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Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

UNLIVING HISTORY

First, let me state as did Michael Jackson, that history is more about his-story than her-story. In fact, I’ve never heard mention of herstory, have you? Given that women have been treated as chattel for thousands of years, and only been “given” the right to vote in the USA since 1920, a mere 100 ye Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 12:01
Billy Witt Billy Witt's blog:

Thank you Jesus

So much attention on the elections right now! If we put this much importance on sanctification, and ” presenting our bodies as living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is our spiritual service of worship.” We would through Jesus accomplish so much more concerning abortion, and the evils

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Published on October 29, 2020 09:09
Greig Beck Greig Beck's blog:

RETURN TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH – PRE-ORDER NOW!

RETURN TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH now available for pre-order (Links below) – and it’s a blast! Here’s what two of my ARC genre readers had to say:

“Return to The Center of the Earth is an amazing, white-knuckle adventure with dark twists and turns. I found myself immersed with each new and deadly en Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 11:31
Mark Laporta Mark Laporta's blog:

Heart of Earth SciFi

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Published on October 29, 2020 11:27
Arthur Ni Arthur Ni's blog:

Beside the Sea

I knocked on the door, not ready to face the man who answered. My hands slid back into my pockets, now moist with anticipation. My heart racing.



“Jon? Is that you?”



I hadn’t heard his voice in years. It was as I remembered, but with what sound like a throat of sandpaper.



“Yeah, you going to let me in?”

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Published on April 16, 2020 08:10
C.S. Kjar C.S. Kjar's blog:

The Holliday Seasons are Here!

After such a tough year, it's nice to have the end-of-year holidays come to cheer us up...at least as much as they can. No trick-or-treating means I'll have to eat the candy myself. No Thanksgiving gatherings is fine with us since my family lives so far apart, we usually spend it alone anyway. But C Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 11:09
Michael Mathiesen Michael Mathiesen's blog:

Extinction Of the Human Race is Near

New Science Fiction Thriller invites you to watch the Extinction of the Human Race LIVE as it happens. Amazing, mind-blowing story for those who are worried the planet is on a dangerous course but who may also want to be part of something that can save it. It's still not too late if we get a little Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 11:02
R.N. Jayne R.N. Jayne's blog:

Book Review: Apartment

ApartmentApartment by Teddy Wayne 

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


4.5 Stars, rounded up.


This page-turning character study, ode to loneliness, and quasi-exploration of toxic masculinity’s detrimental effect on guy-guy platonic relationships makes for a fascinating read. Author Teddy Wayne has an aptitude for displayin

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Published on October 29, 2020 10:37
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

A Great Country or What? – Part 1


Does the Bible Support Racism & Slavery?

It is well nigh impossible to watch the news today, without hearing the word “racism” and references to “ slavery” as the staple . Is the condition of Americans really such, that everyone is so thoroughly imbued with those two plagues as to

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Published on October 29, 2020 09:01
Tronell Walker Tronell Walker's blog:

Attitude and altitude

Attitude and Altitude

For three years I have been talking about and a tremendous advocate on your attitude determines your altitude in life. The fact is true your attitude does affect your level of success, no one wants to do business or be in the company of someone who has a bad attitude. Especially Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 10:35
Christine DePetrillo Christine DePetrillo's blog:

13-Ebook Giveaway

Cozy up this Autumn with great books! Enter to win free ebooks in the Small Town Hearts Fall Festival Multi-Author Ebook Giveaway. One winner, 13 ebooks! Details and enter here: https://bit.ly/33VncI8 Contest ends October 31! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 10:28
Nancy  Christie Nancy Christie's blog:

Reader Survey on Women's Novels

Looking for insights from fans of women's novels featuring characters mid-forties and older.

