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Heidi Fisk Heidi Fisk's blog:
It is strange, but I finally took the steps to get a proper editor. Up to this point I've been doing all the editing myself, usually within a span of a week.

However, from both comments and my own personal feelings it was apparent to me that that wasn't good enough.

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Published on October 15, 2018 21:36 • 6 views
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:
Asao arrives at the base of the hill, slips his sandals back on after rinsing his feet clean of the mud now caked between his toes, then looks to the sky before beginning his climb, searching for any indication of an advancing threat of rain. At breakfast, Grandmother had said she would not be su... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 21:23 • 1 view
Dominique Pryor Dominique Pryor's blog:
I just got done with book 2 and now it is loaded on amazon. Hope you enjoy it.
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Published on October 15, 2018 21:21 • 1 view
Bryan Nyaude Bryan Nyaude's blog:
when I wrote the legacy of monsters series, I realized I was taking a big risk by making my main character a vile super villain. Most people like stories about heroes with happy ending, but I decided to write his story as a prequel. Most people will not like this genre, but in a few years they wi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 20:42 • 4 views
Kaje Harper Kaje Harper's blog:
As I head to GayRomLit in Portsmouth VA I blogged on Love Bytes Reviews about being an introvert heading to a conference.

BTW - If you are at GRL and looking for me,
* I have an author lounge Thursday 9-9:45 am
* My Q&A session is Thurs at 3-3:15 pm
* I have another lounge Fri 10-10:45 am
* I'l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 19:41 • 12 views
Becky Sarwate Becky Sarwate's blog:
Cubsessions: Famous Fans of Chicago's North Side Baseball Team & Their Stories of Pain, Loyalty, Hope and (Finally) Joy had a great 2018 baseball season (perhaps better then the Cubs themselves - ouch!), but we're nowhere near done! We have lots of exciting events and collaborations in the pi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 19:24 • 10 views
Anne Marie Ruff Anne Marie Ruff's blog:
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Published on October 15, 2018 19:21 • 5 views
Susan Srikant Susan Srikant's blog:
I Like Hats is free at amazon.com October 17 - 21. A little raccoon tells us all about his silly hats in this easy-to-read, rhyming picture book.
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Here are the links:
US: https://susansrikant.weebly.com/uploa...

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/I-Like-Hats-...

Australia: https://www.amazon.com.au/I-Like-H... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 18:18 • 6 views
Shaila Patel Shaila Patel's blog:
Hi Everyone!

I hope you're all enjoying the cooler temperatures! I know I am here in the Carolinas! It's perfect weather to snuggle up with a good book--and that's why I'm writing :)

My publisher put Soulmated on sale for 99 CENTS on Amazon! If you're in the mood for a young adult, interracial, par... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 18:16 • 7 views
Cathrine Goldstein Cathrine Goldstein's blog:
I took a break from social media this summer. It wasn’t anything I really planned, it just happened. I was tired, wasn’t sure what to post, and I felt I needed an overhaul.

Besides, I was busy. Really, really busy. And that included finishing my 500 hr. yoga teacher training.

So, I decided I would... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 18:15 • 5 views
Carly Phillips Carly Phillips's blog:
Dream is only hours away.

She was his best friend, his first love. And she broke his heart. Now she’s back. Will they find a second chance?

Except that no happily-ever-after is won without a fight—and her ex-husband doesn’t like to lose.

Amazon: http://smarturl.it/amazoncp
B&N: http://smarturl.i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 18:12 • 11 views
Gail Gauthier Gail Gauthier's blog:
This is what happened, folks. Last Friday night my plans for Sunday changed. A family event was moved to the end of the month. In the meantime, Sunday was free. That changed what happened Saturday afternoon, too. Because the cooking I was planning to squeeze in to Saturday afternoon after a morni... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 18:10 • 7 views
Kaecey McCormick Kaecey McCormick's blog:

I’m excited to share that my chapbook, Pixelated Tears, is now available from Prolific Press. And here’s the press release that went out this weekend:

https://www.prlog.org/12734824-prolific-press-has-published-pixelated-tears-by-kaecey-mccormick.html?embed

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Published on October 15, 2018 08:00 • 7 views
AnneMarie Dapp AnneMarie Dapp's blog:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/f.html?C=RN...

Today's contest for my paranormal romance novel, The Wall People, is live!

Five random readers will be selected to win a free Kindle copy. I'd love to hear if you're a winner!

Meanwhile, here's a synopsis of the story:

Looking for a spooky read this Hallowee... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 17:49 • 22 views
Kevin Ethan Kevin Ethan's blog:

I’m not politically correct and I’m not a serene type of person.  I feel things strongly and it shows.  I am quick to state my opinions and am usually too stubborn to change them out loud (even if I am wrong in the end).  But, I’m not an asshole, on purpose.


