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مجید اسطیری مجید اسطیری's blog:
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شکل کتاب خریدن من در یکی دو سال اخیر کاملا عوض شده. دیگر خیلی کم پیش میآید که از سر تفنن کتاب بخرم. چون همین که به اسم کتاب روی شیرازهش در کتابفروشی نگاه میکنم به این فکر میافتم که "کی فرصت دست خواهدداد که این کتاب را بخوانم؟"

قبلا این طوری نبودم. اسم نویسنده را میدیدم میگفتم بالاخره...

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Published on February 22, 2019 21:44 • 1 view
Abigail Harder Abigail Harder's blog:
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I was “tagged” by Allison to do this gorgeous tag and I cannot wait to get started!!

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Published on February 22, 2019 12:53 • 3 views
Debbie Tung Debbie Tung's blog:

Hello!

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Published on February 22, 2019 16:37 • 2 views
Ken Craft Ken Craft's blog:
When you think William Carlos Williams, you think memorable name. You think Paterson, New Jersey. You think poetry slash doctor who wrote the compelling short story, “The Use of Force.” And assuredly you think of the little-poem-that-could, “The Red Wheelbarrow,” where white chickens are forever... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2019 04:55 • 4 views
J.K. Rowling J.K. Rowling's blog:

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child officially opened at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre with a red carpet gala on Saturday 23rd February.  The cast, director John Tiffany, writer Jack Thorne, and producers Sonia Friedman and Colin Callender were all on the red carpet to welcome Australian fans to the...

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Published on February 22, 2019 21:00 • 10 views
Jane  Jago Jane Jago's blog:
A flavour of Who Put Her In? by Jane Jago. Just one of the books that isn’t free...

…not a word to the gruesome twosome until we have everything settled. Speaking of whom…”
My ears caught the sound of small bare feet on parquet, then came a polite tap on the door.
“Mummy, Daddy, it’s Roz. May me...

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Published on February 23, 2019 02:10 • 6 views
Lucas Mota Lucas Mota's blog:
Photo by João Silas on UnsplashFiquei intrigado quando soube de um caso onde uma escritora brasileira estava sendo acusada de plagiar mais de trinta autores. Além do número, que já chama atenção, também me despertou o interesse porque esta é minha área. Sou escritor. Foi quando comecei a cavar.
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Published on February 22, 2019 23:46 • 1 view
Danny Alexander Ballan Danny Alexander Ballan's blog:

English Vocabulary Building List 01 from Perfect English with Danny Flashcards Learn Test


The post English Vocabulary Building List 01 appeared first on Danny Ballan.

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Published on February 22, 2019 05:22 • 6 views
E.J.   Russell E.J. Russell's blog:

Rainbow Snippets, February 23 – 24, 2019















In the Rainbow Snippets Facebook group, readers, writers, and bloggers share short (six sentences) snippets of their LGBTQIA+ fiction or book recs each weekend. Our theme this week is…the weekend, and keeping the year moving forward on a prosperous/producti...

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Published on February 22, 2019 18:18 • 2 views
Cookie O'Gorman Cookie O'Gorman's blog:

Hi everyone!

So, I can’t hold it in anymore lol! It’s time to put my new book out there, and I’m so freaking excited to share it with you!!! The title and summary are now up, and you can add it to your Goodreads TBR pile here :).

The Good Girl’s Guide to Being Bad was soooo much fun to write, and...

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Published on February 22, 2019 10:14 • 2 views
Naja Tau Naja Tau's blog:
Picture by SDRandCo at Morguefile.com
DREAM

I'm a witch. And I'm trying out this new transportation spell with my teenaged daughter. I have a feeling it's going to come in handy.

"Come on," I say. I hold up an address torn from a newspaper. "I need you to concentrate on this address."

I try to conce... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 16:56 • 1 view
Sarah  Benson Sarah Benson's blog:

Hello friends! I am excited to unveil something I have been dreaming up and working on for a long while now… an activity kit to go along with Born of Shadow. This is a conference exclusive offer and will be available in Eagle, Idaho on Saturday, February 23rd at the Home Educators Conference. The...

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Published on February 23, 2019 01:53 • 8 views
Annette Mori Annette Mori's blog:

I’ve always known I was a little different. I’m sure that is an experience many of you can relate to. Story after story of what it was like to be a lesbian in middle school and high school are relatively prevalent in lesfic. But, I take that one step further. Within that small community, I have a...

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Published on February 22, 2019 06:28 • 1 view
Judith Starkston Judith Starkston's blog:
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I’m looking forward to seeing my Arizona readers at the Poisoned Pen Bookstore this Sunday, Feb 24, 2-3 pm for the book launch of Priestess of Ishana. One of my favorite authors, Beth Cato, will be joining me for a lively conversation. Everyo...

