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Ville V. Kokko Ville V. Kokko's blog:
My third published short story appeared in this new Finnish online magazine: https://varjorikko.com/maatilan-tytto/

It's about what happens after you've been turned to stone.
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Published on July 18, 2018 23:10 • 3 views
Mark M. Bello Mark M. Bello's blog:
What kind of story does the author want to tell? It's an important question.

Many make that decision by looking to their own experiences. Others look to current or historical events for inspiration. But what if facts are so extreme, they seem impossible to be real? What happens when real-life crim... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 22:18 • 4 views
Jessica Gomez Jessica Gomez's blog:
#Bestseller, Infected, is available on #KindleUnlimited or only #99cents!
#mustread #zombie #romance
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Published on July 18, 2018 21:09 • 32 views
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:
Lying in bed for many minutes after being tucked in and read to each night, he begins direction of what must be the choir, the music, his life as he must see it only through the eyes of a gifted child...a prodigy. Lying there for many minutes after being left alone to descend into sleep, he will... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 21:06 • 8 views
Joseph H. Baskin Joseph H. Baskin's blog:
Enjoy this introduction to psychiatrist Archibald Wendt, the protagonist of my newest novel, EXIT STRATEGY.

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Published on July 18, 2018 20:43 • 8 views
Belinda Austin Belinda Austin's blog:
I just wanted to share something I found funny. My new release, Single and Looking, Daisy (Secret Lives of Sisters) has been turned down for ads on both Amazon and Facebook due to the fact that the COVER IS TOO SUGGESTIVE.

Oh, my! Is it the Cinderella coach on Daisy's underpants as she leans down... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 20:41 • 8 views
Holly Karlsson Holly Karlsson's blog:
New flash fiction over on my blog. I decided to return to the world of the Red Lady. Here's a little excerpt from Rendal -

Cass was regretfully introduced to the feckless Rendal the following day, when she was compelled to firmly dissuade an errant hand on her backside with a few choice words, and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 20:20 • 8 views
Catherine Cerveny Catherine Cerveny's blog:
My publisher gave me the okay to post a preview of my new novel, THE GAME OF LUCK. Feel free to check out Chapter 1 now. And you can preorder too. It's available everywhere September 25!

http://catherinecerveny.com/excerpts-... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 20:20 • 10 views
Shawna Hunter Shawna Hunter's blog:
Isn't publishing fun?

No, no publishing is probably the most brutal thing an author can go through.

Case in point. I have a 120k MASTERPIECE of a Lesbian thriller/erotica novel that I languished over for a year sitting in publisher limbo. 3 have rejected it, 2 have ghosted me. If one of those gho... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 20:19 • 30 views
Adam Graham Adam Graham's blog:
The Amazing Spider-Man: Origin of the HobgoblinThe Amazing Spider-Man: Origin of the Hobgoblin by Roger Stern

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This book collects the earliest appearances of Roderick Kingsley and the Hobgoblin in Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-man Issues 43, 47,48 and 85 and Amazing Spider-man 238, 239, 244, 245 and 249-251.

Though... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 19:43 • 10 views
Dana Vacca Dana Vacca's blog:
FREEDOM CALLING: A Civil War Slave Escapes By Sea - by Dana Vacca

Book Highlights

PRESIDENT LINCOLN was shot just 4 DAYS after GENERAL LEE'S surrender at Appomattox!

Did John Wilkes Booth figure to put America into chaos? Give the Confederates a chance to rally in the turmoil? Even though Vice Pre... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 19:29 • 7 views
Sherryl D. Hancock Sherryl D. Hancock's blog:
Tomorrow is the start of the promotion!

Sparks
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Published on July 18, 2018 18:57 • 8 views
Ken  Cruickshank Ken Cruickshank's blog:
I will be leaving tomorrow for a long road trip stretching from Portland to the High Sierras to the deserts of Arizona to Orange County and up the California coast. We will be listening to audiobooks, podcasts, and perhaps some good old rock 'n roll. I'll be discussing my writing and ideas with m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 18:53 • 23 views
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:
Material for "Mardi Gras in Kodachrome" went to the publisher today. I would feel more relief except I had meant to have it all wrapped up last week. Things always seem to get telescoped into past-deadline all-nighters (fraught with computer glitches) in the end, no matter how much I plan. Wife a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 18:43 • 11 views
John             Hunter John Hunter's blog:
Before I began writing fiction in prose, I was a scriptwriter. As an example of my work in this area, here's a Vimeo of one of my shorts entitled Writer's Block: https://vimeo.com/197694952

