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Cynthia Portaro Cynthia Portaro's blog:

Beyond the Unthinkable

Chapter 10
Children are not supposed to die … parents expect to see their children grow and mature. Ultimately, parents expect to die and leave their children behind. This is the natural course of life events, the life cycle continuing as it should. The loss of a child is the loss of innocence, the d Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 16:52
Annalee Adams Annalee Adams's blog:

It’s time for a new book

I think it’s about time I wrote a new book... well the good news is, I’m half way through two new books, and have plans for a quirky new series in the future. So, keep your eyes peeled and I’ll release a snippet or two on the blog very soon.
Ttfn, Annalee xx
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Published on January 23, 2021 16:43
Emma Eggleston Emma Eggleston's blog:

My favorite songs ATM

Here's a list of my top ten favorite songs right now. (in no particular order)

1. Tolerate It by Taylor Swift
2. Marjorie by Taylor Swift
3. So Am I by Ava Max
4. Look Up At The Stars by Shawn Mendes
5. I Need You To Hate Me by J.C. Stewart
6. Afterglow by Ed Sheeran
7. Time to go by Taylor Swift
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Published on January 23, 2021 16:35
Rebecca Wood Barrett Rebecca Wood Barrett's blog:

gently gaining ground: A Writer’s Mantra

Stories do not unspool from my mind like a length of yarn from a spindle. They do not unspool connected, consistent, with an innate chronology. My stories come together in pieces, in fragments, and it takes a lot of tinkering before they make sense. From all accounts the unspooling method of writing Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 16:26
M.A. Owens M.A. Owens's blog:

Hardcovers now available!

At long last, the entire Detective Trigger series (including the new omnibus) is now available in hardcover! The Legend's Farewell will also be available in hardcover on the day of release, alongside the usual paperback and kindle editions.

Detective Trigger and the Ruby Collar (Detective Trigger, #1) by M.A. Owens

Detective Trigger and the Grand Gobbler (Detective Trigger, #2) by M.A. Owens

Detective Trigger and the Easy Money (Detective Trigger, #3) by M.A. Owens

Detective Trigger and the Legend's Farewell (Detective Trigger, #4) by M.A. Owens

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Published on January 23, 2021 16:04
Amy  Sommers Amy Sommers's blog:

No, Biden's China Policy Will Not Be Trump 2.0

The Seattle Times has an op-ed out "The path to a new China policy" from Michael Burke and me:

We have no illusions that the US and China (or China and its other major trading partners) are going back to the halcyon days of the early post-WTO accession period. But, having an executive branch that a

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Published on January 23, 2021 15:20
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's Guest Author

My guest author this week is Victoria Liiv, who has just released her first book Through Hell and Highwater. Victoria writes in the fantasy and paranormal genres and is considering writing a sci-fi book.

In this interview Victoria tells how she left Estonia to be with a man in The Netherland she met Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 15:21
D.J. Adamson D.J. Adamson's blog:

BOOK REVIEWS

January 2021 Issue of Le Coeur de l’Artiste Magazine is out. Click here to read book reviews for V. E. Schwab (historical fantasy); Luanne Rice, Marin Montgomery (Mystery); Jenny Ashcroft, Patricia Morrisrow (historical romance); Max Brooks, H. Russell Wakefield (Paranormal, Ghostly); and Naguib Mah Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 15:18
Prudence Sky Prudence Sky's blog:

Stories

Immortality's End is a short story about love that transcends time. My influences derives from Ray Bradbury, the Twilight Zone, Queen, novels by Anne Rice, anthologies, and countless science fiction novels. I've always been interested in telling a story from the point of view of the protagonist. I a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 15:13
Lori Roberts Herbst Lori Roberts Herbst's blog:

Dream a Little Dream

The other night, Elizabeth Shue and I were eating apples in my kitchen.

She said something amusing, and when I chuckled, a tiny stream of juice trickled down my chin. I reached up and wiped it away with the back of my hand. 

It was a dream, of course. I’ve never met Elizabeth Shue, haven’t even though

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Published on January 23, 2021 14:45
Kelly L. Miller Kelly L. Miller's blog:

What I Do

No, I don't write for you. But I do like that you like my writing too. Therefore, I say thank you.
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Published on January 23, 2021 14:58
Jeffrey LeBlanc Jeffrey LeBlanc's blog:

“The Tell-Tale Heart” By Edgar Allan Poe (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

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Welcome ….to…. Dweller of the Dark!

We are a channel honoring the yellowed and blackened bones of many prominent authors. We will be digging up several obscure, strange, and forgotten

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Published on January 18, 2021 19:10
Jennifer Siddoway Jennifer Siddoway's blog:

Earthwalker Trilogy Re-Release

Hey there!
The last few weeks have been spent focusing on the re-release of the Earthwalker Trilogy. I'm completely in love with the new covers, and cannot wait to share them with you! Seriously, my cover designer has really outdone herself on this one. I'm fangirling like an idiot over here.

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Published on January 23, 2021 14:50
Christy Pastore Christy Pastore's blog:

5 Days until Copper Lining Releases!

Only 5 more days until Copper Lining releases! SO EXCITED!

"Copper Lining is a fantastic and sexy addition to the series that you won’t want to put down." ~ Energy

Amazon: https://geni.us/CopperLiningAMZ
Barnes & Noble: https://geni.us/CopperLiningBN
Kobo: https://geni.us/CopperLiningKo
Apple: https://ge Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 14:06
Ward Sanford Ward Sanford's blog:

Water: The Key to the Working of Herod's Temple

Painting of William Simpson from 1870 showing the largest cistern under the Temple Mount.

Water was an essential need for operations of the Temple in Jerusalem. Priests needed to be cleansed daily. The blood from sacrifices needed to be washed from around the altar. On feasts days a lot of water was

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Published on January 17, 2021 12:41
Andrew Seiple Andrew Seiple's blog:

AudiblePlus gets Dire

More good news!
I'm happy to report that Dire:Born and Dire:Seed have been chosen for Amazon's Audibleplus program.
What does this mean?
It means that if you're subscribed to Audibleplus, you can check out and listen to Dire:Born and Dire:Seed on audio for free.
If you haven't already listened, this is Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 13:58
Simon    King Simon King's blog:

The project I was chosen for...

Does anybody else believe in fate? I have a project coming up, a book, that I believe may be the reason fate asked me to become a writer. This is a project that will be one of the hardest things I've ever; about an unspeakable act upon my family that has been haunting us for almost a decade, and lef Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 13:57
SerHack SerHack's blog:

Convos: A Persistent Self-Hosted Web Client for IRC

Throughout 2020, in large part due to the lockdown, many people have started to become familiar with internal communication tools. Microsoft Teams, Slack, Telegram, Mattermost, and a few others are the most widely used and recognizable of these tools, but there still seems to be some people using In Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 17, 2020 16:00
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