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Sabrina Albis Sabrina Albis's blog:
Hello everyone!

I am super excited to announce the release of my second book A Dusk without Dawn.
This book picks up where A Night without Stars left off and is available in ebook format.
Print copies will be available soon, I am just waiting on the proofs to arrive.

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Published on August 17, 2018 16:12 • 1 view
Kayleigh Nicol Kayleigh Nicol's blog:
Don't you hate it when authors are vague? But yes, quite soon I'll have a new beautiful cover to reveal for book two of the Mage-Born Chronicles, as well as the actual book title. So far, it's coming along gorgeously, so stay tuned!

Also, the manuscript is back from the editor, so next week will b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 15:32 • 8 views
Kimber Camacho Kimber Camacho's blog:
Our Bloody PearlOur Bloody Pearl by D.N. Bryn

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I was happy to receive a review copy of this book and am SO glad to have been lucky enough to read this story. It is amazing! The world-building is excellent, but enough like our world that I had no difficulty understanding anything, it was a j... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 15:30 • 11 views
Yolanda Randolph Yolanda Randolph's blog:
Hello Loves!

A cluttered space receives nothing; not even fresh air. We must learn to remove stuff out of our path that is used for nothing but a space filler. GOD can't move in your life and replace the bad with the good if you're still hanging on to mess. I had to learn the hard way. I used to h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 15:28 • 6 views
Helene Cardona Helene Cardona's blog:
"so Life in Suspension La Vie Suspendue by Helene Cardona Life in Suspension La Vie Suspendue by Helene Cardona Life in Suspension La Vie Suspendue by Helene Cardonaluminous and fanciful that you can stumble around for hours within it, lose track of time almost, and fall out the other end feeling lighter and like you just traveled to another time and place."
Elizabeth Cohen reviews Life in Suspension / La Vie Suspendue in At the Inkwell: https://atthei... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 15:04 • 5 views
Steven R. Burke Steven R. Burke's blog:
After my hiatus from writing to get my MBA, I am finding it quite refreshing to get back to creative writing. I missed my fantasy world a great deal. I can say that I have been at work the last few weeks on re-editing books 1 & 2. This leads me to what I had originally intended for my series.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 14:59 • 7 views
P.W. Singer P.W. Singer's blog:
I'll have a new book out on Oct. 2. Check it out and I hope you enjoy!

LikeWar looks at how social media has changed news, politics, and war and, in turn, news, politics, and war changed the Internet for the rest of us. So it ranges from Trump’s very first tweet to ISIS, Russian ops, citizen journ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 14:30 • 10 views
N.S. Scholl N.S. Scholl's blog:
Is it really almost September?

It has been a Rollercoaster of a summer and I never even went to a theme park!

The ups? I had some time to unwind and relax, I spent time at the cottage and wrote. I took a trip out west to B.C. and was inspired by the beautiful landscape and mountains.

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Published on August 17, 2018 14:16 • 7 views
A.P. Thayer A.P. Thayer's blog:

I woke up this morning and finished the next draft of one of the two short stories I've been working on for the last month. The one I'm going to be submitting to Writers of the Future. I was finally able to power through my hesitation and although I'm not 100% sold on it, I have time for another...

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Published on March 10, 2018 14:58 • 6 views
Ashley Abbiss Ashley Abbiss's blog:
It's been a weird old week around here. I was supposed to be painting, but the rain came in and the humidity went sky high, so that didn't happen and the room is still sitting there looking dreary.

However, the writing has gone very well indeed. The Heir of Ghlent has now passed the 100,000-word m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 14:03 • 7 views
Patricia Annalee Kirk Patricia Annalee Kirk's blog:
It's convenient to have a common name. When others research your name on a slanderous site they find five hundred "you's". What happened in Kansas stays in Kansas.

Other names you may recognize at once. The signature Picasso applies to only one man. There may be a Stanley Picasso, but when you en... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:49 • 8 views
David G. Cookson David G. Cookson's blog:
Bullshit Jobs: A TheoryBullshit Jobs: A Theory by David Graeber

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Finally, a book that really gets into a question that not enough of us are asking: why are there so many bullshit jobs out there?

This book was expanded from an essay that caught fire back in 2013.

David Graeber, an anthropologist at t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:43 • 22 views
Allison Symes Allison Symes's blog:
Have just got back from my annual highlight - the
Swanwick Writers' Summer School.

Had a wonderful time discussing and learning about all things connected to the worlds of books and stories. What's not to like about that?

