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Ted Bun Ted Bun's blog:

New Book

A NEW Ted Bun book,
the third "Crooke and Loch" story ...

Time has passed for Mick Crooke; time has taken its toll on the second most important thing in his life.

WPC Sam Loch finds herself painfully involved in the end results of an international crime gang.

Her best friend Julie has a new man, Gregg. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 08:54
Zee Angle Zee Angle's blog:

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Reason Rocks by Zee Angle SPECIAL OFFER!
Reason Rocks by Zee Angle

This inspirational short story is told in the voice of character Conrad Northgate, husband and father, in the aftermath of a family tragedy.

Reason Rocks
"An inspiring mini-read jam-packed with heart and soul!"
~Munchkin Flats Publishing


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Published on February 28, 2021 08:53
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day – Eupholus beetle (Papua New Guinea): https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4089/50...
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Published on February 28, 2021 08:49
Dan  Henk Dan Henk's blog:

Artist Interview with Ronda

Artist feature on our resident artist Ronda! https://youtu.be/6M_xcp8gBi0

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Published on February 28, 2021 08:39
Eve Koguce Eve Koguce's blog:

Book review / Choices by Nigama RV

Choices Choices by Nigama R.V.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


"Choices" written by Nigama RV is a deeply emotional story that would resonate with many women of all ages.

It resonated with me, since I could hear the voice of its main character, Evie, who was struggling with her dreams and feelings, trying to make Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 08:34
Sunshine Rodgers Sunshine Rodgers's blog:

Blue Flower. Feb. 28

I have this beautiful blue rose that rests in a bubble of water; it forever blooms and never dies. It sits by my bedside and I love my blue rose. Because it is in little water bubble, the rose blossom is magnified and highlighted and the stem seems nonexistent at the bottom.

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Published on February 28, 2021 08:32
Jason  Moser Jason Moser's blog:

Finished the Final Draft of Emerson Project

I've completed my final draft and timeline verification of Emerson Project, my fourth fiction story. Ready for editing. Also getting ready to design my cover. Exciting times.
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Published on February 28, 2021 08:28
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

a rainy start to the last day of the month...

 i think it rained just about all night long. that surely explains why i woke up in pain. of course, it always makes me laugh. 4 hours of sleep.1 drink before bed of mostly Jack Daniels and a little soda. blood sugar is fucking fantastic in the morning. that's the DNA of an alcoholic right there boy

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Published on February 28, 2021 08:23
Rebecca Crunden Rebecca Crunden's blog:

Indie Bites: an indie magazine currently taking submissions!

ATTENTION INDIE AUTHORS: This wonderful new magazine by Silver Sun Books is currently taking submissions for its second issue! I was so happy to have my story in the first issue and I can’t wait to see what other stories come out of this! Check it out here.

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Published on February 28, 2021 08:14
Marcus V. Calvert Marcus V. Calvert's blog:

Batchery Daily Prompt - 02/28/21

You’re on a quest to re-assemble a mystical artifact through which anyone could control the world.

https://www.talesunlimited.net/blog/b...
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Published on February 28, 2021 08:02
Ann Armbrecht Ann Armbrecht's blog:

Ethnobotany as Reciprocity

Uplifting the Botanical Industry

by Ann Armbrecht

In the American Botanical Council’s Sustainable Herbs Program Ethnobotany Webinar Series, I have been speaking with leading ethnobotanists about their work and especially about what they have learned about the ways culture shapes a community’s inte

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Published on February 10, 2021 17:24
Jonathan Pongratz Jonathan Pongratz's blog:

February Recap - My First Monthly Video!

Hi Bookworms,

Every month on my blog I do a recap of my writing, reading, and personal little tidbits.

After recording some videos for Reaper: Aftermath, it disturbed me how uncomfortable I was with being in front of a camera, so this is my effort to remedy that with practice and time.

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Published on February 28, 2021 07:51
Aubrey Elle Aubrey Elle's blog:

Tulips are coming!

Who's ready for Madis's next case?
Tumultuous Times to Tulips comes March 2nd!
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Published on February 28, 2021 07:50
Dayna Ward Dayna Ward's blog:

Overdue Update

First, I must apologize. I intended to update this blog at least twice monthly, but I live in Texas, and well, everyone knows about that long freeze we had during the week of February 14th. On Thursday, the 11th, there was a pileup of over 130 vehicles in Fort Worth

Continue reading...Overdue Upda

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Published on February 28, 2021 05:47
Samantha L. Hill Samantha L. Hill's blog:

Can you say Hippocrocodogapig?

