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Ellyn Lem Ellyn Lem's blog:

The Lauren Hough Controversy

Don't ask me why, but the controversy surrounding the author Lauren Hough has elicited a strong reaction for me. If you are not familiar with what happened over the last few days, Texas-author Lauren Hough had a new memoir come out of linked-essays called, Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing. A Goodread Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 17:37
M.F. Hopkins M.F. Hopkins's blog:

The Black Women Writers Virtual Summit

It was from Friday, April 16 to Sunday, April 18.
I was only able to attend the first day, and it was pretty fun. I learned a little and met a few authors, editors, and book cover creators.
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Published on April 18, 2021 17:19
T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

Welcome to the Cardinal, Ch. 5

You are unsteady on your feet as you make your way to the lift. Slipping inside, you press the illuminated number 7 and lean back against the mirrored walls as the lift rises.

You’re still in shock at what just happened and your heart thuds beneath your ribs as you relive the fullness of Emilia’s coc

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Published on April 18, 2021 11:18
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

“The bad news is time flies.

The good news is you’re the pilot.”

~Michael Altshuler

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Published on April 18, 2021 16:19
Stephanie Milanowski Stephanie Milanowski's blog:

CLAIRVOYAGE: Stories from a highly-sensitive life...

So excited to announce my first book CLAIRVOYAGE is NOW available to purchase on Amazon.com

I am glad you’re here. Thank you for joining me as I embark on my next Clairvoyage!!! I look forward to sharing more stories, drawings and resources here. I also love exclamation marks and am not afraid to use

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Published on April 15, 2021 08:50
Thomas W. Devine Thomas W. Devine's blog:

The Sexual Challenge

As an elderly person, I have long lamented modern sexual promiscuity. Promiscuity is not a word that is commonly used these days; perhaps no longer PC.

I was pleased to come across carefully chosen words on the subject by Emma Wood (NZ Catholic April 18-May, 2021) which put matters so much in perspe Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 16:35
Samie Foster Samie Foster's blog:

Updates on Works in Progress & a Free Book Promotion

Hey everyone! I wanted to do another update blog and I have a lot to share so let’s get started.

First of all, I want to share updates on both Nowhere and Once Upon a Time in Boston. Recently I have mostly been digging through a mountain of critiques for these two projects. And the results are not qu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 16:28
Cengiz Aytun Cengiz Aytun's blog:

Kitap nasıl yazılır?

İki yıl önce enerji-toplum ilişkisini konu alan bir araştırma kitabı yazmaya başladığımda bir kitap nasıl yazılır diye kendime sordum. Her ne kadar akademisyen olsam ve çok sayıda akademik makale, tez vs. yazmış olsam da bu kitabın akademi dışından kişilerce de okunabilir olmasını amaçlıyordum. Yazm Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 16:21
Evan I. Schwartz Evan I. Schwartz's blog:

FINDING OZ Author Appearing in AMERICAN OZ doc on PBS

I'll be appearing in AMERICAN OZ, a 2-hour documentary about the life of Wizard of Oz originator L. Frank Baum and how he discovered the story that changed the world.

Tune in for the premiere on PBS American Experience, Monday April 19 @ 9pm ET/8c.

The film looks amazing. I'm glad to be part of it.

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Published on April 18, 2021 15:52
Janeth A. Benjamin Janeth A. Benjamin's blog:

I AM WOMAN

What is woman?

She was assigned a pronoun from HIM

In the beginning, she was taken from HIS rib

HE was assigned to protect HER

HE had a job, HE failed

What is woman?

Woman, from MAN or by MAN without a MAN, still WOMAN

What is woman?

An exquisite masterpiece

Was she likened unto MAN or perfected

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Published on March 07, 2021 21:00
Sam Van Rooy Sam Van Rooy's blog:

Open en eerlijk debat over omvolking

Op 4 februari schreef Groen-medewerkster Jenna Boeve dat het ‘debat over demografische verschuiving moet gebaseerd zijn op realiteit, niet op onverdraagzaamheid’. Wanneer ze echter verwijst naar mijn uitgebreide artikel ‘Omvolking is harde realiteit’, gaat ze simpelweg niet in op de inhoud ervan, me

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Published on February 08, 2021 01:00
George  Pappas George Pappas's blog:

2020: In a Nightmare Year of Death and Loss, I found solace in my writing

This has been a nightmarish, haunting, and heartbreaking year like no other.