But, as ever with these things, you come back home again and you feel shatte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:36 • 32 views
Daniel   Kemp Daniel Kemp's blog:
In times forgotten, in memories now old
Where stories of love still remained untold,
There was a soul that had wandered far and alone
Trying to find a way for his sins to atone.

Lies were his friend, they hid his name.
They hid his past, they hid his shame.
Bodies had died and faces burned away,
But mur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:34 • 7 views
Allyson Kennedy Allyson Kennedy's blog:

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! Boy, do I have a treat for you today! Okay, maybe the book itself is more of a treat than this review, but anyway. I can’t stop gushing about the I Can Only Imagine movie, and I can now testify that Bart Millard’s memoir is just as amazing!

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When the film...

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Published on August 17, 2018 13:00 • 5 views
Amethyst Creek Amethyst Creek's blog:
Anyone can count the seeds in an apple. Only God can count the apples in a seed.
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:25 • 6 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
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Published on August 17, 2018 13:22 • 5 views
Kristi Zeyn Kristi Zeyn's blog:
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Let the battle begin!
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:52 • 4 views
Billy Ray Chitwood Billy Ray Chitwood's blog:
"Miles from Afghanistan!"

“Pardon me, aren’t you staying on Route 40?”

“Does it look like I’m staying on Route 40?”

“No, sir! But you said you were staying on Route 40 all the way to Flagstaff when you picked me up.”

“Did I say that? The devil must have made me say that!”

“But, sir, I need to get to...
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:49 • 34 views
Gage Lively Gage Lively's blog:
This is a re-post. I’ll be re-blogging this at intervals in the hopes new people will see it, cause I really want to give a reviewer the gift card! If you’ve reviewed or read TS on GRs, take a minute and put it up on amazon! If everybody did, I’d be super close to doing the drawing!

ARC’s availabl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:19 • 7 views
Dana Vacca Dana Vacca's blog:
FREEDOM CALLING - Book Highlights
Emerson was a major influence on Celia, the main character in Freedom Calling.

Ralph Waldo Emerson - Essayist, Lecturer, Philosopher
Ralph Waldo Emerson was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1803. He graduated from Harvard in 1821. He lived in in the antebellum South... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:18 • 5 views
Elise Schiller Elise Schiller's blog:
The IncendiariesThe Incendiaries by R.O. Kwon

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Okay, two damaged young people meet at college. The young man has recently rejected his former evangelical belief in Jesus; the young woman is searching for meaning—maybe in Christ. Enter a deranged and manipulative cult leader. Interesting plo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:17 • 7 views
Joseph J. Miccolis Joseph J. Miccolis's blog:
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Published on August 17, 2018 12:15 • 9 views
Magnus Wilton Magnus Wilton's blog:
My Ebook, Pomegranate Juice : Sacrilegious Tales of Dark Abrahamic Horror, will be free for one last time. August 20

Btw, my book is only 99 cents if you miss the 24 hour window.

Also available in paperback!
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Published on August 17, 2018 11:56 • 9 views
Doug Lewars Doug Lewars's blog:
The Serpent of VeniceThe Serpent of Venice by Christopher Moore

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


*** Possible Spoilers ***

If you regard Shakespeare as being sacred then you might want to give this book a pass. Christopher Moore takes 'The Merchant of Venice' along with 'Othello' and weaves them into a tale of merriment in whic... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 11:56 • 7 views
Barbara Avon Barbara Avon's blog:
Don't forget that SPEED BUMP - A Christmas Tale is absolutely FREE for every e-reader.

It marries a sprinkling of Dickens with a sort of demented "Planes, Trains and Automobiles".

Read Chapter 1 here!

https://spark.adobe.com/page/k3ZCZqOT... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 11:52 • 7 views
Patricia Bossano Patricia Bossano's blog:
When I set out to write FAERY SIGHT, my intent wasn’t to produce a full length novel, much less a series. I just wanted to entertain people in my family. I figured it would be a short story, a novella at best.

The original manuscript went through multiple revisions as additional bits of the story... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 11:46 • 7 views
Pallavi Sareen Pallavi Sareen's blog:


Dear whoever thinks this is for them because there are so many who think every word I write is for them, so sure, take the credit for this one. I am allowing you to.


May you never think of me again and find solace in your life for it can’t be so as long as I exist and my blog does too because y...

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Published on August 17, 2018 10:55 • 6 views
Kimberly Clifton Kimberly Clifton's blog:

 


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With my own experiences of real life conflicts of corrupt leadership, big city/small town comparisons, and a post-apocalyptic setting, Awakened by Fireflies is much more than a romance.  However, as we follow the lead characters journey from heartbreak to true love, we find that ro...

