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Jenni Boyd Jenni Boyd's blog:

Faith. New Cover & Why.

My latest book Faith has a new cover. The reason for this being, the old cover gave people a misinterpretation of what the book is really about.
No it is not about vampires or BDSM. It is a psychological thriller that is religious based, but is not a religious book.
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Published on March 20, 2019 01:04 • 3 views
Elizabeth   Hunter Elizabeth Hunter's blog:

The Devil and the Dancer is LIVE!

Gavin and Chloe’s story is LIVE! I am so thrilled to share this story with you. Gavin and Chloe’s story just didn’t fit into Blood Apprentice at all. They were whispering that they wanted their own book, thankyouverymuch. So The Devil and the Dancer was born. I hope you enjoy it! I hope you enjoy... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 09:00 • 1 view
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

The Rise of Unfreedom in the West

It’s time to call it: Democracies across the West are at an inflection point on free speech, and it’s not clear which way things will go on this issue in the next 20 or 30 years. In some cases, ostensibly liberal governments have already made moves to police and suppress what they deem unacceptab...

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Published on March 19, 2019 10:00 • 6 views
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:

Netflix Passes on Apple Video Service – DTH

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Published on March 19, 2019 10:52 • 1 view
Terri Windling Terri Windling's blog:

Citizens of the land

Path to the Commons


"As a descendant of slaves and freeman, native inhabitants, and colonizers from Europe," writes Lauret Savoy, "I struggle to understand what it means for me -- or anyone -- to be an American and a human being. Frames of bondage, segregation, forced removal, and an ancient connection to homel...

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Published on March 19, 2019 04:43 • 5 views
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

Coal Tax Cut Endangers Funds for Black Lung Treatment

COEBURN, Va.—Former coal miner John Robinson’s bills for black lung treatments run $4,000 a month, but the federal fund he depends on to help cover them is being drained of money because of inaction by Congress and the Trump administration.


Amid the turmoil of the government shutdown this winter,...

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Published on March 19, 2019 16:38 • 2 views
Alexander Laurence Alexander Laurence's blog:

The Growlers Beach Goth Halloween October 31 + November 1, 2019 Hollywood Palladium Hollywood, California On Sale Friday, March 22, 10AM

The Growlers Beach Goth Halloween
October 31 + November 1, 2019
Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood, California
On Sale Friday, March 22, 10AM
The Growlers will celebrate Halloween this year for two nights when the band's annual Beach Goth returns to Los Angeles. The concerts will happen on October 31 and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 12:27 • 3 views
John C. Maxwell John C. Maxwell's blog:

Don Yaeger: 4 Characteristics of a Great Mentor

Coverage of the John Maxwell Co.’s Live2Lead event, held at 12Stone Church in Duluth, Ga., on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Photo by Kevin D. Liles/kevindliles.com

Don Yaeger is a dear friend of mine. He’s joined me onstage for Live2Lead, Executive Circle, and together we produced The Mentor’s Guide to...

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Published on March 19, 2019 05:00 • 5 views
Eve Langlais Eve Langlais's blog:

Bunny Misfit Teaser 1

Being a bunny in a family of wolves leads to Claire running away from home. But when her BFF needs someone to investigate a possible lead on her missing parents, Claire hops to the rescue. My name is Claire, and I am a bunny shifter who happened to be born in a pack of [...]
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Published on March 19, 2019 04:30 • 6 views
Scot McKnight Scot McKnight's blog:

Jesus Resolves Which Story?

Jesus can only be comprehended as someone in a story that is resolved by who he is and what he accomplished. But which story? Nicholas Perrin asks this question in The Kingdom of God: A Biblical Theology. It’s too easy to impose our own stories on what Jesus accomplished — whether it is a story o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 22:04 • 1 view
Gretchen Rubin Gretchen Rubin's blog:

“It’s Okay for a Manager to Say, ‘I Don’t Know, But Let’s Figure It Out Together.’”

