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Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:

Dangerous Game

"You're playing a dangerous goddamn game," I warned Nadeema. "Looking into my mind without permission."
She scowled at my words. "Please watch your language in my shop."
I laughed. "I'm a black witch. Profanity is part of my religion."
"What do you want with me, daughter of the Witch Queen?"
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Published on December 05, 2019 21:05
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Գույները մգացնող, թե՞ գունազրկող մոխրագույն. պայմանավորվա...

Գույները մգացնող, թե՞ գունազրկող մոխրագույն. պայմանավորված է նրանով, թե ինչպես ենք ընդունում ճշմարտությունը մեր կյանքում ..., ու դալտոնիզմի պատճառն էլ միայն աչքերում չէ՝ ուղղակի, երբեմն, գույները նուրբ են այնքա՜ն ...
ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ


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Published on December 05, 2019 13:18
Armando S. Garcia Armando S. Garcia's blog:

How happy are you?

Although it is wonderful that there is increased interest and research in positive psychology, it unfortunately suffers from being too deterministic. What I mean is that it is based on a scientific premise that our personalities are the result of our ideas, emotions, and the environment. It does... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 20:52
Hannah Ross Hannah Ross's blog:

2019 Recap

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As the end of the year is approaching, it's time for another recap. Compared to 2018, it was a less intense year in terms of books: I only released two, compared to four last year.

I opened 2019 with the release of Dragon Diplomacy, my first Middle Grade fantasy novel, which I did not predict to b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 20:37
Mark Hodges Mark Hodges's blog:

Free giveaway Friday & Saturday

Free Friday and Saturday on Amazon-
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"We have Christian politics and there’s nothing wrong with that, our faith should play itself out in the political arena. We have Christian good works and aid, Christian philosophy and world view. And all of these are essential out workings of a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 19:55
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day - Speckled tanager: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...
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Published on December 05, 2019 19:27
Kelly McWilliams Kelly McWilliams's blog:

Agnes Street Team!

Calling all dystopia fans! Agnes at the End of the World comes out in June 2020. Between now and then, there will be so much swag (seriously, so much!), giveaways, and opportunities to read Agnes early!

You can sign up for the Agnes at the End of the World street team here: https://www.kellymcwil... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 19:26
J.P. Kenwood J.P. Kenwood's blog:

Audiobook news

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Published on December 05, 2019 19:23
David Arduser David Arduser's blog:

Gotta start somewhere

Welcome to my first Goodreads blog! I've been learning that the hardest part of being an self-published author is marketing my work! Trying to convince people they should read my book takes a lot of time and effort (certainly more than writing, editing, or publishing ever did!)

There's so much to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 19:20
Keith Kunkler Keith Kunkler's blog:

Whispers

Whispers numb your ear
scatters of glances
all around
you feel as if you fallen
but where is the ground
fear; anxiety
grabs at you
won't let go
worry holds you down
can't breathe
can't get up
knocked down
just survive
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Published on December 05, 2019 19:10
Annie Bucknall Annie Bucknall's blog:

Last Christmas I was pregnant, jobless and broke.

Last Christmas I was pregnant, jobless and broke.



Don't worry. This isn't going to be one of those posts that tell you I discovered some secret formula to making money and bought a seaside mansion in a year. Because no matter what someone is trying to sell you, the truth is, progress is a lot slow... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 20:05
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

Friends! Good News. We received official news today we will be on the Republican Primary ballot in the beautiful state of #Colorado. I look forward to campaigning (and #snowboarding) there soon! #UpgradingAmerica #Zoltan2020 www.zoltan2020.com

Friends! Good News. We received official news today we will be on the Republican Primary ballot in the beautiful state of #Colorado. I look forward to campaigning (and #snowboarding) there soon! #UpgradingAmerica #Zoltan2020 www.zoltan2020.com

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Published on December 05, 2019 18:51
Carol A. Park Carol A. Park's blog:

Cursebreaker Pre-Order

Just a reminder that Cursebreaker (Heretic Gods #2) releases on Dec. 12th and is available for pre-order!

The pre-order price is $2.99 -- it will go up to $4.99 on Dec. 13th. It will also be available in Kindle Unlimited. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:46
Addison Cole Addison Cole's blog:

A Braden Christmas celebration!

Have you read A VERY BRADEN CHRISTMAS, the Weston Braden holiday novelette written under my real name? If you love my Sweet with Heat: Weston Bradens, or you love big-family romance, this is a holiday must read!

