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C.S. Poe C.S. Poe's blog:

Sale: Madison Square Murders


Madison Square Murders
has been chosen as a July Kindle Monthly Deal, exclusively at Amazon UK! Until July 31st, pick up Book 1 in the Memento Mori series for only 99p and solve a twenty-year-old murder with neurodivergent Cold Case detective, Everett Larkin, and his forensic artist Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 14:40
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

HORRORS!

YESTERDAY I posted about a new film that Setsuko Tsuchiya and I will be appearing in entitled MOCOS. One of three reasons why this debut film by Elias Perez’ 2-Liter’s Shady Films Productions was that it was an experimental film. In this day when businesses are struggling to return to the old days, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 14:13
Ronald McGillvray Ronald McGillvray's blog:

Free books for Canada Day

Free today and the Canada Day long weekend. From July 1st to July 3rd you can grab both my books for free. What better way to celebrate Canada’s birthday. 🇨🇦 🎂

My short horror story collection:
Tales From The Parkland

And my children’s fantasy novella:
James’ Journey To Dreamland

Please consider grabbin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 14:09
Suzy  Davies Suzy Davies's blog:

Book Launch 18th July, 2022

So thrilled to say our book, "The Flamingos Who Painted The Sky" will be released on 18th July, 2022. You can pre-order copies from Amazon, Book Depository, Waterstones, W.H.Smith and ALL good bookshops and indie bookstores. Thanks for supporting me.
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Published on July 02, 2022 14:01
Win Day Win Day's blog:

Goodbye, CaRWA.

Today I resigned from CaRWA, the Calgary Association of Romance Writers of America. I can no longer belong to an organization whose racist and homophobic actions contradict its professed values of diversity and inclusion. Before I continue, I want to apologize to the CaRWA members who are part of an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 19, 2020 14:20
Elaine Clanton Harpine Elaine Clanton Harpine's blog:

Preview of my new book

Free preview from my newest book: Why Can’t We Teach Children to Read: Oh, but Wait, We Can, A Step-by-Step Plan for Teaching Your Child to Read


Introduction

“Do you think she can ever learn to read?” She was fifteen years old when she first came to my reading clinic. She had failed in school for nine Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 13:45
Ann Gaylia O'Barr Ann Gaylia O'Barr's blog:

Lessons From Puddleglum and Wulfstan

In C.S. Lewis’ Narnia tale, The Silver Chair, one of the characters, Puddleglum, along with two children, are trapped underground by a wicked witch. She tells them that the good things in the world above, the world of the children’s protector Aslan, are all made up fantasies. Puddleglum, as pessimis Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 06:05
Diane Kurtz Calabrese Diane Kurtz Calabrese's blog:

HayHouse Catalog-Meditations for the Mind-Body-Spirit by Diane Kurtz Calabrese

https://www.hayhouse.com/shop/feature...

Click on the link-scroll down and find my book: Meditations for the Mind-Body-Spirit
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Published on July 02, 2022 13:21
K. Orme K. Orme's blog:

Pastiches and the Saturation of a Market

I'm writing a pastiche. It haven't written a novel since November 2019, and Pondered in her Heart, which is not a pastiche at all, was originally conceived in 2014 and finally written in July 2019. After a long bout of writer's block, artist's block, whichever you want to call it, and a good deal of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 12:58
Ravi Mangla Ravi Mangla's blog:

New essay at LitHub

I wrote about the genesis of my new novel The Observant over at LitHub.

"The story of Shin’s abduction served as the kernel for my latest novel The Observant, which tells the story of Vasant Rai, a documentary filmmaker, who is imprisoned in an authoritarian nation and released under the agreement h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 12:44
John C. Dalglish John C. Dalglish's blog:

NEW RELEASE

The new CITY MURDERS book is done and going to editing. Look for CHARLESTON HOMICIDE to be available for Pre-Order next week.
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Published on July 02, 2022 12:43
Drew L. Sharpe Drew L. Sharpe's blog:

The Tracks

Roxanne loved to travel. She used to say she got it from her mother, but that was only the tip of the iceberg. Now she walked along the old railroad tracks watching the sunset, her backpack tucked safely behind her back. Trains hadn’t used the tracks for years, so she felt safe walking on them […]
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Published on July 02, 2022 07:00
Mike Sweeney Mike Sweeney's blog:

Mad, mad I tell you

The hardest thing to do is to write simply. Especially for those of us with day jobs; all that time away from the writing desk is time in which we can dream up new crap we really want to cram into the book.

I thought Sometimes a Fox would be simple structurally. Sure, there's some conspiracy theory/t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 12:13
John M3 Frame John M3 Frame's blog:

your almond eyes of the color of the sea are my thoughts

your almond eyes of the color of the sea are my thoughts

my wishes every time I think of you

I like you in the silence of a flirtatious look

in the murmur of warm and hot kisses

your eyes are the verses of love that I want to draw

in my heart


...

Read More


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Published on July 02, 2022 11:51
Jennifer Brasington-Crowley Jennifer Brasington-Crowley's blog:

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Many years passed. In fact, so much time passed that maybe she died and was reincarnated, hit reset and got a do over. Or maybe so much time passed that someone discovered a portal to a new dimension and she slipped into one and ended up here. I guess it really doesn't matter how, but she ended up i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 11:39
Austea E. Kette Austea E. Kette's blog:

Sequel to Anthem of the Cursed Empire is OUT!

You can now find it on my PATREON in PDF, EPUB & MOBI formats.
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Published on July 02, 2022 11:20
Timothy     Miller Timothy Miller's blog:

All the cool kids are doin' it


 Now hear this.