As the Coronavirus outbreak has continued to ravage the U.S. and the world in 2020, I have found solace in a familiar place — my writing. Chasing the words has been my way to try to make sense of so much fear, death, and lo

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Published on December 31, 2020 15:10
Persephone Autumn Persephone Autumn's blog:

😍 TWO MORE DAYS 😍

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📸 Friends to lovers
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📸 Photographer-model
📸 High school sweethearts
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Published on April 18, 2021 14:48
Catherine Mellen Catherine Mellen's blog:

A Birth Mother

I was sixteen years old when my friend Jon hugged me as he explained the woman who left me so broken was never a mother to me but rather just my birth mother.  I can still hear his words, “She’s not your mother,” he said in disgust. “She’s your birth mother,” he continued to speak disgustingly. My h

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Published on April 18, 2021 12:11
Mirta Ines Trupp Mirta Ines Trupp's blog:

Shtisel and Jane Austen

How many of you have seen the film, My Big Fat Greek Wedding? Swap out “Greek” and insert “Argentine” and you would have a clear picture of my family. Every character reminded me of a relative; every embarrassing scenario was relatable and every corny saying sounded familiar. The movie had my family Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 14:40
Lori Eshleman Lori Eshleman's blog:

Hamnet, by Maggie Farrell

Hamnet Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This fictional rendering of the relationship between William Shakespeare and his wife Agnes (Anne) Hathaway in Stratford, centers on the death of their son, Hamnet, in 1596. In the novel Agnes is a kind of wild-child who gathers herbs in the wood, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 14:05
Carol M Mottershead Carol M Mottershead's blog:

Discovering Mothers Chapel

Thank you for following my continuing 'Journey Into Authorship' blog.

My research took me on some very interesting paths... in our last blog I told you about the Chartreuse: Elixir de Vegetal with its 130 plants, flowers and herbs brewed in distilled alcohol for no less than 8yrs and it's secret reci Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 14:00
Violet Lumani Violet Lumani's blog:

FORETOLD is a 2021 Maxy Awards Finalist!

Foretold
The Maxy Awards were established to recognize the best indie and self-published authors and to raise funds for the Home of the Innocents in Louisville, Kentucky, which cares for children with severe learning disabilities.

FORETOLD has been named a YA/Middle Grade Finalist! Winners will be a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 13:57
Elizabeth Barone Elizabeth Barone's blog:

A FATAL PROSPECT Cover Reveal (ICYMI)



C O V E R · R E V E A L

A Fatal Prospect
River Reapers MC, Book 3
by Elizabeth Barone

Our enemies of past and present are uniting to put us in our graves. Not even death would destroy our love, but death isn’t the only thing that’s fatal...

Cliff

I’ve finally got Olivia, but she can’t give me the two Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 13:40
Garet Christopher Garet Christopher's blog:

Contest Rules

Tomorrow (Monday) at 12 pm pacific, I will post a phone number and a question. The question will be based on book quotes I have shared over the last several weeks. The first person to text the correct answer will win a signed copy of any of my four novels.
Buena Suerte!
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Published on April 18, 2021 13:36
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

111/Кратер

Проблема Шекспира։ «Быть ​​ или не быть» больше не актуальна ( никогда не была ), умереть «невиновным» или жить « виноватым» - вот актуальный (вечный) вопрос жизни.

© Тигран Горш / Кратер


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Published on April 18, 2021 12:40
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

DIPLOMA MILLS

In THE EDGE OF MADNESS (Aignos 2020) by Raymond Gaynor, a Sci-Fu (science-based futuring) novel about post-TOTAL MELTDOWN NewAmerica, one of the more salient areas addresses is the future of education. Admittedly, the idea of interactive, holographic “classrooms” where the instructor and learners ar Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2021 12:57
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