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Claire Kingsley Claire Kingsley's blog:

New CK Audio!

The Mogul and the Muscle just went LIVE ON AUDIBLE AND IT'S ON SALE!

Sorry, I got a little overly excited.

BUT JUDE! AND CAMERON! IN AUDIO! ON SALE!

The Mogul and the Muscle is read by Joe Arden and Desireé Ketchum and it's EVERYTHING.

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Always Have went live on audio a few days ago and you can now gr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:58
Tim  Wolfe Tim Wolfe's blog:

Figuring Out Goodreads

Hi fellow readers. I am trying to figure out Goodreads and how I can begin to work with readers as an author. So I am making this posting to learn how this works.
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:31
Mark  Reece Mark Reece's blog:

Review- Thinking Styles

Thinking Styles Thinking Styles by Robert J. Sternberg

My rating: 2 of 5 stars


In this book, Sternberg sets out a schema to categorize styles- ways of thinking, which he distinguishes from abilities. Sternberg's main argument is that people are often wrongly judged as lacking ability, when in fact, their thinkin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:30
Peter Derk Peter Derk's blog:

New Old Book

If you've been following me for years now, you probably remember a project titled Pete's Unsent Love Letters. I didn't manage to get it placed with a big, fancy publishing house, so I decided to put it on a big, fancy publishing house that has so many resources that they'll publish ANYTHING. I th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:15
L.V. Lane L.V. Lane's blog:

Deviant Betrayal outtakes!

A collection of scenes from Devaint Betrayal that were chopped from the final book!

Intended to be read only if you have already finished Deviant Betrayal (Book 5)

It also contains a scene added to Complete Control after Dec 2019 (Book 2).

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Published on December 13, 2019 15:13
John Anthony  Miller John Anthony Miller's blog:

New Release - For Those Who Dare

I'm thrilled to announce the Kindle release of my sixth novel - For Those Who Dare. (print release to follow)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082KRB5QT
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:09
Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:

Guardians

"Are you betting tonight?"
"Of course."
"On who?"
"The polar bear. He's never lost."
"He'll go down eventually. They all do."
"Maybe. Who's he fighting anyway?"
"The High Priest."
"What? Are you fucking kidding me?"
"Nope. His Holiness is actually getting his hands bloody."
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:12
Anais Anais's blog:

Il lato oscuro

Sta per uscire il mio nuovo libro: Il lato oscuro della collina. Un viaggio del commissario Draghi nella splendida Irlanda. Un caso da risolvere tra capo e collo durante una vacanza.
Paesaggi mozzafiato, interrogatori, indagini, pericolo e colpi di scena.
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:47
Harken Headers Harken Headers's blog:

Hej Everybody!

Yes I spelled hey with a j. Different language different spelling. Ok enough with the awkward intro Harken!

I am Harken Headers, author of Health & Not Screwing It Up. A go-to guide for a simple but humorous journey towards bettering your health. Go check it out in the affiliated link below. Y... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:39
J.N.  Wood J.N. Wood's blog:

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I’m going to properly start my third book this weekend. I’ve just been writing down a few plot points for the last few days, but tomorrow is the day.
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:32
Melanie Moreland Melanie Moreland's blog:

New Release - BAM

I sometimes get questions from reader's "what is BAM?" from Vested Interest series. Although I have a chapter in Bentley where the hero describes who they met, I thought it would be fun to dive a little deeper.

FREE on all platforms!


Before the success-before they fell in love and found their fut... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:31
Mary Elizabeth Ames Mary Elizabeth Ames's blog:

Winter's Chill

When winter term began, the compound was covered in snow. For once, Ruwena was glad she did not have to go outside. Winter in the Cassius village had been brutal. It lay further north, so the cold temperatures and the wind had made a life of hardship even worse. Snow was common, and snowstorms wo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:18
Daniel Cubias Daniel Cubias's blog:

Fair Is Fair

During the first 186 years of the U.S. Constitution’s existence, only one president was impeached. And yet, within the last 45 years, three different presidents have faced impeachment.


Is this a consequence of increased polarization, where opposing political parties seek the ultimate punishment? O...

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Published on December 13, 2019 14:11
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

my 2 poems in Yellow Mama #77

my poems "the race has just begun" and "this endless nightmare" has been published in Yellow Mama #77.

you can find "the race has just begun" by going here:
http://blackpetalsks.tripod.com/yellowmama/id2167.html

you can find "this endless nightmare" by going here:
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Published on December 13, 2019 14:01
Kelley Hazen Kelley Hazen's blog:

I SAY IT EVERY TIME

The Summer of Discovery Box Set: Volume Three The Summer of Discovery Box Set: Volume Three by M.L. Hamilton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


This marvelous series continues to deepen. The challenges increase. We are not only dealing with issues of coming of age or claiming one's individual power. The women of THE SUMMER OF DISCOVERY are struggling w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 13:55
Larissa Shmailo Larissa Shmailo's blog:

International Experimental Poetry AWP Panel on ALTA

Thanks to ALTA, the American Literary Translators Association, for listing our AWP event, Translating the the Untranslatable: A Reading of International Experimental Poetry with Marc Vincenz, Helene Cardona, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Michele Gil-Montero and moderated by me, on their blog.

