pm East Coast Time LIT BALM features Louisiana poet laureate John Warner Smith and Celest Woo plus open mike and YOU! Join hosts Marc Vincenz, Larissa Shmailo and Jonathan Penton at https://us04web.zoom.us/j/949509843
or watch us live at https://www.facebook.com/Lit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 06:57
P.D. Atkerson P.D. Atkerson's blog:

Phantom Thief Book Trailer


      Lee is known as many things. A con artist, master thief and most times smarter than anyone else in the room. One thing he'll never be is normal. He never has been, nor will he ever be. That's why the agency needs his help, and that's why he'll give it to them, but that doesn't mean he doesn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 06:42
Joni  Parker Joni Parker's blog:

Book Review: Crooked Numbers by Tim O'Mara

Published in 2013. Raymond Donne was once a member of the NYPD. Due to an injury sustained on the job, he is now a middle grade school teacher. When one of his former students is found murdered, his instincts as a cop come out. In addition, the students mother asks him to find out what really hap... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 08, 2020 06:41
Stephen Daniel Ruiz Stephen Daniel Ruiz's blog:

The Most Beautiful Thing

Through the window of a diner, the sunlight was not a stream but a submersion, where, in a time far removed from the present, patrons soaked up the warmth and light. Comforting as it could have been, for Frida it was simply the familiar precursor to a half-baked afternoon. This was the feeling be...

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Published on April 07, 2020 12:15
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