<3 A VERY BRADEN CHRISTMAS <3
KINDLE: http://smarturl.it/AVBC_Kindle
APPLE: http:/... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:40
Brook  Allen Brook Allen's blog:

Philippi: The Battle

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Published on December 05, 2019 18:37
Elizabeth Rose Elizabeth Rose's blog:

Holiday Romance boxed set

I've put together some of my winter and Christmas romances in one box set as a special holiday treat. Holiday Romance: Boxed Set Holiday Romance Boxed Set by Elizabeth Rose
Only $1.99 or KU reads all six books in the set for free.
Happy holidays! (Limited time deal) Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:37
Michael Amos Cody Michael Amos Cody's blog:

Throwback Thursday, December 4

So, I started this post on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, but then — needing to head out to meet Sam for beer, wings, and conversation — decided to put it aside for a “Throwback Thursday” visit to my old diaries. I know it’s now actually the 5th, but I’m going to stick with these entries I found...

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Published on December 05, 2019 07:47
Aidan  McNally Aidan McNally's blog:

Ireland, you sleep so soundly. Is it the cold?

Many people over time have said to me how they love to sleep when the rain and wind is howling outside. They tend to feel more comfortable when they hear the noise the rain makes on the roof or pelting off of their windows. Something makes their warm bed seem so much more enjoyable. They sleep be... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:33
Lana Williams Lana Williams's blog:

A Medieval Christmas Novella - Only $99!

Dear Readers,

If you're in need of a little Christmas cheer, I invite you to read A KNIGHT'S CHRISTMAS WISH, only $.99 on all major platforms!

Weary and injured, Sir Rylan de Bremont wants only to return home for Christmas after two long years away. But first he must deliver terrible news to a newl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:05
Bradley Poage Bradley Poage's blog:

BLOOD ON MY HANDS: THE BABYSITTER Free Download 12/6-12/10

Hello Everyone!

Launching a new short story series! Grab a copy, free to download 12/6-12/10.

BLOOD ON MY HANDS: THE BABYSITTER

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082DLQ6J3/...

Synopsis:

After shopping for groceries, Erin comes home. But upon arrival she finds the babysitter's car and a grizzly murder. Will s...
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Published on December 05, 2019 18:04
N.N. Light N.N. Light's blog:

Book Series Recommendation | Havenport Romance by USA Today Bestseller @RuthACasie #romance #romanticsuspense

Title: Happily Ever AfterAuthor: Ruth A. CasieGenre: Contemporary Romantic SuspensePublisher: Timeless Scribes PublishingBook Blurb:He was the cause of her fall from literary stardom until he became her salvation.From a fall from literary stardom to becoming the heroine in her own romance story,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 05:00
Brenda Mohammed Brenda Mohammed's blog:

SPACE TIME MAGAZINE INTERVIEWS HUMANOID BRENDA MOHAMMED


SPACE TIME MAGAZINE
Subject: Interview | Name: BRENDA MOHAMMED
GALAXY: Milky Way, PLANET: Earth, SPECIES: Humanoid.
OCCUPATION: Author, GENRE: Sci-Fi…
IDENTIFICATION OF HUMANOID: Brenda Mohammed


INTRODUCTION
Brenda Mohammed a multi-genre, award-winning author and poet, is the author of twenty-one bo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 17:35
Cameron Darrow Cameron Darrow's blog:

More Midnight Thoughts

I woke up at four in the morning with an idea for how a character's hair works. That sounds weird (likely because it is), but it will make sense in the context of the story. I'd never thought about her hair beyond what it looked like, but this new midnight insight actually adds to her character i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 17:26
Amanda J. Greene Amanda J. Greene's blog:

Giveaway!

Thanksmas Competition 2019

Hi everyone!!!


It is that time of year again. For those of you who are new, I will explain. Every year my family gets together for Thanksgiving and we do a cute competition. Up for grabs? Family bragging rights.

Please, cast your vote below for your favorite ginger bread... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 16:49
John M. Sheehan John M. Sheehan's blog:

Flesh Run Over

Your flesh will try to run you over and this is why you must take charge of your emotions. Your flesh always tries to take everything to an extreme.

If you allow it to control you, it will carry you into spiritual destruction making you weak, powerless, and devoid of the desire or energy to pursu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 16:43
Eliza   Grey Eliza Grey's blog:

I don't want to do my homework

"Some trust in love and some trust in hatred
Some trust in fear and some in violence
Some trust in faith and some trust in fortune
Some trust God and some just get away."-- The Fray
Today, I just want to get away. Do you know what I mean? Life can be so overwhelming, sometimes...
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Published on December 05, 2019 16:28
Amazing Williams Amazing Williams's blog:

"Autumn's Ambiance"

If you see my book, "Autumn's Ambiance," and wonder why I published book two before book one, know that I am currently working on book one, "Summer's Sunrise," which I plan to have published Spring of 2020. I know, I hate reading books out of order too, but bare with me and you'll see where it al... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 16:18
Simon  Carr Simon Carr's blog:

Dyslexia and me.

