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Peter Staadecker Peter Staadecker's blog:

It never rains but it pours

It never rains but it pours. And no, that's not, as a Terry Pratchett character once guessed, a tea pot.

In March the talented Camilla Downs blogged an author interview with me (see previous blog post). Now I'm the subject of a video interview. No further comment needed from me, since it's all her... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 16:51
Hap Wilson Hap Wilson's blog:

Dance of the Deadmen

Announcing a new historical novel that I've been working on for the past decade, finally coming to fruition. Dance of the Deadmen follows the tragic story of John Hornby who along with his 19 year-old cousin Edgar and another young fellow by the name of Harold, attempted to winter over in the sub... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 16:38
Barry C. Cunningham Barry C. Cunningham's blog:

Antigravity Drive - The Book in Bits - Day 8

Day 369 4th June 2017

As soon as Jane took Tom off to his Sunday League football, I popped out to the garage.
I'd had a thought in the evening as to how unbelievably lucky I had been. I had been thinking about the window and how it materialised "in it" and realised how incredibly fortunate it wa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 16:11
N.S. Scholl N.S. Scholl's blog:

Free on Kindle

I hope you, your families, and your loved ones are safe during these difficult times.

All three books of the Ardenti Terra Series are free on Kindle from April 6th to 10th.

You can find the link to amazon through my webpage:

nsscholl.com
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Published on April 05, 2020 15:55
Christina   Thompson Christina Thompson's blog:

Sneak Peek into Dearest Mother and Dadd



Matt Connor from The Chemical Attraction Series has been through the emotional ringer. I recently added to his distress. Luckily, he has his wife, Eva, and his son, David, to help him. Heres an excerpt from my newest novel, Dearest Mother and Dad. Its a standalone piece of historical fiction abou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 15:21
Phillip Crawford Jr. Phillip Crawford Jr.'s blog:

Racial Tension Is Backdrop Of "The Sopranos" Movie Prequel

The upcoming "The Sopranos" prequel film "begins in 1967 with the backdrop of the race riots that tore through Newark, New Jersey," and actor Alessandro Nivola who plays Dickie Moltisanti -- a central character and father of Christopher Moltisanti -- "said racial tension is 'a big part of the sto... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 14:46
Shanna Star Shanna Star's blog:

3.31.2020

3.31.2020
Back in California and I feel more out of place than I felt after moving to Houston, more out of place than I felt in a country on the other side of the world, the most out of place with the people I should be the closest to.
When people pray to god for help, I show up. I am here to help... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 14:33
Virginia  Barlow Virginia Barlow's blog:

Sunday Thoughts

I went to Walmart today and joined the line outside, Every six feet there was a green tape line so you knew how far back to stand. The grocery shelves are getting better. Some are still empty and barren. I wonder how long we can do this. I don't know about y'all, but I want to got to the beach an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 14:25
K. Exum K. Exum's blog:

Quote Of The Month: April

The post Quote Of The Month: April appeared first on Pieces Of K Blog.

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Published on April 05, 2020 02:00
Catherine Lundoff Catherine Lundoff's blog:

Queen of Swords Press events

At least for a bit. So A.J. Fitzwater was hoping to a short book tour of the U.S. to promote Cinrak and their other upcoming title, No Mans Land, in May, but you probably already know how thats turning out. So instead, we have a bunch of fun online stuff going on this month and next to celebrate!... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 14:09
J.M. Van Horn J.M. Van Horn's blog:

April 2020

Well, March sure was an interesting month.

This is probably one of the biggest understatements of the year.

I would like to have said it was super productive but my time and energy was focused elsewhere. Which is probably the same for everyone else. I was lucky enough to have the ability to work fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 14:00
T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

5. Re-Active Wrath

NSFW (Not Safe For Work), 18+, mature content, sexually explicit






A volatile volcano, a blindfold, and a latte! Intrigued?





In chapter 25 of book 2, Pride and the Stranger, Emilia explains a bit more about the volcano inside her. Should it be allowed to erupt, Emilia can cause intense destructi...

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Published on April 05, 2020 13:00
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Civil Rights Events -- Meredith March against Fear -- Completion, Assessment

Access this map to follow the direction of the Meredith March. https://www.crmvet.org/docs/mmm_map.htm


On Saturday, June 25, freedom marchers from all over the nation begin arriving at Tougaloo College for Sunday's final leg to the Capitol building. Tougaloo is a small private school founded after... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:58
Melanie Nilles Melanie Nilles's blog:

cover reveal -- REMNANTS

I've reached 38K words on REMNANTS, or very nearly done with the first draft. I've been writing at a good pace for the last two weeks, between 500-1000 words/day. At this rate, I should be done by Easter. I've selected the cover image for it and made a slight modification to the original, as I di... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:50
Sean Patrick Little Sean Patrick Little's blog:

Hello, friends. I hope you're all avoiding the 'Rona and staying safe. Having written three books about a viral pandemi...