Hi have had some fun listening to people try to say Hippocrocodogapig. Take a look at some of the video clips at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Objh1...
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Published on February 28, 2021 07:37
Maggie Thom Maggie Thom's blog:

New Book - Fostered Identity - coming soon

I have been working on a new book - Fostered Identity - and a new series - The Twisted Deception Suspense/Thriller/Mystery Series.

I got it back from the editor. Some things she caught surprised me while other made me laugh. In part, I have a character saying, "I'm sorry." My editor asked me why. Whe Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 07:29
Jamie Blevins Jamie Blevins's blog:

Daily Meditations of a Nurse Warrior

Life's challenges, today, are no different than during the days of Christ. Like us, Lamentations reveals the times of having "downcast souls" (see 3:20) and dealing with destruction, which caused "bitterness and gall" (see 3:19), but never losing hope. Through these difficulties, we are reminded tha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 07:13
Robert Stadnik Robert Stadnik's blog:

Leprecon 47

I've been busy working on the relaunch of the Exodus starship adventure series, which is rapidly approaching. Also, will be giving some more details on the latest novel in the Exodus Universe that will be released in conjunction with the Exodus Series relaunch.

In March, I'll be participating in Lepr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 07:11
Reni Stankova Reni Stankova's blog:

How to Write a Strong Female Character

There’s been a lot of talk about what makes a strong female character in a story. If you’re like me, then you’ve overanalyzed your heroines too. Because we know of all the bad examples and would prefer to not be one of them. So in this article, I’m going to explain how to write a […]
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Published on July 05, 2020 22:00
Daniel    Orr Daniel Orr's blog:

February 28, 1974 – Ethiopian Civil War: Prime Minister Aklilu Habte-Wold steps down

In January 1974, in what became the first of a series ofdecisive events, soldiers stationed at Negele, Sidamo Province, mutinied inprotest of low wages and other poor conditions; in the following days, militaryunits in other locations mutinied as well. In February 1974, as a result of rising inflati

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Published on February 28, 2021 01:10
Douglas Lumsden Douglas Lumsden's blog:

One Star

I received my first ever one-star review the other day, and I couldn’t be prouder! The reviewer said that the book (A Troll Walks into a Bar) had “Too many f’s” but was “otherwise interesting”! I’m thinking of putting that review on the book cover! I mean, the reviewer was offended by certain langua Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 06:55
Bernard Jan Bernard Jan's blog:

Cruel Summer eBook Launch Day on Amazon!

All I wanted to do is to publish this book. But I had other books plans before that one.

After many years of preparations, testing, trial and error, waiting and burning excitement, Cruel Summer launch day is here, and the eBook is available at Amazon marketplaces!

Cruel Summer is a gripping, unexpecte Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 06:49
B.P. Learner B.P. Learner's blog:

No, I’ll just stay here, with myself, lonesome but resigned to a...



No, I’ll just stay here, with myself,
lonesome but resigned
to a life of solitude,
undisturbed, indistinguishable from
a thousand others in solitary rooms,
in dark places of the mind,
in introspective daydreams.

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Published on February 27, 2021 21:27
Chaiene Santos Chaiene Santos's blog:

#1 #Cyberpunk #Wattpad em Português

Leia também #OsFilhosDoTempo do autor Chaiene Santos disponível na Amazon em e-book e impressa, também em espanhol e inglês.

Um jovem estudante inseguro com grande poder de imunidade tenta salvar uma menina portadora de um vírus letal em um planeta distante. Uma garota alienígena se apaixona por el

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Published on February 27, 2021 14:55
Geoff Lew Geoff Lew's blog:

Looking for the hidden truths

The fish and the eel

There was once a man who wanted to transport the fish that he caught from the deep sea to shore to sell. Unfortunately, back in ancient China, boats were slow and their speed kind of relied on how fast he could row. By the time he got back to shore with his haul, the fish wer

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Published on February 27, 2021 18:11
M. Ravenel M. Ravenel's blog:

Counting Down the Days!

I can’t believe it. Only 9 more days until The Arrangement releases! I’ve been getting some great feedback from reviewers. I also have four paperback pre-orders! I am floored. Release Day can’t come quick enough! Made more progress on the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 21:00
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