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Anne Wan Anne Wan's blog:
Just 3 more days before the release of the final book in the 'Secrets of the Snow Globe' series. My latest book 'Menacing Magic' launches this Saturday at the IBM 60th Anniversary Celebration at Hursley park where I will be giving storytelling sessions and providing children's craft. The book is... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 22:27 • 14 views
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:
In minutes, there are cars full of volunteers at the farm, and as word spreads among the church and town members, many more are on their way to help her and the deputies look for him. He is quite savvy for his age; yet he is still a boy of only eight.

His aunt is increasingly frantic in her conce... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 21:40 • 9 views
Christopher D. Seifert Christopher D. Seifert's blog:
“It is not often that someone comes along who is a true friend and a good writer.” —E. B. White

Have I mentioned I have an evil twin? No? I do. Sort of. OK, I’m the evil one. Mike, on the other hand, is actually a pretty good guy.

I met Mike over a decade ago, and we soon discovered we have an awfu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 21:36 • 6 views
Chris Cade Chris Cade's blog:
Here's a hypothetical situation that I hope nobody ever has to experience...



Suppose a terrorist has taken you and your family hostage, and this terrorist says:
"You have two choices. Choice #1: Walk away from your family and I'll spare all your lives. The only catch is, you can never talk to them...
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Published on September 18, 2018 19:58 • 16 views
Ray Else Ray Else's blog:
I did make it to the Jericho Writers Festival (put together by the author Harry Bingham) in York, UK, Sep 7-9th and came away with some good insights to writing and the future of publishing.
The talk I enjoyed the most was by award winning adult and YA author Sarah Pinborough

Sarah Pinborough at Festival

She was an energetic,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 20:13 • 6 views
Melinda O'Donnell Melinda O'Donnell's blog:
Just a quick update this month:

- Still hoping to get Tale of the Witche released before the end of the year.

- I finally finished book 9! (although technically book 10, since I wrote an entire book back in May... but book 9 has been book 9 for so long, I've decided it's going to stay that way.) :)... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 19:49 • 6 views
L.M. Roth L.M. Roth's blog:
L.M. Roth The L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day is a quiz for those familiar with the books of L. M. Roth. If you are not familiar with the books of L. M. Roth, you’d better start cramming!

The answer to yesterday's quiz: it was Ursula who confessed that she never forgot her first love in Quest For the K... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 19:31 • 8 views
N.K. Vir N.K. Vir's blog:
My latest author interview just went live on a wonderful fantasy site: https://celthric.com/n-k-vir-and-the-...

Check it out to get more insights into The Screaming Stone! You just might also find a few new authors as well! Indie writing is a large/small community and as such it is important to s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 19:07 • 10 views
Susie Duncan Sexton Susie Duncan Sexton's blog:
description This world is giving some of us heart attacks for sure! Why? Because some of us have hearts most probably. And wow, this lack of communication and aloofness and failure to connect really can damage beating hearts.

Let me take a moment to address Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh and his accuser ..... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 19:00 • 547 views
Dawn Kopman Whidden Dawn Kopman Whidden's blog:
For those of you who love the Whitley and Keal series, here's something a bit different.
Harold Peabody and The Magic Glasses was written with the editor of my other books and I think the collaboration was a success.
It's for the younger set, but adults will love it too. It's a story about a young... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 18:57 • 9 views
Laura Holt Laura Holt's blog:
Fathoms Between
The Fathoms Between preorder campaign is here! Preorder your copy before Oct 2 and send a proof of purchase to holtlara2@gmail.com to get a bundle of divine prizes.
1. Free e-book of Fathoms Below +
2. Free e-book of Fathoms Above +
3. A Hades candle made by Novel Heartbeat Creation... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 18:51 • 8 views
Erik Dean Erik Dean's blog:
I wanted to let you know that your review for “Cruel and Unusual” was selected by our Indie Editors to be featured in Kirkus Reviews 9/15 Issue. Congratulations! The review appears as one of the 35 reviews in the Indie section of the magazine which is sent out to over 5,000 industry professionals... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 18:46 • 18 views
Allan Batchelder Allan Batchelder's blog:
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Published on September 18, 2018 18:20 • 7 views
Zoe Forward Zoe Forward's blog:


LOOK WHAT'S ON SALE THIS WEEK.


