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William Meikle William Meikle's blog:

Early influences: Glasgow

I've been talking these past few posts about influences. Place has always been a big one or me, and the first and one of the largest was where I spent a lot of time up to the age of 23.
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Published on July 13, 2020 14:59
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

SO THIS WORLD ISN’T GOOD ENOUGH…

Well, try the world of NewAmerica, in my recently released book, THE EDGE OF MADNESS (Aignos 2020)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Je6CCCI...

Just type in “The Edge of Madness Gaynor” in the Amazon.com search bar! Or, if you live outside the USA, consider buying it from The Book Depository at https://w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 15:16
Pamela Allegretto Pamela Allegretto's blog:

“CLEVER CAPER”

“If you have had to cancel your long awaited vacation to Venice, Italy and still wish to get away, no problem. Pamela Allegretto's newest offering: "Ashes to Ashes, Diamonds to Dust" can take you there. This clever caper done in the style of, say, a Blake Edward's '60's caper, will transpose you. Yo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 15:05
Rob  Wilson Rob Wilson's blog:

News link with the previously mentioned photo of two Nimitz-class carriers in the South China Sea

The link below contains the picture of the two supercarriers sailing next to each other I described without requiring a subscription.

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Published on July 13, 2020 15:01
Arthur  Graham Arthur Graham's blog:

HST Quarterly: Summer 2020

descriptionhorror, adj. inspiring or creating loathing, aversion, etc.

sleaze, adj. contemptibly low, mean, or disreputable

trash, n. literary or artistic material of poor or inferior quality

Welcome to HSTQ: Summer 2020, the curated collection from Horror, Sleaze and Trash!

Featuring poetry by Bogdan Dragos, John Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 14:57
Penelope J. Bristol Penelope J. Bristol's blog:

Sorry I went quiet…

So how is everyone doing post 4th of July? Still the weirdest summer of my life-thanks COVID19! I have been working on producing the audiobook for The Truth Turned Upside Down with a wonderful narrator-Kathleen Li. If you missed her voiceover sample please drop back to my post from June 19th-its aw

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Published on July 13, 2020 14:35
N.N. Light N.N. Light's blog:

Book Recommendation | New Beginnings by @JanetOlsonYA #yalit #comingofage #books

Title: New Beginnings


Author: Janet Olson


Genre: Young Adult



Book Blurb:



,Ida and Engen's 13-year-old friendship is altered when the death of their friend comes between them. Engen, guilt-ridden over Janelle's passing, has become violent. Ida, in her grief, attempts to fill the loss with a one-nig

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Published on July 13, 2020 04:00
Chris  Sherwood Chris Sherwood's blog:

Signed Copies Available!

Would you like a signed copy of "In Times Of Trouble"?

Just email me at chris@cmsherwood.com to find out how!
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Published on July 13, 2020 14:23
Wendy Voorsanger Wendy Voorsanger's blog:

Biddy Bridget Mason (1818-1891)

Born a slave in Mississippi, Biddy Bridget Mason cultivated domestic and agricultural skills, and became an expert in herbal medicine and midwifery. Mason and her family came to California in 1851, walking across the cou...

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Published on June 10, 2020 13:50
Virginia Brackett Virginia Brackett's blog:

Loving JoJo Moyes

I'm late to jump on the JoJo Moyes bandwagon, but I'm firmly aboard after reading The Giver of Stars. The novel features a group of fiercely dedicated women, both to the task at hand - distributing books through a free library - as well as to one another. This particular library delivers its books t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 13:58
David Bannon David Bannon's blog:

OVER ALL GRAVES & THE LONGING OF GRIEF

“The last thing the bereaved person wants to do is to distance him or herself from the deceased. The longing of grief is the longing for reunion, not separation – the lost one should return, not disappear.”
— from an essay on Friedrich Rückert’s Over all Graves (Über alle Gräber) on Figures of Sp
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Published on July 13, 2020 13:39
Savannah Totten Savannah Totten's blog:

How I Use Pinterest to Attract Blog Readers

Pinterest is a hot spot for blog posts, so if you figure out the right way to create graphics for your blog, you can share those graphics on Pinterest and increase your blog views by the hundreds.



I have been blogging for about three years now, and my blog has transformed a lot over the years. I’ve p

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Published on July 13, 2020 11:40
Eric  Nash Eric Nash's blog:

Reviewed: Mexican Gothic

Mexican Gothic is alive with mansions and cemeteries, forests and mist, hauntings and rot; it swims in the murk of politics and ethics; it courts mad passion. As for monsters, the human antagonists dwelling on the pages of Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s latest novel are some of the vilest I’ve met. Fortunat

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Published on July 13, 2020 10:40
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Անմահություն երազելու և երկարակեցություն տենչալու փոխարեն...


Անմահություն երազելու և երկարակեցություն տենչալու փոխարեն, արդյո՞ք ավելի հեշտ չէ մտածել՝ ինչպե՞ս է պետք ապրել, որ մահը զրկանք չթվա, ու, միաժամանակ, արդյո՞ք ճշմարիտը դա չէ, երբ մահն իր անհրաժեշտությունն անկասկածելի հիմնավորել է:

© Տիգրան Գորշ / ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ
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Published on July 13, 2020 13:04
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

Right or Wrong.

