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Johnny Moscato Johnny Moscato's blog:
John Smith, wherever he came from or why, was human and deserved the same rights as all other humans. The fear, violence, and discrimination was unfair and had to stop. We’re were talking about terrorism and hate crimes. There was and is no room for that in our society. John Smith is not responsi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 10:34 • 1 view
Aaron Donley Aaron Donley's blog:
https://www.wattpad.com/myworks/16515...

Here's a link to a short story contest I just entered on Wattpad. You had to write a 1000 word story based on the image they provided.
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Published on October 21, 2018 10:32 • 2 views
د. هادي عميره د. هادي عميره's blog:
انا طليقة حرة لا اعرف القيود والاحكام أفكر في الشي وافعله. لي شريك عزيز عليّ يدعى الجسد ارتبط معه ارتباط وقتيا. ارافقه في الدنيا وأتخلى عنه عندما يدفن تحت التراب. انا شفافة، انا الغير مرئية حساسة جدا ً الى فوق مستوى التصور لا اغالي في الأفعال ول كن أحس بالإمكان اتأثر حينا وحينا اتجاهل. ليس لي مكا... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:59 • 5 views
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:
Friends, Check out Discovery Channel's Expedition Unknown tonight hosted by Josh Gates. Cryonics is part of the show at 10PM. Then at 11PM, in a special "Expedition Unknown: After the Search" episode. Josh and I sit down and discuss #transhumanism and conquering death with technology. Make sure t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:32 • 6 views
C. Sean McGee C. Sean McGee's blog:
Nascer, respirar, reclamar
Abraçado, nomeado, se-calmar
Andar, correr, cair
Chorar, sofrer, sorrir
Levantar, estudar, consumir
Aprender, se-provar, vomitar
Pular, celebrar, trabalhar
Gastar, desfrutar, afastar
Amar, afundar - amado
Prometer, afogar - viciado
Acreditar, cegar, se-perder
Esvaziar, envelhecer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:27 • 5 views
Teresa LaBella Teresa LaBella's blog:
Eat CakeEat Cake by Jeanne Ray

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I loved this book.
Pass it by if slice of life stories aren't your cup of tea. There are no thrills or who-done-it mysteries to solve in these pages. No sex beyond a hint of romantic love rekindled. Just a sweet read about everyday people coping with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:16 • 6 views
FX Holden FX Holden's blog:
Hi, here's a little bit of 'behind the scenes' info on how I wrote Bering Strait.

THE PLOT

I have the magazine the Economist to thank for this! On a transatlantic flight I was reading the magazine and I read an article called 'Liquidity Crisis' about the looming risk of global conflicts over access... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:05 • 6 views
Brendon Bertram Brendon Bertram's blog:
Chapter 4

The survivors stood in the cabin as Fergus raised his hammer over his head and addressed them.

“My men,” He pointed the hammer towards the roof. “Will cover you with volleys of fire as you run. It is important that you keep running no matter what. If someone falls, leave them, you’ll on... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:03 • 6 views
Terry M. West Terry M. West's blog:
When I was a kid and there were only a few television stations, it was always a thrill when a made for TV horror movie or mini-series was announced. I was a horror junkie before I hit the age of ten. But there were many movies I was not allowed to go see at the drive-in.

So when a made for TV horr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 09:02 • 5 views
Morgana Le'fay Morgana Le'fay's blog:

Which Essential Oils can be hazardous?

The following is a rundown of a portion of the customarily acknowledged contraindicated oils for particular conditions. There is minimal logical research to help the greater part of these contraindications.

Pregnancy Basil, cinnamon, clary sage, cypress, fen...

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Published on October 20, 2018 08:44 • 4 views
Nancy  Ann Nancy Ann's blog:
The Face I Wear

The face I wear is never sad.

It's never angry and never mad.


The face I wear never cries.

It's never bitter but it always lies.


The face I wear covers my pain.

The face I wear covers my fear.

