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Lois McMaster Bujold Lois McMaster Bujold's blog:
If anyone wants more food for thought on the tetralogy, I was just reminded of this older essay --

https://bracketyjack.livejournal.com/...

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Published on January 21, 2019 10:56 • 5 views
J.B.  Richards J.B. Richards's blog:
The Voyage of the Entdecker Book One of the Archipelago Series by B.A. Simmons

What happens when a group of teens finds a mysterious boat abandoned and drifting near their sheltered island? Follow Rob, his brother, and a small group of their friends and find out as they leave the protection of their isolated community and sail off into a world teeming with wonder, but frau... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 10:56 • 4 views
A.G. Howard A.G. Howard's blog:
Thanks to everyone who took part in my Stain pinterest board reveal & giveaway! Below are the winners chosen by rafflecopter (check your inboxes…you should receive an email from me today). There were winners in the US, Brazil, and Canada. So grateful for everyone's help in getting the word ou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 10:39 • 1 view
John Polis John Polis's blog:
WE CAN BE EXTREMELY BLESSED BECAUSE OF GOD'S GRACE...BUT NEVER BECOME MATURE CHRISTIANS...

Step two in your Christian walk, after faith, is obedience. We are saved by grace through faith (Ephesians 2:8-9); we start out with faith and learn to receive “God’s Riches At Christ’s Expense” (GRACE). Tha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 10:31 • 5 views
Elani Roman Elani Roman's blog:

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Published on January 21, 2019 10:20 • 4 views
Mark Laporta Mark Laporta's blog:
Short Fiction for Sci-fi Fans

For a quick hit of alien intrigue, adventure and the odd bit of romance, stop by Heart of Earth: the Science Fiction Website every week.

The latest series features a cosmic entity whose interest in the fate of humanity is just as mysterious as its origins. What does T... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 10:11 • 5 views
Shannon Guymon Shannon Guymon's blog:
     So my friends, as you know, I've been writing my newest book, based in Belfast, Maine.  I finished up my Fircrest series with Accidentally in Love, Kam's Story, and so needed to find a new town to turn upside down with love, drama and a little craziness.  You're asking - why Belfast, Maine... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:08 • 5 views
Mick  Brady Mick Brady's blog:
No. 1 - January 20, 2019

This is the first installment of my newsletter, "Out of the Woods: One Novelist's Mysterious Journey to Being Found." To travel along with me on my road to discovery, please send an email to thedarkesteyes.mb@gmail.com with 'subscribe' in the subject line.

I'm going to brea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 09:29 • 6 views
Bernard Jan Bernard Jan's blog:
What If It's UsWhat If It's Us by Becky Albertalli

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


OMG

I need to pull myself together first. This book is a bomb, and it blasted me in all directions! Bursting with emotions, it kept me glued to its pages, feeding my new addiction.

Honestly, I don't remember when one book made me want to i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 09:21 • 5 views
Caleb   Smith Caleb Smith's blog:
Who are we if we don't hold ourselves accountable for our own action’s
A society if ill demeanor
Stagnant to grow
From King to Pauper
An evolution of moon walkers
Ingested in the bowels of ill will
Free from progression
Intellectual animals taught to be cunning
Prideful smiles cover our unjust endeavors... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 09:17 • 7 views
Beth Childress Beth Childress's blog:
Sometimes you get so caught up in your own mess that you need to hear an empathetic voice whispering, "I know this life sucks, but it sucks for others too -- come and see." Through a coarse, raw, unfiltered style that is framed by a whimsically comical voice, Lamott has a way of verifying that yo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 09:13 • 7 views
Hanna Dare Hanna Dare's blog:

The Sing Out box set is on sale for 99 cents for this week only! Warm up your winter reading with some gay romance! 

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Follow Conor as he travels from his small town to Hollywood and back again, trying to find love, find fame, and find his voice in this heartfe...

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Published on January 21, 2019 09:01 • 5 views
Priscilla Thomas Priscilla Thomas's blog:
I’ve been spending time on Writer Twitter to connect with more authors. Are you tweeting about writing or reading? I want to follow you!

I spent the weekend with my family-in-law in chilly Florida, where at least the temps are in double digits. My bro-in-law has just started to read Gathering and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 09:00 • 13 views
Rich Garon Rich Garon's blog:
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:46 • 4 views
Mike Seigler Mike Seigler's blog:
Finally published. Available on Amazon. Will publish to other outlets soon.
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:37 • 16 views
Patricia A. Rasey Patricia A. Rasey's blog:
COVER REVEAL for USA Today's bestselling author, Patricia A. Rasey's, sizzling paranormal romance, WOLF!!

