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Tyler G. Warne Tyler G. Warne's blog:

The Tin Tap Step Blues

A new book released this week.
A song book with ideas of order- trying to quell the disorder of The Mad Cats in the City Police.
Free Ebook.
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Published on June 15, 2019 22:56
John Jacobi John Jacobi's blog:

Revolution and Recuperation

The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel.

— Mark 1:15

The proposal for a radical environmentalist revolution against industrial society is indeed no longer a question of whether a revolutionary movement is necessary or possible. One might easily...

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Published on June 13, 2019 14:42
Garrison Kelly Garrison Kelly's blog:

Dark Phoenix

MOVIE TITLE: Dark Phoenix
DIRECTOR: Simon Kinberg
YEAR: 2019
GENRE: Superhero Adventure
RATING: PG-13 for violence and language
GRADE: Pass

While the X-Men are performing a space mission to rescue astronauts from a spinning shuttle, telepath Jean Grey absorbs a fiery supernova into her body and becomes... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 22:01
Morgan Bell Morgan Bell's blog:

Introducing my debut poetry collection: Idiomatic, For The People







It's not poetry, it's formatting. Australian author, Morgan Bell, squeezes through the crawlspace of fight, flight, freeze, and fawn. A verse debut from a microfiction craftsperson.

"A stunningly original series of poems that are as visually beautiful as they are emotionally haunting. Rich with i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 21:43
Daniel Thomas MacInnes Daniel Thomas MacInnes's blog:

FREE Ebook Father's Day Promo

Hey, everybody, I'm running a free ebook promo on Father's Day. This includes all of my art & photography ebooks. Please visit my Amazon author's page and download any titles that you wish. Also, if you could write a quick review, that would be terrific.

Here's the Amazon link:

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Published on June 15, 2019 21:34
LaTorre Mays LaTorre Mays's blog:

GOOD EVENING, LIKERS!!! How are you doing this Saturday? Well, I...



GOOD EVENING, LIKERS!!! How are you doing this Saturday? Well, I was unexpectedly off today. I would have liked to have been told beforehand, but it is what it is. On the good side, it meant online time for me today after all. Yaaaay!!!


So have you all been enjoying my books from the Darkenverse l...

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Published on June 15, 2019 20:25
Jim Johanson Jim Johanson's blog:

Writing about FOOD

Being a good writer necessitates becoming an expert on anything that might even remotely relate to what you write about, so the best of us tend to do a lot of research on just about everything. I tend to do a lot of research on biology and food chemistry.

A THING OF INTEREST:

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Published on June 15, 2019 20:16
Mike Battaglia Mike Battaglia's blog:

A Matter of Mattering

A Matter of Mattering
(*warning: aspirin required)

I woke up with a splitting headache this morning. Not the base-drum-riffing-in-your-skull kind, the existential kind. This is usually a result of all the voices in my head getting together for an all-nighter and talking about all kinds of things b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 20:05
Adam   Stone Adam Stone's blog:

Poetry Review:Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

The Rime of the Ancient MarinerThe Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


My all-time favourite poem! It's a masterpiece and what I love most about it is that it's not just poetry so good it puts shivers up your spine, it's also a ripping good yarn... A fantastic story of supernatural bei... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 19:58
Connie  Perry Connie Perry's blog:

Coming Soon

My new series, the Royal Sports Family series, is coming soon. Reputation, book one.
The Queen of Sports with a phantom sidekick...this should get interesting!
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Published on June 15, 2019 19:48
M.J.  Vaughn M.J. Vaughn's blog:

Our blog

Hey y'all! I have a question. What do you look for in a blog? I find that I am still trying to figure that out. There are many who have been blogging for years and have their niche down pat. There are even those new bloggers that know exactly the direction they want to take. I set up this blog to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 19:20
Kate McVaugh Kate McVaugh's blog:

Pebble Beach -US Open: Nighttime Reading

Bad Accounts by Kate McVaugh
After a long day of watching the US Open in Pebble Beach, this might just be the perfect read.

Set in Monterey & Carmel, the very same neighborhood as The Open, BAD ACCOUNTS, would be a good addition to that late night cocktail

Top notch accountant Pia might have suspected her bosses of cookin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 19:07
Evan Yarema Evan Yarema's blog:

Reoccurring characters: Murphy

A few thoughts on one of my reoccurring female protagonists: O'Dea Murphy.

I'd have to say that throughout the course of my books, O'Dea Murphy is definitely among my top 3 favorite characters.

Like many of my female leads, she's a strong, independent, and confident woman. But one thing that sets... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 18:49
Marina Simcoe Marina Simcoe's blog:

EXPERIMENT, release Fall 2019

I did not want to tease with Experiment until after the release of Grand Master, but I'm weak! :) I love this story and couldn't wait to share at least one tiny little teaser, especially since I'm almost done with the rewrites and it's going to the editor next week! <3

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Published on June 15, 2019 18:47
Ali Master Ali Master's blog:

5 Keys to Success You Didn’t Learn in College (Part 1)


I recently watched my daughter Mollie walk across the stage with her business degree diploma from Samford University. It was an exceedingly proud moment, and it reminded me about my journey from being a new college graduate to making partner with Ernst & Young (EY) in a relatively short ten-...

