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J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:

Revenge Factor by J.D.Stark

“You guys mind if I spend the night with you?”

“Sure, honey. You can sleep in your old room,” his mother tells him.

“You know you’re always welcome, son,” his father adds.

“I just don’t think I can deal with Josh anymore tonight.”

“Don’t be too hard on him. Otherwise, they would probably be hauli... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 21:33
Benjamin Mollenhour Benjamin Mollenhour's blog:

Sample Post - Test

Test
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Published on April 25, 2019 21:22
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day – Nudibranch: http://i.imgur.com/Bvj5CPX.jpg
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Published on April 25, 2019 21:07
Johnn A. Escobar Johnn A. Escobar's blog:

Mi nueva novela histórica y erótica que rinde tributo al Marqués de Sade

A más de doscientos años de su inicio, la obra original "120 días de Sodoma o la escuela del libertinaje" de Donatien Alphonse François de Sade, conocido por su título de marqués de Sade, tendrá su final mediante la novela en preventa del autor argentino Johnn A Escobar.



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Published on April 25, 2019 20:42
Craig MacIntosh Craig MacIntosh's blog:

Post Cold War Gem

The Other Woman by Daniel Silva, 2018, Harper Collins. Now chief of Israel’s secret intelligence service, Silva’s familiar protagonist Gabriel Allon, is involved in an important turncoat asset’s assassination in Vienna. Murdered under Allon’s eyes while trying to defect, the dead man is the possi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 20:34
Erik Edwards Erik Edwards's blog:

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If I Can Do It …One of the first statements I hear when someone finds out I wrote a...

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If I Can Do It …

One of the first statements I hear when someone finds out I wrote a book is, “I should write one, too.” The other comment I normally get is, “What made you want to do that?”

While I don’t have a standard response for either; I try to give people a one sentence answer. An...

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Published on April 14, 2019 22:11
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's blog:

Problem and Solution 9

The Pastor in my friend Nneka’s church is always talking about tithes. He uses the Old Testament to tell people why they should give a percentage of their salary to the church. Many pastors in this country do that. They always tell us to go and read Deuteronomy.


But what did Jesus think of money?...

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Published on November 02, 2014 14:03
Walter W. Tunstall Walter W. Tunstall's blog:

Worldviews Are Important

Worldviews are important. They are important because they represent our understanding of the world and our conclusions about how the world is-the nature of reality. Another way of saying this is: a worldview is our belief, or conception, of what the world is like.
An idea that has existed for at... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 20:12
Verge LeNoir Verge LeNoir's blog:

El Machetero


Victor Manuel Gerena was raised in a public housing complex in Hartford, Conn. He reportedly excelled in High school; he was a member of the wrestling team and even enrolled in Annhurst College. This man is the perfect example of one too many bad decisions. After dropping out of college he ended... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 19:46
Gregory B. Stewart Gregory B. Stewart's blog:

Doing something different

Just branching out a bit. Give it a look and let me know what you think.

http://theprimitiverite.com
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Published on April 25, 2019 19:14
J. Kevin Earp J. Kevin Earp's blog:

Another book released!

It's funny the things in life that will point you in a new direction. In my case, those things were about forty years apart. When I was seventeen, my mother got tired of hearing me complain about having nothing in the house to read. We didn't have much money, so running out and buying a bunch of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 19:00
Jordan Oldbury Jordan Oldbury's blog:

Inspiration and the Man with the Bird Feeding Hat

When I tell people the premise of The Universal Guide to Human Racing (they ask by the way, I don’t shout it at strangers in the street), the first question they ask me is: Where did you get the idea from?





It’s a tough question to answer. Not only because I don’t want to divulge my secrets to thos...

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Published on April 25, 2019 18:39
Grandma Krazy Grandma Krazy's blog:

My Foster Care Stories

Coming
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Published on August 20, 2015 17:00
Charles Thorpe Charles Thorpe's blog:

Out of time

We are out of time.
We have to destroy the system that is killing us.
We have to destroy the system that is killing the world.
We have to destroy the system that is killing the wild.
For the sake of our children.
For the sake of the animals.
For the sake of the trees.
For the sake of the fish.
Fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 18:07
Joyce E.S. Pyka Joyce E.S. Pyka's blog:

Library Book Review

GREAT NEWS! Both my books have made it through the Downers Grove Library review. Once cataloged, they'll be on the shelves!

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD (young adult/middle grade, humorous historical fiction)

FALLEN ANGEL (historical/1900 cozy murder mystery)

(also available on Amazon http://amazon.c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 17:49
Cameron Darrow Cameron Darrow's blog:

3 x 3

So, when I said I was going all-in on the Ashes books again, I meant it more than I knew at the time.

Right now, I'm still working on the covers for the first three, and maybe even the fourth, since I have a handle on what that book is, even if it doesn't have a title yet.

More importantly, I am wo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 17:35
Dawud Allen Dawud Allen's blog:

Love

In as many or few words, describe what that word means to you.
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Published on April 25, 2019 17:27
Carrie Gessner Carrie Gessner's blog:

Creativity and Burnout

I want to be this cat.

At the end of March, I released the second book in the Heartfriends series. 127 thousand words are a lot of words no matter what genre they're in, and I put in a lot of work to get them. The smart thing to do after all that writing, editing, and proofreading would be to take... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 17:25
Ravek Hunter Ravek Hunter's blog:

Final Chapters

Finally, Shadows of Lyonesse is only a chapter or two and an epilogue away from completion! I'm working through the climax of the story now which is turning out to be a real barn-roller.

This fifth novel has felt more challenging than the ones that came before it. Maybe it has been because of the...
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Published on April 25, 2019 16:58
C.V. Nguyen C.V. Nguyen's blog:

Clinical Depression

I wrote this about a year ago and stumbled upon it today. Thought I'd share it.

Situation depression and Clinical depression may be similar, but they're not the same. If someone who is close to you passes away, that may make you feel depressed. If the person you love leaves or if you lose your jo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 16:55
Michael L. Salvador Michael L. Salvador's blog:

Barnes and Noble!

Check Barnes and Noble for great summer deals on Peace of Mind! You definitely want to add it to your reading list! It is a great read!

#barnesandnoble #nookbook #goodreads #greatread #onegreatbook #yougottareadthis

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Published on April 25, 2019 16:52
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

'THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY"

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CHAPTER 9

The last to leave this particular evening, all alone in the gallery, I pulled out the tiny drawer from under the reception desk to look again at my little ones before I journeyed home as I did every evening. And tonight, with no-one around, I brought the photograph up to my lips,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 16:47
William L. Ingram William L. Ingram's blog:

What You Should Know About Being Upset – (Part 1) by Roy Masters

Articles by Roy Masters
What You Should Know About Being Upset
by Roy Masters            (Part 1 of 2)
Cruel people get their power from the way you respond to their pressure. Your life is in danger from people, especially members of your own family, who chip away, harp, nag and aggravate the life o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 16:22
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