“That’s the ugliest…”


I was thinking abo...

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Published on October 13, 2018 12:22 • 4 views
Ashlee F. Astinns Ashlee F. Astinns's blog:
Yes, I must admit.

The premise of a happily married women unexpectedly (and voluntarily) bending over for a random hottie in the back of a hardware store pushes the boundaries of credulity. Even for a fictional yarn spun purely for entertainment value.

Sure, everyone’s heard stories about two stra... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 17:18 • 6 views
Eldon Farrell Eldon Farrell's blog:
While I can certainly understand the desire to sell books, I have to wonder if this is a new low for authors out there?

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

As you can see at that link, I reviewed a book by the esteemed journalism icon Bob Woodward. I gave it five stars. As you can also see in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 17:12 • 5 views
Theodore Jerome Cohen Theodore Jerome Cohen's blog:


The audiobook for my fifth Detective Louis Martelli, NYPD, mystery/thriller, Eighth Circle, now is available:

https://www.audible.com/pd/Eighth-Cir...

When the mayor of New York City's grandson and the grandson's wife are murdered execution style in their Tribeca apartment, NYPD Detective Louis Mar... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 16:49 • 9 views
Amey Zeigler Amey Zeigler's blog:
I just got back from a writer's conference in Atlanta. I loved every minute of it! But one question came up that intrigued me. What is story?
I studied Fiction in Communication in college and often thought about this question. Is story the things that happen? Or is it the character's reaction/acti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 15:54 • 7 views
L. Rambit L. Rambit's blog:
As a kid, the thought of germs never phased me. I was what my dad affectionately called a "ragamuffin," my bedroom so messy it was an actual fire hazard (dirty enough to have a bug problem once or twice), and I spent almost all of my time barefoot, in and out of school. (Go to a public high schoo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 15:43 • 8 views
Brian D. Anderson Brian D. Anderson's blog:
The Vale: Behind the Vale, has made it to the next stage of the Booknest Fantasy book of the year contest. I would like to thank everyone who voted. You are awesome. So....I hope you can be awesome again. I need your to help to the finish line. By that I need another vote. And as I have come this... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 15:11 • 10 views
Graeme Rodaughan Graeme Rodaughan's blog:
The Day Guard (The Metaframe War, #4)The Day Guard by Graeme Rodaughan




I was about to write a review for The Day Guard, then I realized, I’m just too close to this project to rid myself of authorial bias. So, I figured it would be interesting to send out a little memo to the unsung crew who have assisted with the writing of this sau... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 14:50 • 8 views
George Garrigues George Garrigues's blog:
Who originated the phrase “ink-stained wretch” to refer to newspaper reporters?

Well, it was Alexander Woolcott, whom we today would call a “pundit,” but in his time (1887-1943) was just a magazine and newspaper writer.

You can check it out for yourself by following this link, https://www.newspaper... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 14:37 • 8 views
Michael Batchelor Michael Batchelor's blog:
Dear Goodreaders,

Hope all is well! In celebration of the release of my second novel, Animal Circus, I thought I'd share a couple of excerpts!

"Thousands of humans, visiting from all across the country to ogle and fondle the animals in their cages. Blinding, flashing lights. Music as mad as a March... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 14:12 • 5 views
Smokey Moment Smokey Moment's blog:
I love writing urban fiction and wonder what readers want to see in their urban fiction books. How much detail is too much detail or when is there not enough. I also wonder how readers feel about lengthy books. I personally don't like long books with huge word count unless it is a sci fi book wit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 14:12 • 6 views
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:46 • 8 views
Zita Harrison Zita Harrison's blog:
We would believe that we have command over destiny, spend our lives trying to carve out our desires. But sometimes the tide sweeps us in paths beyond the imagination. And we have no choice but to swim powerless towards the fog that awaits us, and to wonder why. This is the story of Eva. Stifled …... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 12:05 • 7 views
Alan Zacher Alan Zacher's blog:
I guess it's because Halloween is upon us, or something, but I've been getting a lot of hits on it. So, here it is:
This book is three "spooky" tales. The first one is of a burned-out, old, police detective who almost becomes a victim himself of a demon that whispers into its victim's ear of his/h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:42 • 7 views
Pamela Olivia Brown Pamela Olivia Brown's blog:
the seed of anger laid stagnant for decades because i was afraid to speak against the ignorance that bathed me in sludge. now that the waters have washed away the user's thick exterior long-awaited rage blossoms and fills the air with fire.
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:21 • 7 views
Michael          Jordan Michael Jordan's blog:
Stop No. 2 on Wednesday, October 17: http://lisahaseltonsreviewsandintervi...
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:20 • 4 views
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:
Sometimes in our busy lives we become so wrapped up within the pressures of life not to even ponder what constitutes us as thinking human beings. It may come as a surprise to know that all humans naturally poses not one brain but three specific brains AND each has a particular influence on our ev... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:04 • 69 views
Francis Mont Francis Mont's blog:
When I retired as a Physicist in 2014, I started my writing ‘career’ with a textbook on Physics, (“Humane Physics – No Student was Harmed in Writing this Book”) and that kept me busy for a year. I enjoyed the process of writing and publishing, but it was over and I had to try something else. Next... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 12:56 • 7 views
T.G.  Campbell T.G. Campbell's blog:
Please join me in congratulating Sabrina Poole on getting the part of Miss Rebecca Trent in the upcoming book trailer for The Case of The Curious Client (Bow Street Society Mystery 1). Her talent, enthusiasm and professionalism shone through in her audition and I'm very excited to be working with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 12:57 • 7 views
Abbie Zanders Abbie Zanders's blog:
A phrase we hear often is, “art imitates life", and I suppose that in many respects, that’s true. But does it work the other way around? Can life also be inspired by art?

