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John Rachel John Rachel's blog:

It Gets Even Better!

Oh wow! Not only can you READ the worst book ever written, now you can LISTEN to the worst songs ever written to go along with the worst book ever written.

Standing on the shoulders of the great psychologists who laid the foundation for her revolutionary work, Dr. Joy was aggressively eclectic. She t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:57
Thomas Newport Thomas Newport's blog:

Welcome to my Binoclarity Book Blog!

I have decided to use my blog to showcase each chapter from the book and quote a few of the facts contained within the chapter, perhaps focusing on some very recent relevancies from Great Britain and around the world.

In chapter One, I mainly focus on the British character - traits, identity and wha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:53
Nancy   Wood Nancy Wood's blog:

Feature: Cornelia Read, author of the Madeline Dare series

Hey everyone,

As it's the last week of the month, it's feature Monday, where I spotlight an author I admire. Today, it's Cornelia Read and her Madeline Dare series. When I was first studying mysteries and thrillers in order to learn something about the genre before attempting to write one, I looked a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:51
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

such a dreary day...

 mom wasn't feeling well today, so she cancelled her appointment for her injection into her back. so, that opened up my day completely and of course, depression said you aren't going to do shit today. now, much to his surprise, i did write and type up 5 poems. so, i did get something accomplished to

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Published on January 26, 2021 14:44
Karen Bush Gibson Karen Bush Gibson's blog:

Heroes

Today is Bessie Coleman’s birthday. She was the first African American pilot to be licensed. Many years ago, I saw her photo and read a summary of her all too brief life in a museum. I was immediately hooked!

I read everything I could about her. How she learned French in order to go to flight school Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:36
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

THE EDGE OF MADNESS by Raymond Gaynor - Excerpt #1 (This Excerpt is PG-rated)

Although he wouldn't completely understand it until much later, it began well before he was born a pudgy-looking, seven and a half pound naked ball of flesh, fat, gristle and bone, screaming its head off. And why shouldn't he have protested? Every trusted thing he'd known had been ripped from him: t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:34
Clayton Taylor Wood Clayton Taylor Wood's blog:

Sneak Preview for LUDICROUSLY Inappropriate Magic!

I’m about 60% done with Ludicrously Inappropriate Magic, the third book in the epic comedy fantasy series!

For a sneak preview of the first few chapters, click here.

Haven’t read the series yet? Here’s a link to the first two books!

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Published on January 26, 2021 14:13
Nathan  Jay Nathan Jay's blog:

Multiple Sclerosis and Ignoring Your Body

I remember my trips to the doctor when I was a child, and I smile. Aside from the occasional poke with a needle, those visits were mostly cheerful. I got to play with the strange-looking dummies with the removable eyeballs, and I stuck out my tongue as instructed. After thinking my doctor was some m

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Published on January 05, 2021 13:06
Katheryn Thompson Katheryn Thompson's blog:

Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart

There are some books that you seem to see everywhere. 2020 Booker Prize winner Shuggie Bain is one of them.

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It is 1981. Glasgow is dying and good families must grift to survive. Agnes Bain has always expected more from life. She dreams of greater things: a house with its own front door and a life bou Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 14:01
James K. Papp James K. Papp's blog:

A Portal of Hope and Healing

Guest post by Nikki Jefford

It is a universal truth that grief is an eventuality we must all face. Many of us have already endured the heartbreak of losing a loved one. Sometimes it is expected, other times it hits like a shock wave to the soul.



My family experienced the devastation of losing my cousi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:58
Rhonda Fink-Whitman Rhonda Fink-Whitman's blog:

Texas students learning lots in the midst of the state's 2nd Annual Mandated Holocaust Education Week!

A dear friend in deep Southern #Texas sent me these pics today of her beautiful niece Carly learning the lessons of the #Holocaust during Texas' 2nd Annual Mandated Holocaust #Education Week.

THE FRUITS OF OUR LABOR (!!!) #TeamTexas, which included our dogged champ, Senator José Menéndez, and our te Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:54
Debby Feo Debby Feo's blog:

Illumen, Winter 2021

I have a poem in the winter issue of Hiraeth Publishing’s “Illumen”.
In addition, Terrie Leigh Relf interviews Alan Ira Gordon, and there are many great poems.
I particularly liked the poem “The Starfarer” by K. R. Lehman.
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:49
Vivien Zinesi Vivien Zinesi's blog:

Riflessi di riflessione…

… Dare tempo al tempo…
A volte mi chiedo ancora cosa significhi. Mi rendo conto che troppo spesso siamo impazienti di aspettare. Viviamo vite frenetiche; a volte sembrano toglierci la possibilità di fermarci a pensare.

Pensare è qualcosa di lento, qualcosa per cui vale spenderci del tempo. Nella noia

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Published on May 21, 2020 23:34
Jakki Jelene Jakki Jelene's blog:

At Ocean’s Door (Cover Reveal)

With everything going on in the world it’s nice to have something to be excited about! And so here is the cover reveal for my upcoming novel, At Ocean’s Door, which will be released on Feb 2!!! Synopsis coming soon…

The post At Ocean’s Door (Cover Reveal) appeared first on Jakki Jelene.

