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Robert Kingett Robert Kingett's blog:

A Super Date is finished.

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Literature really needs LGBT superheroes Just as much as literature desperately needs POC superheroes. I’m happy to report that, with this short story, I’ve fulfilled the LGBT aspect of the superhero absence. It’s called, A Super Date.

I finished it yesterday but ha...

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Published on December 11, 2019 07:27
Kerry Chaput Kerry Chaput's blog:

Giveaway

I have decided to give away a free paperback copy of The Darkness We Carry! Anyone who signs up for my newsletter in the next week will be entered to win.

Just enter your email here:

https://www.kerrywrites.com/contact

Thank you for all the reads, purchases and reviews so far!

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Published on December 11, 2019 08:43
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

Friends, I'm excited to report that we qualified for the ballot in my home state of #California. You will be able to vote for me in the Republican primaries here. We're now very close to having a technical way to defeat #Trump and win the Presidency should

Friends, I'm excited to report that we qualified for the ballot in my home state of #California. You will be able to vote for me in the Republican primaries here. We're now very close to having a technical way to defeat #Trump and win the Presidency should the stars align, or if he gets impeached... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:42
Tiffany Fenton Tiffany Fenton's blog:

Part 1: Can Prayers Really Be Answered?

Four and a half years ago when I was diagnosed with Addison’s Secondary Illness I was shocked. Secondary adrenal insufficiency occurs when the pituitary gland—a pea-sized gland at the base of the brain—fails to produce enough adrenocorticotropic (ACTH), a hormone that stimulates the adrenal gland... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:41
Jane Steen Jane Steen's blog:

Errrrmmmmmm . . . yes.

2019 marks probably my lowest point as a reader. And what I hope is the turning point in a long struggle with my own creativity as a writer.

I realized a couple of months ago that the two things are related. The more I read, the better I can write. I've been starving myself of brain input for the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:31
Anne-Cecile Ville Anne-Cecile Ville's blog:

Endings: The Happy, The Sad and The Ambiguous

When you watch your favorite TV series for years you have high expectations for a satisfying ending. Anne-Cecile Ville examines story endings that are happy, sad, and ambiguous.

When you watch your favorite TV series for years you have high expectations for a satisfying ending. Anne-Cecile Ville e...

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Published on June 11, 2019 09:00
Jeff Jaskolka Jeff Jaskolka's blog:

Reality

I wrote my personal memoir TWO ONE FIVE for closure and forgiveness toward pain and resentment caused to me by the different people, places, and things that were an unfortunate part of my life. I did it to literally close the book on my past and walk away from it forever.

I had a real shitty 2019... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:27
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:

December 11, 2019

Wednesday, 11th December. I have an awesome announcement. Edith Layton's daughter has re-released the first collection of 5 Christmas stories set in Regency England and they're available everywhere in ebook (only). Many of these have been out of print for a long time. I always loved Edith's novel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:22
Harry Dolan Harry Dolan's blog:

Publishers Weekly calls THE GOOD KILLER a "satisfying crime novel"

My new book, THE GOOD KILLER, comes out February 4th, and I just saw the first early review. Publishers Weekly writes: "Both action junkies and readers who like their thrillers on the cerebral side will find something to enjoy." Read the full review here:
https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 08:15
Dorian Rainer Dorian Rainer's blog:

Hi. It’s been a while.

I’ve been mostly doing a revamp.


How do you like it so far? Too dark? Too grey?


What I’ve been doing to the site is hard linking to the actual serial itself, of which you can read on my AO3 right now to it’s updated chapters. Though itis currently the madness that is NaNoWriMo, I’ve got a couple mo...

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Published on November 05, 2019 12:30
R.J. Hanson R.J. Hanson's blog:

Book Giveaway!

You have just a few days left to sign up for a signed set of the first Heirs of Vanity Trilogy, Roland's Path, Roland's Vow, and Roland's Triumph. One lucky winner will also get a 20" x 30" map of Stratvs! The drawing will be held on 12/14/2019. Register today!
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:59
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

Almost Here!

Are his actions conducted out of fear or bravery?

You decide on Dec 19th!
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:53
David    Pollard David Pollard's blog:

Independent Bookshops

I'm greatly in favour of independent bookshops - every town should have one and I am always keen to have my books stocked in our local independent bookshops.

I'm celebrating a bit of a breakthrough today - Rossiter Books who have shops in Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Leominster are going to stock my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:48
Raquel De Leon Raquel De Leon's blog:

Some Updates

I know some of you have been waiting to hear word on Teresa's story. You'll be happy to know it's almost ready to be published. I’m just waiting on final word from my sensitivity readers.

