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Yolanda Randolph Yolanda Randolph's blog:
Hello loves!
Settling...Often times we settle for whatever instead of waiting for the right person. Well, it's so much better to have self respect and love for yourself than to have a filler in your life. We as women tend to settle for anybody instead of waiting for the right one just so we can sa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 15:39 • 1 view
Ray Fraser Ray Fraser's blog:
All of my books are being re-edited and will soon be released on Kindle and Amazon.com. Additionally, I am planning for the release of my new short story collection Horizontal Rain very soon. The cover is complete and the release will be soon.
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Published on July 22, 2018 15:15 • 1 view
Stephanie Anne Allen Stephanie Anne Allen's blog:
Narrator’s Note on HOW TO SURVIVE BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (BPD) audiobook
Beloved Listeners!
Thanks for taking the time to listen to another one of Stephanie’s incredibly touching books on mental illness!
I truly am honored to have narrated so many of her inspiring pieces and love being a p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 15:09 • 4 views
K.A. Masters K.A. Masters's blog:
There are so many authors in the Masters family!

Nancy Masters has recently published her debut novel, The Lifeline: A Team R. A. R. E. Mystery. It's a medical mystery novel involving a mother whose son has a rare genetic illness. When she realizes that she and her son have the same genetic mutati... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:54 • 4 views
Marjorie Tapley-Olson Marjorie Tapley-Olson's blog:
Most of my writing has been inspired by two sources,. The adult and middle grade books have been inspired by places visited in travels. My blog on Wordpress "Arlington America-a search for hometown" led me to many states with a town named Arlington, and those travels took me through places that l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:48 • 4 views
Niki Stone Niki Stone's blog:
WET BLISS: Erotic Story Collection won the 2015 Bronze Medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards in the category of Erotica.

"An erotic short story collection full of fantasies from the tame to the taboo.

An often effective debut compilation of steamy stories." -Kirkus Reviews

Wet Bliss is one... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:46 • 5 views
M.K. Alexander M.K. Alexander's blog:
Sorry, I meant to say beta-readers.

Mr Thursby is complete, done, done, and done. It turned out as a short novella, a quick read, coming in at around 20,000 words.

It’s slated for release in early to mid-August, though I’d love to get a few beta readers on board before then.

If you’ve read anythin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:35 • 32 views
Joe        King Joe King's blog:
The BOG! Probably The Best Turd Tale, IN THE WORLD by Joe KingGrowing up on a council estate in the early eighties was testing to say the least, but what you did learn is to be resourceful. Money was tight in my household so anything you could find to entertain yourself was always good. One of those entertaining things was dog turds. I am not saying me and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:47 • 10 views
Dana Vacca Dana Vacca's blog:
Book: FREEDOM CALLING by Dana Vacca
Civil War Trivia

"TAPS" was first played in July of 1862 by Union Army Brigadier General Daniel Butterfield, an American Civil War general and commander of the 3rd Brigade of the 1st Division of the Army of the Potomac. "Taps" was used by both Union and Confedera... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 14:09 • 1 view
H.  Gibson H. Gibson's blog:
Preserving Creata's first single part available for download. Please contact me or visit smashwords for a complementary copy.H. Gibson
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4...
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Published on July 22, 2018 13:53 • 8 views
Mark Ristau Mark Ristau's blog:
Connection. It’s all about connection...

How connected—truly connected—do you feel in our fast-paced, results-driven, high technology, digital age? An old friend recently reminded me I’m not the only one who feels that tug in my heart, that longing for a deeper, more authentic connection with othe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 13:45 • 7 views
Kevin R. Doyle Kevin R. Doyle's blog:
When You Have to Go There by Kevin R. DoyleWhen You Have to Go ThereAugust 7 is the date for the release of When You Have to Go There from MuseItUp Publishing. This is the sequel to The Group. There was never intended to be a sequel, all along Group was supposed to be a standalone mystery. But a few years back I had a brainstorm that was... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 13:11 • 9 views
Keith R. Rees Keith R. Rees's blog:
The book launch and reading at Malvern Books was a fun time. Many thanks to all that came out in the blistering July heat and a very special thanks to Celia and Stephanie at Malvern Books for all their help last night. ONE NIGHT IN BANGKOK is now off the ground thanks to everyone there. Hope to d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 13:02 • 10 views
Wendy D. Gillespie Wendy D. Gillespie's blog:
Hey!