The face I wear hides who am I

It hides my sorrows and hides my pain


The face I wear would you l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 08:54 • 5 views
Kay L Moody Kay L Moody's blog:
I recently wrote a short story and wanted to share it with you! Hope you enjoy. :)

Cloned Chapter One

“Apparently clone is synonymous with slave,” Ecko said as she filled in the final boxes of her crossword puzzle.

With a huff, Treyu poked the little x in the top corner of her electronic Quad. He sh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 08:51 • 7 views
Ricardo   Santos Ricardo Santos's blog:
O meu "Homem com Mochila" saiu, galera! Este é um livro de viagens tratado como um livro-reportagem, em que o mais importante não é ir a lugares exuberantes nem entrevistar personalidades, e sim cobrir o cotidiano em outro ritmo, prestando atenção aos detalhes. Uma prova de que jornalismo sério,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 08:39 • 5 views
Kevin G. Chapman Kevin G. Chapman's blog:
From now through November 7 I'm running a giveaway on Goodreads for 100 free Kindle edition copies of "Righteous Assassin." You'll love this new crime thriller. Enter today and, if you're a winner, please consider posting a review to let me know what you thought. Find the giveaway at: https://www... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 08:25 • 6 views
Christopher M. Daniels Christopher M. Daniels's blog:
Teleport This free kindle download today, Oct 21, and tomorrow! Tell your friends! Tell your enemies! I really don't care who you tell, I need books sales!
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Published on October 21, 2018 08:12 • 5 views
Richard T. Rook Richard T. Rook's blog:
I'll be discussing "Tiernan's Wake" at the Greenville (RI) Public Library on November 5, 2018 (6:30 PM) and at the Bellingham (MA)
Public Library on November 26, 2018
(6:30 PM). If you're in the area, stop on by!
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Published on October 21, 2018 07:39 • 6 views
Amy H. Sturgis Amy H. Sturgis's blog:

It was my honor to be invited by two terrific podcasts to narrate two wonderfully spooky stories this year, one classic and one contemporary, both written by amazing women. I love these
chilling tales, so I’d like to invite you to check them out!

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Contemporary

The contemporary story I narrated is “...

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Published on October 21, 2018 04:56 • 6 views
Mark Hodges Mark Hodges's blog:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005DGAGQO

This little book is free all day; though hard to find when searching for free books, lol- This is an accurate assessment of a commonly used interpretation of Genesis used in Christian colleges to compromise the bible and make it fit with Darwin's theory. A Theo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 07:25 • 6 views
Thomas Joseph Beck Thomas Joseph Beck's blog:
The great thing about an attitude is that it's yours and you can always change it.
Remember The changes we dread most may contain our salvation.
But then again what do I know?
Hope your smiling today!!
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Published on October 21, 2018 07:23 • 6 views
M.J. Riordan M.J. Riordan's blog:
C.S. Lewis reminds us that our central challenge as humans is not concerned with knowing everything. It is more important, he says, that we “should know what to do next.”
Each time I think of this wise gem from Lewis, I reflect on how formless life really is and how taking care of the next moment... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 07:03 • 6 views
James M. Chesbro James M. Chesbro's blog:
Last weekend I was with friends, a bunch of middle-aged dads, like myself, when one of them brought up my recently released book.

"Jamie wrote a book about how to be a perfect father," Jeff said. Which irked me more than I could convey publicly. My intention all along was to write about the madden... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 06:27 • 53 views
Aaron Dennis Aaron Dennis's blog:
As a self published author, it's always been a real hassle to create audiobooks, but recently, Smashwords has begun to work with a company called Findaway Voices.

