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Mehmet   Yildiz Mehmet Yildiz's blog:

Data Intelligence for Enterprise Digital Transformations

Data is the most valuable asset in business intelligence. Data steers and leads to business and technology transformation. One significant fact is that data, especially Big Data, is ubiquitous in every enterprise. Every enterprise generates massive amounts of data. As digital leaders, data is our... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:51
Sherif Sadek Sherif Sadek's blog:

My new Story (Zena)

I am working on my new story Zena and I will start publishing each page I finish. This will be draft and will be opened to public comments.

What is the story about ...I like to keep that hidden for you to discover. I usually start with an idea and a plot and as I start building my story, things ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:21
Rob Donnelly Rob Donnelly's blog:

Conversations Update

I just had a text from the producer. The Conversations episode has been rescheduled to broadcast this Wednesday rather than tomorrow.
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:17
Roger W. Avrit Roger W. Avrit's blog:

Nice Little Review from Facebook

This came in yesterday from one of my high school classmates:

Just finished, Wrong Way Justice, and enjoyed it. Gave it to my Granddaughter to read. Looking forward to reading another,
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:11
Toni Pike Toni Pike's blog:

A 5-star Review for DESOLATION BLUFF

I'm thrilled to let you know that Desolation Bluff has received another 5-star review.

You can read more here:

https://tonipike.com/2019/09/16/an-ap... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:08
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:

Family Maintenance

Denise gives her husband another dirty look as he looks at her. He watches his son as he pours syrup on a saucer, then proceeds to dip his toaster waffle, taking a bite, dipping again, taking another bite. And soon, the waffle is gone in a matter of seconds.

“Can I count on you at the store today... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 20:56
Abu Faisal Sergio Tapia Abu Faisal Sergio Tapia's blog:

Abu Faisal Sergio Tapia en las librerías de Dubai y Abu Dhabi

DUBAI.- Los libros del escritor argentino Abu Faisal Sergio Tapia se encuentran en la librería mas importante de los Emiratos Árabes Unidos,  Magrudy's comenzó a comerciar en 1975 en Jumeirah , y rápidamente se convirtió en una parte central de la vida de Dubai, con locales en todos los emirato... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 11, 2019 13:12
Krista Sandor Krista Sandor's blog:

Man Fast is FREE--for a limited time

MAN FAST=The complete abstinence of all things male.
No dating.
No boyfriend.
And no creep to break your heart.
Too bad the city’s biggest player sees it as a challenge.
Laugh, sigh, and swoon with this delightful rom-com.
Start the series for ★FREE★--for a limited time.
https://books2read.com/u/4D... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 20:21
Dee Rose Dee Rose's blog:

Getting there: The Hangman Returns

I'm about a third ways finished writing The Hangman Returns. I have remained conscious of the main issues associated with some of the criticism from the Hangman, which was there wasn't enough of the Hangman. Having established the main characters over the last three years, the novel will not have... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 19:41
Iris Long Iris Long's blog:

Small World


I continued to attend Grace Community Church in Goshen following Scott’s move to heaven. In late January 2012, I received an email from the church secretary regarding an elderly member whose husband had recently passed away. Her daughter in Fort Wayne was concerned about her and had asked if an...

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Published on September 15, 2019 19:14
Jennie Poh Jennie Poh's blog:

Spring Fair 2013


Here are some pieces I've done ready for the Spring Fair this year..hopefully my agents will whizz up to the NEC and sell them!



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Published on January 26, 2013 10:12
Greg Stout Greg Stout's blog:

ON GETTING PAID

My debut novel, Gideon's Ghost, was released at the beginning of the summer, and not long ago I received my first royalty payment from my publisher, Beacon Publishing Group. The payment reflected the short time the book has been available, and so wasn't very large at all, but just the same it was... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 18:42
Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon's blog:

Ellen Datlow's "Recommended List 2019"

My short story “Hair and Teeth” has made it into Ellen Datlow’s “Recommended List for 2019” in Best Horror of the Year vol.11.

https://ellendatlow.com/2019/09/15/fu...

"Hair and Teeth" was first published in Aurealis #113 and reprinted in Year's Best Hardcore Horror #4. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 18:41
D.  Rose D. Rose's blog:

ROSEVILLE Book 2...Coming Soon

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Fall 2019, we return to Roseville.

Subscribe to my mailing list for the official cover reveal and an exclusive sneak peek!

Sign up HERE!

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:30
Brooke O'Brien Brooke O'Brien's blog:

Start your next binge read today!

I'm excited to announce you can find all my books live in all your favorite bookstores. Start your next binge read series today!
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Published on September 07, 2019 10:31
Alba Arango Alba Arango's blog:

Readers! See you in Kingman, 9/21

Hi all!
I'll be at the Kabam! Book Festival in Kingman, AZ, on Saturday, 9/21. Come to the festival, check out all the fun authors, get yourself some new cool reads, and stop by to say hi! :)
Hope to see you there!
Alba
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Published on September 15, 2019 17:18
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

Money Wise.

Negatively toned headlines might grab attention, but I believe that the substance should count for more than the style of any piece of writing. If it adds knowledge, promotes thought or helps people become more aware, then that is my kind of article and at a time when it is hard not to notice the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 17:15
Lori Allison Lori Allison's blog:

New York 2019 - Day 2

New York 2019 - Day 2

I guess you could say we slept in, although with the two-hour time difference, it sure didn’t feel like it. Eight-thirty in New York is only six-thirty in New Mexico, and I woke up needing coffee. We found some, plus breakfast, across the street at Juniors, the place we’d got... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 17:00
Chris Bohjalian Chris Bohjalian's blog:

A Goodreads Giveaway of The Red Lotus

Greetings,

Hoping all of you are having a nice start to autumn, with plenty of new books to excite you.

This is fun: Goodreads and Doubleday Books right now are giving away 25 advance copies of my March 17 novel, THE RED LOTUS.

The thriller about a New York City ER doctor is set in Vietnam and Manh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 16:53
Glenda Carroll Glenda Carroll's blog:

Think You’re Hacker-Proof? Think Again.

That’s what I learned from a talk by Robin C. Stuart, a veteran cybercrimes investigator, who laid it on the line last weekend in a talk sponsored by Sisters in Crime, NorCal at the Half Moon Bay Public Library. “If someone wants to hack you, they can do it,” said Stuart. In other words, barriers... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 15:49
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:

My Fall TBR

Well, I'm ready for fall, and I have the books to read. If only I had a cool breeze and a reason to fix a cup of hot chocolate. But I can't wait for the weather to change in order to start these new books. As always, I have so many to choose from, and I keep ordering more.

The first one is A Light... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 16:44
Michael R. Virgintino Michael R. Virgintino's blog:

A Tilted House In The Bronx Captures Teenager's Interest

A teenager from Queens, New York, was fascinated with a house that was a bit off-kilter. John Bulakowski didn't live in the home and it wasn't located in his neighborhood. He traveled to The Bronx to see it at Freedomland U.S.A.

"The Casa Loca had no exterior appeal whatsoever," recalled John of N... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 16:12
Lisa Ciccarello Lisa Ciccarello's blog:

Sundays are for writing

Sundays have always been a day of writing for me, but this summer I found myself slipping away from my good habits. In order to rededicate this day to writing, I’m going to take a little time each Sunday to post some thoughts about writing.

Today I’m thinking about inspiration, & how random i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 16:06
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