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Ishi Nobu Ishi Nobu's blog:

Tight Housing

Oligopoly is the natural state of a mature capitalist market. That state was attained by American home builders after the Great Recession of 2008, in the wake of the crunch caused by a housing financial free-for-all that went into free-fall.
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Published on October 19, 2019 23:40
Mary Catelli Mary Catelli's blog:

twist and turn

And here I thought juggling three separate plot lines was hard --

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Published on October 20, 2019 19:04
Pupola Pupola's blog:

Ghost Hand by Pupola

(spooky spelling and grammar included)

Jannie Arpy's hands were fine at the moment. They were not fine on Halloween night at the clock chimes of 6pm when the night fell earlier. She just put the candy bowl down on a side table by her front door. Her left hand shook violently. What was... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 19:32
Sherry  Perkins Sherry Perkins's blog:

Don't Rush to Publish

Don’t rush to publish. As an author, you hear it all the time. Except when you have a story you feel bound to tell, it’s hard—if not downright impossible—to heed such good advice, especially when your enthusiasm is running rampant. But it’s a truism that bears repeating: don’t rush to publish.

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Published on October 20, 2019 19:31
June Ahern June Ahern's blog:

PSYCHIC INFO: HOW DO YOU DO IT?

READINGS OR SPIIRT COMMUNICATIONHOW DO YOU RECEIVE YOUR PSYCHIC INFORMATION? 
I'm often asked how do you get my psychic information? 

Here's a reading and example of how I give messages from spirits from the dead

A Youtube video:
https://youtu.be/8a0qtJrcYgI

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Published on October 20, 2019 19:13
Mechelle Morrison Mechelle Morrison's blog:

In a world where I talk about why dinosaurs freak me out

I know. Dinosaurs are a thing of the past; they WAY BACK past, like, so far back our puny human brains can't grasp the time span. And since we're on the subject, I think I can say with confidence that because dinosaur existence is so distant as to leave only fossilized bones to tell their stories... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 19:12
Bernie Morris Bernie Morris's blog:

Mysteria

Free to enter this prize giveaway to win one of 3 copies of Mysteria by David Hayes.
All you have to do is put your email address or phone number on the contact form on my website http://www.bronwynbooks.co.uk/contact...
Or you can message me on 07941 037888 or Facebook.
Only then will we contact the winners to get your pos... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 19:04
Jacie Middlemann Jacie Middlemann's blog:

Learning curve

The learning curve we all share...Life.
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Published on October 20, 2019 18:50
Joseph F. Benedetto Joseph F. Benedetto's blog:

Fingers?

Well, the burns on my right-hand fingers are healing/scarring up, so I can type again.

On the flip side, I have garnered a "rejection" of sorts regarding AGCM, the first novel in The Forgotten Battles trilogy. I say "of sorts" because ... and I am certain it is through no fault of my own ...... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 18:18
Sunny Alexander Sunny Alexander's blog:

A quote from The Girls

Sunny Alexander
The Girls

It was Char’s mysterious smile that continued to grab at Em’s heart. The smile filled with secrets—funny secrets meant to surprise, sad secrets about a past h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 18:17
Sally Jo Pitts Sally Jo Pitts's blog:

Novels and Food

This month my food used in novels investigation took me to Susan May Warren’s Nothing but Trouble book.



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PJ Sugar is an interesting, hilarious and thought-provoking character that attracts all kinds of trouble. In the story she is craving pizza—   “like some Pavlovian conditioning she needs a deep-dish peppero...

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Published on October 16, 2019 14:30
M.F. Hopkins M.F. Hopkins's blog:

Playing catch up.

Spent the day reading a ton of Medium articles and short stories that I had on the back-burner for over two months. I was able to do this, once I decided on renewing for another year.

Now...on to my writing. As I have a whole week off from work (unpaid, as I'm a 10-month employee at my job, and nee... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 18:12
LaTorre Mays LaTorre Mays's blog:

Status report: Did he, or didn’t he?That was the central...



Status report: Did he, or didn’t he?


That was the central theme in DARKENED TABULA. Daniel’s arc. It had all moved forward to the moment. The moment when he started to get good flashes of memory to events that occurred in DARKENED SOUL (BOOK 1 in my THE DARKENED series). 


I had been deep into my rewriting of the se...series). 

Ihe?

That

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Published on October 20, 2019 17:42
Edward Trimnell Edward Trimnell's blog:

New short story collection: FREE in Kindle Unlimited

Available FREE for subscribers of Amazon Kindle Unlimited:

($2.99 for non Kindle Unlimited subscribers)

'I Know George Washington: and other stories: five dark tales'

Five dark tales of crime, supernatural horror, and suspense…

In Tennessee, a father an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 17:40
Beth Gualda Beth Gualda's blog:

Oh Hey There

While I was on my computer changing the address on my driver's license, I thought I might as well get a blog update in before I pack away my computer. We are moving officially this coming Friday and my computer is one of the last things I'm packing. All the painting and repairs and new floors hav... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 17:38
Marta Querol Marta Querol's blog:

Y parecía otra cosa. Historias de editoriales VII

Centurione pasó a la historia y, con gran dolor, pensé que mi novela y yo también. Sin embargo, no fue así. Durante ese camino me había cruzado con la escritora Antonia J. Corrales. Nos conocimos durante una pequeña batalla virtual entre brochetas y pinchos morunos ―la habían enviado a la cocina... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 17:32
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:

Book appearance went well

My library appearance went well. Isn't that pretty redundant given the title of this post? Well, usually I get so few people I don't bother to post a followup, but this was good; nice crowd reaction, solid attendance, good sales. Personally I thought my talking about spooky ghost stories of NE Oh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 17:23
Marion  Tucker Marion Tucker's blog:

The story behind my first novella, 'Immortal door'

The 'Immortal door' was my first novella. I began writing it aged 21 when I was in my first year of my Anthropology studies at university. (Undergraduate degree).

I remember how aged 15 I had loved my GCSE English classes so much. I had asked the teacher how to write a novel and he had... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 17:20
Camille Eide Camille Eide's blog:

Preview: Wings Like a Dove


Just wanted to share this little snippet of the Wings Like a Dove endorsement from award-winning author, Melanie Dobson. Check out Melanie's newest book HERE.

Thank you, Melanie!

-Camille Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 16:52
April Hunt April Hunt's blog:

Publisher's Weekly STARRED Review!

Hey there, everybody!

I'm super, super excited to share that Lethal Redemption (book 2 in the Steele Ops series) received high praise from Publisher's Weekly and was honored with a STARRED REVIEW.

*cue freak out*

I really love Cade & Grace's story as they stru... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 16:54
Lisa Mancini Lisa Mancini's blog:

My So Called Middle Aged Life

Hi everyone. Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I've been super busy. In my spare time I write my mystery series. I'm more than half way done with Book 4 and hope to release next June. My series is doing very well, thank you. My real job, my non-writing job takes a lot of my time. 40 hours a week... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2019 16:40
Joseph Delmari Joseph Delmari's blog:

So Many Resources! - 10/3/19

I've been doing a lot of research lately about stuff. You know, marketing, networking, social media and all that. Man, it's a LOT. Crazy out there. There are so many resources available for a price and so many for free. I like the free ones. Who doesn't? Who doesn't like anything for free? I like... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 08, 2019 20:01
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