If you missed the first in Zoe's Scimitar Magi series, then here's your chance to grab it on sale.





CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR COPY


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Published on September 18, 2018 18:17 • 7 views
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:
HAPPY NEW BOOK BABY DAY!!!!

AUTHORS, congrats on your new releases this week!

READERS, click click and enjoy these new reads.

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Susan Stoker, Justice for Hope: https://amzn.to/2QGMFw3
Christine Gray, The Pervert, The Monster, and The Sex-Bot: ht... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 17:25 • 7 views
Rebecca Heipel Rebecca Heipel's blog:
i have found myself falling in love, again with japanese food. but more traditional japanese foods and not sushi or other westernized japanese foods. i have found several websites showing me how to fillet fish, cook a traditional breakfast and such
but this woman is great. i love her.

https://www.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 17:08 • 7 views
Tom Beattie Tom Beattie's blog:
I wrote my first book when I was ten.

There was only one handwritten copy, but thanks to my mom, it has survived. She kept it in her top dresser drawer, along with a photo of JFK, an envelope full of S&H Green Stamps, and every greeting card that anybody ever sent her. I found it recently whe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 17:02 • 9 views
Natalie Vellacott Natalie Vellacott's blog:
I have just moved to Oldham in Manchester and, as one person put it, become a “northerner”. I’ve moved here to help Oldham Bethel Church with their outreach, responding to a number of heartfelt pleas in the Pastor’s blog. Arriving, I found that several key people were away for the week so took th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 16:21 • 20 views
M. S. Nightingale M. S. Nightingale's blog:
Not a fan of formula books that are so obvious you can figure out the bad character in the first few chapters. It would not be fun for me as a writer to know myself what was going to happen ahead of time, like those readers who are compelled to read the last chapter first.

That's why I avoid the t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 16:37 • 8 views
Bruce W. Most Bruce W. Most's blog:
Haven’t read one of my Ruby Dark bail bond mysteries? Now’s your chance—for FREE! Bonded for Murder will be available at no cost from Amazon’s Kindle September 25-29.
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Published on September 18, 2018 16:00 • 7 views
Catherine Cerveny Catherine Cerveny's blog:
I should add my book giveaway for THE GAME OF LUCK is open to everyone in the whole world, no matter where you live - so long as I can mail the books there. I'm running it myself so I can do whatever I want. Go to my website and leave your mailing address in the "Contact" section and you're enter... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 15:40 • 6 views
Christina Hovland Christina Hovland's blog:
I'm so excited to announce that my book Going Down on One Knee is available for request on NetGalley!

Or bloggers/reviewers can request an early review copy by e-mailing my assistant Beth at admin@christinahovland.com. All review copies are distributed through BookFunnel and NetGalley.

Happy Readi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 15:26 • 9 views
Michael        Wright Michael Wright's blog:
My novel, A Balmy Breeze from Two Seas, is a multicultural romance that takes place in the very tropical Republic of Panama.

The novel's back cover reads as follows,

"As a balmy breeze from two seas caresses the Isthmus of Panama, U.S. Air Force meteorologist, Lieutenant Mark Warner, and Señorita... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 15:20 • 7 views
Mikayla M. Sabella Mikayla M. Sabella's blog:
Publishing my first book was a long and enlightening process for me, but I'm excited about it and looking forward to sharing my story with all of you. My hope is that if my story helps just one person navigate their own past traumas and discover peace within themselves it will have been worth eve... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:46 • 9 views
A.L. Burgess Jr. A.L. Burgess Jr.'s blog:
Kyle and Junkman trailed far behind the alien. Their system of traversing the interior of the craft consisted of one individual anchoring to a sturdy nearby structure while the other leapfrogged ahead, floating to a mooring point strong enough for the next leg of the journey. Their progress was s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:45 • 11 views
Sofia Ellis Sofia Ellis's blog:
Dear Goodreads Friends,

