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Gregg Maxwell Parker Gregg Maxwell Parker's blog:

New Book "Troublemakers" Out Now - #1 New Release on Amazon!

Hi Goodreads Friends,

Proud to announce my new book Troublemakers is now available on Kindle and in paperback! This is my first book for young readers, and I'm very excited to share it with you all. And after just a few days of release, it was listed as a #1 New Release on Amazon! You can read mor... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 19:34
Glen Hepker Glen Hepker's blog:

How Bad is the Bully?

A key point in this writing is to set forth and substantiate the following: Bullying should be definitively viewed as a form of abuse, a formal medically recognized behavior disorder (in and of itself) and as crime, inclusive of when it happens on primary/secondary schoolyards. To many this state... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 19:26
دكتور محيي الدين  محمد حسن صالح مزيد دكتور محيي الدين محمد حسن صالح مزيد's blog:

A New Academic Article by Mohyi Maziad

A New academic article by Mohyi Maziad
https://doi.org/10.24434/j.scoms.2019...

A New academic article by Mohyi Maziad
https://www.academia.edu/41217888/Nes...


A New academic article by Mohyi Eldeen Maziad
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Published on December 07, 2019 19:07
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

listening to christmas songs

my poem "listening to christmas songs" has been published at Red Eft Review. you can find the poem by going here:http://redeftreview.blogspot.com/2019/12/listening-to-christmas-songs-by-jj.html

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Published on December 07, 2019 19:02
Houston Hare Houston Hare's blog:

Sprig (Issue 1 - Germ) Paperback Release!

I am proud to announce that Sprig (Issue 1 - Germ) is officially released and available for purchase! Issue 1 is Arc 1 of Sprig, which follows Kaia as she first comes to the land of Daegal. If you have been waiting to read the story, now is the pe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 10:40
Sheldon Siegel Sheldon Siegel's blog:

Giveaway of SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

I'm giving away 100 copies of SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.

Click HERE for your chance to win. Contest ends December 27.

Feel free to share!
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Published on December 07, 2019 18:46
Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon's blog:

My novelette, "Barralang, pop. 63", upcoming in Dimension6

Since 2014, Coeur de Lion Publishing has produced three issues of Dimension6 per year, featuring some of the very best in Australian speculative fiction. Sadly, 2020 will be the magazine's last year of publication.

My psychological-horror novelette, "Barralang, pop. 63", will be included in the Ap... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 18:14
Holly Karlsson Holly Karlsson's blog:

Merry Dragonmas!

For fun, I created a dragon-inspired holiday gift guide. Visit my blog to see the individual product links. :) No affiliate codes for these, just something fun to share.

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Published on December 07, 2019 16:47
Ella Rose Carlos Ella Rose Carlos's blog:

I finally Read Dolly's "Coat of Many Colors!"

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~Dolly’s “Coat of Many Colors” is too cute, and I love its anti-bullying message!~

I’m really sad that it took me so long to read this classic, but it was wonderful to sit down and read it to my kids for the very first time! We loved it so much, and I had a lot of fun “singing” the...

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Published on December 07, 2019 16:23
Darrell Case Darrell Case's blog:

Why I write the way, I do?

Several times over the years I’ve been ask why I write the way I do. Why as Christians do we write about the dark side of life? Why speak about evil? The simple answer is because it exists. God asks us to be the light of the world directing those in darkness to him. If I only write of peace, joy,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 16:26
Gillian Wells Gillian Wells's blog:

Launch

Had a lovely day yesterday at the launch of my new book Families. It was extremely hot and very smokey because of the bush fires that are all around, however many people braved those conditions to be there, They all deserve a medal. Everyone enjoyed them selves and the questions afterwards flowed... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 15:53
Harry Rothmann Harry Rothmann's blog:

Interactive Books

Not sure how many here enjoy the benefits of interactive books like an iBook. Frankly, they are the future of reading because of what they offer.

For example for theWarriors and Fools: How America's Leaders Lost the Vietnam War and Why It Still Matters holiday season, there is no better way to i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 15:51
Michael A. Walker Michael A. Walker's blog:

Sharon TateFair Use 17 USC 1701“Do not go gentle into tha...

Sharon Tate Sharon Tate
Fair Use 17 USC 1701“Do not go gentle into that good night; Rage, rage against the dying of the light”

(Dylan Thomas)
An Epigram Quotation Preceding the Conclusion for thebook Sharon Tate Campaign Plan MMXX 2018 Michael A. Walker

Sharon Tate Fair Use
17 USC 1701

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Published on December 07, 2019 15:46
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's guest author on www.ritaleechapman.com

My guest author this week is Barbara Mostella-Oliver, author of Who Would Have Thought, written in memory of her parents.

Barbara is also a keen quilter, who says she could eat Italian food every day.

To find out more about Barbara and her book go to www.ritaleechapman.com. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 15:26
Edwin Wong Edwin Wong's blog:

NOVEMBER 2019 UPDATE – RISK THEATRE MODERN TRAGEDY COMPETITION

Stats, stats, stats! THANK YOU assiduous playwrights for all your entries! Here are the vital statistics since the 2nd annual competition began five months ago. Twenty plays have come in from two continents (North American and Oceania) and three countries (USA, Australia, and Canada). Here are th...

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Published on December 07, 2019 15:16
Phillip Crawford Jr. Phillip Crawford Jr.'s blog:

Gay Mobsters: Italian Mafia Now Accepting Gay Members

"The Mafia have evolved along with society" says Italian prosecutor Nicola Gratteri, and "gays can be accepted now, even as foot soldiers, so long as they don't parade it in public" as reported by the New York Post.