A few weeks ago I began converting Cayneian: A Man from Blood Cayneian: A Man from Blood and the process has been super simple and a lo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 06:22 • 13 views
Angelo Aulisa Angelo Aulisa's blog:
Ho fiends beloved friends , we continue the implosion chapter , and so this is the complete picture that we of unfolding of inner intrinsic law of the universal body at the event moment of big bang i may say at the moment because they may be law which our physics sciences have not yet discover wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 06:15 • 16 views
M. Wills M. Wills's blog:
Potions is now available on Smashwords and Amazon: An ordinary day gets turned upside down when four high school guys discover a potion that lets them inhabit the bodies of their classmates and explore their deepest desires. Travis is continually optimistic about the magical items he purchases on... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 05:00 • 1 view
Liz Hartevelt Liz Hartevelt's blog:
Ik heb mijn eerste boek geschreven wat verrassend goed liep en nog steeds loopt. Inmiddels ben ik druk bezig met het tweede deel, maar nu bekruipt me de angst: wat als mensen het niet goed vinden? Wat als mensen doorhebben dat dat eerste boek gewoon een toevalstreffer is en dat ze me nu een oplic... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 21:30 • 7 views
Bree Howland Bree Howland's blog:

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour!

I’ve got a couple really fun things here so check it out:

A guest post from the author And page 11 of Double Double Toil! You can also check out my review for the first book here.

[image error]Six months after the events of Cauldron’s Bubble…

Alda is stranded...

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Published on October 11, 2018 07:00 • 6 views
J.S. Watts J.S. Watts's blog:
I have been been briefly chatting to poet Neil Laurenson over on his blog about my favourite room, the poets that inspire me and the mistreatment of sweetcorn (amongst other things).

You can find the resultant questions and answers (and those of some other poets Neil has likewise been grilling) by... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 05:43 • 5 views
L. Rambit L. Rambit's blog:
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violentwavesofemotion:


I’m a big fan of creating one’s own universe and aggressively staying there

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Published on October 21, 2018 01:45 • 1 view
Apostolos Lymperidis Apostolos Lymperidis's blog:

[image error]Στην προηγούμενη ανάρτηση προσπαθήσαμε να διεισδύσουμε στα αίτια που οδηγούν το νου του ανθρώπου στην αυτοεξαπάτηση και την μωρία, αποτέλεσμα μιας ιδεαλιστικής οπτικής που αναπόφευκτα οδηγεί στην πίστη, στο υπερφυσικό και στις θρησκείες. Η πίστη στο υπερφυσικό δεν είναι μια αθώα πίσ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 23:25 • 5 views
Marissa Baker Marissa Baker's blog:

Practicing righteousness. Learning to love. Developing the mind of God. Following Christ. Those are all essentials of the Christian life, and there are many “tools” God has given us to help us succeed in these goals. These include prayer, Bible reading and study, the Holy Spirit inside us, and fa...

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Published on October 20, 2018 06:35 • 5 views
David Brin David Brin's blog:
Racing about SoCal, first to Peter Diamandis's XPrize Conference and then to give interviews in LA. But I'll try not to neglect you. And so --

== What can you do... even in the last few weeks? ==

Make a difference? Again, state legislatures! Small races but important! See this: "Data for Progress... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 12:18 • 7 views
L.J. Longo L.J. Longo's blog:

I was brought to Steampunk a little late to the game, probably by The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Hellboy (which might not be Steampunk…). I really wish I could say books, or music, or even the fashion brought me into the fold, but I was really not aware of Steampunk until it went mains...

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Published on October 20, 2018 15:35 • 7 views
Eve Culley Eve Culley's blog:
ANITA RODGERS MYSTERY WRITER


https://writerchick.wordpress.com/2018/10/07/a-poem-an-interview/



Awesome 2-hour interview with Chuck Palahnuick. Must watch for all writers. The guy is amazing.



 


Thanks Annie for sharing!


The post A Poem & an Interview from Anita Rodgers’ blog appeared first on Ba...

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Published on October 20, 2018 06:30 • 5 views
Benjamin Medrano Benjamin Medrano's blog:

I started writing The Obsidian Palace this past week, and it’s got ~6,000 words. Not a ton, but I was trying to start slow and build up to things. I’m looking forward to getting moving on it, and am also nervous about things that’re going to happen in it. One thing I’m also concerned about is tha...

