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Mary Catelli Mary Catelli's blog:

connections

The muse is often so busy chasing after bright ideas that she misses the obvious.

So, if the story is rife with ghosts, AND the brothers of the heroine die, the question of whether they will be ghosts will arise.

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Published on August 10, 2020 20:40
K.A. Cummins K.A. Cummins's blog:

3 Indie Authors to Check Out

From August 3rd to August 16th, I’ll be participating in Story Embers’ Support the Writing Community Challenge. (Use the link to visit their website to learn more and join in.) #SupportTheWritingCommunityChallenge Let’s talk indie authors. The term indie author generally refers to self-publishers—so Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 21:00
Joshua Aaron Crook Joshua Aaron Crook's blog:

I'm Not Your Hero

Most civilian actions toward veterans shield us from accepting our own complicity in war.


– Brock and Lettini



The first time I went to Maine was in preparation for war. My fellow specialists and I perused the unfamiliar terminal filled with kitschy I [heart] Maine shirts and smiling lobster decal

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Published on July 29, 2020 21:57
B.T. Love B.T. Love's blog:

Revised Edition and Free Books on Amazon

Hello! I've been working hard at revising The Cursed Doubloon. And now it's free on Amazon for the next few days, and it has a new cover to go with it! Check it out!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...

And my newest book, The Bucket List, is also free for the next few days!

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Published on August 10, 2020 20:11
Henry Lion Oldie Henry Lion Oldie's blog:

Стивен Кинг: «Институт»

Стивен Кинг: «Институт»
Институт by Stephen King Самый свежий на сегодня роман Стивена Кинга, похоже, подводит итог одной из линий его творчества. Нет, ни в коем случае не итог ВСЕГО творчества Короля – дай ему бог здоровья, долгих лет жизни и еще многих замечательных книг! Тем более, что Кинг, судя по всему, сейчас зака Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 20:02
Dorina K. Lazo Gilmore Dorina K. Lazo Gilmore's blog:

When my roses are preaching about healing from trauma

I’m not very good at keeping plants alive. I forget to water them. I leave them in the sun, and sometimes they become parched. I even have a penchant for killing succulents.

That said, I love flowers. Watching them grow and bloom makes my heart swell.

In this time of COVID-19 and sheltering at hom

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Published on July 23, 2020 21:45
Minerve Jean Minerve Jean's blog:

SKIN

SKIN


What we don’t realize is the infinite amount of things our skin does for us.⠀It keeps us whole even when the world wants to break us. It stretches, wrinkles, scars, and heals no matter the complexion. If someone dislikes the…


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Published on July 13, 2020 10:29
Sunshine Rodgers Sunshine Rodgers's blog:

Cornflakes. August 10

There is a great line in the Adam Sandler movie Click,

Morty : [Michael wants to skip ahead to his promotion] Consider the leprechaun. ... He's always chasing the pot of gold, but when he gets there, at the end of the day, it's just corn flakes.

It's a repeated line throughout the movie, warning Micha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 19:16
Halston Hart Halston Hart's blog:

For Keeps

Have a special surprise going down tomorrow. Keep an eye open to my fb page!

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Published on August 10, 2020 18:54
Simon Plaster Simon Plaster's blog:

SMOKIN' HOT: Third Installment of GREEZERS by Simon Plaster in Serial Format!

CHAPTER 7

Joe wheeled the Range Rover into the Sunningdale Racquet Club parking lot and — spotting Cousin Charles’ wife waddling out of the clubhouse — came to a stop and tooted his horn. She gave him a more unfriendly than usual look and hurried to her parked car. Charles’ son, Harry, then appeared Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 18:45
Biff Mitchell Biff Mitchell's blog:

Episode 25: The Existential Adventures of Crazy Man and the Dog, Sidestepper

Wherein Crazy Man and the dog, Sidestepper, bathe in the full moon light.

(NOTE: No celestial beings were actually eaten by clouds in the telling of this tale.)

Follow the strange adventures of Crazy Man and the dog, Sidestepper, every Tuesday and Thursday. It's free!

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Published on August 10, 2020 17:59
Mary Ione Faderan Mary Ione Faderan's blog:

My Day

Hi Everybody,

I'm glad to be back here. I've had a long day. I was so sick today. I had to sleep and I just woke up a few minutes ago. I can't tell what happened. I might be suffering from some CFG thing. I don't think it's a problem but it makes me feel sluggish and I can't do much when it strikes.