In the transition from scripts to prose, the carryover for me is I have a spartan, not-so-wordy writing styl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 18:34 • 12 views
Rei Fletcher Rei Fletcher's blog:
It is toe-curlingly embarrassing to see typos in your published work. It just is. -_-
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Published on July 18, 2018 17:52 • 8 views
Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:
"My debt to Skye has now been paid," said Kraven. "A life for a life. Make sure she knows that." He teleported out of the room before Skye was fully awake.
A life for a life? That's not how it works. Skye wanted the necromancer's head as payment for her father's murder. Even after saving her from... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 22:35 • 4 views
Lee Pierson Lee Pierson's blog:
Hello fellow writers and bloggers my name is Lee Pierson. I just finished answering six questions that Goodreads gives to those that have just signed up. Good questions I might ad. This is a test blog just to see how this works.
I have a new audiobook and eBook called Cages and Kitchen Tables. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 17:07 • 10 views
R. Cooper R. Cooper's blog:
Hey, everyone!

It's a long time until Sweet Clematis is released but people have been asking for some more beings. (And also I needed something fun and short to write, sooo.)
So please enjoy this tiny future glimpse of a character from Clematis's book.

Loup Affamé Renard Insensé Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 17:00 • 23 views
Cachet Cachet's blog:
I've been missing in action long enough. It's time to push this writer's block to the back of my mind and pump out some more books.
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Published on July 18, 2018 16:00 • 10 views
Layla Frost Layla Frost's blog:
After a brief hiatus, my badass with an accent is back!

UNTIL NOX is live.

Pick up your copy or read it for free on Kindle Unlimited!

Writing in the Happily Ever Alpha Kindle World was such an amazing experience. The other authors were awesome, and getting the chance to fangirl work with Aurora Rose... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 15:20 • 10 views
Agona Apell Agona Apell's blog:
Each time I raise my gaze to the night sky,
A million stars stare back, shedding happy tears of light.
And I cannot but stare back in delight,
Wondering which one of them holds your great soul.
Tell me, Old Nelson, do they--these stars--still shine upon
you?

Heaven should grant that they do;
For like t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 15:11 • 12 views
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:
whenever i fall in love with someone, it's always a hard landing it seems. and since my luck seems to be few and far between, long distance relationships are usually the norm. so, i suppose having one with a woman in Italy was simply seeking to punish myself. i'm not quite buying a shitty phone a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 14:47 • 8 views
Sharon Kay Penman Sharon Kay Penman's blog:
I am very happy to report that Holly is much better. She began to improve once the vet increased the prednisone and we are now starting to slowly wean her off it. She still has the head tilt and is not completely steady on her feet, but she no longer acts as if she’s gotten into the wine when my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 14:25 • 24 views
Karen GoatKeeper Karen GoatKeeper's blog:
“My Ozark Home” is essentially finished awaiting publishing. I’ve gone on to another project: Mistaken Promises, the third Hazel Whitmore book.
Hazel Whitmore is now a teenager trying to adjust to living miles from town with no cell service. She does have internet now, although, as is typical in r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:59 • 9 views
Peter Coomber Peter Coomber's blog:
For those of you who are of a nervous disposition - or perhaps you just don't feel like signing into the Kobo Book Store [sorry, Amazon, I don't deal with the devil - only kidding; I do occasionally: chimney flues, left-handed potato peelers for left-handed potatoes, Richard Thompson CDs, et cete... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:48 • 6 views
Bella Emy Bella Emy's blog:
The first round of edits on Brokenhearted have been completed!!!
I am so excited to bring this back out to all of you with all the changes & updates made!!!
In the meantime, here's the 1st new teaser (with a new quote!). 
CLICK HERE to be taken to the Spotify playlist of Brokenhearted to get you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:43 • 8 views
Adam J. Brunner Adam J. Brunner's blog:
Sonder n. The realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:40 • 11 views
Helen Picca Helen Picca's blog:
The Last Frontier of the Fading West
When we write—be it fiction or non-fiction—so much of our own “story” becomes part of the book. I’ve just finished a non-fiction manuscript on the subject of finding happiness and, in addition to all the facts, quotations and opinions of recognized authori... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:11 • 19 views
Marta Querol Marta Querol's blog:
Quería haberlo puesto antes pero me quedé sin ordenador.
Por el Prime Day, he hecho mi oferta personal para todos aquellos que quieran leerme: los tres libros a 1 € hasta las 00:00 de hoy (al menos a esa hora estará dada la orden de vuelta a su precio habitual, aunque Amazon es imprevisible).
Podé... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:10 • 11 views
Mike Thorn Mike Thorn's blog:
"On top of having this super cool cover, within these pages I discovered some of the best short, dark fiction I've read in a long while! Let's talk about it, shall we?

