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Robin Layne Robin Layne's blog:

Review of The New King James Bible

Holy Bible: The New King James Version Holy Bible: The New King James Version by Anonymous

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I have finished reading this version from Genesis through Revelation. I really like the NKJV for its beauty and accuracy. Like the original King James, it was prepared by people who all believed in the early Creeds of Chr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 18:09
Jonathan G. Meyer Jonathan G. Meyer's blog:

Al Clark Series Update

All four books in the Al Clark Series are available in eBook, Paperback, and Audio formats.
The short story that acts as a prelude to the series titled 'Christopher's Journal' is available as an eBook and FREE.
Start the Adventure any way you like!
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Published on January 23, 2020 18:06
Cheryl R. Lane Cheryl R. Lane's blog:

Meet Baldwin, son of Lord Wellington

Baldwin Albert Hugh Wellington was the great-grandfather of Ethan Wellington from my Wellington Cross Series. Baldwin, if you have read book one in that series, fought in the Revolutionary War. His painting hung on a wall in Edward Wellington's study at Wellington Cross Plantation. Baldwin was th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 06:09
Cameron Darrow Cameron Darrow's blog:

No More Paperbacks (For Now)

I've chosen to suspend the sales of the paperback versions of my books for the moment. They will be back up when I can afford to have them professionally edited and formatted. Right now, they're passable, but not something that I am well and truly proud of, especially given that once they're prin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 17:41
Laura Clementz Laura Clementz's blog:

God and Love on Route 80: The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness

Book Review: God and Love on Route 80: The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness; 2019; Mango Publishing

God and Love on Route 80 is a memoir written by Dr. Steven G. Post, who founded the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love and serves as a professor at Stony Brook University. The reader qui...

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Published on January 07, 2020 14:00
Ann Crystal Ann Crystal's blog:

A Visual Embarrassment

I recently tried my hand at the storytelling art-form of visual merchandising...and failed terribly. One issue was that I was dealing with expensive items and couldn't see anything except fragile dollar signs.

While I do hope to make up for this mishap soon, I am glad that I managed to not break... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 17:12
Mary Detweiler Mary Detweiler's blog:

motion vs. movement

I’m reading The Missing Link by Sam Hunter. I just read a section that I feel moved to share. Here it is:

“Busyness mistakes motion for true movement. People imprisoned by busyness have much motion in their lives, but they are not moving closer to Jesus. They are producing much worldly fruit, but... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 17:11
Kelly L. Miller Kelly L. Miller's blog:

Are You For Real?

These book descriptions are tickling my funny bone. Could they get anymore absurd? And some of these description writers can't spell worth a smelly hot poot, I'm telling you. It's so ridiculous it's comical.
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Published on January 23, 2020 17:08
Pamela Olivia Brown Pamela Olivia Brown's blog:

Poetry Chapbook, Channeled Messages

I’ve been writing poetry for years. It first started as a private affair lamenting an unhealthy romantic relationship then, after healing, I started sharing what I loved: the natural and spiritual world.

Songs Of My Soul is a chapbook of the channeled messages that somehow poured out of me as poet... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 17:03
Reece Hirsch Reece Hirsch's blog:

Book Bloggers: DARK TOMORROW Is Coming!

I'm giving away 10 paperback Advance Review Copies of my upcoming thriller DARK TOMORROW (May 12, 2020, Thomas & Mercer) to book bloggers. Just email me at reece@reecehirsch.com if you're interested and have a blog. First come, first served. DARK TOMORROW is the follow up to BLACK NOWHERE, an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 16:25
George K. Ilsley George K. Ilsley's blog:

the home stretch

Added a little review to my book to see if it would trigger getting the cover added -- it worked!

The Home Stretch: A Father, a Son, and All the Things They Never Talk About

The Home Stretch A Father, a Son, and All the Things They Never Talk About by George K. Ilsley Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 16:03
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

what a time to be alive...

so, i woke up this morning with my back on fire, needing to take a bloody shit. welcome to being 44. it took me the rest of the morning to get my back to a point where i could walk without a pain. i have a theory though. i believe it was my inner child fucking with me because he didn't want me to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 15:37
L.M. Roth L.M. Roth's blog:

L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day

L.M. Roth The L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day is a quiz for those familiar with the books of L. M. Roth. If you are not familiar with the books of L. M. Roth, you’d better start cramming!

The answer to yesterday's quiz: Moses met his wife in Midian in Deliverance: Moses the Lawgiver Chronicles of Israe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 15:03
T.M. Bashford T.M. Bashford's blog:

Cover Reveal Day!

COVER REVEAL DAY!!! SQUEEEEE...finally I can share some of what I've been working on for all these months. I hope you love the cover of The Heartless Tide as much as I do ;) Soon I'll also get to share the novel itself too - Want to know what it's all about?