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Published on August 10, 2020 17:56
Sammantha Anderson Sammantha Anderson's blog:

Self Help

I did something I have never done in my writing career this past week, I took an entire week off from writing. This was not intentionally done but my life is still going through major changes and there just didn’t seem to be enough hours in the day for me to get my writing done. As you all know my m Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 17:47
T.D. Cooper T.D. Cooper's blog:

Updates: Projects during a busy Covid summer

 

Sorry, I've been absent lately!

I've been a busy girl.
1. Magic House and the Kingdom of Mer — Is out being beta tested. We have designed a cover, I'm working on the blurb, and waiting to hear on the copyright. I'm hoping for a release date in early September.
2. I've been working on a new story a

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Published on August 10, 2020 15:48
Claire Krulikowski Claire Krulikowski's blog:

Feeling Ideas and Potentials and Halting Mid-Stride

What happens when you've decided and focused yourself to work through one specific writing/publication project, but then a dream wakens you mid-throttle before dawn on a unique idea?...Perhaps an idea that ignites excitement for the potentials of possibilities? An idea that propels you to fight free Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 17:21
Meghann Whistler Meghann Whistler's blog:

NEW Giveaway!

I'm super excited that Harlequin is sponsoring a giveaway of 10 Kindle copies of FALLING FOR THE INNKEEPER!

If it's on your TBR but you haven't had a chance to pick up a copy yet, make sure you enter to win!

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sh...

*The giveaway ends on August 17, 2020.*

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Published on August 10, 2020 17:13
Richard    Seltzer Richard Seltzer's blog:

Review venue by Fiona Davis

The Lions of Fifth Avenue The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


As in her novel The Address, in The Lions of Fifth Avenue two stories set in different time periods revolve around a single building in New York City, and critical plot elements depend on details of the architecture. In The Address t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 17:08
Jessie Dunleavy Jessie Dunleavy's blog:

After the Virus: Can We Restore Altruism?

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We live in a country where the debate over health care rages on. Some see it as a fundamental right for all, others rail against the notion, calling it radical. But regardless of whether your core values are driven by self-interest or humanism; or your opinion shaped by fear of change, fa

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Published on March 15, 2020 18:18
E. Kent Eichbauer E. Kent Eichbauer's blog:

read for free...

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Published on August 10, 2020 16:57
Chiquita Dennie Chiquita Dennie's blog:

Kobo Sales!

Happy Monday! Check out this wonderful promo I joined with some fantastic authors.
Catch up on some fun Beach Reads with Kobo buy one get one free.
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Published on August 10, 2020 16:41
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

well, this day turned out better than i was hoping...

i usually hate fucking Mondays. but, today was one of them that will go down as a good one.

Manchester United won over Copenhagen 1-0 in Extra Time today in the quarterfinals of the Europa League. it was like pulling teeth at times, but at least they fucking won.

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Published on August 10, 2020 16:39
Ellen Senechal Ellen Senechal's blog:

Monday Musings // Caleigh's Giveaway!!

Hello friends! I was recently inspired to a do quick, impromptu "Monday Musings" post. What is that, you ask? Just a bunch of life randomness, a picture or two, and a special announcement swirled in. So, let's get to it!

First off, I just want to thank you all SO MUCH for helping this blog obtain SIX

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Published on August 10, 2020 16:11
Michael Francis McDermott Michael Francis McDermott's blog:

Dystopian worlds

Dystopian fiction is making a comeback.


If you look at the most popular books in the dystopian genre on Goodreads, you will find that six of the top ten are from the last ten or so years. Of the other four, three are timeless classics – Brave New World (Aldous Huxley 1932), Nineteen Eighty-Four (Geor

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Published on March 15, 2020 19:31
Eliot Grayson Eliot Grayson's blog:

Captive Mate -- releasing August 27

Picture Releasing on August 27! Remember, I promised I was working on the sequel to The Alpha's Warlock. :) I'll post again when the book goes live. In the meantime, if you haven't read Deven and the Dragon , check it out on Amazon and in Kindle Unlimited. The Alpha's Warlock is also available in paperb Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 15:53
Jane Drager Jane Drager's blog:

First Novella

I usually don't write short stories, but I did this time with ALL CHOCOLATE, EXTRA CHERRIES. I wrote it as a fun, summer read with a group of other authors for my publisher. This is a clean story with no sex and no foul language. I might try another one after this.
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Published on August 10, 2020 15:55
Delyce Collins Delyce Collins's blog:

Despicable Cookies The invasive pastries we hate to love!

Growing Into a Mature Marriage from Kindergarten to College by Delyce Collins I love the movie Despicable Me, all three of them. While reading an article to my husband from an online platform, I faced the decision to accept the cookies from the site as I scrolled the screen of my smart phone trying to stay focused on the article. Once I finished reading I mentioned to my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 09, 2020 15:54
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