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Lauren Savoie Lauren Savoie's blog:

Writing in Digital Spaces

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to take a minute to reflect on what it is like collaborating with people on writing projects and working in a completely digital world.

Right now I am writing a children's book with my fiancé, who I am able to see in person. But my illustrator is someone I can rarely see in Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 17:42
Brooke St. James Brooke St. James's blog:

Young & Wild (Tanner Family Book 8)

Hi!
I’m happy to announce that Young & Wild (Tanner Family Book #8) is now available! You can download it for only $0.99 or read it for free with Kindle Unlimited. This concludes the Tanner Family series and I have to say, I’m sad to let them go. Thanks so much for following their journey! 💞

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Published on July 15, 2020 17:27
Alma Alexander Alma Alexander's blog:

Help save the Worldweavers series

I first wrote the Worldweavers series as a YA trilogy published by Harper Collins in the days a certain boy wizard ruled the world.

It told the story of a girl who was a bitter disappointment because she couldn't do any magic at all despite a heritage that should have meant she would be brilliant at Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 17:25
Alanna McFall Alanna McFall's blog:

"The Glitter and Hope" StoryBundle Now Available for Sale

I am happy to announce that The Glitter and Hope StoryBundle is now available for sale! This is a curated collection (hand-selected by Cat Rambo) of up to eleven books, including The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus, all centered around hope in dark times, and available for Pay-what-you-can.

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Published on July 15, 2020 17:18
Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan's blog:

Wednesday

I'm feeling better but today was horrible. I got ghosted so many times it was just easy to go to bed and take long nap. My dogs got into my bed after a while, and piled on top of me. I couldn't get rid of them so I got out of bed, even though I wanted to nap some more. This depression of thinking th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 17:18
Micky Neilson Micky Neilson's blog:

The Art of Crash Bandicoot 4

Was an honor and a privilege working with Toys for Bob Studios and Activision Blizzard on the Art of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time! Comes out October 26th, this year.



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Published on July 15, 2020 17:17
Beckie Butcher Beckie Butcher's blog:

Hello!

Hi everyone! I have really dropped the ball on blogging. I have had health concerns of my own as well as worries concerning my mom and between dr.'s appointments, worrying and trying to take good care of both of us, PLUS the severe cfs and fibro, life has pretty much been impossible.

The good news, h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 16:34
CD Baxter CD Baxter's blog:

Ebooks Sales!

Hello! I'd love to say a huge thank you to the ones of you who purchased a copy of my #series.

#VIP info - within the next 72 hours, all 4 #novels of Book1 already published on AmazonUK will be on #Sales from £3.33 to £2.50 until 31 July 2020. Again thanks!
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Published on July 15, 2020 16:14
M.J. Padgett M.J. Padgett's blog:

All About It Blog Series, Week Two

Welcome back to the All About It blog series that introduces readers to my book series!


This week I’m diving into a newer series… which isn’t really all that new. The first two books were written a long time ago, but they needed a lot of rewriting and editing. Once I had the inspiration to push them

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Published on July 13, 2020 10:59
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

a day without stifling humidity...

it was warm outside today, but not horrible. the humidity took the day off. of course, it's coming back with a rage tomorrow. joy.

i got all the shopping done before 3 this afternoon. i picked up some baseball cards and while i didn't get the card i was hoping for in the Topps Series 2 pack, i was pl Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 15:23
James J. Cudney James J. Cudney's blog:

Want to be part of my cover reveal team? #HidingCrackedGlass

The Big Reveal is getting much closer… I’m sending off the final version of Hiding Cracked Glass to a few beta readers this coming weekend, and I couldn’t be more excited. Major thanks to Digital Reads for hosting a cover reveal for me on the sequel to my debut novel, Watching Glass Shatter. Today,

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Published on July 15, 2020 15:00
Eva Pasco Eva Pasco's blog:

Eva’s Byte #272 – The Challenge

“Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.” (George S. Patton)

Last Thursday, my 15-year-old, black&white female cat was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Since then, like so many other pet owners doing their best to follow their veterinarian’s instructions, I’ve accepted Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 15:02
Keith  Hutson Keith Hutson's blog:

Writing the Villain

While it's not my first time writing a villain, this past Monday's experience was rather unique. I was nearly ready to put the leader of the Onyx Syndicate into the spotlight in The Garnet Chronicles. I was building up the kind of villain she was (yes, she. First female villain I've ever created.), Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 14:40
Kym Gordon Moore Kym Gordon Moore's blog:

Feeling Vulnerable and Desperate?

TURTLE

William Morris


When you’re in pain, truly significant pain, does that leave you feeling vulnerable?


