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Christopher Lesko Christopher Lesko's blog:

11/27/2021

What happens to someone when they watch Apocalypse Now and Passion of the Christ at the same time?
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Published on November 27, 2021 18:04
Amanda   Hale Amanda Hale's blog:

Forsaken on Audible

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Published on November 27, 2021 17:47
Samantha Montague Samantha Montague's blog:

e-Book Black Friday & Cyber Week Deals!

Don't miss out on these limited time deals!

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Published on November 27, 2021 17:25
Richard Lanoix Richard Lanoix's blog:

The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse: A deleted section from "Love in the Time of Coronavirus: 20/20 in 2020."

The First Wave seemed like a tsunami at the time but, in fact, was a mere ripple. It was one isolated ripple that spread out, gathered momentum, propagated into larger and larger waves, and then ultimately into the Second Wave that indeed bitch-slapped change into the world, leaving only opportunity Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 17:14
Shanti Hershenson Shanti Hershenson's blog:

The Odyssey Books On Goodreads

I was decently surprised this afternoon to find both of the Odyssey books - the ones I wrote in the sixth grade - on my profile. I usually shy away from talking about them as they are so old and outdated. I don't want them taken down, in fact, I'm gradually more and more proud of the accomplishment Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 16:08
Joseph Baneth Allen Joseph Baneth Allen's blog:

Bloodshot

Just finished watching "Bloodshot" released Columbia Pictures.
When attempting to launch a shared movie universe in an attempt to cash in on the still lucrative superhero movie, it's usually best to start with a character that most comic book readers would have heard of and not attempt to rewrite the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 16:03
David   Gustafson David Gustafson's blog:

Stephen Sondheim

After making this world a much better place to live in with his music, composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim has left us at age 91.

Out of his brilliant legacy, I would choose “Send in the Clowns,” with its intelligent, playful lyrics and haunting melody line as the best English language song of the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 15:36
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's Guest Author

My guest author this week is Pegg Thomas, from Northern Michigan, USA, author of the historical romance series, Forts of Refuge Series. Pegg and her husband have a hobby farm where they raise sheep and chickens. She has a spinning wheel where she makes her signature wool shawls and when she isn’t re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 15:20
Jon Ureña Jon Ureña's blog:

We're Fucked, Pt. 22 (Fiction)

I've endured through a hellish week at work that involved me visiting numerous medical departments and befriending their nurses enough so they would cooperate with what I was tasked to do. It was one of those weeks in which I remember that although I can act well enough, my nature doesn't tolerate h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 14:33
Hayden Thorne Hayden Thorne's blog:

‘Antiphon’ (or “JFC, Why am I Doing This to Myself?”)

 Okay, so while I haven't finished both The Haunted Inkwell and Eidolon and have yet to start work on The Rusted Lily, The House of Creeping Ghosts, and Primavera, I'm getting inundated with yet another story idea that won't let go (largely because I'm grabbing hold of it and keeping it in a death g

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Published on November 27, 2021 11:42
Clare O'Beara Clare O'Beara's blog:

November – Judge Dredd, Twitter Pitches, characters with age

Judge Dredd, Volume 1 by Duane Swierczynski As promised, here are the second day’s events of Octocon 2020, held online. And a free SF book is at the bottom of this post. I wrote these notes while helping to staff the Con. All opinions are those of the speakers.

Sunday, 11 Oct, 2020
Better with age
Gillian Pollack, Marguerite Smith, Cheryl
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Published on November 27, 2021 14:44
Pedro  Gabriel Pedro Gabriel's blog:

Interview "Silhouettes of Truth"

I was interviewed by Dominic de Souza from Smart Catholics for his new initiative for Catholic writers "Silhouettes of Truth"

Here we talk about what led me to write fiction, what my favorite legend is, and much more…

You can see it at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt4fp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:58
Pandora Snow Pandora Snow's blog:

What's Your Talent?

“What You Lack In Talent Can Be Made Up With Desire, Hustle And Giving 110% All The Time.” – Don Zimmer

We’re all born good at some things, but not all things. Take my writing career for example.

My first book was Claiming Elizabeth, the first of a 3-part trilogy. I’m slightly embarrassed looking back Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:58
Ethan Jones Ethan Jones's blog:

🔥 What if you were captured with no way out? 🔥



Mossad Extraction (Jack Storm #2), the second spy thriller novel in Jack’s series, is out:

https://books2read.com/Mossad-Extraction

Enjoy a copy, post a review, and/or put this on your TBR shelf, if you haven’t done so already…

Thanks in advance.
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:56
MAHMOUD HORCHANI.محمود الحرشاني MAHMOUD HORCHANI.محمود الحرشاني's blog:

اليكم روايتي حدث في تلك الليلة

السلام عليكم
في ما افكر
افكر في فرحة الكاتب بمولد كتابه الجديد.. هي فرحة عظيمة يمتزج فيها الاحساس بالفخر مع الاحساس بالسعادة....
مولد كتاب جديد بالنسبة لاي كاتب او كاتبة هي لحظة لا تظاهيها اي لحظة اخرى من الاحساس بالجمال وبان الانسان قادر على تحدي المستحيل...
خالجني هذا الشعور. وانا اتسلم هذا الصباح الن Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:53
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day – Diamond squid: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/87/d1/...
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:45
Dorothy Wiley Dorothy Wiley's blog:

Free ROMANCING THE WILDERNESS Three EBooks Bundle

Romancing the Wilderness (American Wilderness, #1-3) by Dorothy Wiley ROMANCING THE WILDERNESS (American Wilderness Series Books 1 - 3) eBook bundle is FREE Sunday, 11/28 – Thursday, 12/2/21! These three heart-jolting historical romances blend high action and heroism with love and passion as beautiful as the wilderness. 4.6 stars with 576 ratings! https://amzn.to/ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:40
N.N. Light N.N. Light's blog:

See Me in my Dreams by C.J. Mutch is a Black Friday Deals pick #mystery #thriller #smallbizsat #book

Title: See Me in my Dreams

Author: C.J. Mutch

Genre: Mystery, Thriller

Book Blurb:

Frustrated by the fact that since the accident that garnered her an orphan she had been plagued by visions that left the doctors and psychiatrist scratching their heads. While she had been told to ignore them, with tim

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Published on November 27, 2021 08:44
Barbara  Marks Barbara Marks's blog:

Thanksgiving

Forever grateful. Forever grieving. I miss Mike.
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:33
Kelly L. Miller Kelly L. Miller's blog:

Unwitting Generosity

When they stop giving me ideas, I'll stop using them
They're just imagining things, no one is abusing them
They actually contradict themselves
Whenever they open their mouths
They shouldn't embarrass themselves
Better they just shut their mouths
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Published on November 27, 2021 13:26
Jena Gregoire Jena Gregoire's blog:

Weird question… Do you drive a Jeep???

I think everyone here can agree that between the pandemic and social craziness, 2020 had every reason to go fuck itself. However, it did bring about a few good changes in my neck of the woods. 

The first change was location. It’s not Arizona but I did end up moving. It was only a thirty mile migratio

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Published on October 28, 2021 09:39
Ann Gaylia O'Barr Ann Gaylia O'Barr's blog:

Daniel Boone and Native Americans

I grew up in Tennessee with a father who gave me a love of history, beginning with local and regional history. He told me about the pioneer Daniel Boone and his early settlement in Boonesborough in nearby Kentucky and how Boone lived for a time with native Americans. In Matthew Pearl’s book The Taki Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 07:35
Lillian Keith Lillian Keith's blog:

New Character Board (For You!)

Hey guys, I'm just popping in real quick to say that I opened up a character inspiration board on Pinterest!

If you need inspiration for your next story, or want a photo to help visualize your MC/side characters, then check out the board via the link below!

The more people that follow, the more I'll a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 12:56
Allison Symes Allison Symes's blog:

The Appeal of Anthologies

Naturally I am a bit biased here as I’m honoured to have several of my stories appear in various anthologies over the years. It’s a pleasure to write short stories for these and even more of a pleasure when said tales are accepted.

But, regardless of that, I have always had a soft spot for anthologie Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 12:37
Philip Raymond Brown Philip Raymond Brown's blog:

Harvesting Earthlings Will Launch December 3

It Gives You StrengthHarvesting Earthlings for Fun and Profit will launch December 3. Amazon is now accepting preorders for the ebook which will be delivered to your devices on December 3. Amazon will also be selling the book in paperback and hardcover.

“Harvesting Earthlings for Fun and Profit” an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 12:33
Dwight L. MacPherson Dwight L. MacPherson's blog:

The Imaginary Voyages of Edgar Allan Poe Wins Award!

Hello Readers!

Our graphic novel won a 2021 Saturday 'Visiter' Award from the Poe Society of Baltimore! We won in the Best Original Works Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe!

We want to thank everyone who has bought, read, shared, and reviewed our graphic novel! And we want to thank the Poe International Fest Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 12:12
Paul Kasprzak Paul Kasprzak's blog:

Wyett Hughes: The Clash Changes Now Free!

I am announcing that the book Wyett Hughes: The Clash Changes is now permanently free everywhere! I hope everyone enjoys the book and gives me feedback on it. I will have another announcement about book 2 Wyett Hughes: The School of Hard Knocks soon, which is available on Amazon now.
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Published on November 27, 2021 12:07
C.E.  Moore C.E. Moore's blog:

Buzz, Croak, Hiss, and Hoot

We're excited to announce our new book Buzz, Croak, Hiss, and Hoot! Check it out at earthboundbks.com.

Nature has a song to sing…if we listen. Whether deep in the ocean, under a starlit sky, or in the heart of a forest, Buzz, Croak, Hiss, and Hoot is a lyrical journey through some of the sounds and w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 27, 2021 11:58
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