Well, it's romantic suspense, so there'... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 14:56
Carrie Ishee Carrie Ishee's blog:

Transforming our Inner Critic


This month we explore how to transform our relationship to our “inner critic,” that voice in our head that makes us feel bad when are less than perfect, don’t live up to real or imagined expectations, or disappoint others. Our “inner critic” develops in childhood when we internalize the judgement...

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Published on May 14, 2019 21:12
Claire C. Riley Claire C. Riley's blog:

Red Eye Season Two Episode Two is out now!!

Guy guyssssss!

Episode Two of Red Eye dropped today and this episode is going to blow you all away!

There's plenty of:

* Zombies
* Zombie killing
* Zombie fighting
* Bad guys
* kick-ass females
* Awesome anti-hero's

This episode is told entirely from Rose's perspective!

Make sure to grab your copy today, a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 14:26
F.F. Burwick F.F. Burwick's blog:

New questionable outcome

Dan and Rodston hurried on without looking back, going up along the street to where it intersected with the main street, and from there on to the suite in the hotel where Dan was staying for that day still with his friends, Lenny, Roger, and Terry, and Ebert for whom they had all come to help, th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 14:23
Elizabeth Jukes Elizabeth Jukes's blog:

The secret structure

Well, she answered; and in a matter of about 48 hours. My hope was, that in noting that her victim was in a tub and that the inspector was Inspector Sugg, I had uncovered a call of kinship to fans of Dorothy Sayers. No such luck. Rhys Bowen said that she had forgotten Sugg was in Dorothy Sayers u... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 14:12
P.W. Hazeldine P.W. Hazeldine's blog:

FINDING ELENORE AND HER WINE

One of the focal points in my romance novel Finding Elenore (available now for just 99p) is the red wine of Montepulciano area.
In my research I was told many stories which, maybe, over the years have become more and more elaborate.
However, what cannot be denied is that the wine Vino Noble D’ Mon... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 13:45
Felicity Goodrich Felicity Goodrich's blog:

Felicity's Mini HIstory Lessons: The Second

Technically, I believe this was the first mini history lesson I wrote up several years ago but since I had to rescue it from the depths of unloved Facebook, it can be the second.

Late last night, when we were all in bed.
Mrs Leary left the lantern in the shed.
And when the cow kicked it over, she...

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Published on November 19, 2019 16:38
Rebecca Sigurnjak Rebecca Sigurnjak's blog:

A Mind Bubble Kind of Day

Ever have one of those days when you just need to pop a few mind bubbles? (Raises both hands!)

I really don't know if it's the grey skies and cool temps or the article I read earlier, but my mood is quite pensive at the moment. I guess the perfect time to share a few random thoughts...and hopeful... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 13:16
Carlos R. Tkacz Carlos R. Tkacz's blog:

Preview: The Void Beyond, Prologue + Chapters 1 & 2


Prologue
We look back now at this time in human history as one of the most trying in our collective memory. It is a story of violence, of trial, and of despair. But even more than that, it is a story of sacrifice, of perseverance, and of duty. It is a story that now defines us, that changed... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 13:13
Brook  Allen Brook Allen's blog:

The Flip-Side of the Coin

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Published on January 23, 2020 12:44
Alex Austin Alex Austin's blog:

An Agent for End Man

Lotus Lane Literary will represent End Man (now titled The Machine in the Ghost). It just happened, Initially, the agent liked the concept and the opening chapters but she wasn’t sold on the remainder. I did a major revise of the novel for her before she offered to represent. This novel has been... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 12:44
Ariel Keyes Ariel Keyes's blog:

hey!!

Hey everyone!! So my debut book launched yesterday, Daddy Comes Home: RyLee Morgan Series Book 1 make sure to check it out and leave a review. It's free if you have kindle unlimited <3 I really want to know what everyone thinks!!


I'm working on a new series now as well. can't wait to hear from... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 12:43
Elizabeth   Bell Elizabeth Bell's blog:

Johnny Elf

Welp Johnny Elf has fallen through and it's time to publish the darn things so I have to work on the teasers. Being the characters are so funky I'm going to hand do the teasers myself. Hopefully they will be interesting enough to catch people's attention. If anyone here uses traditional art for t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 12:37
Anitra Lynn McLeod Anitra Lynn McLeod's blog:

Virgin Harvest




Welcome to the world of the Harvester—a warrior bound to take virginity, but never pleasure—and the servant who exists to prepare him for his role. For them, sex equals duty, until the rules fall aside and pleasure takes over. . .
For Chur, a year’s preparation comes down to the single day on wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2020 11:09
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