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Filip Forsberg Filip Forsberg's blog:

Technothriller series

While I wait for the editor to finish her magic touch with Trident, I’ve started work on a second series, with a new set of characters. This time it will be a technothriller series that is taking place in Scandinavia, Russia, and the UK around 2020. Exciting stuff, it’s always so fun to start dr...

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Published on September 22, 2019 07:54
Ann Sepino Ann Sepino's blog:

Standalone Books

Hey there! Here's a list of all the standalone stories I've published so far. The covers are linked to a list of sites where the books can be purchased, including Amazon, Apple iTunes, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo. I'll add to the list every time I release a new book.

- Ann

How do you fall in love...

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Published on September 22, 2019 20:56
Peter     Clarke Peter Clarke's blog:

Guest on The Singularity Saints Podcast

In the latest episode of the Singularity Saints Podcast, I discuss my views about the future of AI, the singularity, the policy proposals of Zoltan Istvan, and my new book "The Singularity Survival Guide."

Check it out!

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Published on September 22, 2019 21:39
David McMullen-Sullivan David McMullen-Sullivan's blog:

Just for Dummies

Because, at my age, it's good to have a refresher, and because there were several mistakes my editor found in my latest book Ian and Edward, I decided to read English Grammar for Dummies. There are so many things I'd forgotten about since my school days like:

1. Don't split your infinitives
2. It's... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 21:24
Brian  Reeves Brian Reeves's blog:

Running an Ad Campaign

I just began an advertisement campaign for the Kindle version of my mythical Polynesian fantasy series, Islands of Fire. This is the first time I’ve actually advertised or marketed a book, save for mentioning it here or there on relevant forums online. The ad campaign is pretty modest, as far as...

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Published on September 20, 2019 09:20
Leza O'Dowd Leza O'Dowd's blog:

What’s your nemesis?

In a previous post I asked the question ‘What do you need?’ This week’s post is along those lines but leaning in a slightly different direction.


Besides my health and family/home duties that restrict me in how much I can do and accomplish, what do you think is the biggest thing that gets in my way...

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Published on September 22, 2019 19:27
Eden Rayna Eden Rayna's blog:

Just a Fling is free!

Hey lovely readers!

From Sept 23-27, 2019, Just a Fling will be free on Amazon. Introduce yourself to the Driven by Fire characters before the next book in the series, Out of Bounds, comes out on Oct 1.
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Published on September 22, 2019 21:08
Michael S.  Lachance Michael S. Lachance's blog:

The Camera Giveaway

Wow and WOW!

Thank you to everyone who chose to join the giveaway!

Tomorrow, September 23, 2019, is the last day to join the giveaway.

I will post another giveaway for fall 2019.

I have a new book, The Witch and The Roman, due in fall 2019. It's a romance novel and the story is about a soldier of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 21:00
Anthoney Pavelich Anthoney Pavelich's blog:

Kindle Unlimited Until Oct 16th

Free if you have Kindle Unlimited until October 16, 2019.

World Unraveled: Book One of The Scorched Earth Saga
Anthoney Pavelich

Get to know Grevan as he begins to understand his role in saving the world while exploring his new love, Harry. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 20:54
Stuart Ross Stuart Ross's blog:

I am going to brag now.

Hi there. I won a huge prize last week. I am still in shock. It is called the Harbourfront Festival Prize, and it goes to one Canadian writer a year. Previous winners have included Alice Munro, Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, Dionne Brand, and Wayson Choy. It is awarded for one's writing, but... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 20:26
Kevin Conlin Kevin Conlin's blog:

Why the Ten Commandments are for atheists, tooThe Second ...


Why the Ten Commandments are for atheists, too
The Second Commandment:You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God, in vain.  "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will make me go in a corner and cry by myself for hours."-Eric Idle  
             Words matter.A man is hanging a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 20:16
Robyn  Langdon Robyn Langdon's blog:

What is Jesus’s Law?

Many laws do NOT belong to Christ, but one that surely must be followed is the law of loving someone so much that you’re willing to carry their burdens.



Sometimes we’re looking for righteousness and it’s right in front of us. Sitting across the table. Sleeping in the room down the hall. Sittin...

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Published on May 06, 2019 20:24
Gretchen Altabef Gretchen Altabef's blog:

A LEAP INTO THE UNKNOWN

Sherlock Holmes solves an old family mystery.         A client forsworn, a threatened town, and a Goliath of unimaginable proportions . . .
          Gretchen Altabef has authored her first pastiche novel, “Sherlock Holmes: These Scattered Houses.” Publication Date/Book Release: 14 November 2019... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2019 21:12
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day - Lionfish: http://www.groupersandwich.com/news/w...
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Published on September 22, 2019 19:50
Thomas Marcum Thomas Marcum's blog:

Follow me!

You can also follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/ThomasMarcumTCC

I will be at Harlan Haunt Fest on Oct 5th. This will probably be my last appearance for a while ...so come and see me!
You can find out more about Harlan Haunt fest on their facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/harlanhaunt... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 19:46
D.M. Drake D.M. Drake's blog:

A Huge Thank You to The Librarians on Goodreads!