I am confused (and a little hurt). No one is reading my recent book, "Hemingway's Cats". It's a nice little collection of short fiction stories. It contains a variety of story genres, from romance and humor to sci-fi and feminism. And it is written from a woman's point of view. Except when I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 12:52 • 1 view
Kristy McCaffrey Kristy McCaffrey's blog:
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Every year, I avidly watch SHARK WEEK on the Discovery Channel. I knew one day I would write a book about sharks and share my passion for the ocean. And that dream finally came true when I released DEEP BLUE earlier this year. So, in honor of Shark Week, my shark book baby is on sale. All this we... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 12:47 • 1 view
Johnny Moscato Johnny Moscato's blog:
I'm currently working on three books:

Hoke's Comet (novella)- When a newly discovered comet approaches Earth, world leaders hide underground, leaving the rest of the world to fend for itself. Dr. Hoke is ordered to tell the American people the comet is not a threat.

The Project 2, which picks up a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 12:45 • 38 views
Madeline Uraneck Madeline Uraneck's blog:

I still don’t quite believe anyone will read my book. Its cover is lovely, but when it’s lined up next to other books on a shelf, it modestly and shyly steps back, like the Tibetan kids themselves used to do, any time I threw them onto a soccer team, or into a birthday party of peers.


To attract p...

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Published on May 25, 2018 13:26 • 5 views
Alice Poon Alice Poon's blog:
A friend of mine has sent me this WSJ article which announces an upcoming exhibition, opening Aug. 18, 2018, centered on prominent Qing Empresses at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., and another one opening in March in Washington DC.

The exhibition will showcase close to 200 items of sumpt... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 12:36 • 1 view
Anthea T Piscarik Anthea T Piscarik's blog:
It’s happening already. The “Back to School” specials advertised in circulars and electronic ads. Oh, why do we rush through the lazy, hazy days of summer? It’s my favorite season. I’m energized when the sun remains high in the sky after 7pm. I enjoy balmy nights, moonlit seashores, if only in my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 12:28 • 17 views
Carmel Hanes Carmel Hanes's blog:
Reading this book will be an eye opening experience for those who still believe in the judicial system in this country. Ray's experience of being falsely convicted and sentenced to death, imprisoned for nearly 30 years for crimes he did not commit despite compelling evidence to the contrary is a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 11:59 • 8 views
Darci Balogh Alishouse Darci Balogh Alishouse's blog:
Wow...it's been a while since I've had to time to write a blog post! And now I have a new book ready for release so I have something interesting to write about :)

"Stars in the Sand" is the third book in my Cougar Romance series. Each book in the series is about a different older woman/younger man... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 11:24 • 8 views
Arun D. Ellis Arun D. Ellis's blog:
P.A.C.T - one


Society needs people who take care of the elderly and who know how to be compassionate and honest

Alvin Toffler, The Third Wave


All around him lay his comrades, brave men of the 24th. The crack of rifles mingled with the cries of the wounded. He loaded a cartridge into the breach of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:48 • 19 views
Cat Phoenix Cat Phoenix's blog:
It totally slipped my brain to warn you that Lying does end with a cliffhanger.

I, myself, hate reading a book and expecting a HEA, or at the very least for all the loose ends to fix themselves, but then getting there and it's a totally unexpected cliffhanger. Sometimes it heightens my excitement... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:37 • 16 views
Lynn L. Clark Lynn L. Clark's blog:
British inventor Richard Browning is selling his own Iron Man suit, known as the Gravity Industries Jet Suit, for a little over $500,000 at the upscale Selfridges Department Store in London.