 Now hear this.

The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle is now available  for pre-order from Audible.com in audiobook format (obviously), suitable for listening to, or...listening to louder.

Avoid the Sept. 6th crush, pre-order now.


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Published on July 02, 2022 11:15
L.J. Kerry L.J. Kerry's blog:

Reading Wrap Up & More

June was Indie TBR Take Over Month and for this month, myself and over 70 other authors teamed up to offer our books for free in exchange for reviews.

My choices from this event were Shattered Souls by Emily Huffman, Screams of the Damned by Nikita Rogers and Under the Black Banners by K. Elle Morri

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Published on July 02, 2022 11:08
Niki Stone Niki Stone's blog:

15 Erotic Short Stories Guaranteed to Turn You On!

"The next time Netflix's romance section isn't doing it for you, and picking up a steamy novel is too much of a time commitment, grab one of these books. We've rounded up the best quickies to dive into for literary stimulation that gets straight to the, er, climax."

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Published on July 02, 2022 10:41
Davida G. Breier Davida G. Breier's blog:

How Michael Connelly Saved My Life

I had been working on the book for almost a year and knew it was time to take a research trip to Lorida, Florida. In December 2017, I cashed in some frequent flyer miles and flew to Orlando and rented a car. My flight left at 6:15 am and I was in Florida before 9 am.

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Published on July 02, 2022 10:40
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

You Can’t Tell Me What To Do! – Part 1

The Light Shines in the Darkness

In Part 1 of Apostle Peter’s instruction to believers (aka 1 Peter), he addresses the darkness in their lives. Darkness consists of suffering, trials, heartbreaks, etc. In Part 2 (aka 2 Peter), he furnishes them with more detailed information for how to live in the

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Published on July 02, 2022 09:01
Sharon E. Cathcart Sharon E. Cathcart's blog:

Sample Saturday: “In The Eye of The Beholder”

Hi, everyone. Today’s snippet is from my debut novel. Part of the award-winning Seen Through the Phantom’s Eyes series, In The Eye of The Beholder is available free of charge on Smashwords for the entire month of July.

iteotb“You like beautiful things,” he whispered.

“Of course,” I responded in surprise. “

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Published on July 02, 2022 09:06
Carla Rossi Carla Rossi's blog:

Red, White, & Baby Blue

Red, White, & Baby Blue is now available! Take a sneak peek:

Chapter One

New Year’s Day
Antonia Moretti plucked her sweater off the back of the kitchen chair and hit the door of her childhood home in Cardinal Point, Texas. The white, wooden screen door snapped shut at her back, dulling the sounds of lo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 10:13
Sam Davies Sam Davies's blog:

Hello Goodreads

So I've finally joined goodreads after noticing several different Sam Davies were claiming authorship of my books here 😅 apologies for any confusion.
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Published on July 02, 2022 10:06
Christiane Erwin Christiane Erwin's blog:

Howdy!

I wrote a thing! My first novel, Jude's Diary, is now available via ebook on Amazon. Paperback will drop in August 2022.

In the meantime, to get a FREE ebook, find out more about me, and be the first to get updates on new releases, subscribe at http://www,christianeerwin.com/ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 10:03
Allison Symes Allison Symes's blog:

Story Collections

One of the earliest books I had (and still have) are the Reader’s Digest Fairytale collections.

These are two huge books full of the classic tales by Perrault, the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christen Andersen, and so on. You don’t want to drop these books on your foot is what I am saying here!

I spent hou Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 10:03
Jillian Bald Jillian Bald's blog:

Goals!

I don’t know about you, but these past two years have been a blur. I am back on track now, and all caught up! I had a goal of revamping my House of Baric trilogy by July 1, 2021. Is it already 2022? I finally finished re-editing the last book in the series and re-published all of them with new cover Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 09:50
Stephan Oak Stephan Oak's blog:

Under the Gun is available!

Hey!

Under the Gun, A Jett Landry Story, is out and available for purchase. Under the Gun is a new beginning for Jett and her friends in Port City, Texas. Jett has taken over the Private Detective business, Angelique is her assistant, and Melinda is a lawyer. Tanya lives in New York, and she is an i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 09:54
Changho Sohn Changho Sohn's blog:

Beijing (July 3)

Summer has sure arrived early. But hesistant to go anywhere lest another lock-down strikes. Perhaps some venues within the Greater Beijing.

Early July celebrates important dates for China and the U.S. The former celebrates the birthday of the Chinese Communist Party that falls on July 1. The latter c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 09:43
Catherine       Jones Catherine Jones's blog:

Free ebook this weekend!

My latest release, The Sound of Flowers, is available on Amazon for free July 2nd and 3rd (eBook version).

This is a contemporary romance, and while I wouldn't label it a "sweet and wholesome" read, there is no profanity or sex in the book.

This novel differs from my others as there are only two mai Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 09:42
Connie Reed Connie Reed's blog:

Book 10 of Re-evolution: Eaglefall is Complete!

I have finished the tenth and final book of my epic scifi/fantasy series and am so very proud to have succeeded in this. I mean, I know I'm biased. It's my story, so of course I am, but it's a good story and I'm proud of it and proud of myself for making this happen.

It is an epic series and there's Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 02, 2022 09:31
R.J. Hanson R.J. Hanson's blog:

Notable & Quotable

Welcome to this month’s Notable & Quotable! First, I have to tell you about the first annual Texas Author Con Sunday, July 10th, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. being held at the Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Richardson 1001 W President George Bush Turnpike, Richardson, Texas 75080. There will be autographs, givea

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Published on July 02, 2022 07:42
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