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RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB���S "SPOTLIGHT" Author Blog Tour! "SPOTLIGHT" Author, Karl Morgan!

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The World of the Carl Prescott Series


I am a very spiritual person and that shows up in my writing. Out of the books I have written, more than half contain spiritual themes. Through my education and life in general, I have also learned about many different cultures and faiths. Since all that...

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Published on July 15, 2019 23:33
Grace Kagni Grace Kagni's blog:

Welcome back from Rome, Italy

Hello friends,

I’ve been away from my blog this summer, working hard on the revision and copyediting of my previously published novels. It’s hard work, and yet it has made me fall in love with my characters all over again.

I have lots of new scenes popping into my head with the most recent disaster... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2018 00:35
Lujan Matus Lujan Matus's blog:

Parallel Perception Scholarship Recipient

spirituality-scholarshipTo all of you who participated in the scholarship program, I have been so deeply inspired by your comments and are truly grateful to have you in my life.

Please don’t be discouraged if you were not selected. There is always next year and if we can find larger venues I will be able to invite more...

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Published on July 15, 2019 19:24
Harry S. Dent Jr. Harry S. Dent Jr.'s blog:

How the Gov’t Hides This Incredible Data

Markets across the board seemed under the weather this morning.


Still, the Nasdaq is just 1,760 points away from my Dark Window 10,000 forecast. While that might seem like a lot, think about it this way: Six months ago – at the beginning of the year – the Nasdaq was at 6,506… 1,737 points lower th...

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Published on July 15, 2019 10:55
Jaye Marie Jaye Marie's blog:

12 Ways to Support an Indie Author

Most of my posts are aimed at writers and what they can do to help improve their writing and their marketing.  However, today I want to talk about supporting other authors.  After all, we can’t expect people to support and encourage us if we don’t do the same. Some of these may be obvious, but…
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Published on July 16, 2019 01:47
Dave  Atkinson Dave Atkinson's blog:

A love story in four parts

A love story in four parts

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Published on July 15, 2019 16:58
Renee Scattergood Renee Scattergood's blog:

#TeaserTuesday Shadow Stalker Episode 22 Coming Soon! #AmWriting

Episode 22 of my Shadow Stalker serial is currently being prepared for publication. The release date is set for the 2nd of August and it will be available for preorder Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 07:00
Davide Mana Davide Mana's blog:

Me, Steve Perry, Fritz Leiber and why I won’t write about kids on bikes in the 80s

This is a weird post (maybe the title could have forewarned you) and it is a part of something larger I’ve been trying to put into words these last few months. It has to do with marketing, platforms and brands, and writing for a living – indeed, it is the sort of post I usually write once or twic...

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Published on July 15, 2019 09:35
Радислав Гандапас Радислав Гандапас's blog:

О женщинах, семье, детях и изменах

Интервью Радислава психологу и писателю Нике Набоковой



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Любовные отношения — это набор ритуалов
Качество, которое есть только у мужчин
Что значит быть настоящей женщиной
Внутренний мир нуждается в уходе и развитии
Миф о женщинах
Способность менять социальные роли определяет счасть... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2019 04:11
Melanie Dale Melanie Dale's blog:

Lighten Up #104: Lauren Gaskill

We are in the middle of our series “Lighten Up about Illness” and today I’m talking with Lauren Gaskill, author of Into the Deep: Diving into a Life of Courageous Faith, and host of the podcast She Found Joy. Lauren has hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), which affects her collagen, joints,...

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Published on July 16, 2019 03:00
A.M. Galopim de Carvalho A.M. Galopim de Carvalho's blog:

MIL CENTO E QUARENTA VEZES A HISTÓRIA DE PORTUGAL

(do meu livro “COMO BOLA COLORIDA – A Terra, Património da Humanidade”, Âncora Editora, Lisboa, 2007).No dia-a-dia, o tempo mede-se em horas, minutos e segundos nos mostradores dos nossos relógios de pulso. Na História, mede-se em anos, séculos e milénios, usando, para tal, pergaminhos, tabuleta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 01:14
John Hardin John Hardin's blog:

We Cross the Arctic Circle

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We’ve entered the Land of the Midnight Sun. A week ago we drove “Matilda” our ‘98 Mercedes E240 station wagon onto a ferry in Sassniz, on Germany’s Baltic Coast, and set sail for Trelleborg, Sweden. From there we headed North. We took a couple of days to explore Sweden’s “Vildmarksv...

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Published on July 15, 2019 10:27
David Yagüe David Yagüe's blog:

Las novelas históricas más vendidas en junio de 2019

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¡Saludos lectores! Como todos los meses repaso con todos vosotros la lista de las diez novelas históricas más vendidas en España durante el mes pasado, que nos ofrece la consultora Gfk. En junio, se vuelve a confirmar que uno de los fenómenos de este 2019 es el de la guionista Annette Hes...

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Published on July 16, 2019 00:37
Timothy  Bateson Timothy Bateson's blog:

What Was Your Hardest Scene To Write?

July 8th 2019

"What Was Your Hardest Scene To Write?"