The suit is propelled by mini jet engines on the arms and back. It goes 32 miles an hour and rises to 12,00... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:56 • 23 views
Melissa Burovac Melissa Burovac's blog:
Aloha!

Wandering is on sale this week on Amazon! The Kindle price is $1.99, and if you have Kindle Unlimited you can always read for free.

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"Her stories will crack you up—and they will inspire you. As someone with no sense of direction, no ability to plan, and plenty of social anxiety, her experi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:25 • 8 views
Morgan Bell Morgan Bell's blog:



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My request

I want to read: Experimental/weird short fiction collections, recent release poetry collections (prefer urban short form chapbooks/ pocketbooks), horror anthologies, and contemporary literary short story collect... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:19 • 10 views
James   Summers James Summers's blog:
Well all. I'm still recovering from my Achilles tendon surgery. I'm still in pain although my wound is 'dry and healing'...

I hope to be walking better in a month, and fast walking/biking in 6 weeks or so. In the mean time, I would like to say thanks to my friends who have been helping me with my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:14 • 6 views
Mirta Ines Trupp Mirta Ines Trupp's blog:
While my books are enlightening, they certainly are not "Tolstoyan" works. Deep and substantive or light and entertaining? Which do you prefer and how do YOU choose your next read? I'm sharing this blog piece to help with your selection process!

https://paperfury.com/how-choose-ya-b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 10:12 • 10 views
Dean Tongue Dean Tongue's blog:
Episode II - The Exaggerator

So, what did my psychological evaluation determine?

Well, apparently I’m a pathological liar with a tendency to exaggerate.

Me? Lie and exaggerate?

I suppose that doesn’t really make me the best narrator for this really does it? Well, you’re just going to have to make do,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 09:36 • 21 views
Mary Sisney Mary Sisney's blog:
While most Americans (not the Kool-Aid drinking Trump cultists) watch in horror an insane bigot destroying our nation and creating havoc around the world, the media focuses on how our foreign adversary Russia attacked our democracy in 2016 and how the attack continues as the monster they created... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:59 • 17 views
George Mazurek (Jiří Mazurek) George Mazurek (Jiří Mazurek)'s blog:
Hello,
The Planet of the Last Judgment, a sci-fi story resembling the Running Man, is now (till July 25) for FREE.
Get your copy here:

https://www.amazon.com/Planet-Last-Ju... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:59 • 8 views
J.R. Wirth J.R. Wirth's blog:
While we are waiting for Saving Michael to reappear don't forget to check out the suspense novel Avenging Angels that Kirkus writes is "A somber but absorbing tale..." Not all child abuse goes unpunished...
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:45 • 9 views
J.A.  Howard J.A. Howard's blog:
I'm just finishing up the first full draft of a new book I've been working on. It's about a teenage girl falling in love for the first time but what's it's really about is how young girls compromise themselves for what they think they want.
It's funny and very personal and if you like Mean Girls o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:44 • 9 views
Breena Clarke Breena Clarke's blog:
IDOL TALK: Women Writers on the Teenage Infatuations That Changed Their Lives edited by Elizabeth Searle and Tamra Wilson is a collection of forty-four essays on the women and men who influenced the mature selves of women writers. These are the figures who guided the writers' growing up. In these... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:31 • 19 views
Katherine Harbour Katherine Harbour's blog:
The Casquette Girls (The Casquette Girls #1) by Alys Arden
The Casquette Girls
Adele returns to New Orleans after being sent to her aloof, Parisian mother due to a hurricane that ravaged the city. Adele has a great relationship with her bartender/artist father and they struggle to return to their former lives.
Adele soon learns that not all is as it shou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 08:02 • 15 views
M . M .'s blog:
"WHAT IF..."

