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T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

Introducing Harry…

Good evening (or good morning!)



I’m very excited about this post! To celebrate the release of my debut lesbian erotica novel (available on various different platforms – see below for links), I decided to get an illustration commissioned to bring one of my main characters to life! I was very excite...

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Published on December 08, 2019 13:08
Wendy Goerl Wendy Goerl's blog:

A NaNoWriMo Discovery

I can churn out 2-3 page outlines/synopses by the dozens, but when I try to flesh them out, I get mired in where this event should go, what my characters are going to agree to call that, why someone would do something this way instead of that. I call them "writer's logjams," because they aren't r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:08
Κώστας Μεταλλίδης Κώστας Μεταλλίδης's blog:

κριτική της φιλολόγου Χατζηαστερίου Τασουλας

Ο ΚΑΘΡΕΦΤΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΨΥΧΗΣ
μέσα σπ' τα μάτια της Αναστασια Χατζηαστεριου (Anastasia Chatziasteriou)

Ιούνιος του 1986. Μια γειτονιά στην περιφέρεια της Θεσσαλονίκης, στα σύνορα Πυλαίας-Καλαμαριάς. Μια γειτονιά- παράδεισος. Ζώα,οικόσιτα και μη, περιβόλια με φρούτα όλων των λογιών, μια στοιχειωμένη καλύβα,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:03
TheRealTom Clancy TheRealTom Clancy's blog:

Free eBook Promotion on Amazon tomorrow

December 11 - 15 Amazon will be offering The Rekindle - the INTRODUCTION eBook for free in conjunction with the Freebooksy Campaign.

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:54
Terence Park Terence Park's blog:

Door Witch

When I bought my first Studio Ghibli film


Image result for Grave of the Fireflies studio ghibli


Grave of the Fireflies





I didn't realise how large Anime was but gradually, through outlets like Crunchyroll I have been educated, and gradually I have developed a taste for it. Anime originated in Japan and what first drew me was was its use of scen...

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:54
R.J. Hore R.J. Hore's blog:

Why Genre Writers Need Cats

Sci Fi authors looking to plumb the depths of alien intelligences, have you ever attempted to communicate with a cat? To get a cat to act reasonable? If we cannot understand or communicate with a creature with which we’ve shared some DNA over the last sixty million or so years, how can we ever ex... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:52
M.C. Kelly M.C. Kelly's blog:

German Chocolate Cake

Daryl and I have been walking a lot lately. Getting into a healthy habit of exercise, spending time together away from other distractions like the tv and internet. We've “outgrown” our one and a half mile circle we live on, so we venture out in other directions. We normally greet the usual dogs,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:50
River Ryan River Ryan's blog:

Freebie

Hey guys, 'tis the season, so I have a free short story for you!

Omega's Heat by River Ryan
Omega's Heat

Here's the link to download a copy:
https://dl.bookfunnel.com/v1it7tc8hf

I hope you enjoy, happy holidays and much love <3

- River

PS - any problems getting your copy, let me know (RiverRyanBooks@hotmail.com), happy to e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:46
John Copenhaver John Copenhaver's blog:

Okay, I’m pretty happy in this photo

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Yep, it’s true:Dodging and Burningwon aMacavity Award for Best First Mystery Novelat Bouchercon this year. The award is named for the “mystery cat” of T.S. Eliot fame and voted on by members of Mystery Readers International. I’m so thankful to Janet Rudolph, editor ofMystery Reader...

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:23
Markus Matthews Markus Matthews's blog:

Blogging on Facebook

Rather than have a blog here, on my website, and other places, I've decided to use Facebook to do all my blogging.

You can find it here - https://www.facebook.com/TheBountySeries

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:35
Sebnem E. Sanders Sebnem E. Sanders's blog:

Happy Birthday, Ripples on the Pond!

Ripples on the Pond is celebrating its second birthday this week, and she has been travelling to many magical destinations, over the past two years.


From 2019 to 2017, here are some photos with highlights from a few reviews on Amazon and Goodreads :


[image error] Ripples on Poros, Greece


Subli...

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:09
Alexandria Miracola Alexandria Miracola's blog:

Wonder Happens When We Give It Away

What's your favorite Bible verse?

What are the words in Scripture that most inspire you to keep moving, keep trusting, keep following?