Returning home is for her protection, staying isn't an option. Caitlyn's high profile lifestyle has the power to expose him. Wolf can't let her know the truth. He's not the man she used to lov... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:26 • 6 views
Samantha Duncan Samantha Duncan's blog:
You can finally read some of my remix poems from last year's THE POEMING project, thanks to FIVE:2:ONE. I had a lot of fun writing these zombie/journalism/politics poems, using Mira Grant's novel, FEED, as a source text.
Check out my weird remix babies here, and super thanks to Nathan Alan Schwart... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:18 • 5 views
Mia Masterson Mia Masterson's blog:
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The ruthless, greedy Ballard Stone sends his nephews to set up a timber camp in the Tennessee wilderness. Upon arrival, they are confronted by Raven Shadows. The witch calls the lonely, difficult to access forest her home. No man has stood in the shadows of that old growth forest in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 08:12 • 5 views
Katrina  Rose Katrina Rose's blog:
Brie McGirr Proofreading rated 5 stars it was amazing!

Connects is a wonderful read! I couldn't put it down. It was such a beautiful mixture of mystery and charm!
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Published on January 21, 2019 07:59 • 18 views
Rachel  Thomas Rachel Thomas's blog:
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Published on January 21, 2019 07:47 • 4 views
Chris Enss Chris Enss's blog:
Enter to win a copy of More Tales Behind the Tombstones: More Deaths and Burials of the Old West's Most Nefarious Outlaws, Notorious Women, and Celebrated Lawmen


“[Seth Bullock is a] splendid-looking fellow with his size and subtle strength, his strongly marked, aquiline face with his big mustache... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 07:13 • 5 views
K. Carothers K. Carothers's blog:
I've generally gotten excellent reviews on An Eternity in a Moment, but a few people have felt that the love scenes were unnecessary, that in a book where God and spirituality are discussed, it's somewhat of an affront to include steamy love scenes. But in my opinion spirituality and sexuality ar... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:48 • 6 views
Chris L. Adams Chris L. Adams's blog:
In remembrance of his birthday, I was asked to write an article on collecting A. Merritt.

I've collected Merritt for years - actually, my current collection is my second collection of him; my first was destroyed in a house fire.

To make it visually appealing, I took a boat load of photos of my Mer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:38 • 10 views
James D. Sanderson James D. Sanderson's blog:
“The minute you conquer the fear of death, at that moment you are free. I submit to you that if a man hasn’t discovered something that he will die for, he isn’t fit to live.”
- Martin Luther King Jr.

As a young pastor stepping into the pulpit of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery Alabama,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:32 • 5 views
Dan Groat Dan Groat's blog:
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:30 • 6 views
Holly Willow Holly Willow's blog:
Dear Friends, Fellow Readers, and Writers,

Books have the power to move people. They can make you laugh and cry. They can inspire you. And they can whisk you away to places you’ve never been. That’s what I love about books and it’s also why I write.

When I started writing, I wanted to create storie... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:20 • 12 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
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Published on January 21, 2019 06:13 • 14 views
David Jesson David Jesson's blog:
Time flies, so they say, when you are having fun.  There are some scientific explanations for this – which I’m not going to go into here.  Suffice it to say that I can’t believe that it is two years since I suggested that you could use the principles of roleplay games to help you develop … Contin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 20, 2019 14:13 • 5 views
Elena Ferrutxe Fernández Elena Ferrutxe Fernández's blog:
¡Hola!
Querid@s lectores, ya tenéis disponible en ebook y en tapa blanda la segunda parte de Criaturas de la Noche, 'Luna eterna'.

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Published on December 04, 2018 07:08 • 4 views
Esther Rabbit Esther Rabbit's blog:

Gerarld Shaw specializes in editing fiction and non-fiction books, covering many genres including adventure, thrillers, sci-fi/fantasy, memoirs, science, and history. He also edits ESL authors who are great writers but just need assistance with a new language. As an author, ghostwriter, copywrite...

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Published on January 21, 2019 00:20 • 5 views
Bronwyn Green Bronwyn Green's blog:
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This month’s flash fic was inspired by Counting Crows “God of Ocean Tides”. Here are the lyrics and the video if you’d like to check them out.





I don’t know why I agreed to this trip. I don’t know what I thought would be different here. Other than the weather. Maybe I thought that wou...

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Published on January 21, 2019 06:00 • 7 views
Anabel Samani Anabel Samani's blog:

Clarissa es una autora independiente que debuta con esta su primera novela, aunque nadie lo diría, ni por la compleja historia ni por la limpia y cuidada narración. Chestnut Peak, ha sido una gran lectura en la cual hallé -tal y como promete su título- luces y sombras.