I have never done a blog before, I have found myself doing lots of things I have never done before and never thought I would ever be able to do, see I have high end dyslexica what that means is like autism dyslexica is on a scale the low end of the scale and you have some difficulty reading and w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 15:52
Lauren Blakely Lauren Blakely's blog:

ON SALE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER



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Published on December 05, 2019 15:18
Arthur  Graham Arthur Graham's blog:

River House Blues

descriptionHorror Sleaze Trash proudly presents River House Blues:

A carousel of surreal characters flowing along a river of souls. Lovers, hunters, gamblers, and even lady death herself all make an appearance in this powerful new book of poems from Mendes Biondo.

Mendes is the Mount Vesuvius of poetry, the l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 15:19
Clarissa Simmens Clarissa Simmens's blog:

CARTOMANTIC CHEMISTRY / PERIODIC TABLE

never studied chemistry
but the tidy rows
of atomic numbers and letters
spoke to me
atoms of protons and electrons
defining characteristics
of each element
and theoretically
i understand the discipline
and now
in beautiful colorful cards
i
the cartomancer of
tarot and lenormand
of the drom romani
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Published on December 05, 2019 15:10
M.E. Brines M.E. Brines's blog:

Jesus' Birthday

Our current Capitalist Consumerist Saturnalia Celebration, the one commonly known as "Christmas," has nothing to do with Christ and never has.

First off, Christ wasn't born on December 25th. While the Bible doesn't state exactly when he was born, it does give quite a few details we can use to sle... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 15:02
Shane Lambert Shane Lambert's blog:

Jack the Ripper Suspect - A Protagonist

Check out my article at short-stories-online.com. I found a Jack the Ripper suspect names in a short story that was published in 1894. You have to read this to believe it.

http://short-stories-online.com/2019/... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:44
Dennis McClure Dennis McClure's blog:

Robert Service, Gold Rush Poet

Robert Service, Poet of the Gold Rush

Robert Service lived a long way from Northern Canada—in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of an heiress he got a good education; worked in a shipping office then a bank. He wrote his first poem at age 6. Studied literature at the University of Glasgow. Robert found inspi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:43
Michael   Bertrand Michael Bertrand's blog:

Suggested Viewing

Here are some movies and TV series that strongly influenced the creation of CTT. Due to the nature of the media it is not possible to link to full films. Some are out of print and/or otherwise hard to find.



Neon Genesis Evangelion. (Anime series, 1996. available on Netflix)
AKIRA. (anime film, 1988... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:41
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:

Advent Already?

Did anyone else think Advent came about very suddenly? It surprised me to end Thanksgiving and go directly to December 1 and the first Sunday in Advent. I wasn't ready! I love the season of Advent as I prepare for the celebration of Christ's birth. I'm just a little behind.

Preparing and anticipat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:42
Ellie Moses Ellie Moses's blog:

Writing How I Talk

Hey Y'all! I just found this Goodreads blog option and thought it'd be a good way to talk about how my characters talk in my Hillbilly Hexes cozy mystery series. It is a lot different than most people talk and that's okay.

First, I am from South Eastern Kentucky, born and raised, but that's the o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:42
Holly Bohling Holly Bohling's blog:

On becoming an author

Retirement has been fun... part of that fun is writing these two books: Tainted Names and The Old Recipe Box. I am now learning about shameless self-promotion. You will find more about each book in future posts. They can be found on Amazon.com under “books” then search on the titles.. One thing l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 14:31
Carole V. Bell Carole V. Bell's blog:

Review: The Bromance Book Club

The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I loved the idea of this book. I liked its execution. The Bromance Book Club is a second chance love story with a twist. Gavin and Thea, the couple at the center of this story, love each other, but they met and married young, had... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 05, 2019 12:55
A.G. Mayes A.G. Mayes's blog:

Writing Update and Goals!

I work seasonally as a parking lot striper. It’s a wonderful, but sometimes exhausting and unpredictable, job. Now that the snow has fallen here, I am fully focused on my writing projects and freelance work. I freelance as a developmental editor, and I’m taking on new clients now. If you know any...

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Published on December 05, 2019 11:42
Lisa Worthey Smith Lisa Worthey Smith's blog:

Ocean of Fear, by J. Carol Nemeth

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Ocean of Fear
by J. Carol Nemeth

Overcoming past fears and trusting the Lord come what may.


This is the 3rd book in a 5 book series but the take away for this book is two-fold: God’s grace is bigger than our fears and His mercy sent His Son to forgive our sins.


Carol, what age group of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 24, 2019 05:16
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