OpenBook Blog Hop July 15th 2019










If you ask any writer what kind of scenes they find hardest to write, you’re going get a lot of different answers, depending on the author. 

In fact, many of us have scenes we absolutely won’t write, unless the story won’t work without it. For m...

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Published on July 15, 2019 05:00
Elyssa Nyte Elyssa Nyte's blog:

Check this out on Pinterest.

It gets better every time you see it! – http://pinterest.com/pin/A45oVwAQAOAG7t_3BDQAAAA/?s=3&m=wordpress

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Published on December 08, 2014 23:53
Jarosław Czechowicz Jarosław Czechowicz's blog:

„Plac Konstytucji” Dominika Buczak


Wydawca: Wielka Litera
Data wydania: 15 maja 2019
Liczba stron: 320
Oprawa: miękka
Cena det.: 34,90 zł
Tytuł recenzji: Miejsce i ludzie
Dominika Buczak wydała wraz z Mikiem Urbaniakiem niezbyt udany „Gejdar”, po czym – ponad dekadę później – słusznie próbuje swoich sił w ściśle związanej z Warszaw... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 07:06
L. Costa L. Costa's blog:

Review: Simplemente Perfecta

Simplemente Perfecta Simplemente Perfecta by Miriam Meza
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Simplemente Perfecta es una novela con una buena dosis de romance, erotismo e intriga que te mantendrá enganchado hasta el final. Los personajes están bien delineados y desarrollados, la trama es fresca y se disfruta, sobre todo las p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 17, 2018 11:49
Vanessa F. Hurst Vanessa F. Hurst's blog:

A Journey of Living in the Moment

Do you know who you are? Does your true self  sing from the depth of your being? Do you reflect the wisdom of your soul? Do you see the beauty within not as an afterthought but as who you truly are? Do you love yourself?
Those mountains of our existence are meant to be scaled not feared. We climb... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 02:58
Marc Liebman Marc Liebman's blog:

International Communication Cycle Times in the 18th Century

The pace of life was so much slower in the 18th Century than it is today. There’s no better example than in the time it took to go from Philadelphia to Paris, France. Assuming there was a direct flight, an airliner could cover the 4,000 nautical miles between Philadelphia and Paris in ten hours g...

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Published on July 14, 2019 05:19
Sammy J. Hajeer Sammy J. Hajeer's blog:

Immortal Law

The roar of a fiery explosion bellowed through the basement hall. The shockwave pounded the walls and shrapnel shattering into the florescent lights that ran along the ceiling’s electrical conduit. With a flash of sparks, the sterile white walls of the power plant’s utility tunnel became a cerule... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2013 17:01
Jena Baxter Jena Baxter's blog:

Within Ash and Stardust by Chani Lynn Feener (The Xenith Trilogy #3) ***Excerpt -- Giveaway***




Within Ash and Stardust by Chani Lynn Feener (The Xenith Trilogy #3)
Published by: Swoon ReadsPublication date: July 16th 2019Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult

Having gone from kidnapped faux princess to the legitimate heir to an intergalactic throne, an impulsive, sarcastic teen must take char... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 00:30
Joanna Maciejewska Joanna Maciejewska's blog:

My short story in Broadswords and Blasters

I’m pleased to announce that my dark fantasy story Yet Another Vessel is available in issue 10 of Broadswords and Blasters. Join mercenary Molsyn who is on a mission to solve the mystery of disappearances in the woods and finds more than he had bargained for. The magazine is available on Amazon.
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Published on July 15, 2019 07:36
Anne Mercier Anne Mercier's blog:

A LITTLE NOTE ABOUT REFRAIN

I’m going to warn you now… Refrain isn’t like any other book I’ve written before. It’s mostly Ethan and Linc, but you also get a touch of Summer, Sera, Cage, and even Damian.


The Rockstar storyline still has a lot of open threads that I need to carefully close off and tie with a pretty bow… or a b...

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Published on July 15, 2019 20:05
Gunter Born Gunter Born's blog:

Zoom-Lücke: Auch RingCentral und Zhumu betroffen

Die Tage hatte ich über die Sicherheitslücke in der Zoom-App auf Macs berichtet. Es gibt zwar Patches, aber es scheinen wohl weitere Anbieter wie Auch RingCentral und Zhumu betroffen. Ich hatte es kürzlich im Blog-Beitrag Sicherheit und 0-day Schwachstellen (9. … Weiterlesen → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 02:42
Susan Scott Shelley Susan Scott Shelley's blog:

Plot Bunnies

Story inspiration is everywhere. Seriously. It can be sparked by something you see in real life, or on TV, or social media. Another word for a story idea is plot bunny. A plot bunny is a story idea that refuses to go away until it is written. I wasn’t sure where the term originated, but according... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 07:00
Rosa María Artal Rosa María Artal's blog:

La vida tiene un precio

Rosa María Artal Un avión de Kenya Airways EUROPA PRESS Esta semana, pacíficos vecinos de un barrio de Londres recibieron el impacto de un gran bloque de hielo en su jardín. Se trataba del cadáver de un hombre que cayó al abrirse el tren de aterrizaje de un vuelo de Nairobi a Heathrow de la compa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 10:06
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