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Carole Wolfe Carole Wolfe's blog:

What To Read in 2021

I read a lot, as I guess you do as well. Doing challenges like last year’s Modern Mrs. Darcy was one way to read things that I normally wouldn’t. The challenge was great. I enjoyed reading a wide range of books, but for 2021, I’m going to focus on Women’s Fiction. Sounds pretty straightforward, seei

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Published on January 14, 2021 03:15
Fiona Grace Fiona Grace's blog:

SILENCED BY A SPELL (A Lacey Doyle Cozy Mystery—Book 7)

For my Lacey Doyle fans out there: I’m so excited to announce that SILENCED BY A SPELL (A Lacey Doyle Cozy Mystery—Book 7) is now available on all etailers! Links are below. Hope you enjoy :)

AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Silenced-Spell...

GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/books/d...

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Published on January 19, 2021 14:09
Teddi Baggins Teddi Baggins's blog:

UnConventionally Cheeky

Do you think the process for electing our president is out of touch with the American people? Cheeky's people, who are trying to implement her vision for a happier, healthier, more accountable populace, come to realize that it is time for a new Constitutional Convention.

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Published on January 19, 2021 14:07
Mark Villareal Mark Villareal's blog:

What Coaches Do

Last night I went to a High School football game. As I watched and enjoyed the game, I couldn’t help but draw the common parallel between the sport and what we as leaders do. More specifically, I watched the head coach and the assistant coaches, and I compared how they parallel our General Managers Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2021 14:04
Bao Xiong Bao Xiong's blog:

Pick A Door!

Let's say you are a character in a horror book and...

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Published on January 19, 2021 13:57
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

response from Terror House Magazine...

 i heard back from Matt at Terror House Press on my recent poetry submission. my poems "worth the pain anymore", "that sad sack of life" and "every sense of reality" have been accepted for publication on or around March 4th.

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Published on January 19, 2021 13:52
Nick  Ward Nick Ward's blog:

Joan on the 23rd...

Hey!
Weather & writing eh?
Well, finally Joan is out of my mac and into the ether!
I do hope that you like Joan & the book
The cover is a pic taken by me & is of the beautiful, stained glass East window of St Andrew, the patron Saint of mariners
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:52
Gregory Seth Harris Gregory Seth Harris's blog:

A Perfect Mirror for our times

One comment I’m constantly getting is how apropos THE PERFECT STRANGER is for these times. Yet I started and finished the novel long before Trump took office.

That's because I'm lampooning how people reason based on what they desire. As one of my characters puts it: human beans (sic) have a limitless Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:50
Lucía Herrero Lucía Herrero's blog:

Yo también sucumbí a la serie Los Bridgerton

Las adaptaciones de libros siempre son polémicas, salvo en contadas ocasiones. Y soy de las que creen firmemente que pocas veces están a la altura. La mayoría de las películas que he visto basadas en libros no les llegaban a estos ni a la altura de los zapatos, y recuerdo algunas incluso con especia

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Published on January 16, 2021 09:30
Nick Dager Nick Dager's blog:

The Old McHenry County Courthouse

The Courthouse Lodge, Jacob Sloan’s favorite restaurant in Charleston, is modeled on its counterpart in Woodstock, Illinois. The old McHenry County Courthouse, designed by John Mills Van Osdel, chief architect of the Palmer House in Chicago, was erected in 1857. Located in the exact geographical cen Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:43
R.J. Hore R.J. Hore's blog:

A Glance at a Problem Unique to Writing Sci Fi

I ran into a small problem with my first venture into writing science fiction. When you are creating fantasy based on past eras you have a familiar framework you can weave your story around. Writing mediaeval-style fantasy? No problem. you can easily research weapons, military tactics, clothing, bui Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:43
Raissa Figueroa Raissa Figueroa's blog:

Inward

In lieu of taking my own advice, I started this painting with no plan. But instead of tossing a myriad of colors all over the canvas before stopping to see if I noticed any shapes I could develop, I tried a different approach. I stuck with Aureolin Yellow and created just a handful of shapes on each

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Published on December 09, 2020 16:17
Clarissa Simmens Clarissa Simmens's blog:

COLLECTIVE BIRDS

(Be sure to scroll down and watch a humorous video)
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We all know
It’s a murder of Crows
But how about other collective words
For birds?
Chowing down on my feeder
Sunflowers from the seeder
Rare are the Conspiracies of Ravens
But my yard is their haven
Most numerous are Conclaves of Cardinals
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:33
Juho Pohjalainen Juho Pohjalainen's blog:

Creating a morally complex villain, or, "My wife/child/dog died, but everyone else's loved ones can go suck it!"

It's very common nowadays to give your villain a bit more depth and motivation than simple lust for power. Something that even us, regular folks, might agree with - might even do the same he did, were we in his shoes. Or that's the idea.



I almost always end up hating it.

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Published on January 19, 2021 13:32
Wil R.P. McCarthy Wil R.P. McCarthy's blog:

An In-Between Place

He was awake, there was light outside the window. As he rose out of bed, he realized his floor was completely clear. For a brief moment, rage-filled him. He wondered who had come into his room while he slept. However, he stopped himself as a thought had occurred to him.  Walking over to the light … Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2021 10:11
Marc Martin Marc Martin's blog:

Cranes in the sky - part of my show at @thedesignfiles...



Cranes in the sky - part of my show at @thedesignfiles #tdfcollect #watercolor #art
https://www.instagram.com/p/CIR6gwGhXKi/?igshid=yl74cyu3b7bu

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Published on December 01, 2020 19:15
Lindsay McCafferty Lindsay McCafferty's blog:

Map from Reawakened Flames

I almost didn't include a map for Reawakened Flames, but I decided to try because I really wanted one. MiblArt took my basic sketch and turned it into a beautiful illustration. I love seeing it in my book.

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Published on January 19, 2021 13:02
J.C. Kenney J.C. Kenney's blog:

A Deadly Discovery Release Day!

Hi, folks! It's with great excitement that I share with you news that A Deadly Discovery, book 4 in my Allie Cobb Mysteries Series, has arrived!
It's receiving wonderful reviews and I'd love for you to check it out.
A Deadly Discovery by J.C. Kenney
Be sure to grab your copy wherever books are sold. Cheers!
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Published on January 19, 2021 13:01
Elizabeth   Miller Elizabeth Miller's blog:

What Fishbowl Are We Swimming In? How We Value (or Don't) an Individual's Work in America

I had an experience this week that got me thinking once again about how different types of work are, or are not, valued here in America. 

I woke up Tuesday morning ready for a full day of work here at the studio. There was a lot going on. I was preparing for a meeting for the next day with one of my

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Published on June 24, 2020 19:19
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