The Mafia and the Gays by Phillip Crawford Jr. There's historically been a fair number of gay or bi guys in New York's Mafia r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 15:16
Valeriy Bagrintsev Valeriy Bagrintsev's blog:

Amazon 2-days Promo - FREE BOOK

Hi everyone!
For the next 2 days (Sun-Mon) my Architecture & Photography book Tadao Ando's Church of the Light is FREE to download on Amazon.

I hope I could find several genre lovers here who may want to get it -->
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0821WXMK2.



What do we look at? The... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 14:47
Andrea C. Neil Andrea C. Neil's blog:

Because I should be writing right now…

…I went ahead and created a video. I get the most interesting projects done during National Novel Writing Month! Like cleaning the oven, knitting sweaters, making videos…


Actually, NaNoWriMo isn’t going too badly right now, but I should get some writing done today. Before I go, here’s a video I sh...

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Published on November 22, 2019 16:05
Jane Cousins Jane Cousins's blog:

To Kiss Kringle (Southern Sanctuary Book 13) Available NOW

First let me get the happy dance out of the way. You might want to take several steps back, things are about to get awkward.
Shimmy. Shimmy. Tush waggle. Step. Step. Leg kick. Jazz hands. Twirl.... and fire off the glitter cannon.

you can snap up book 13, just click on this link https://amazon.com/... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 14:20
Christine Hurley Deriso Christine Hurley Deriso's blog:

What I'm Doing Differently This Holiday Season

I’ve noticed lately that the older I get, the more consistent my lists become. There’s shockingly little variation these days in my shopping lists, my wish lists, my to-do lists, etc. I know myself pretty darn well at this stage of the game, and deviation doesn’t often factor into my lifestyle.

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Published on December 07, 2019 13:56
Sid Stark Sid Stark's blog:

Yet More Artistic Adventures in Audio--And Free Audiobooks!

Hello everyone!

Yes indeed, you may have noticed that I'm a bit obsessed with audio right now. Of course, anyone who knows me will not be surprised. I have a bit of an, um, obsessive personality. One of those greatest strengths/greatest weaknesses things.

Now seems like a good time to mention that... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:41
Amina Warsuma Amina Warsuma's blog:

The best man for the job is not a man it’s a woman.

Amber Stone Agent Zero, an African American NWO spy, working with 001 from MI6, their mission is to destroy a mask queen who rules a female terrorist group who has kidnapped her scientist father who has invented a virus. Agent Zero has her own weapon's it's her jewelry necklace, ring, earrings an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:37
Kaje Harper Kaje Harper's blog:

Rainbow Advent Calendar free stories.



I wanted to let you folks know about a holiday writing event I'm participating in : From the 1st - 24th of December authors of GLBT+ fiction will be opening a door to a selection of festive stories to while away the winter days and get you in the holiday spirit. Find stories from your favorite w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:34
Denise Wilkerson Denise Wilkerson's blog:

How does the candidate experience impact your employer brand?

With websites that allow candidates and employees to review and rate your company, your reputation has never mattered more! Your company’s brand is more than just the products you sell—it is also your company’s culture, how you treat your employees, and the people you interact with outside of you...

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Published on November 14, 2019 12:54
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Որոշիչները, որոնցով տարանջատվում է մարդու լավն ու վատը, մ...

Որոշիչները, որոնցով տարանջատվում է մարդու լավն ու վատը, միաժամանակ նույնացնում են նրանում, որ բոլորս էլ փչացած ենք, և, ըստ այդմ, դրանք ամբողջանում են մի բանում, ինչը կոչվում է կշեռք, որով կշռում ու կշռվում ենք, տարբերակվում ու դասակարգվում ենք՝ լոկ ըստ (ինքնա)բացահայտ(վ)ելու քաշի:Այս անկեղծացումն... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:19
Jordan Larsen Jordan Larsen's blog:

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Film Review)

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Movie Tie-In) Neighborly Words of Wisdom from Mister Rogers by Fred Rogers In a fast-paced, unpredictable and often unjust world, one man showed millions of children and concerned parents that love, kindness and understanding can prove to be the saving grace when everything seems chaotic. Meet Fred Rogers, creator and host of the iconic “Mister Rogers Neighborhood.”... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:21
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

I was excited to give an hour talk today on #transhumanism, a tax free #BasicIncome, AI, and the future to the Free State Project in #NewHampshire. I'm on the ballot there! Friends, please donate to the campaign so I can continue to travel, meet new people

I was excited to give an hour talk today on #transhumanism, a tax free #BasicIncome, AI, and the future to the Free State Project in #NewHampshire. I'm on the ballot there! Friends, please donate to the campaign so I can continue to travel, meet new people, and talk to you! Thanks! #UpgradingAmer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 13:05
Connie Kingrey Anderson Connie Kingrey Anderson's blog:

Writing & Performing Stories with Middle Grade Kids

"Writing and Performing Stories with Middle Grade Kids" - Workshop withConnie Kingrey Andersonas part of Tellabration, the National Storytelling Conference
Saturday, November 30, 2019, 11:00a.m.
Open Book,1011 Washington AveS,Minneapolis, MN 55415

Click here for more details:https://www.tellabration... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 06, 2019 13:05
Ray Hollar-Gregory Ray Hollar-Gregory's blog:

Emotional Block

It took me over ten yrs. to complete my 1st novel, published in 2016. I have written the 2nd, (250 pps) finished abt one yr. ago put it through initial editing, I have not opened it since then. I walk around w the story, changes needed and further character development in my head. I am conscious... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 07, 2019 12:39
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