The answer, at least for this author, is: you bet it can.

Take my newest release, for example. Seizing Mack: A Contemporary Lo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 12:29 • 8 views
Sally Brandle Sally Brandle's blog:
Posted on October 15, 2018 by Sally Brandle For photos, go to:
https://smpauthors.wordpress.com/2018...

There’s a sharp brain between those beautiful, velvety ears. I learned fun facts about miniature donkeys and full-sized mules in the last few weeks for my two upcoming books, Torn By Vengeance an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 12:10 • 7 views
Chris Wendel Chris Wendel's blog:
The Fate of Leaves
The Tony Mason character was introduced in THE WALLS - Becker Gray Story #3.
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THE FATE OF LEAVES - Released OCTOBER 12, 2018 - Story Summary:

After his family is murdered by a Mexican drug cartel, gun-for-hire Tony Mason finds himself in a desperate mission to find meaning and pur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 11:49 • 8 views
Cecily Wolfe Cecily Wolfe's blog:
Have you read my new Wattpad serial, The St. Cat's Chronicles? I just posted chapter two this morning, and will continue to post every Monday through the end of May.

If you've been reading, I'd love to know what you think!

https://www.wattpad.com/story/1639327...

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Published on October 15, 2018 11:45 • 7 views
Joanna Shupe Joanna Shupe's blog:
Christmas came early this year! How the Dukes Stole Christmas is here.

This holiday anthology includes original novellas from Tessa Dare, Sarah MacLean, Sophie Jordan, and me. 🐴 🎉🍾

Grab your copy today!
➡ Amazon - https://amzn.to/2wZjg7w

“A new holiday classic 
sure to be cherished for years to come...
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Published on October 15, 2018 11:39 • 9 views
J.B.  Richards J.B. Richards's blog:
Corvus (The Children Of Corvus #3) by L.E. Harrison

Hidden agendas come to fruition and dark emotions are at play in “Corvus (The Children Of Corvus Book 3)” by L.E. Harrison, but none are so shocking as what is revealed to both Cadie and Samuel as the former tries to resolve past issues and bring about a new future for himself and his tribe.

Shoc... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 11:36 • 14 views
Lauren Blakely Lauren Blakely's blog:





On sale for the very first time! TOUCHDOWN! MOST VALUABLE PLAYBOY is only $.99 for a limited time!








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Published on October 15, 2018 11:32 • 13 views
Amy H. Sturgis Amy H. Sturgis's blog:
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It’s time for me to praise another amazing podcast I discovered this year. I highly recommend the podcast Red Handed,
in which hosts Suruthi and Hannah, in their own words, “jump head first into all manner of macabre madness. We cover
everything from big time serial killers (and...

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Published on October 15, 2018 05:12 • 8 views
Rebecca Rosenberg Rebecca Rosenberg's blog:
HOUDINI HALLOWEEN COUNTDOWN
LIKE The Secret Life of Mrs. Londonon Facebook to follow.

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What was Bess and Harry Houdini’s tragic secret?They adored each other, affectionately calling each other Mr. Houdini and Mrs. Houdini. Harry wrote her hundreds of love lett... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 13:40 • 8 views
Robyn Carr Robyn Carr's blog:
Dear Readers,
You’ve asked and Netflix has answered! I am so thrilled to announce that my bestselling Virgin River book series is being made into a series on Netflix. Thank you so much my wonderful readers. Your love of Virgin River helped make this happen. You’ll meet some of your favorite Virgi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 15, 2018 11:28 • 50 views
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