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E.P. Clark E.P. Clark's blog:

Turning Dreams into Reality (Or at Least Books)

Greetings from the swamp! Or at least that's what it's felt like this past week. It's been in the 90s with massive thunderstorms every day this week until today. Now a cool, fall-like rain is coming down. Neither state has been doing much for my health. The damp has been turning everything into e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 09:44
Tonya Lampley Tonya Lampley's blog:

Begin the journey to loving yourself...

There is no greater love than self love. No matter where you are begin the journey to loving yourself. ♥
#selflove #selfcare #confidence #empowered #IAmWorthy

👉https://goo.gl/guihyL

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Published on August 24, 2019 09:40
Sharon E. Cathcart Sharon E. Cathcart's blog:

Sample Saturday: “Through the Opera Glass”

[image error]Five years ago today, I received my first award as an author. It was for my short fiction collection, Through the Opera Glass. In honor of that anniversary, here is one of the tales therein. Enjoy!



Selling Dreams Away

Written January 20, 2012

Clever Fiction writing prompt: Neighbor/Fier...

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Published on August 24, 2019 06:59
Michael J. Sullivan Michael J. Sullivan's blog:

3 of the Top 5 of all time


We are less than 48 hours into the Age of Death Kickstarter, but already it's moved up to the 5th most-backed Fiction Kickstarter of all time!


What's more, my Kickstarters have 3 of those top 5 spots. Isn't that amazing? It's only 168 backers away from overtaking The Disappearance of Winter's Dau... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 05:09
Mark  Bergin Mark Bergin's blog:

Gritty, with typos

It has been, um,  a while since I last posted (three years, oy vey!) so I will reignite the blog with a few unexpected but welcome compliments I got while preparing my novel, APPREHENSION, for publication. Which occurs at the end of this month. It’s on Amazon now, in ebook form, but won’t transmi...

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Published on July 12, 2019 12:00
Johan Fundin Johan Fundin's blog:

SCHIZOID: A psycho-medical thriller of heart-stopping mystery and suspense



RELEASE DATE 26-NOV-2019

Schizoid is a thriller worthy of high praise: a medical mystery that combines psychology, science, and the quirks of interpersonal relationships with an edge to keep readers guessing to the end, as a writer’s dreams become his worst nightmare.” —Midwest Book Review

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Published on August 24, 2019 09:22
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

Over this last week, The New York Times International Weekly Edition ran an article on artificial wombs and overpopulation that widely quoted me. This front page story went out in various major world newspapers in different languages as a supplement. Here'

Over this last week, The New York Times International Weekly Edition ran an article on artificial wombs and overpopulation that widely quoted me. This front page story went out in various major world newspapers in different languages as a supplement. Here's the English version (pictured below) fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 09:11
Amethyst Creek Amethyst Creek's blog:

Thought for the day

"Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go."
Oscar Wilde
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Published on August 24, 2019 09:07
Jeffrey John Dixon Jeffrey John Dixon's blog:

On Keston Common [Bromley, 1972]

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In dream I salve my struggling thoughts. Your eyes
Bless mine. Two beings stranded on the shore
Of nightmare death find vision on the knife’s edge –

Cynical balance of the hooded juggler
Transfixed alone with knowledge of self-murder
Against the absent heavens pinioned –

Hear faceless laughter of th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:54
R.F. Husnik R.F. Husnik's blog:

A Private Investigation Of Ralph's Departure

Written By: Orlon Braem


Last Tuesday evening our city’s leader Ralph Hawk called those of us he considers to be his closest friends and allies. He told us that as of 8/31/19 he will be resigning as mayor of our city, and will be returning to Parallel Reflections, the earthly reality of his birth.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:47
Brian  McPhee Brian McPhee's blog:

Art or ‘art’

25 million
people visited one of London’s principal public art museums in 2017. Meanwhile,
Tate Modern has become the most popular of all of London’s tourist attractions.
Art in general, and modern art in particular, is extremely popular. Whether we
seek something beautiful, thought-provoking or hist...

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Published on July 03, 2019 09:51
Gabriel  J.M. Gabriel J.M.'s blog:

RELICS by Gabriel J.M.

I've published a new edition of the 1st book of the THREE 13 TRILOGY "Relics" if you want to read it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WYZCB7V/... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:28
Mary Kay Holmes Mary Kay Holmes's blog:

Stephen King is a genius, but you knew that...

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A few years ago I wrote my first book. It was quite a process and once it was done I spent some time sending it out to agents, then gave it a rest while I wrote my second book.

Then, earlier this summer, I finally read Stephen King’s book On Writing, and decided to pull the dusty manuscript from...

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Published on August 12, 2019 12:09
Francesca Cartier Brickell Francesca Cartier Brickell's blog:

Dame Nellie Melba and Cartier

This is a pretty special piece. What do you think of it? More dated perhaps than some of Cartier’s later Art Deco creations? It was made over 115 years ago for Dame Nellie Melba (right), the famous Australian opera singer, who was a great Cartier client at the turn of the 20th century. Having fa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 10, 2018 05:51
Debby Feo Debby Feo's blog:

Short poem in Star*Line

One of my Scifaikus is in the Summer 2019 edition of Star*Line from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association aka SFPA.
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:20
Maeve Greyson Maeve Greyson's blog:

Seven fabulous stories in one set!

Once Upon A Highland Glen
by Suzan TisdaleKathryn Lynn DavisBronwen EvansVioletta RandMaeve GreysonVictoria ZakScarlett Scott
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Join NY Times, USA Today Bestselling, and celebrated authors Suzan Tisdale, Kathryn Lynn Davis, Bronwen Evans, Violetta Rand, Maeve Greyson, Victoria Za... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:13
T.F. Pruden T.F. Pruden's blog:

SERIAL PUBLICATION: The Recalcitrant P.I. ~ Chapter 13

THE RECALCITRANT P.I.

a Mac Armstrong mystery

 by

T.F. Pruden

 Copyright © 2018 by T.F. Pruden 
All rights reserved. No part of this manuscript may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 24, 2019 08:02
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