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Published on January 15, 2021 07:00
Karen Bayly Karen Bayly's blog:

It’s okay to see things differently

I frequent several short story websites where readers get to vote for a story. I’ve learned that I do not get what other like to read. The stories I find different and exciting are regularly voted down by other readers. The stories I think are boring or poorly written are often the most popular. It’ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:36
Michael L. Salvador Michael L. Salvador's blog:

Mark of the Beast (Part 2 of 2)

This is part 2 of 2 of my post from last week ...

Those who are highly spiritual and in-tune with the universe will be given a choice: 1) To go about life relying on technology and/or materialistic items in their next life (Mark of the Beast), OR, 2) Choosing the spiritual gifts of God, which is und Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:36
Lori Perkins Lori Perkins's blog:

Just Pubbed 2nd Edition of This Amazing Trans Parent Memoir, 2 Spirits, One Heart

Two Spirits, One Heart: A Mother, Her Transgender Son and Their Journey To Love and Acceptance was first published in 2012 by Riverdale Avenue Books and it was the first book of its kind—mother, educator, and LGBTQ+ activist Marsha Aizumi shares her compelling story of parenting a young woman who ca Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 13:33
Francis Mont Francis Mont's blog:

Cause-and-effect chains in history.

Anything that happens in nature, including human history, has underlying causes. Often more than one, often a whole slew of contributing factors. However, there are always critical causes, without which the same event would not have happened or, at least, would have been fundamentally different.

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Published on January 26, 2021 13:20
D.A. Barr D.A. Barr's blog:

Twenty Year Review, a short story, pt 6/last

Twenty Year Review
by D A Barr
Copyright © November, 2020
All rights reserved Part 6/last part

Bringing Derrick back to the present, Master asked, "Have you got past the conference yet? It sounded like you might be."

A little shaken, Derrick answered, "Yes, I have."

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Published on January 26, 2021 13:12
LaTorre Mays LaTorre Mays's blog:

GOOD AFTERNOON, LIKERS!!! How are you doing? All I can say for...



GOOD AFTERNOON, LIKERS!!! How are you doing? All I can say for myself is…brrrr. I was not at all used to San Diego having itself snow days…okay, cold enough to #snow days so it was simply too cold for me. But like the #Gemini I was, I would adapt to it quickly.


It was nice to see so many people e

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Published on January 26, 2021 13:02
Steve Alink Steve Alink's blog:

ARC for review send out

Driven by Gold

That is the title of my next book that comes out. The publishing date is now set for March 21st, 2021. Still a lot to do on this book. As a non English native speaker, I have lots of doubts about some spelling. Yes, I have the correct spell checker turned on. OK, I know there is a bett

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Published on January 26, 2021 13:00
L.J. Kerry L.J. Kerry's blog:

Paperback Wide Distribution!

I have been very busy lately writing REBOUND, so far I am on Draft 6 and I'm reading through it and really enjoying when I read through it so far. Honestly, my favourite part is seeing how the characters have grown, them reminiscing about their time during Listed among other things.

Anyway, the most

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Published on January 26, 2021 12:11
Joseph F. Benedetto Joseph F. Benedetto's blog:

1st Novel, Editor's notes

I just got the notes from the editor regarding my first novel AGCM. If you recall my earlier post, he'd gone ahead and recommended a very LARGE cutting of the first four chapters, including pretty much discarding the second chapter altogether!

Well, the new edits are in, and he gave me a two-page ove Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 12:43
John  Leahy John Leahy's blog:

Head down against the wind!

Keep going folks, every day is a day closer to the end of COVID:

Ever onward we strive
As we plough our way through level five
March fifth is the day
When we're left out to play
Dig deep everyone, and survive.
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Published on January 26, 2021 12:20
Wesley Britton Wesley Britton's blog:

Book Review: Soul Seeker by Kaylin McFarren

Soul Seeker
Kaylin McFarren
Publisher : Creative Edge Publishing LLC (October 27, 2020)
Publication date : October 27, 2020
ASIN : B08KGZ2FK8

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08KGZ2FK8/...


Looking at the table of contents for Kaylin McFarren's Soul Seeker (Gehenna Book 1), readers might anticipate a yarn that w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 26, 2021 12:19
Ronald Malfi Ronald Malfi's blog:

Mr. Cables Among the Best!

A great "best-of" list from Horror DNA which includes my novella Mr. Cables, although I'm not too proud to admit that Stephen Graham Jones's The Only Good Indians was the best damn thing I read in 2020:

https://www.horrordna.com/features/st...

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Published on January 26, 2021 12:13
Lauren Roskilly Lauren Roskilly's blog:

Finding joy during lockdown

Finding joy during lockdown can certainly be tricky! As any amount of isolation and loneliness can impact on our mental health and steal our joy. This can be down to different reasons which are out of our control, like chronic …

The post Finding joy during lockdown appeared first on Mindful of Christ

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Published on November 01, 2020 14:49
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