If you read my previous blog entry, you’ll know that I’m on vacation and that I was supposed to be taking a break from gadgets and the internet in order to focus on getting some work done on my fourth book. While I am making progress with my book, staying away from the inte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:44 • 7 views
Vic Cavalli Vic Cavalli's blog:
When I was a young man I worked in logging--falling and bucking trees marked for thinning in research forest areas. I remember one day it was raining heavily and overcast; then the sun started to break through and the sky became blue as the wind forced away the clouds. The sun came out fully. The... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:40 • 7 views
Benyakir B. Horowitz Benyakir B. Horowitz's blog:
It took me a long time to come to the conclusion that I’ve definitively become a grumpy old man. The revelation came when I was thinking about a conversation I had way back when, during my undergrad, almost a decade ago. I was talking about a movie I didn’t like, and my friend was legitimately su... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:25 • 23 views
T.E. Antonino T.E. Antonino's blog:
I was in Death valley recently and was talking to a pastor at a campground that sits at 8,100 ft., in elevation. The next day I was getting prepared to hike a 11,000 foot mountain called Telescope Peak. During my conversation with the pastor an idea for an inspirational romantic comedy came out o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:24 • 13 views
Joseph J. Miccolis Joseph J. Miccolis's blog:
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Published on September 18, 2018 14:18 • 10 views
Tina Saxon Tina Saxon's blog:
Blinding Echo is coming soon! Cover reveal is October 8th! This cover is everything!! I can’t wait to share it with you.

Genre: Romantic suspense/drama
Release date: November 26th

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Published on September 18, 2018 13:42 • 8 views
Rival Gates Rival Gates's blog:
Anvar brought him some water. “How is she?” he asked.
Linvin took a drink and returned the water skin to his uncle. “I really am not sure. I have seen more than my share of wounds on the battlefield but nothing like this. Her entire back side has been scathed. None of her ribs are out of place bu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 13:31 • 34 views
Alex M. Bright Alex M. Bright's blog:
It's difficult. Trying to collect your thoughts into something resembling a logical sequence which others can follow. More often than not, those thoughts are piled into a nonsensical mound of ideas which are pitched up like leaves in a slight breeze. Focusing is difficult. Finding motivation is d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 13:28 • 24 views
Marie Louise Andersson Marie Louise Andersson's blog:
My signed copy of Soulless by T.m. Frazier is at the postoffice. Yay! 💜❤😍So excited! I'm also looking forward the wolf bookmark from Katie Reus. ❤💜😍
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Published on September 18, 2018 13:16 • 22 views
Aiden James Aiden James's blog:
Greetings, my friends! :-)

As many of you know, the writing of Immortal Storm is under way, and I have finished the first draft of the Prologue. Since, as usual, I will be keeping much of the story close to the vest--and it will be action packed once things get rolling in the story, I have decided... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 12:57 • 13 views
Sharon Orlopp Sharon Orlopp's blog:
Very excited that Standing Up After Saigon was highlighted on television!

https://kmph.com/great-day/book-club/...
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Published on September 18, 2018 12:39 • 12 views
Wesley Britton Wesley Britton's blog:
Fear: Trump in the White House
Bob Woodward
Hardcover:448 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; 2nd edition (September 11, 2018)
ISBN-10:1501175513
ISBN-13:978-1501175510
https://www.amazon.com/Fear-Trump-Whi...