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Published on June 09, 2019 00:05
K.A. Masters K.A. Masters's blog:

List: Trojan War Stories

In anticipation of the release of my latest story, "The Enemy Within," I thought that I should create a list of all of my stories that use mythology from the Trojan War. Obviously my novel The Morning Tree uses the Trojan War as its basis (as it is an allegorical retelling of the story of Androma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 18:18
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

My guest author this week on www.ritaleechapman.com

My guest author this week is Marlene Cheng from Canada who has written her own Bond series! In addition she has also written a biography and a fictional autobiography.

Marlene says asking her to choose which of her books gave her the most pleasure to write is like asking a mother which of her chi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 18:07
Bernie Morris Bernie Morris's blog:

The Fate of Lily Knowles

Free to enter a Giveaway draw to win 1 of 3 signed copies of 'The Fate of Lily Knowles'. All you have to do is post your email address or phone number on the contact form on my website: http://www.bronwynbooks.co.uk
Either that or send your details to me on Messenger Bernie Morris 07941 037888 The Fate of Lily Knowles by H.B. Morris

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Published on June 15, 2019 18:04
Randi Cooley Wilson Randi Cooley Wilson's blog:

EIGHTH ANNUAL UTOPiA AWARDS!


I just want to take a moment to thank everyone who voted for the Eighth Annual 2019 UTOPiA Awards. I’m honored and truly humbled by the wins! Immense love to team UTOPiA for the incredible honor of being nominated in so many categories this year. Havenwood Falls has been an incredible journey, a...

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Published on June 15, 2019 17:28
Erik Dean Erik Dean's blog:

Wraith

The sleepy town of Flagstone has a secret and if you solve the mystery. It is too late. 'Wraith' (Garbageman book 3) is being written. This tale will scare the soul out of you.
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Published on June 15, 2019 17:28
GranRan GranRan's blog:

Beginnings

Hello Everyone,

This is GranRan from Fairytale Land. I hope you will follow me on the many adventures related to me by family, friends, neighbors, and even occasional strangers (after an ale in the local tavern). Folks have stories to tell, so I listen.


Currently Working On:

The release of my new n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 17:21
Darrell Case Darrell Case's blog:

Writers are readers

Do you desire to write? To wave a world where readers can visit and forget their troubles if only for a short time? Then read and read and read.
I have a friend who has spoken several times of the book he is going to write. Yet by his own admission, he doesn’t read. In fact, he finds it difficult... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 17:13
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:

Latest autographed edition find

For a while I've been covetous of all the books out by radio's Howard Stern and his cronies. I know they get out to a lot of events and must do signings, so I thought a good deal of signed secondhand editions ought to be out there. My theory is correct this week: not long after scoring Artie Lang... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 17:12
Robert Roberge Jr. Robert Roberge Jr.'s blog:

All About Spicket Falls, Massachusetts – Jeff Tribe’s Hometown

One of my favorite authors is Robert B. Parker, who wrote the original Spenser mystery novels, among other series. A technique Parker used for his Spenser books was to create fictional towns for his private detective to visit when he was investigating various cases, and I decided to use that same...

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Published on May 22, 2019 12:19
N.K. Aning N.K. Aning's blog:

The Marvel Formular

I recently watched Captain Marvel and I was really impressed with the latest by Marvel. The MCU never ceases to amaze and provide fans with an all around action and truly entertaining movies.

Captain Marvel was another chip in Marvel's entry of movies. I dare say that DC is yet to get to that leve... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 16:55
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY

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CHAPTER 28

The first morning of my new managerial appointment after the launch, and after turning on lights and switching off a series of alarms, I stood alone in the gallery. Eva's mausoleum. Space. So much space. And Silence. Cold, austere silence. The gallery was totally lacking in atmo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 16:52
Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi's blog:

كفاح الجدود: قصة حقيقية من التراث البحري الخليجي

كفاح الجدود: قصة حقيقية من التراث البحري الخليجي
كفاح الجدود قصة حقيقية من التراث البحري الخليجي by Maryam Abdullah Alnaymi
لو شئنا أن نختار أهم الصفات التي تميز بها رجال الغوص في الخليج العربي في الفترة الذهبية لذلك الزمن، لكان أبرز تلك الصفات هي النخوة والعزة والكرامة، والتي كانت من أهم سمات رجال البحر من أبناء الخليج.
لقد كان البحارة من رجال الخليج رمزا من رموز الصمود... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 16:04
Tee Michaels Tee Michaels's blog:

Greetings

Wishing everyone a fabulous weekend and hoping to hear from you soon.
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Published on June 15, 2019 15:46
Solitaire Parke Solitaire Parke's blog:

15 Quotes to Celebrate Father's Day



The third Sunday in June every year is Father's Day. A great day to let your Dad know that he is important and you care, with a card, a gift, or just a hug and a visit. Fatherhood is rarely a smooth ride, but one that's full of ups and downs, with both joyful and sometimes tragic experiences. Yo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 15:43
Olivia Aycock Olivia Aycock's blog:

Enjoy the spark!

…and a brand new website design









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I had so much fun re-working the website. I hope you love the new dynamic layout. Let me know what you think—I’m hosting a giveaway to celebrate. Details below!

Longtime readers will know I absolutely love reading—and I’ve been reading romance novels since I had to s...

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Published on February 18, 2019 16:09
Josie Brown Josie Brown's blog:

Extracurricular: Why it’s timely.

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My next 3-book women's fiction series, Extracurricular, is being launched just as one of its plot points has caught national headlines: the college admissions scandal.

In my plot, we see it happen in real time when a private high school is caught up in the same exact scheme.
But, like everything in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 15, 2019 12:45
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