Do you prefer the story to be a love story, focus on women's friendships, or be about making a new start in life?
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Published on October 29, 2020 10:22
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Halloween Face of the Day 11

Halloween Face of the Day 11 – Great gray owl: https://i.imgur.com/UDkNq7C.jpg
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Published on October 29, 2020 10:14
Emma Dhesi Emma Dhesi's blog:

Does history fascinate you as much as it does me?

I love social history and was fascinated by a recent series of Digging For Britain, hosted by Professor Alice Roberts. The new HS2 rail link is being built between London and Birmingham, and as part of the project, two new railway stations in each city are being built.

Before they can erect the new b

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Published on October 29, 2020 10:11
Randi Devilkin Randi Devilkin's blog:

Reading Cures the Doldrums

The pandemic has been raging all year, the weather outside is gloomy, social unrest is rampant, and we're in the middle of a contentious election season. It's more important than ever to take care of yourself. One easy way to escape is to get lost in a great book.
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Published on October 29, 2020 10:11
Jackie Keswick Jackie Keswick's blog:

Fiction Dinners: Pumpkin Fondue and Vampire Cocktails

I really need to be better about sharing recipes on the blog. We’re only a couple of days away from Halloween, so let’s start there.

When Nico and Daniel prepare a surprise, they go all out. Especially when both Gareth and Jack need a timeout and a reminder that spending time at home is just as impor

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Published on October 29, 2020 10:01
Lee W. Pletzers Lee W. Pletzers's blog:

Sweating Blood over the outline

 

Sweating blood over the outline?writing an outlineOutlines. Are they good, bad, needed or not required.

Outlines. Are they good, bad, needed or not required. I have heard authors claim not to use one, while I’ve heard that other writers can’t write a book without an outline first. Where do I stand i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 27, 2020 05:17
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:

Freebies and Exclusives

Happy Fall and weekend! I hope you are finding the little blessings of each day, those small things that satisfy your yearnings. Well, I have a few “novel” ideas to offer.

The first is a free short story, “The Pull of Time,” with the sign up for my quarterly newsletter. This story offers the reason f Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 09:49
Louella Bryant Louella Bryant's blog:

Good Words, Good Reads

I'm delighted to have an author page with Goodreads and to meet followers. Hello and hurrah! I know you're all reading, and some of you are writing, too. I can help with both. I hold the MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts in fiction and a Master's in Education and Human Development fro Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 09:48
Judith Watkins Judith Watkins's blog:

A husky get-away

This weekend finds us on a long-delayed, Corona-cancelled birthday ‘experience’ for the Nearly Beloved. It’s a welcome chance to escape the city whilst we still can, even if ‘sledding with huskies’ isn’t my ideal break.
But I mustn’t complain, unlike the Nearly Beloved, who wasn’t at all happy with Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 09:39
Klaus Viedenz Klaus Viedenz's blog:

November & December TBR

We’ve made it, people – Germany is going back into Lockdown thanks to ever-growing numbers of people infected with COVID-19. Brilliant. So once again no parties, no football, and basically not leaving the house. If I only knew how to spend all of that time I’ll be home in November and Decemb- wait,

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Published on October 29, 2020 09:02
R. Peter Keith R. Peter Keith's blog:

Astronaut Wife

#TBT to the time I made my wife dress up as an astronaut.


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Published on October 29, 2020 09:15
Dolores Chistian Dolores Chistian's blog:

FORGIVENESS:

1 JOHN 1:9: We all need forgiveness. Forgiveness brings peace and hope. God knows everything about us and everything we’ve done. Why then the need for confession. As confusing as it may be, it’s not for God’s benefit but our own. We need to recognize our sins and agree with God. We need His grace an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 09:10
Jennise Beverly Jennise Beverly's blog:

Why Reading Is My Favorite Past Time

I remember a time when it was perceived that Bookworms were nerds. Well, things have certainly changed! Today being a reader has not only perks, but the mind of an avid reader is extremely sexy and vast. Listed below are the top 5 reasons Reading Is My Favorite Past Time.
1. You can do it anytime, an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 09:00
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