Reviewed by Dr. Wesley Britton

I’m pretty sure this was the first time I ever picked up a n... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 12:28 • 13 views
Laura     Miller Laura Miller's blog:
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Butterfly Weeds is my baby—my debut novel. It’s about high school sweethearts and country music and second chances! ❤🎵Find Will & Julia’s story and all my novels on Amazon! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 12:16 • 14 views
Ray Harvey Ray Harvey's blog:


Honore de Balzac (1799-1850) wrote eighty-five novels in twenty years and made innumerable corrections and revisions in the proof sheets of each. This opus he called La Comedie Humaine — or The Human Comedy. Concerning his countless revisions, his first publisher — one Henri Latouche — said, none... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 12:14 • 11 views
Myla Goldberg Myla Goldberg's blog:
I just finished Mother's Walk, by Lauren Weinstein, in issue 17 of Frontier, a quarterly comics monograph, and it's one of the smartest, funniest, most honest explorations of giving birth to a baby human that I've ever read.

http://www.youthindecline.com/product...

Lauren's also part of the excelle... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:53 • 14 views
Diogo Dantas Diogo Dantas's blog:
O ser humano é uma criatura medíocre, enfadonha e previsível. Deambulamos por qualquer cidade e observamos uma sociedade estratificada de forma muito básica e rude: ali moram os homens abastados com as suas mulheres bonitas, imersos em bens materiais e conforto; mais abaixo, pululam palhaços ames... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:27 • 14 views
Amy Kaufman Burk Amy Kaufman Burk's blog:
Hurricane Florence is a natural disaster. My home — Chapel Hill, NC — was originally forecast to be much more in the line of fire. But as we all know, hurricanes don’t follow the rules. In a thoughtless gesture, Florence turned first to the south, then followed a circuitous path north and west, s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:21 • 8 views
J.B.  Richards J.B. Richards's blog:
Kenneth's Queen (Women of the Dark Ages, #1) by Anna Chant

Heartache, loneliness, and dread follow Author Anna Chant’s Pictish heroine, Baena, as she is politically wed to a Scottish-Gaul lord, Cinaed—a husband she not only fears but one who forces her into a life of scorn and rejection even among her own people.

Chant has performed her historical resear... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:20 • 13 views
Katherine Harbour Katherine Harbour's blog:
All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater
All the Crooked Saints
Set in Colorado in the early sixties, this is the story of the Soria family. Its younger members--sixteen-year-old Joaquin, eighteen-year-old Beatrice, and nineteen-year-old Daniel--aspire to different things. But Daniel is a saint who can perform miracles.
The miracles ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:17 • 10 views
Tori Easter Tori Easter's blog:
In my 2016 book Max Lightning and the Divided Kingdom Matter, a big topic is about having an open mind. There seems to be different types of that and I want to specify what type it is.
In the book, a Englishman agent named Nigel Fairfax warns Max about the dangers of having an open mind. The purp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:14 • 6 views
Amanda J. Greene Amanda J. Greene's blog:
Blood is sacred.

When a nest of fledgling vampires arise in New Orleans and begin murdering indiscriminately, leaving their victim’s bodies strewn across the streets it doesn’t take long for the Under Realm Syndicate to respond. Oder and peace is priority among the Other Society and mortals must b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 11:12 • 10 views
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

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Hmm. What Church Should I Attend?

Which church is the right one…or the best one…or the funnest one…or the… Go ahead and add whatever your fancy is at the end of “or the”. That seems to be the common practice in this day and time.

But is that how God wants us to decide where to...

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Published on September 18, 2018 09:01 • 6 views
David Schwinghammer David Schwinghammer's blog:
WHITE CROSSES is set in the fifties; the title signifies crosses people put up on the side of the road at fatal car accidents; that may have been a Montana thing.

Sheriff Jack Nevelson is called to the scene of such an accident. The car missed a hairpin turn and two people were killed. They had bo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 10:58 • 16 views
H.E.  Johnson H.E. Johnson's blog:
Beavering away to establish my online presence. Over the past few weeks, I've set up on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. Have also reworked my habitats on Goodreads, Wattpad, YouTube and, of course, my Amazon Author Page. Lots of fun figuring out different size requirements for profile and cove... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2018 10:52 • 25 views
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