Because I am who I am, it’s not really like the last book I did—or the one before that. What can I say, I’m al... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:41
James B. McPike James B. McPike's blog:

Out Today - 12/11 - Realm of the Unknown

Just in time before the Christmas season Realm of the Unknown is now here on Kindle, Nook, or Kobo! Anyone who enjoys thrillers with a dash of mystery/adventure as well as finding out secrets about the ancient Greeks will find the book right up their alley. Paperback edition coming soon! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:35
Rebecca Donovan Rebecca Donovan's blog:

Writer's Seminar with Rebecca Donovan

Do you have a story to tell?

Maybe you're not sure how to get started, how to organize it, or finish it? I'd like to help!

I'm running two Writer's Seminars beginning January 5th to assist writers in developing the story they've always wanted to tell. Each week we will discuss what it takes to crea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:31
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

Love these two so much!!! Gah!

I'm writing SEARCHING FOR LOVE (Zev Braden and Carly Dylan's book) and bawling my eyes out. <3 <3 Love these two so much!!! Gah! They're fun, flirty, and freaking fantastic, but they have heartache to work through, and it's killing me!! Who else LOVES emotional love stories!!??!

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Published on December 11, 2019 07:29
Harry Rothmann Harry Rothmann's blog:

The Afghanistan Papers: Secret History of he War

As our book WARRIORS AND FOOLS chronicles, the Vietnam War was full of false or over optimistic assessments that clouded the strategic picture there and eventually, in part, added to disaster. Much of this was from not understanding the enemy and the region, both historically and culturally. At t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 07:18
Richard Zimler Richard Zimler's blog:

Audiobook of LAZARUS Just Released

The audiobook of The Gospel According to Lazarus has just come out in the English-speaking world. Here is the link to Amazon.co.uk:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 06:47
Joss Stirling Joss Stirling's blog:

Book giveaway

GIVEAWAY Hurry over to Twitter to @jossstirling and retweet for a chance to win my new book, Stinging Nettle.

You can also get it from tomorrow here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stinging-Net... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 06:27
Emily Giffin Emily Giffin's blog:

THE LIES THAT BIND!

Hi everybody!

In case you missed the news, the cover for my next book THE LIES THAT BIND has been revealed: https://www.bustle.com/p/see-the-cove...

The book will release on June 2nd (I know the Bustle story says June 23rd, but we've moved up the release date!), and is available for preorder now at... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 11, 2019 06:27
Penny Colman Penny Colman's blog:

Epigraphs: “The Vote: Women’s Fierce Fight,” Part IV, Chapter 12

This statement by Anna Howard Shaw is the epigraph for The Vote: Women’s Fierce Fight, Chapter 12, Battle Cry: 1916—We have waited long enough.


In writing these posts, I am focusing on events that relate to the epigraph, although there is so much more in each chapter. Anna Howard Shaw directed her...

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Published on December 10, 2019 15:15
Brian  Ludwig Brian Ludwig's blog:

BLOG OVERVIEW

Hello to all my Goodreads followers, fellow bloggers and new visitors. Just a few notes to share.

Our posts often are answers to questions we receive by email. We do not use names.We may answer the same questions coming from slightly different ways so that we start to create new mental pathways.W... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 17:59
Jonathan Liew Jonathan Liew's blog:

Pulisic's high-speed game of hide-and-seek is making him a Chelsea idol | Jonathan Liew

The attacker looked like a fitting replacement for Hazard on the night Lampard’s side reached the Champions League last 16

Of course, they didn’t make it easy for themselves. It wouldn’t be Chelsea if they did. This, perhaps, has been the underlying theme of Frank Lampard’s first half-season: they...

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Published on December 10, 2019 15:56
Steve  Pond Steve Pond's blog:

American Cinema Editors Nominate ‘Parasite,’ ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ ‘Knives Out’ for Top Awards

“Ford v Ferrari,” “The Irishman,” “Joker,” “Marriage Story” and “Parasite” have been nominated in the dramatic-film category at the American Cinema Editors’ ACE Eddie Awards, which honor the best in film editing.


In the comedy category, the nominees were “Dolemite Is My Name,” “The Farewell,” “Joj...

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Published on December 11, 2019 06:00
Bob Bruhin Bob Bruhin's blog:

Panorama 2875: 9Th And Spring Garden Sts Jigsaw Puzzle




9th and Spring Garden Sts

Philadelphia, PA

Copyright 2015, Bob Bruhin. All rights reserved.


Source: Panorama 2875: 9Th And Spring Garden Sts Jigsaw Puzzle


The post Panorama 2875: 9Th And Spring Garden Sts Jigsaw Puzzle appeared first on ERASERHOOD.

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Published on December 10, 2019 07:02
April Davila April Davila's blog:

Please Don’t Send Your NaNoWriMo Manuscript to Agents






Well, it’s officially December, and for a lot of writersout there that means NaNoWriMo is over. Did you do it? Did you hit your goal? If you did (and, hell, even for those who gave it their best shot) I’m so effing proud of you. You did it!You should do something to celebrate: go out for drinks,...

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Published on December 11, 2019 05:00
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