Todo comienza cuando nos ade...

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Published on January 21, 2019 01:10 • 5 views
Ludo Stellingwerff Ludo Stellingwerff's blog:

An important part of the general vibe of a book is formed by the chosen point of view. And in the case of the Taggart Advanced Drive Technologies series, I've chosen for a bit of a non-standard approach: The books are all written (except for the first one, I really should rewrite Mercury's Child!... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 04:01 • 27 views
Elle Lewis Elle Lewis's blog:

Ayala
by Elle Lewis


“Line up!” growled Corbyn.
Ayala got in line beside the other women. Some of them were already trembling. Ayala could hear soft whimpers, breath catching in fearful hiccups. Ayala squared her shoulders and raised her chin. She recently turned seventeen, which now qualified her... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 20, 2019 17:20 • 2 views
Anna Newton Anna Newton's blog:
Our Travel Plans for 2019 & How To Find Time To Take Off If You’re a Freelancer

OH HELLO NEW CATEGORY! You seen it? Look up at the top right of the page if you’re on desktop, or on the pop-out menu if you click on the top right corner of your mobile browser and there’s a brand new category for you to peruse all about travel. R.I.P fitness category! Fitness posts […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 01:00 • 26 views
Smitha Murthy Smitha Murthy's blog:
It has been with much bemusement that I watched the travails of India’s cricketing duo of Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul. The furor over their deservedly misogynistic statements set me thinking about a time almost two years ago when a guy I had never met stalked my social profiles and incessantly har... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 20, 2019 21:12 • 6 views
J. Zachary Pike J. Zachary Pike's blog:

Image of a wolf howling. The text reads Arth's Pantheon: Beasts. Animals, Wilderness, the Hunt


This is part of a series on Arth’s Pantheon. Twice a month we’re taking a look at life on Arth and the gods that shape it. If you’re new to the series, get started with an overview. This post looks at the gods of the realm of beasts.


The races of Man and their descendants are a minority on Arth...

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Published on January 21, 2019 04:00 • 6 views
Lexicolors Writers Lexicolors Writers's blog:
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«… Γιατί μου λες να επιλέγω τι μαθαίνω;

… κι όταν, μετά από χρόνια, θα με ρωτήσουν «πόσα πράγματα έμαθες, και...

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Published on April 22, 2018 00:43 • 4 views
Bob Mayer Bob Mayer's blog:




Like, really know?





I remember when we had letters at the start of phone numbers in New York City, but we also used tin cans and string to call each other.





But, seriously. If you had to use someone else’s cell phone, or, God Forbid, yes they do exist, a pay phone, to call, and you didn’t have your...

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Published on January 20, 2019 07:16 • 5 views
Becky Sarwate Becky Sarwate's blog:
“What, you may fairly ask, set off the privileged white children in the feral unleashing of their hate upon Phillips? Would you believe me if I told you that Phillips was running interference between the MAGA teens and a small…

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Published on January 20, 2019 14:35 • 7 views
Stone Riley Stone Riley's blog:
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Dear readers, please copy and paste this text into your on-line chats where appropriate. Thank you.

Capitalism is to blame. Capitalism is insanity

Capitalism persuades its followers that MONEY IS REAL, more real than Living Earth, or human love, or anything. But money does not exis... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 05:45 • 7 views
Maciej Aniserowicz Maciej Aniserowicz's blog:

Alicja KuberaCześć! Witam serdecznie w osiemdziesiątym szóstym odcinku podcastu DevTalk. Przed Wami bardzo nietypowy wywiad. Wynosimy poziom tematu odcinka w kosmos!


Przed wami Alicja Kubera, web-developerka, studentka produkcji gier wideo, która w wolnych chwilach bierze udział w programie KRAKsat. Jest jedną...

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Published on January 20, 2019 21:00 • 5 views
Lucas Vargas Sierra Lucas Vargas Sierra's blog:

La puerta de entrada reluce como si alguien hubiese frotado la madera con la frustración de años de permitirle a los demás pasar por encima de las propias aspiraciones. Sobre el pomo de acero se reflejan, el rostro primero y la palma de la mano después, cada vez más cerca, uno a uno los convidado...

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Published on January 20, 2019 08:38 • 5 views
L.S. Larson L.S. Larson's blog:
Described as a “stellar futuristic tale” in a Kirkus Review, IGIST is a breathless succession of escapes, intellectual pursuits, unexpected encounters, and dangerous missions.

Despite the captivating drama, the world of IGIST is chock-full of wonderful delights, such as the tradition of IGIST pra... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 21, 2019 05:35 • 12 views
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