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Published on February 22, 2019 15:40 • 6 views
Marcha A. Fox Marcha A. Fox's blog:
I’m declaring today “Internet Appreciation Day.” Those of us who have been writing for a while truly appreciate how easy it is to conduct a lot of research without leaving home. Finding out the details that make your novel come … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 07:00 • 2 views
Gavin Whyte Gavin Whyte's blog:

I store my laptop in a small wooden box, that was a prop in the Taiwanese movie Seediq Bale Warriors of the Rainbow.





At 10 am, every morning (the hour my writing day starts), I lift the lid off the box and can’t help feeling like I’ve found buried treasure.





It’s a joy to set it on the table, make a...

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Published on February 22, 2019 15:00 • 6 views
Emily Windsor Emily Windsor's blog:
My Captive Earl (The Captivating Debutantes, #2) by Emily Windsor
Attend a Regency house party for free on the 24-25th February! A time of hidden desires, deception, meddling rogues and masquerade...

My Captive Earl is available to download free for two days! (Sun24th-Mon25th). If you've read 'The Rules of the Rogue Series', enjoy Jack Winterbourne's first rogu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2019 03:24 • 2 views
Burt O.Z. Wilson Burt O.Z. Wilson's blog:
Segnalazione del book project Vanthúku sul blog Sogno tra i Libri.

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Published on February 23, 2019 03:15 • 7 views
Bethany-Kris Bethany-Kris's blog:
Hey, loves! I am back with the final outtake for the month. This is a request from the form – someone wanted to see the Guzzi parents with all their boys when they were teenagers. Do enjoy.
Onto the outtake.
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The Guzzi BoysGian POV
Everything was going to soon change, although Gian didn’t know exac... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 06:28 • 6 views
Tarang Sinha Tarang Sinha's blog:
I have not painted anything in the last 4-5 days {for some unavoidable reason} except one that turned out bad. It happens when I am not totally engrossed. There's no quick painting for me. And I know there would be an obvious and expected hesitation in my brush strokes when I will sit down to pai... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 21:51 • 7 views
Ruchira Khanna Ruchira Khanna's blog:
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Published on February 22, 2019 14:43 • 7 views
Kira A. Gold Kira A. Gold's blog:

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A lovely pick-me-up scent, in a mimosas-after-the-gym sort of way.

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Published on February 22, 2019 10:07 • 6 views
Sayumi Michishige Sayumi Michishige's blog:
昨日、ヤバイTシャツ屋さんのライブに行ってきました!!めっっっちゃ楽しかったです!!!かっこよかったぁぁ私が生で聴きたかった曲、ほとんどやってたので超うれしかったです!!!MCも超楽しくてめちゃ笑いました!3人のやり取りをずっと見ていたかったです!おわってほしくなかった〜楽しかったな〜〜本当に、あともう2時間ぐらいやってほしかったな〜〜〜絶対、また続きをみる

『著作権保護のため、記事の一部のみ表示されております。』

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Published on February 22, 2019 19:03 • 1 view
Esosa Kolawole Esosa Kolawole's blog:
I've never liked Iwo-Road.

The roads led to too many places in Ibadan. From Ojo to Challenge, to Agodi, you name it. A sea of people heading in different directions always flooded it. If you're not swift when walking then people will keep bumping into you.

A few minutes ago, I almost jumped in fron... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2019 02:37 • 19 views
Jennifer Rundlett Jennifer Rundlett's blog:
When I was a child, I spoke as a child…

How do we address Jesus? What do we call him most often? Do we visualize him as we speak to him in prayer? or do we speak directly to God and by pass Jesus only using his name to endorse our prayers?


When I was child, I was always taught that we must end a pr...

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Published on February 22, 2019 03:00 • 2 views
Naomi Ragen Naomi Ragen's blog:

Dear friends, I will be in Florida next week, speaking at two events which are private JNF events but I have permission to invite you, my faithful readers. It’s a very special talk close to my heart about my life in Israel as a writer, a woman, and a Zionist facing so many enemies, now more than...

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Published on February 22, 2019 08:15 • 6 views
Lisa Niver Lisa Niver's blog:

I used a Sony Alpha 6000 for this photo. I edited the photo in Lightroom but only very slightly. The original looks the same, only a tiny bit less exposed. I used auto adjustment to lighten.


The post Dance with the Dead in Namibia appeared first on We Said Go Travel.

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Published on February 22, 2019 09:00 • 6 views
Raye Wagner Raye Wagner's blog:

Dark fantasy. Slow-burn romance. Unexpected twists you won’t see coming.


My memory is lost. Gone. I can’t remember my name or magîk. I don’t know what happened to our ruler or why the jungle is changing. Who is the guard and why is he so angry? And why do I feel safe with a deadly panthera?


When I...