Interview: Julie Zhuo


Julie Zhuo is one of Silicon Valley’s top product design executives. She leads the teams behind some of the world's most popular mobile and web services used by billions of people every day. She writes about technology, design, and leadership on her popular blog The Year of...

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Published on March 19, 2019 02:00 • 13 views
Peter V. Brett Peter V. Brett's blog:

Coreling Coffees




Hey everyone! One thing I love seeing while I go browsing for Demon Cycle stuff is all the awesome pics people have taken of their books. Lately, I’ve been noticing a bunch of beverage-themed pictures, specifically Demon Cyccle books with coffee.


I feel like this makes sense. When the night is...

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Published on March 19, 2019 05:00 • 7 views
Ree Drummond Ree Drummond's blog:

Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Soup by The Pioneer Woman

Roasted red peppers are my favorite pantry item; well, they’re up there alongside jars of good marinara sauce. You can turn a jar or two of roasted red peppers into so many different recipes, from soups to sauces to panini to dips. The flavor is mild and slightly sweet, and I’m always amazed at h...

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Published on March 19, 2019 08:54 • 7 views
Darcia Helle Darcia Helle's blog:

Book Review: LILAC GIRLS by Martha Hall Kelly

Inspired by the life of a real World War II heroine, this debut novel reveals a story of love, redemption, and secrets that were hidden for decades.









New York socialite Caroline Ferriday has her hands full with her post at the French consulate and a new love on the horizon. But Caroline’s world is...

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Published on March 19, 2019 02:37 • 6 views
William F. Aicher William F. Aicher's blog:

‘The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks’ Featured in Amazon Prime Reading

Quick note for all readers who are members of Amazon Prime: my science fiction novel, ‘The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks‘ is now available for FREE to Prime members through Amazon Prime Reading.


To get it, just swing on over to Amazon and “buy” it for the low price of $0.00.


And if...

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Published on March 19, 2019 14:00 • 6 views
Alastair Reynolds Alastair Reynolds's blog:

Out now

Permafrost, my new novella from Tor books, is published today.


Here's the description:

Fix the past. Save the present. Stop the future. Master of science fiction Alastair Reynolds unfolds a time-traveling climate fiction adventure in Permafrost.

2080: at a remote site on the edge of the Arctic Cir... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 07:21 • 7 views
Charles Stross Charles Stross's blog:

The Inevitable Brexit Thread (1)

(No, I don't know what's going to happen either.)



This isn't really a blog entry so much as the head of a discussion thread about the constitutional crisis currently gripping the UK, to stop Brexit neepery overrunning the comments on anything else I post here for the next month or six.



(We have: a...

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Published on March 19, 2019 02:48 • 6 views
Scott Adams Scott Adams's blog:

Episode 457 Scott Adams: Offering to Publicly Deprogram Anti-Trumpers Suffering TDS While You Watch


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Taking calls from never-Trumpers to deprogram them realtime
What’s your #1 complaint about President Trump?
Can I can debunk your #1 never-Trump complaint, realtime?


I fund my Periscopes and podcasts via audience micro-donations on Patreon. I prefer this method over accepting advertisements...

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Published on March 19, 2019 11:08 • 5 views
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What happens when you've done everything right, but you can't pay your bills?



That's one of the questions Barbara Kingsolver probes in her new novel, Unsheltered . Weaving between the present and the past, it follows two families in Vineland, New Jersey, living in different moments of cultural crisis....more

Tana French Interview with Tana French
Dublin crime novelist Tana French has the kind of critical reviews that other writers would…well, die for. Her debut murder mystery, In the Woods , won rave reviews and multiple literary prizes upon its release in 2007. Since then, her books have tended to haunt the bestseller lists, on both sides of the pond, and for months at a time. British newspaper The Independent has dubbed French "The First Lady of Irish Crime," and The Washington Post says she is the most important crime novelist to emerge in the past ten years. ...more

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