For me, it's John 21:25. For you, it's something different.

But imagine with me, just for a moment, that you have never read these words.

These words that feel like s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:32
David G. Thomas David G. Thomas's blog:

2019 Royal Dragonfly Book Award Winner

2019 Royal Dragonfly Book Award WinnerKilling Pat Garrett, The Wild West’s Most Famous Lawman – Murder Or Self-Defense? Named 2019 Royal Dragonfly Book Award Winner, Second Place, Historical Non-Fiction.

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Published on December 10, 2019 12:23
Sion Dayson Sion Dayson's blog:

Offer "As a River" for the Holidays!

Hi friends!

It's been 3 months since my debut novel, AS A RIVER, came out and what a whirlwind!

I had a fantastic little self-created tour. Only 5 events, but that's just about all this introvert could handle. I launched in Paris, France and finished with a bang in New York City with some great sto... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:52
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Ուժը սխալվելու իրավունքն է, առանց որի՝ ճշմարտությունը վեր...

Ուժը սխալվելու իրավունքն է, առանց որի՝ ճշմարտությունը վերածվում է վիճակախաղի, անհաջողության դեպքում էլ՝ հուղարկավորության ողբաբառաչանքի: Սխալն էլ կարելի է ընտրել՝ առանց դրա իրավունքի, որն անպայման ենթադրում է համարձակություն՝ երբեմն արժանացող հերոսացման, հաճախ՝ պարսավանքի:
ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:03
Carol A. Park Carol A. Park's blog:

Banebringer on Sale

In honor of this Thursday's release of Cursebreaker (Heretic Gods #2), Banebringer (Heretic Gods #1) is on sale today through Dec 17th for $0.99. So, if you haven't read the first book yet and have been meaning to, now's your chance to grab it on sale! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 12:00
Tawana Watson Tawana Watson's blog:

Eulogy

Sometimes it hard for me to think that you didn’t belong here, when you promised never to leave me alone





I knew something was wrong but you keep saying that you were alright





No one will ever see that side of you that you thought they wouldn’t accept





What I knew, and the time we shared, along with y...

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Published on December 05, 2019 16:30
Jessica Ptomey Jessica Ptomey's blog:

My Advent Plans

It’s that time. The liturgical year of the Church is drawing to a close, and we start again. Advent. This is perhaps the most difficult season in which to live intentionally, at least at first. But I find, being a convert to Catholicism, that as the years go by and liturgical habits take deeper r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2019 14:44
Erwin K. Thomas Erwin K. Thomas's blog:

Personal (*Dfurstane) Spiritual Beliefs

Personal (*Dfurstane) Spiritual Beliefs

What is spirituality?
Spirituality is predictable and unpredictable. Its recognition could be the result of suffering, misfortune, or failure that reveals the true nature of circumstances. It could be based on the appreciation, success, or an accomplishment t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 11:44
Chris Fenwick Chris Fenwick's blog:

State Changers–Wolf: 1st Contest

I will randomly choose three readers who answer the following five questions correctly to receive a free paperback copy of the second installment in the State Changers series: Fae (release date: 1st quarter of 2020). If you can answer the bonus question, you’ll also receive a State Changers bookm... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 11:40
Carole V. Bell Carole V. Bell's blog:

Review: An Unseen Attraction

An Unseen Attraction by K.J. Charles
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Unseen Attraction is the first installment in the fantastic, engrossing Sins of the Cities series by K.J. Charles. Though these three closely interconnected books center on a deadly interfamilial feud over succession to an earldom a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 11:26
Patricia M. Bryce Patricia M. Bryce's blog:

The days of wine and roses....

No this is not about my descent into an alcoholic haze! I just like that song. I like a lot of Andy William's songs, so did John. Hearing one makes me think of John and how he'd react to hearing the words.
The freshness of widowhood still covers me. Learning to deal with things. Making little cha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 11:23
Marco Etheridge Marco Etheridge's blog:

Myanmar Chapt. 12 : Overcoming Adversity in Bagan


























Bird Bits, Bird Bits, Tasty Little Bird Bits...

The Travel Gods do not always smile upon us, nor does the sun always shine, nor do the best-laid plans come to fruition. So it goes, tra-la-la. Every journey is going to have that day when things just fall apart. Today was that day. But first, we h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 11:22
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