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Published on October 21, 2018 05:00 • 9 views
Jennifer C. Wilson Jennifer C. Wilson's blog:

This week’s Big Exciting Announcement! Cannot wait to read the other contributions to this anthology, and for such a great cause too. Keep in touch for updates…



I’ve now received all the short stories that will be included in the upcoming Ricardian anthology Grant Me the Carving of My Name, t...

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Published on October 20, 2018 12:43 • 5 views
Chris Riddell Chris Riddell's blog:


The People’s Vote.

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Published on October 21, 2018 02:08 • 1 view
Debbie Tung Debbie Tung's blog:

Journal comic. Inktober day 20.

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Published on October 20, 2018 10:00 • 4 views
Aleksander Sowa Aleksander Sowa's blog:
Pewnie niejeden autor ma podobną sytuację. Po trzech latach od wydania muszę otwarcie przyznać, że mam problem z tą powieścią. Wydałem ją w 2015 roku po kilkuletnim zbieraniu materiałów na temat okolic, z których pochodzę, a potem okazało się, że... No dobrze, zacznijmy od początku. 


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Published on October 21, 2018 02:59 • 7 views
Ian Gregoire Ian Gregoire's blog:
  As you may have noticed, it’s been a while since my last blog post. There are reasons for this, the principal one being that I’ve been focussed on my fiction writing for the past several weeks. After being sidetracked by a couple of novellas (that I’m still not sure I’m actually going to publis... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2018 10:07 • 5 views
Emmy van Ruijven Emmy van Ruijven's blog:

Lees jij veel klassiekers? Ik moet bekennen dat het er vaak bij inschiet bij mij. Ik kom er niet aan toe omdat er zo veel boeken zijn om gelezen te worden. Toch zijn er een aantal werken van Shakespeare die ik wél gelezen heb. Simpelweg via school of juist omdat ze zo veel invloed hebben […]


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Published on October 20, 2018 22:00 • 5 views
J.N. Morgan J.N. Morgan's blog:
9:29AM
Back still hurts, but not quite as bad as yesterday. Hurts to walk upstairs though. Gonna smoke pot tonight to have a sober night, I hope I'll be good to go tomorrow for classes. The sickness isn't feeling as bad today as it did yesterday; the worst thing is my back, easily. I think I'll be... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 05:02 • 7 views
Josie Riviera Josie Riviera's blog:

I’m thrilled to share the news that Aloha To Love, my sweet Christmas romance, set on a cruise ship and on the beautiful island of Hawaii, is available on pre-order!


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Aloha To Love

Goodbye has never been this hard…especially when love is saying hello…


Screenwriter Angelina Conte has...

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Published on October 20, 2018 18:50 • 5 views
Josephine Corcoran Josephine Corcoran's blog:
I’m really enjoying writing poems for ‘Frames of Reference’, part of the public art programme for King’s Gate, Amesbury, commissioned by Ginkgo Projects and funded by Bloor Homes. I’m one of six Wiltshire-based artists who’ve been given a Local Artist Bursary for this project.  You can read about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 02:02 • 6 views
Mario Kiefer Mario Kiefer's blog:
To each and every one who entered the recent giveaway of “The Ordinary Doll”, I sincerely thank you for your interest. For those who won a copy, I hope that you enjoy the book! For those who entered the giveaway but did not win, you can still get your copy on Amazon and elsewhere.

You need not ha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 04:30 • 5 views
Bernard Jan Bernard Jan's blog:
My novella Look for Me Under the Rainbow about the killing of harp seal pups in Canada and the group of environmentalists and activists trying to save them is still competing in two contests.

It would be a great help if you could spread the word because you can only until October 26 vote for the s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2018 04:24 • 9 views
Răzvan T. Coloja Răzvan T. Coloja's blog:

Holy shit – am o tonă de lucru zilele astea. La modul că mi-e teamă să mă uit în calendar zilnic ce am de făcut începând cu dimineața: ”Hai Răzvan, dă click pe Google Calendar – HAI! You can do it!”.


Anyways, am publicat un articol nou pe Bihoreanul: ”Managementul atacurilor de anxietate”. Am publ...

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Published on October 20, 2018 06:06 • 6 views
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