Hey Librarians Club!

Thank you so much for adding my new Book, The Art of Loving (The Carrington Series Book 2) to your database. I sent you a message and you responded quickly.

I just saw my book listed with, Is This Shoulder Taken? I now have two books on Amazon.com and I am ecstatic. The Art of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 19:05
Clay Boura Clay Boura's blog:

Idiom of the Week - 9-22-2019

Tomorrow mark's the first day of Fall (aka Autumn). So for the next few week's I am going to use some Fall/Autumn inspired weekly idioms. This week is "To Get Wind of Something" which means to learn or hear about something which may or may not have been a secret.
"Beamer got wind of the pop quiz a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 18:38
Mary Catelli Mary Catelli's blog:

winter, spring, summer and fall

Going back through the outline, slapping in comments that this season has arrived, followed by this one, interspaced with attacks by wolfmen and mysterious women who can drive you mad.

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Published on September 22, 2019 18:16
Nicholas Gomez Nicholas Gomez's blog:

My One Last Talk

From the ages of 17 to 22 I prostituted myself to older men. I charged them money to dominate me and let me perform oral sex on them. I felt like I mattered when I did this for them, like their validation of me and what I was doing was the love I never got as a child.

I felt something…

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Published on September 22, 2019 18:33
Bernie Morris Bernie Morris's blog:

Zorro's Last Stand

Enter this prize giveaway to win one of 3 copies of Zorro’s Last Stand by Mark Shearman http://www.bronwynbooks.co.uk/mark-sh.... All you have to do is put your email address or phone number on the contact form on my website http://www.bronwynbooks.co.uk/contact...
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Published on September 22, 2019 18:33
Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon's blog:

Table of Contents for Midnight Echo #14

The Australasian Horror Writers Association has revealed the table of contents for the upcoming 14th issue of the AHWA's magazine, Midnight Echo, guest edited by yours truly.

I believe it's a terrific lineup. The issue includes flash fiction, short stories, original artwork, poetry and a novelette... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 18:32
Liberty Underwood Liberty Underwood's blog:

thank you

I was an 18 year old walking from class, then hurriedly to my car, all while writing in my phone drafts. I posted it for the world to see without a second glance or thinking anything of it. I was surprised when I woke up the next morning to hundreds of people commenting & reposting who felt t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 18:13
Lorrain Allen Lorrain Allen's blog:

Preparing your first manuscript

So you’re ready to pen your first manuscript but you don’t know where to begin. Trust me, I get it. I was the same way just a few months ago when I decided to pen my first manuscript. The first quality you must possess is passion. Penning a manuscript isn’t easy so if you lack passion then your m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 18:11
Julia McBryant Julia McBryant's blog:

Ellis’s Playlist Finally Up

Just in time for the release of I Wish I Were Special, I managed to get Ellis’s spotify playlist up! You can listen to it here. Remember, like all the other playlists, you’re supposed to listen to it on shuffle. If you go look in character details, every single person has a playlist! My kids hara...

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Published on September 22, 2019 16:50
Kim Redford Kim Redford's blog:

Cowboy Cookie Recipe & Giveaway

Mystery Lovers Kitchen invited me to share my Cowboy Cookies recipe from my upcoming COWBOY FIREFIGHTER CHRISTMAS KISS, where I'm also giving away a print advanced readers copy of CHRISTMAS KISS and a book bag to put it in. Hope you get a chance to join me at:
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Published on September 22, 2019 17:58
J.J. Cunis J.J. Cunis's blog:

The Fall

This is a story I submitted to the Aspiring Writers Short Story Challenge on LinkedIn. The challenge is you have to craft a very short story about the subject of the month. This month the subject is The Fall. The story has to fit in one LinkedIn comment. That means it has to be fewer than 1250 ch... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 17:50
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:

Mark Hunter and the Albion Rovers

As all fourteen of my regular readers know, my name is Mark Hunter and I come from Albion, Indiana. What you might not know is that I have internet alerts set, so that if someone talks about my writing I know. It's like spying, only … well, it's just like spying.

Sadly, most of the hits are about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 17:43
Pamela Morris Pamela Morris's blog:

Summer's End

Another summer comes to an end, but there's still a few things to look forward to this year.

https://pamelamorrisbooks.com/2019/09...
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Published on September 22, 2019 17:30
Cindy Tomamichel Cindy Tomamichel's blog:

World building: Deserts

Humans continually modify much of the environment in order
to make it more comfortable to live. Yet many places still exist on Earth and
our Solar system that are dangerous and uninhabitable by humans, at least for
the long term. That does not stop many creatures making these places home. How
do auth...

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Published on September 22, 2019 14:30
Catherine S. Buck Catherine S. Buck's blog:

The Joker and the Fool: Beginning Steps in Life’s Journey

***“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. “- Lao Tzu
There is a deep need, spiritually based, that pushes us forward into new experiences and life-changing paths. Our course or direction depends on whether we can accept these changes that are presented and overcome any obstacle... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 17:27
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