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Lila Johnson Lila Johnson's blog:

Fall, Pumpkins and Early Evenings

Anyone that knows me, knows that I’m a spring and summer type of girl. As the weather changes, I find that I’m more like a bear that looks forward to hibernation. I listen to people all around me talk of how they love the change of the leaves, look forward to Halloween and preparing for the start... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 16:42
David L. Workman David L. Workman's blog:

'We Are Puget Sound' featured in Seattle Times

The Seattle Times recently dedicated much of its Pacific NW Magazine to previewing our new book written for sea lovers, nature lovers, and history lovers.
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Published on October 19, 2019 16:41
Brian Rosenberger Brian Rosenberger's blog:

Horror Sleaze Trash - Killing People and Calories

Greets,

I have a new poem up at Horror Sleaze Trash, one of my favorite zines. Please check out my poem, Killing People and Calories, when you have time.
https://horrorsleazetrash.com/2019/09...

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Published on October 19, 2019 16:13
Pyram King Pyram King's blog:

Review Destiny’s War

NetGalley is offering an Advance Reviewers Copy (ARC) before the release of Destiny’s War. About: NetGalley is an innovative and easy-to-use online service and connection point for book publishers, reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers, bloggers and educators. NetGalley delivers digital galle...

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Published on October 19, 2019 06:48
Alex Ander Alex Ander's blog:

Act of Terror (Marc Cameron)

Act of Terror (Jericho Quinn, #2) Act of Terror by Marc Cameron

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


With a lot of action to keep me turning pages, Act of Terror was better than Marc Cameron's first book in the series, which I also enjoyed. I think I'm getting to know the main characters, and that made this novel much more enjoyable.

Also appreciated is the lack of vulgarity in Mr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:56
Randi Samuelson-Brown Randi Samuelson-Brown's blog:

The East Coast Writes Literature and the West Coast Writes Westerns?

Oh boy. I do write westerns and I live in Colorado. I was at the Women Writing the West Conference in San Antonio - and in one of the speeches a writer brought up the the East Coast writes Literature, The North Writes Literature, the South writes literature and the West...writes westerns. I know... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:47
Augusta DeJuan Hathaway Augusta DeJuan Hathaway's blog:

New Book Coming Soon

Goodreads family!!! Hope you all are doing wonderful and accomplishing all of your drreams. Im excited to share with you all that I am in the process of seeking a publisherr for my new romance suspense novel that i know you will love! This is my best work yet! Its filled with drama, sex, and susp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:42
Kim   Todd Kim Todd's blog:

What is your Story?

Have you ever looked at a stranger and wondered "what is their story?" What has happened in your life to make you the person that you are today?

Instead of getting upset at someone who is mean and angry and grumbling all the time, instead of lashing back, stop and just look at them thr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:35
Will Boswell Will Boswell's blog:

Why Does The Sun Set On The Horizon?

Today, I saw a peace sign sticker on the rear window of a car with U.S Army plates. Fourth infantry division, it said; it’s funny how those who experience war are those most desirous for peace.





World’s full of cases like that, you just gotta go looking for them. We say things about things withou...

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Published on October 14, 2019 20:19
Steven Wood Collins Steven Wood Collins's blog:

Sir Archibald Gillespic Campbell, Laird of Lochawe, Sheriff of Argyl

Sir Archibald Gillespic Campbell, Laird of Lochawe, Sheriff of Argyl
Birth 1041 in Lochawe, Argyllshire, Scotland
Death 1091 in Lochawe, Argyllshire, Scotland

1st cousin 31x removed BEAUCHAMP-MOWBRAY-GREY-OGLE-HERON-COLLINGWOOD-COLLINS
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:29
Jacie Middlemann Jacie Middlemann's blog:

Touchstone

Kindness...Integrity...and Hope...make them your touchstone...
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:28
Jesús García  Fernández Jesús García Fernández's blog:

Cómo crear una Landing Page efectiva con WordPress

COMPRAR LIBRO Landing Pages, si las quieres utilizar en tus campañas de Marketing Digital y no sabes cómo empezar. 2 Edición Versión actualizada 2019 Cómo crear una Landing Page efectiva te ayudará a crear paso a paso fácilmente esa página que necesitas para vender infoproductos, conseguir suscri...

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Published on May 18, 2019 05:39
Juho Pohjalainen Juho Pohjalainen's blog:

Giveaway Statistics

Last year, I put my debut novel on a Goodreads Giveaway, over the course of a month racking in 1264 requests of people wishing to read it. I was pretty surprised so many people would want to give it a go, and quite happy with the final number.

Now my second book has surpassed that numb... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 15:20
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's guest author on www.ritaleechapman.com

My guest author this week is Lucinda E. Clarke, who wrote radio and television scripts inbetween her novels.

Lucinda has lived an incredible life in eight countries staying in everything from a caravan to a mansion. She’s chatted to royalty and cleaned toilets. Her books range include an adult fa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 14:56
Pupola Pupola's blog:

Ghost Hand

read at: https://pupola.wordpress.com

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A young adult, sci-fi novel: Never One by Pupola (free ebook with kindle unlimited): https://www.amazon.com/Never-One-Pupo...

-Paperback:

https://www.amazon.com/Never-One-Pupo...

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Published on October 19, 2019 14:54
J.J. Overton J.J. Overton's blog:

The Abominable, by Dan Simmons.

A good many years ago I had a passion for reading books about mountaineering. This started by reading 'The Ascent of Everest', a book by John Hunt, about the conquering of the world's highest peak by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. What followed in quick succession were books about early exped... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 14:50
Róża Lewanowicz Róża Lewanowicz's blog:

My Pathetic Suicide

Let's talk about suicide. My suicide. 
The only attempt in my life I desperately wanted to forget about. 
But forgetting doesn't change anything because the problem comes back, though it is masked and hidden behind some substitute. The reason it always haunts me is simple: I have never... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 14:29
Grace Willows Grace Willows's blog:

Perfect for Each Other?

Perfect in His Eyes

By Grace Willows
Prologue

"We're hit!” The rhythmic swirling of the helicopter’s blades drowned out most of the other noises and as the chopper shuddered on impact. Travis Tyler fought the controls trying to keep the chopper in the air as long as pos... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 14:35
W.H.  Mitchell W.H. Mitchell's blog:

Need Reviews for Dragons of Andromeda

I'm looking for reviewers of my second book, The Dragons of Andromeda. Some say it's better than the first one and it's FREE on Kindle Unlimited. Please review! The Dragons of Andromeda (The Imperium Chronicles #2) by W.H. Mitchell Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 19, 2019 14:24
L.M. Pampuro L.M. Pampuro's blog:

Follow Me On Instagram!

Honestly, it may not be exclamation point exciting yet I can guarantee concert photos, book launch and tour announcements, and special surprises along the way (wink, wink).

https://www.instagram.com/lmpampuro/

Let the fun begin!

Disclaimer: Author has a warped sense of humor, a skewed sense of reality, and is still learning to use her...

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Published on October 19, 2019 14:06
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

Trump Dumps on Dems

An aroused President Trumps explains why no Democrat can beat him.

CLICK HERE
http://www.georgethomasclark.com/?p=1...
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Published on October 19, 2019 13:40
Grace S. Grose Grace S. Grose's blog:

A Surprised Contemporary Spacewalker










From a worship meeting in Florida to a church meeting in China. He closed his eyes in Florida and opened them in an elevator, surrounded by Chinese people. A surprised, contemporary Quantum Spacewalker!


Joshua Mills


Check out this 9 minute video describing his experience!

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Published on October 04, 2019 21:00
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