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Published on February 22, 2019 15:54 • 6 views
Lori Benton Lori Benton's blog:
K.M. Shea K.M. Shea's blog:

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Angelique’s first book, Apprentice of Magic, has been available for over a week now, and I’ve been overwhelmed at the outpouring of comments, reviews, social media posts, and more! Thank you so much Champions!


Thank you again to everyone who has left a review. As an author the reviews make my b...

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Published on February 22, 2019 07:05 • 11 views
Rachel Schurig Rachel Schurig's blog:

Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having a great 2019 so far! My year has been BUSY. I bought a new house at the very beginning of January and it’s been tons of work getting it ready. But I have my office all set up and ready to go so at least I have a place to write!


And I have been writing! In fac...

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Published on February 22, 2019 10:24 • 5 views
Lauren Gilley Lauren Gilley's blog:
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If you follow me on Instagram (@hppress), you'll know that I've read a lot in the last year. Last few years, really. Okay, I've always read a lot. But the last year has brought me some really excellent reads. So if you're all caught up with my releases (hello, shameless plug), and n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 07:38 • 7 views
Nicole Hunn Nicole Hunn's blog:

This gluten free blueberry muffin bread is a tender and rich quick bread made with sour cream, packed with fresh blueberries. Crumble topping (sort of) optional.

This gluten free blueberry muffin bread is a tender and rich quick bread made with sour cream, packed with fresh blueberries. Crumble topping (sort of) optional.

From banana bread and cinnamon swirl bread to chocolate chip yogurt bread, I love a solid quick bread recipe. Quick breads are to muf...

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Published on February 22, 2019 09:20 • 2 views
Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan's blog:

Sumer is icumen in but not just yet thank goodness. My favourite season in Delhi, the In Between Winter and Summer has begun. (Also love: In Between Summer and Winter but absolutely ZERO love for In Between Dry and Wet) lying on sofa, reading a book, enjoying this sunny weekend. #delhidiary

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Published on February 23, 2019 01:22 • 7 views
Amy Allen Clark Amy Allen Clark's blog:
So many fun finds this week! Happy Friday! xo lace trim top initial rings llama basket (ADORABLE!) knotted tote bag (take extra 20% off all sale items) block heel sandals (half off!!) she can she will tee shirt dress (several colors & patterns) faux shearling throws (cannot believe the price... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 08:45 • 7 views
Rob  Bignell Rob Bignell's blog:

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Professional Book Editor: Having your novel, short story or nonfiction manuscript proofread or edited before submitting it can prove invaluable. In an economic climate where you face heavy competition, your writing needs a second eye to give you the edge. I can provide that second eye.



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Published on February 22, 2019 04:45 • 6 views
Ali Bacon Ali Bacon's blog:

I’ve probably said before somewhere that I find short story and flash fiction collections a difficult reading proposition, the exceptions being, as I am finding more and more, when the collection has a strong linking theme or overarching narrative. Recently two of these have come my way. And the...

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Published on February 22, 2019 08:52 • 6 views
Max Frei Max Frei's blog:
Современный чешский художник Индржих Певный (Jindřich Pevný). Трогательный такой. Вот эта картинка называется «Сад с котом»:



А эта не знаю, как:

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Published on February 22, 2019 02:59 • 2 views
R. Albert Mohler Jr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.'s blog:

Just days ago, the United States Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision that reestablished a very basic principle of constitutional self-government. USA Today reported this case with the headline, “High Court Caps Excessive Fines.” The fines are just a hint of what was at stake.


Richard Wo...

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Published on February 22, 2019 17:59 • 5 views
Ronald Kelly Ronald Kelly's blog:
LAST CALL FORMORE SICK STUFF!

Time stands still for no one...
No, that's not the opening statement from the cremation insurance flyer that I got in the mail the other day. It's a warning. A warning that time is running out... to preorder  MORE SICK STUFF , the long-awaited sequel collectio... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2019 21:36 • 2 views
Ryan Peter Ryan Peter's blog:

I’m a big believer in the reality of free will – and by this, I mean libertarian free will. Any philosophy or theology (and how close these two live!) that tries to tell you that certain aspects of life are simply an ‘illusion’ is suspect. Rather, it seems to me that life is exactly as we experie...

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Published on February 22, 2019 10:30 • 6 views
J.A. Jance J.A. Jance's blog:

Next weekend is the tenth annual Tucson Festival of Books, and Thomas Perry, Luis Urrea, and I have been there every single year. And because the festival is held on the campus of the University of Arizona, my alma mater, I’m always especially glad to participate. In years past, when the festival...

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Published on February 22, 2019 06:00 • 8 views
J.C. Daniels J.C. Daniels's blog:

The past week has been a hot bitch of a mess with the plagiarism, the confusion with some people not understanding the difference with between plagiarism & GW, frustration over how scammers have been screwing things up for writers on Amazon and hello, of course, Amazon does not care.

Everythi...

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Published on February 22, 2019 19:05 • 12 views
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