When I was young and couldn't afford bookstores, I often went to the library. (I still do, actually, because I love them, not beca... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 13:05 • 13 views
J.B.  Richards J.B. Richards's blog:
The Ghosts of Morgan Street by P.J. Mann

P. J. Mann brings to light a story containing adult themes, violence, and criminal activity that effectively demonstrates the true-life struggles, hardships, and abuse suffered by society’s homeless and underprivileged population. “The Ghosts of Morgan Street” is a gritty, hard-hitting story tha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 12:42 • 13 views
Barbara O'Neal Barbara O'Neal's blog:
So happy my new book, The Art of Inheriting Secrets is out at long last! Thank you to all the readers who have reviewed it! I’m thrilled.

If you have a chance to add your reviews to Amazon, I’d be ever so grateful. It’s a big boost to the book.

Now I’m back to my cave to finish the next book...

Ha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 12:34 • 10 views
L.J. Cuff L.J. Cuff's blog:
The infected series is on sale from today until July 23rd on Amazon.com for less then half price.


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Published on July 18, 2018 12:32 • 10 views
Geri Dreiling Geri Dreiling's blog:
The nine muses were Greek goddesses presiding over literature, science, and the arts. Even now, writers, poets, painters, musicians and yes, even scientists, ask their muses for help when it comes to solving problems, tapping inner creativity, or just finding a bit of inspiration. But the muse –... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 11:14 • 11 views
Kate Willis Kate Willis's blog:

[image error]“Fed up with the poor quality of life in 1880 New York, Tarsie Raines encourages her friends Joss and Mary Brubacher to move with their two children to Drayton Valley, Kansas, a booming town hailed in the guidebook as the land of opportunity. She offers to help with expenses and to c...

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Published on July 18, 2018 11:54 • 12 views
Beth Brower Beth Brower's blog:

If you've been reading The Queen's Gambit with the book club, you might now be on the battle run, so I thought it was a good time to post the map! 

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This map would be found in monarch's personal records on Ainsley Rise, and at the beginning of Queen's Gambit would be around ninety years old. I ima...

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Published on July 18, 2018 11:18 • 13 views
Steve  Johnson Steve Johnson's blog:
Find Daddy's Girl Lana's Missing In Muscadine by Steve Johnson This book moved into the top thousand in the crime fiction/kidnapping category recently. That's among millions of books in the Amazon Bestseller Ranks summary. In celebration of the new interest in my first novel, I'm putting it on sale for just 99 cents for a limited time. Get your best deal n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 11:33 • 16 views
Anne Marie Ruff Anne Marie Ruff's blog:
Thank you TripFiction for this thoughtful review of Beneath the Same Heaven. Enjoy their full write at this link.

"Beneath the Same Heaven is a thought provoking, and yet somehow tender and sensitive, read. It dares to go where many books would not. I recommend it."

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Published on July 18, 2018 11:28 • 8 views
Debby Feo Debby Feo's blog:
To be forgotten
As if to have never lived
Such is the pain on contemplating
Of death and dying
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Published on July 18, 2018 11:26 • 37 views
P. Wesley Lundburg P. Wesley Lundburg's blog:
Let me just say at the outset: I hate not writing fiction.

As I work on the dissertation for my PhD, keep my head in a demanding full-time job, and juggle these with a busy family life, writing fiction has been moved to the back burner. I knew this would happen when I reached that dreaded stage in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 11:12 • 43 views
Lisa Mancini Lisa Mancini's blog:
I have two vices in life. Watching Netflix and drinking Diet Coke. I was a Diet Pepsi fan until a few years back. My boss at the time drank a Diet Coke every morning. I knew she was in her office because I'd hear her pop the top of the can from down the hall.

I'm not a coffee drinker so I get my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 11:05 • 11 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
(`*•. NEW RELEASE GIVEAWAY.•*)
Celebrate the release of SWEET LOVE AT BAYSIDE & SWEET PASSIONS AT BAYSIDE by my sweet-romance pen name Addison Cole! Enter to win a tote bag ❤
To enter, visit this link and tell me why you want to win ➜http://bit.ly/NewRelGvwy

Get your copies here! Fall in love at... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 18, 2018 10:59 • 9 views
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:
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Published on July 18, 2018 10:58 • 5 views
Marcia D.M. Marcia D.M.'s blog:

He’s coming.


I can hear his footsteps through the door. That’s all it takes for me to know it’s him; I recognize the particular sound his rugged shoe soles make, the exact time between each step, how long it takes him to unlock the door. Even the hesitant minutes he takes to open it.


Again, I kn...

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Published on July 05, 2018 09:23 • 4 views
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