What if the moon had a portal
A way out of hell
What if the earth crashed into the sun
Go to sleep never to wake well.
What if God had enough
And said this was a bad plan
What if we are being tested
To see what is man.
What if your soul was being tried
The earths' rotation coming to a still
Th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 07:31 • 9 views
Amber M. Kestner Amber M. Kestner's blog:
You read it, correctly that is a new title. It will be released when I have enough poem's to distribute it too a full based Novel. Though if you want early access and it is Free find it at Wattpad under this link:

https://www.wattpad.com/story/1559750...

It will be Published under my real name Ambe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 07:29 • 5 views
Michael              Parker Michael Parker's blog:
July 21st. 2018

The book talk at Littlehampton went well. The photo here shows me with two of our Chindi authors, Helen Christmas and Christine Hammacot. About twenty people turned up (there are others out of shot sitting in the comfortable armchairs at the back of the room) and were quite an atte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 07:27 • 13 views
Ayaan Mohammed Ayaan Mohammed's blog:
I never thought I would be a published author. The journey of becoming a published author from an unknown writer was a long and a tough journey. My first book; she is alive in her She is Alive in Her: Am I Worth Her?
was a pure work of my lifetime imagination. The book portrays a story which I wi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 07:10 • 22 views
Jeff Lessard Jeff Lessard's blog:
Each morning comes new and full of hope. Steam from coffee rises to nostrils, opening your senses to a new day. Refreshing your mind. Slowly thoughts align to plan your day. Soon they will be formed like a well planned parade. But sometimes even in the best parades ,things dont go as planned. Som... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 07:07 • 18 views
Billy McCoy Billy McCoy's blog:
A young woman takes on causes like lint tape, and in the process threaten to drag down her love ones along in her wake. The Awakening by Billy McCoy Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:56 • 11 views
June Trop June Trop's blog:
Miriam, Binyamin, and their father live in 1st-century Alexandria, a city that vacillates between stunning beauty and wealth and harsh cruelty mounting against its Jewish residents. Miriam is resisting the increasing pressure to marry Noah, the son of a wealthy business partner. Her secret passio... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:51 • 9 views
Peggy Jaeger Peggy Jaeger's blog:

I have to admit I have been remiss these past few days in posting. So freakin’ much has been happening here in Denver, it’s all I can do just to keep up!


Let’s recap.


Thursday was the Kensington Book Signing.


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My table was filled with readers all wanting a copy of my newest Lyrical bo...

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Published on July 22, 2018 06:46 • 52 views
J.N. Morgan J.N. Morgan's blog:
11:02AM
Well, got a new order this morning, fairly small one so I've already done the edit of what they had already written and provided the 1500+ words that they wanted. Feeling pretty good this morning in spite of how utterly drunk I had gotten last night. Still gotta work on that novella, finis... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:46 • 14 views
John Anthony  Miller John Anthony Miller's blog:
I'm pleased to announce that my fifth novel will be released on 10/29/18.

After writing four WWII thrillers, I decided to write a murder mystery.

HONOR the DEAD: Italy, 1921
Six English survivors of the Great War converge on Lake Como, Italy in 1921. Four men and two women = one corpse and one kill... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:42 • 13 views
T.R. Pearson T.R. Pearson's blog:
When A Short History of a Small Place was being submitted to publishers thirty-odd years ago, one editor turned it down with the comment "Too many words." Just last week, an editor passed on the latest (and probably last) Ray Tatum book with "Too much dialogue."

So I've gone from too many words to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:45 • 11 views
Vanessa McDowell Vanessa McDowell's blog:
I'm so excited about the announcement of the Hush, Hush series getting a film deal! It's one of my favorite YA Sci-Fi books.

What book news are you excited about?
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:28 • 12 views
Brenda Koscelny Brenda Koscelny's blog:
We are in high summer now. Each night here in Oklahoma we hope that it might cool down just enough so that you can go out and bring the sodas in from the car that you were too lazy to bring in earlier. No, it is still too hot. It will still be too hot at six in the morning. I guess we can look fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2018 06:22 • 11 views
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