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S. D. Stewart S. D. Stewart's blog:

a dream-story

I arrive in town exhausted. The need to stash my belongings points to a decrepit white Victorian with the air of a boarding house. No one’s around when I enter but this does not concern me. I shove my bags under the bed in an otherwise empty room and return to the street. No one’s […]
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Published on January 19, 2020 15:57
C.A. King C.A. King's blog:

Brantford Featured Artist

I am thrilled & humbled to be named The City of Brantford's Featured Artist
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Published on January 19, 2020 16:02
Kelly L. Miller Kelly L. Miller's blog:

Misery Monkeys (Insomniacs)

They stay up all night
Every single night
Taking turns crying
Like graveyard shifting
Like they're working
At a tear gas factory
Having panic attacks
Wailing like sick cats
Obsessing
Over paranoid nothing
Terrified
To close their eyes
For fearing
They may end up suffering
Some kind of catastrophe
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Published on January 19, 2020 15:48
Catherine Peake Catherine Peake's blog:

Means to an End

Who says finding humour in potentially offensive subjects is outdated? Written before the time of thinking about what you say before you say it (and thereby not saying it), Blott on the Landscape is a triumph of British humour. Comfortably at home with vulgarity, class distinction, implacable rev...

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Published on January 16, 2020 15:33
James Earl James Earl's blog:

My First Blog

50 Years of Progress?





What changed from 1969 to 2019?





I am James Earl, author of High in the Bavarian Alps, historical fiction.





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Ok, I wrote a book. It is selling online at Amazon, Barnes & Nobel, and other retailers. Of course, to get anyone to read or even see my book—I must b...

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Published on January 15, 2020 13:00
Jack Kuhn Jack Kuhn's blog:

Twist Review

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Published on January 19, 2020 15:06
E.M. Courier E.M. Courier's blog:

New Book - Different Name

Hey readers!

I wanted you all to know that I have a new book that should be coming out sometime in March or April of this year! It will be under a different name—Emilie MacCauley. This book is YA/New Adult Fantasy and will be a part of a series. As time gets closer I will post more updates on here... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2020 15:02
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

LAST DAY OF SALE!

LAST DAY OF SALE

ON SALE for ONLY $0.99! (01/17-01/19)

Start this laugh out loud rom-com today!

Can't Block My Love (Hockey Gods #1): https://amzn.to/2QEriNW
#Free with Kindle Unlimited!

And don't forget to add My Fair Puck Bunny (Hockey Gods Series #2) to your TBR: http://bit.ly/MFPB-TBR

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Published on January 19, 2020 14:49
Scott  Kelley Scott Kelley's blog:

This reader really hit the mark!

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Published on January 19, 2020 14:48
Gareth Southwell Gareth Southwell's blog:

The Illustrated Nietzsche

This is a project that was going to be a book – an illustrated life of Nietzsche – perhaps someday still may be. It was inspired by the great Ralph Steadman’s wonderful illustrated life of Freud. Anyway, I may add the odd illustration here and there. Available as prints and merchandise. Incidenta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2019 05:42
David  Beckett David Beckett's blog:

Jan 19, 2020

Praying to the Almighty for PEACE tomorrow. Let's unite to celebrate Dr. King's legacy.

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
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Published on January 19, 2020 14:25
Ruy Xoconostle W. Ruy Xoconostle W.'s blog:

El ruido en mi cabeza

¿Cuánto tiempo llevo entrando y saliendo de depresión? En esta última etapa, probablemente unos dos años y medio. Tengo las fechas más o menos claras porque durante 2017 intenté avanzar en mi libro nuevo, que en esos momentos se llamaba Aveline, y aunque escribí mucho material casi todo se sentía...

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Published on January 19, 2020 12:58
Raeshell Rozet Raeshell Rozet's blog:

The Blanket Maker's Granddaughter

The only blankets I knew as a little girl were handmade by my grandmother. She lived far away in Hawaii, but she made blankets for us. Not only for us, but for all her children, and her children’s children, and even in later years for my boys-her great grandsons.

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Published on January 19, 2020 14:22
R. David   Simpson R. David Simpson's blog:

Introduction 2020

Hello Mt Fellow Readers,
Lend me your eyes- if only for a few minutes. Thank you!
I am an English Canadian writer, scriptwriter and filmmaker, residing now in Victoria Canada after 28 yrs in Japan. I have completed three novellas, of which two are represented Here, now .

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Published on January 19, 2020 14:21
Julie Stielstra Julie Stielstra's blog:

"I," "You," and "They"

I recently received my first issue of Slightly Foxed, a handsome little print journal from the not-so-United-Kingdom. Its intent is to introduce readers to “books that are no longer new and fashionable but have lasting appeal.” It comprises 16 essays describing and appreciating books remembered f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 19, 2020 14:18
Vince York Vince York's blog:

"Dear John Fate," Now Available!

"Dear John Fate," is now available on Amazon! (Click here to purchase)

Cheers to Levagood Creative on their outstanding design work and The Caxton Printers for helping us create such a beautiful print.

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Published on January 19, 2020 14:07
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”~Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Published on January 19, 2020 13:38
Walter Rhein Walter Rhein's blog:

My Thoughts on 'Joker'

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Published on January 19, 2020 13:51
Ann-Christine Tabaka Ann-Christine Tabaka's blog:

Five Poems

I am thrilled to have five poems published by Academy of the Heart and Mind. Thank you editor Thomas Page.
1. Garment of Pain
2. A Fool's Paradise
3. Dancing the Dance
4. Running Out of Words
5. Madness of Mind

https://academyoftheheartandmind.word...

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Published on January 19, 2020 13:41
Emily Rachelle Emily Rachelle's blog:

Faces of emotional abuse

Content/trigger warning: abuse, manipulation, gaslighting, threats of self-harm, sexual conversation





Abuse doesn’t feel the way it looks.







When I was 19, just a few days shy of 20 years old, I logged into an online dating profile I’d made while bored, intending to delete the account. Instead, I me...

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Published on January 19, 2020 10:00
Denise Kelly LeBlanc Denise Kelly LeBlanc's blog:

Things that are a kick in the ass

December is a time suck. This is an eternal truth that I can depend on from year to year. It doesn’t matter how much momentum I have in November, the holidays hit and I get nothing done. One of these days I hope to learn how to avoid this quicksand.


As an aside, television in my childhood really h...

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Published on January 08, 2020 07:52
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