Hello, friends. I hope you're all avoiding the 'Rona and staying safe. Having written three books about a viral pandemic, it's been something of a trip the past month. I can honestly say that I've gotten more emails in the past month than I have over the course of my entire writing career before... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 04, 2020 18:19
Emma Holly Emma Holly's blog:

Vampire Giveaway

I'm giving away the print version of my 1930s-set romantic vampire trilogy, KISSING MIDNIGHT, BREAKING MIDNIGHT, SAVING MIDNIGHT. If interested, send an address where you can receive a package to emmaholly**@**comcast.net - minus the asterisks. (US only, please)

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Published on April 05, 2020 13:49
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

The ONLY thing we can control is our thoughts and attitudes and we always get to choose and adjust them! What thoughts and attitudes are dominating your life? Fear, lack, anxiety OR Gratitude, Love, Faith and Hope?*****A healthy attitude is contagious but dont wait to catch it from others. Be a c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:10
James    Evans James Evans's blog:

A new biography

I have rewritten the biography - partly to assume the more 'professional' and expected third person, and partly to iterate that 'Religion Without a God' is not intended as a defence of the Right but an exposition of the Left: these are not the same things, authoritarianism arises from various set... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:36
أحمد فؤاد أحمد فؤاد's blog:

حوار مع الكاتبة بُثينة العيسى



حوار عن الأدب والكتابة والرقابة على كُتب الأطفال... وأشياء أخرى.
منذ فترة طويلة وأنا أرغب في إجراء سلسلة حوارات مع بعض الأدباء والمثقفين حول العالم سواء العالم العربي أو الغربي. يدفعني إلى ذلك فضول عظيم لمعرفة الإجابة عن أسئلة كثيرة تدور في ذهني عن كل كاتب. لم يكن فضولي يتعلّق بأسئلة تتعلّق بكُت... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 11:59
Michael    Connolly Michael Connolly's blog:

The powerful influence of teachers

Teachers can have a powerful influence on the lives of young people even difficult young people from dysfunctional homes. In ...but few are chosen: A Different Path to Coming of Age published by Vandamere Press (see attached), you will see how caring teachers transformed the lives of three teena... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:13
Pretty Simple Pretty Simple's blog:

Kindle True Perspective by Pretty Simple

Kindle. I never thought I would ever write or say the words "my book is on Kindle". I am grateful to have an awesome publisher. I have found 22 web sites on 5 continents that sell it now and I am taken back and humbled by the response in such a short amount of time. From my humble heart thank you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:07
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Երբեմն, ԱՄԵՆը ընկալվում է ամբողջական՝ հասցնելով խելագարվե...

Երբեմն, ԱՄԵՆը ընկալվում է ամբողջական հասցնելով խելագարվելու եզրին, և եթե պրոցեսը տևի ակնթարթից ավելի, անդինի սահմանագիծն անդառնալի կհատվի, ու ես չգիտեմ ավելի շատ վախենում եմ դրանից, թե տենչում եմ դա, իսկ ավելի ճիշտ վախենում եմ, որ դեռ տենչում եմ ...

© ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ


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Published on April 05, 2020 12:30
E.A. Carter E.A. Carter's blog:

Where Love is Transcendent

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As a writer, the passion of love fascinates me, consumes me, and drives me to craft ever more complex stories of the breathtaking places our hearts can take us. Stories of war, of enemies, of boundaries, of journeys into the unknown which transcend the barriers of space and time.

While s...

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Published on April 05, 2020 12:58
K.B. Pellegrino K.B. Pellegrino's blog:

Sinners to Saints

I'm currently reading "The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton". I have always felt compelled to understand the journeys of others. In this biography of Thomas Merton, the author of "The Seven Storey Mountain, I am able to look at an American life riding the roller coaster of faith. Merton helps me... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 13:02
Ankush Agarwal Ankush Agarwal's blog:

A Humming Bird and a Lily

Day5: Twenty little poetry projects
Okay, so Day 5 challenge looks to be most difficult and most fun. While you can read the details on the NaPoWriMo blogs, here is quick summary of what I need to do:


Begin the poem with a metaphor.
Say something specific but utterly preposterous.
Use at least one im... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 12:55
Claire Fullerton Claire Fullerton's blog:

Hope

One of the gifts of living by the ocean is the view is ever-changing. I have a particular relationship with this constant inconstancy. I am grounded in a reality that fluctuates from no will of mine and it humbles me to bear witness to a majesty I know is endless.
I can literally see the curvature... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 12:32
Jaycee Avalon Jaycee Avalon's blog:

Regarding the Heart

The human heart is a very funny looking, hollow in its essence, organ with valves, arteries and veins which gives it a creepy look. That it beats to the rhythm of our emotions gives it credibility that it might just be the symbol of love and romance amongst other symbols.

A man without emotions, w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 12:20
Christopher  Keating Christopher Keating's blog:

On The Beach

On the Beach On the Beach by Nevil Shute

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


A family member suggested this book as something to read during the CV19 pandemic while I was isolated at home. I had seen the movie and knew the story and thought it might be fun. It wasn't. In fact, it was a bad idea. And, that speaks to how w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 05, 2020 12:13
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