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Published on August 17, 2018 10:52 • 6 views
Claire Fullerton Claire Fullerton's blog:
I am savoring this beautiful book, and turning to it nightly as a touchstone at my day's end. Written in accessible language so compelling and engaging, Suzanne Henley Smith's voice is like listening to a friend so rife with personality, I want to hear everything she has to say! There is a wealth... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 10:48 • 7 views
C.J. Shane C.J. Shane's blog:
We have a new interview with private investigator Letty Valdez on Anastasia Pollack's blog. You first met Letty in Desert Jade. Letty's next adventure, Dragon's Revenge, is coming in November. Blogger Anastasia (the creation of author Lois Winston) bills herself as a crafts editor and reluctant a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 10:15 • 7 views
John F. Montagne John F. Montagne's blog:
Science Fiction and the proposed Space Force:

https://theconversation.com/donald-tr...
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Published on August 17, 2018 10:11 • 6 views
P.S. Winn P.S. Winn's blog:
Sorry I haven't been around much with new posts. I have been extremely sick but am clawing my way back. Slowly I am getting back to reading the amazing books by fellow authors and writing in my own.
I am hoping all have been spending time lost in books (Your own and those by others)
Thanks for all... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 10:08 • 6 views
Juho Pohjalainen Juho Pohjalainen's blog:
I'm not sure how tags work yet. I'll figure it out.
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Published on August 17, 2018 10:07 • 8 views
Chris Enss Chris Enss's blog:
Enter now to win a copy of Cowboys, Creatures and Classics: The Story of Republic Pictures.

A dark figure weaves through a forest of imposing, leafless trees toward a weathered cabin in a clearing. An eerie mist blankets the ground, and a lone wolf howls in the distance. Inside the cabin, two men... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:57 • 6 views
Steve  Johnson Steve Johnson's blog:
Walking In The Light Injured Baseball Player, Dad Help Troubled Kids Find Their Way by Steve Johnson A minor league baseball player finds time to help coach a team of troubled kids. His dreams of making the majors are put on hold while he rehabilitates his badly broken leg. The kids are from a juvenile detention facility and are about as troubled as you could imagine. Many come from broken hom... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:56 • 7 views
K.L. Adams K.L. Adams's blog:
There is a difference between a want and a writer. The difference is a writer writes and the dreamer continues to dream. The first thing you need to go is to pick a platform for your masterpiece. There are many online sites that allow you to store your work some are free to use, some require a sm... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:50 • 7 views
J.N. Morgan J.N. Morgan's blog:
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Had some very interesting and deep conversations, primarily about parenting and also about relationships. It took a bit of time but, strangely, thinking about aspects of the conversation for quite a while, I began to feel an intense feeling of fear, perhaps specifically dread. Still figurin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:47 • 7 views
T. Greenwood T. Greenwood's blog:
In which I create my dream cast for RUST & STARDUST (this was sooo fun).

https://mybookthemovie.blogspot.com/2018/08/t-greenwoods-rust-stardust.html
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:38 • 6 views
Barbara Venkataraman Barbara Venkataraman's blog:
A modern-day genie, beautiful to behold

Spinner of dreams and broken promises

Make your wish, it will be granted.

Music, dance, math, science,

Friendship, revenge, sorrow, joy.

Crave love? Swipe right

Oh, how you need this

How hollow and empty you are without it

You can never let it go

Until one day you f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:31 • 6 views
Madison Kent Madison Kent's blog:
New Orleans, a city enriched by its divergent past, and vibrant cultures.
After an urgent request from a friend of the Donovan family, amateur sleuth Madeline, her father and friends arrive at Belle Magnolia.
She is in awe of the beauty of the city, and curious about occurrences such as seeing wome... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:29 • 8 views
Kiersten Hall Kiersten Hall's blog:
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:27 • 8 views
Nikki Jefford Nikki Jefford's blog:
Part-wizard.

Part-wolf.

Moon Cursed.

Time is running out for Elsie. Her twentieth birthday is three weeks away, and if she doesn’t claim a wolf shifter, she’ll be forced to mate Brutus, the boorish bear shifter. If she doesn’t, calamity will strike her father’s coven and lives will be lost.

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Published on August 17, 2018 09:12 • 11 views
Wayne Newman Wayne Newman's blog:
Finally, the epic fantasy series I have wanted to publish is now available on Amazon.
I hope every one enjoys the read.
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Published on August 17, 2018 09:07 • 8 views
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:
I know I've shown this video before on my #transhumanism work, but here it is newly translated in #Portuguese on Yahoo! Brazil: https://br.noticias.yahoo.com/virando...
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Published on August 17, 2018 08:54 • 8 views
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