There are many people who try to capitalize on your pain, making you think they are honestly looking out for your best interest when they are not. They know you want that pain to go away so badl

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Published on July 15, 2020 04:50
Alan Russell Fuller Alan Russell Fuller's blog:

New ebook

The book of Revelation says that wisdom is needed to calculate the number of the beast. Not only that, but John also speaks as though the wisdom already existed. Philo of Alexandria wrote before John wrote the book of Revelation. He gave an interpretation of the number 666. It was similar to the fir Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 14:26
Howard Libes Howard Libes's blog:

Foreseeable Future on the way

FF book summary:

In the second book of The SEEDER Series, Mar Jeps’ life is transformed forever on Breeze Celebration, and she faces an epic challenge.

With the environmental crisis worsening, the fate of the Kodan species has been placed in her hands. She attempts to produce change for the better as Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:58
Mark Stattelman Mark Stattelman's blog:

Back in time

I feel as though I've reverted back to being a twelve year old. I'm currently working on/writing a book of Pirate Tales and am having so much fun with them that I could just as easily be back at my folk's home (at 12 y.o.) curled up in bed on a hot summer afternoon reading all the swashbuckling adve Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:52
Jean Harkin Jean Harkin's blog:

Breathing in Bad Times

From George Floyd’s heart-wrenching plea, “I can’t breathe,” to self-righteous people disputing the wearing of masks, to covid-19 patients on ventilators, to Black Lives Matter protesters, these are the days and nights of “I can’t breathe.”

In this vein I will discuss a few books:

George Floyd’s murde Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:52
E.A. DeBoest E.A. DeBoest's blog:

Fan favorite!

A summer read that may just be hotter than the sun!

One Night: Two Strangers

She's wild and free, and he's a hot mystery that's wandered right into her world.

It'a a night they'll never forget. It leaves them both forever marked.
But with no strings, will their paths ever cross again? Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:39
Pamela Allegretto Pamela Allegretto's blog:

VENICE – FESTA DEL REDENTORE

The Festa del Redentore, one of the most important traditional events in Venice, commemorates the end of the plague of the 16th century. The annual celebration takes place during the weekend of the third Sunday of July.
Between 1575 and 1577, the plague struck Venice. The bacterium was thought to hav Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:39
Ivona Walker Ivona Walker's blog:

Finding peace in chaos

To say that this year has been a bit stressful is a bit of an understatement.

I haven't written on here since just a few weeks after my father passed away. Nearly three months have passed since I posted, but every time I thought about writing something up, it seemed like all my thoughts were the same Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:37
Bruce Knapp Bruce Knapp's blog:

A must read is on sale for 99 cents.

Noxious is on sale for 99 cents from July 15-22, 2020. BUY NOW!

If you enjoy Stephen King and Joe Hill, you will love the horror and suspense of Noxious.

Noxious

A brutal killing, an evil spirit, and a greedy warden contaminate the mind of a decent man.

In the rural town of Blackwater, Robert Thompson spots a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:31
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

WHAT? ME WORRY?

Feeling unusually anxious, depressed, sleepless, overweight, feeling helpless and can’t get the weight off, having trouble with concentration and memory? Stomach upset, higher blood pressure? More frequent and harder to shake off illness? According to the Mayo Clinic’s Healthy Lifestyle webpage enti Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:31
Karin Cecile Davidson Karin Cecile Davidson's blog:

Sybelia Drive - Cover Art & Gratitude

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So thrilled to share this beauty! The cover of SYBELIA DRIVE! Perfectly imagined and created by artist Annie Russell from the novel’s descriptions of the Florida setting — palmettos, camellias, trumpet vine, ligustrum.

The process of sending a book into the world is sweet and involves man

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Published on July 15, 2020 13:21
R.L.S. Hoff R.L.S. Hoff's blog:

Love and Muddy Puddles

I don’t quite relate to Coco Franks’s quest to be popular, but I totally get what it’s like to have your parents tell you you’re moving away from the life you know, and your feelings about it don’t matter.





Of course, my parents never moved me anywhere quite so remote or primitive. We always (always!)

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Published on July 13, 2020 06:40
Janice Gallop Harper Janice Gallop Harper's blog:

HIDE ME IN YOUR LOVE

Lyrics by Clara Ward




Through the years I keep on toiling
Toiling through the storm and rain
Watchfully and patiently waiting
Till my Savior comes again
I, I’m coming Lord
Yes I’m trusting in Your word
Keep me from the path of sin
Hide me in Your love
Write my name above
When the gates swing open
Let, let me in

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Published on June 03, 2020 09:50
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