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Published on December 13, 2019 13:43
Adrianne Babbitt Adrianne Babbitt's blog:

Book Release Party ~ Reflections

Hooray! My first ever book release party is in the books!





[image error]Thank you Erin for helping me set up my display!! It looked great!!



Thank You



First, I want to give a special thank you and shout out to Eric and Kristen Meeter, owners of Pressed Studio + Store in downtown Spencer. You both were...

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Published on December 07, 2019 22:01
Verne  Andru Verne Andru's blog:

Creating a new comic book part 5

For this blog I'm going to dig into some of the lecture notes I used while teaching comic book production at the Vancouver Film School. While in point form, they should give you an idea of the types of issues a comic book creator needs to consider during the writing phase.

As discussed previously,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 13:28
Sean  Haughton Sean Haughton's blog:

The Decade Nears Its Close...

The 2010s are nearing their close.

Can you believe that?

It's funny how short periods of time seem so long in your youth, and how long periods of time seem so short as you age.

In addition to Reflections & Guided by the Ghosts, my blog is now live with a variety of content such as interviews, r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 13:28
Samantha   Evans Samantha Evans's blog:

Free promotion

Ella on Amazon kindle Ebook is FREE from now until December 17th! Go take a look. This is my first work, and something I am proud of! Ella
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:46
Sophie  Sinclair Sophie Sinclair's blog:

Welcome!

Thank you for joining my blog! I will post new release info here. Also, if you have any questions or comments you want answered, please ask away! But most of all, thank you for following me and for reading Coffee Girl!

You can also follow me on IG @ sophiesinclairauthor
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:44
Suzy  Davies Suzy Davies's blog:

Publication Day!

Thrilled to announce our New Release Children's Book, " The Girl in The Red Cape," available on Amazon!
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:38
James Jay Thomas James Jay Thomas's blog:

12.13.19

A couple of weeks ago, we had ten inches of snow. My snow thrower wouldn't work. I put two ceramic heaters on the engine and an hour later, it worked. TaDaa.

So, while my wife was out snow throwing, I was working on our furnace that died. Crap! Crap! Crap! And while working on the furnace, my wate... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 15:19
Rachel  Thomas Rachel Thomas's blog:

Update

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Published on December 13, 2019 12:37
Alan La Selle Alan La Selle's blog:

Raising Children

God made no serpent with a tooth sharper than the wound one's insolent offspring will cause.
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:35
E.G. Manetti E.G. Manetti's blog:

Indie Spotlight on Romance: Regency Historical

Regency romances run heavy on lords and ladies. In a nice change of pace, Mia Vincy's A Wicked Kind of Husband features an industrialist hero who lacks polish. When he clashes with the extremely proper heroine, there are LOL moments as well as some serious steam.

It was the ideal marriage of conv...
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:39
Jan Steer Jan Steer's blog:

more good news!

Just had a ghost story awarded a prize in the Crowvus short story competition. And, it gets better, two stories published in the Christmas anthology "Spiriting Through Christmas". So pleased that my writing continues to give pleasure.
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:26
T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

Introducing Harry…

Good evening (or good morning!)





I’m very excited about this post! To celebrate the release of my debut lesbian erotica novel (available on various different platforms – see below for links), I decided to get an illustration commissioned to bring one of my main characters to life! I was very excite...

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Published on December 08, 2019 13:08
James Stoddard James Stoddard's blog:

Simak, Sturgeon, and Harrison

Since 2001, I’ve kept a list of books I read each year. I usually get through about fifty, a relatively small number compared to those I’ve met who devour 300+ novels every year.

As this December rolled around, I realized I had read only forty-five, and I decided to try to reach fifty, which gave... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:26
Patrik Martinet Patrik Martinet's blog:

Looking back on 2019 and Looking Ahead to 2020

I thought I’d take a moment and write a recap on where 2019 has taken me in my writing journey as well as look forward to what is in store for 2020. 2019 began with me sending out yet another … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:44
Alyssa  Clark Alyssa Clark's blog:

Day 2 of Giveaways!

Scarlet Lantern Publishing's Day 2 of the 12 Days of Christmas includes 2 ebook giveaway of Amber Burns's Overhaul.
To enter follow the instructions below. But hurry, this #giveaway is only open for 24 hours!

Enter on Facebook: https://scarlet.pub/FB
Enter on Instagram: https://scarlet.pub/IG
Woo! I'... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:24
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

Ծնվելը մեռնելու սկիզբ և, ուրեմն, ոչ թե «Ինչպես ապրել», այ...

Ծնվելը մեռնելու սկիզբ և, ուրեմն, ոչ թե «Ինչպես ապրել», այլ՝ «Ինչպես մեռնել» վերնագրով բովանդակություն, ու նոր միայն զգում ես մայրական կաթի իսկական համը՝ հասկանալով մահաբեր թույնի օրհնությունը:
ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ



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Published on December 13, 2019 12:15
Kenzo Amariyo Kenzo Amariyo's blog:

NEW Book - Poems of Childhood Pain

Really pleased to say I have just published a small but powerful poetry book on abuse. For more information please check out the book on here, on Amazon or at:

www.kenzoamariyo.com

Cheers
Kenzo
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Published on December 13, 2019 12:19
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