What is right or wrong? Well a first reaction to this question of thought is that facts do not change, or do they?

Take the age and size of the universe. At one time the earth was thought to be the centre of the universe, flat and unmoving and the Sun moved around the earth. Science has proved to mos Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 13:00
Melissa  Roberts Melissa Roberts's blog:

My Blog

Let me begin by warning you that my blog will be all over the place. I am passionate about so many things and when I blog I do it as it comes to mind. I promise to be entertaining but I cannot promise that you will always agree with me. Secondly, my book editor is expensive and she will not be editi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 12:57
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:

July 13, 2020

Monday, 13th July -- Sounds like most everyone roasted yesterday but still had fun, which is the point of the weekend. Is everyone still attending church online? I read about a couple of small churches that packed in their congregation and guess what happened? Sigh --
Work today -- Sherlock's now fro Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 12:56
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

Bette in Bondage

Bette Davis debates movie mogul Jack Warner about whether she should take the part of a rough cockney lady in the film "In Human Bondage."

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Published on July 13, 2020 12:53
S. Lee Glick S. Lee Glick's blog:

sale!

Good Monday Good reads friends. If you would still like my book at a great price. Go to my web page.sleeglick.com Enter the word Stephen at check out to receive the reduced price of $10.00plus two additional gifts. that's it. Thank you.
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Published on July 13, 2020 12:53
Emily Anthes Emily Anthes's blog:

Can Architecture Extend Our Lifespans?

Check out this excerpt from The Great Indoors! https://us.macmillan.com/excerpt?isbn...
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Published on July 13, 2020 12:37
Emily Castaño Jaén Emily Castaño Jaén's blog:

Mi nuevo relato: “Absorción: Entre dos mundos”

Pensaron que era el planeta más cercano y diferente, con un contraste de grises que nunca albergaría una vida siquiera en algún momento y resultó ser el más parecido y lejano, con ojos que son su propia luna que les refleja las luces más alucinantes de todo el universo.
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Published on July 13, 2020 12:37
Edwin Wong Edwin Wong's blog:

Review of CIVIL WAR – Lucan (translated Matthew Fox)

Penguin, 2012, 537 pages, translated by Matthew Fox Has there ever been a better time to read Lucan’s Civil War? It’s the story of the fall of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Principate. It’s the story of a world gone mad where a young and brash Caesar takes on Pompey the Great, the […]


The po

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Published on July 13, 2020 11:52
Romilly King Romilly King's blog:

All my beautiful boys...

Picture  
Once upon a time, I loved James T Kirk.  I love Han Solo forever – my scruffy nerf herder. I loved Spike, and Giles, and Willow. Long, long ago, I loved Hal and Roger.  I bow to Shuri and all the black women of Wakanda.  I adore Cristina Yang, Miranda Baily, and Boo from Monsters Inc is my spirit Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 08:48
Anna  Wise Anna Wise's blog:

The Blueprint

In the book, "All The Light We Cannot See,” I began to see a blueprint. The design that lives inside our heads. The one that tells use who we are and, in a sense, how to navigate our lives.

Marie-Laure, the young six-year-old girl in the story, becomes blind. To help her navigate the surroundings, h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:38
Jason      McDonald Jason McDonald's blog:

Kill 'em With Kindness!

Wow! Has it really been a year since I posted? Yikes. Well, it has been a turbulent year, to say the least. Hope everyone is staying safe and sound and getting a lot of reading done now that we're all (supposedly) hunkered down. Speaking of which, have you read my new book, "Kill 'em With Kindness" Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:31
Sparsha Kadri Sparsha Kadri's blog:

Why do I write?

I was always a dreamer;
I spent almost 45% of my life daydreaming which ended up wasting most of my time ( At least that’s what I used to be told). But with time I came to a realisation that not all dreams are useless; some could be recycled into beautiful stories.

I was told about a website named W Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:26
Debby Feo Debby Feo's blog:

July 13, Writing Update

I’m working on a new vampire short story called “The Crystal Nightmare”. The new vampire is named Dr. Makeesul.

Just finished and submitted a 7th Mellie the (teenaged) Vampire story. Eventually, all these stories will be in a book called “Mellie’s Diaries”, to be published by Hiraeth Publishing. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:15
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

it was fun while it lasted...

the Red Scare ran out of gas yesterday and lost to the Golden Eagles in the TBT, 79-70. the one thing the guys need to do to actually win this tournament is find a point guard. that, and actually have some depth as well. that was what killed them yesterday. the Golden Eagles will play Sideline Cance Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:14
E.A.  Green E.A. Green's blog:

BLOGGING WITH THE GREENMAN

STARTING NOW UNTIL AUGUST 16 2020.
Post a picture of you with a book from The Greenman's literary choices on any of my social pages and 2 Winners will receive an autographed picture from E.A. Green, a 20$ gift card and a signed copy of REAL SKIN.
WINNERS AND THEIR PICTURES WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON ALL MY Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:15
Joseph J. Miccolis Joseph J. Miccolis's blog:

(Question)

What is the shortest time you've spent reading a story from start to finish?

For me: 2 days - I read the indie story in half each day.
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Published on July 13, 2020 11:14
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