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Miguel A. Sanchez-Rey Miguel A. Sanchez-Rey's blog:

What if water shortages destabilise China?

Frightening scenario!!!


The painfully unequal distribution of water in China reawakens intra-regional resentments not seen in decades. An imagined scenario from 2050



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Published on July 13, 2020 16:42
J. Steven Lamperti J. Steven Lamperti's blog:

By the Sea

Just finished the first draft of By the Sea, the third book in the Tales of Liamec. After editing, I am going to be sending out ARCs (Advanced Review Copies).
If anyone is interested in participating, send me a message on GoodReads. :)

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Published on July 13, 2020 21:07
Marian Matta Marian Matta's blog:

A Lasting Conversation

[image error]This beautiful collection of short stories about ageing was released by Brandl & Schlesinger in April 2020. My own story, A Single Life, is in the most amazing company, and I’m grateful to Susan Ogle and Melanie Joosten for reading it in its original publication, ‘Joiner Bay, and other

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Published on April 12, 2020 21:08
Bettina M. Johnson Bettina M. Johnson's blog:

Lily is at it again...

My girl is upset that I am writing so often and perceives it as me ignoring her. Therefore she does all these cute things to get me to notice her. My Lily...shes so sweet.

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Published on July 13, 2020 20:37
Karen  Patterson Karen Patterson's blog:

Liu Xiaobo - Rest in Peace

RIP Liu Xiaobo, today (July 13th, 2020) is the anniversary of his death. Liu Xiaobo was one of the writers who drafted the CHARTER 08 that called for adjustments to the government, not to over throw the Chinese Communist Party. For this, he was sentenced to 11 years in jail in 2009. He made global h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 20:29
Stephen Woodworth Stephen Woodworth's blog:

Need a little *DARK* reading? A CARNIVAL OF CHIMERAS is now a Kindle ebook!

Greetings, fans of the eerie and unreal!


Have you been itching to pick up a copy of my new collection of weird fiction, A CARNIVAL OF CHIMERAS, but are too tech-savvy to read something made out of dead trees?


You’re in luck! Hippocampus Press has just released a Kindle ebook version of the collection

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Published on July 13, 2020 19:41
Riki Lax Riki Lax's blog:

How to Teach Your Kids 21st Century Skills

The 3 R’s have been replaced by the 4 C’s.

Reading, writing, and arithmetic were the educational standards for previous generations. However, they are not enough to ensure the success of 21st century kids, who live in a rapidly changing world, have to manage massive amounts of information from mu

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Published on November 11, 2019 08:31
Stephanie    Rose Stephanie Rose's blog:

No Reservations is LIVE and and only $2.99 for a limited time

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Is it too late to correct the biggest mistake of my life?

While drowning in a mess of sorrow and grief, I lost the only woman I ever loved. I didn’t realize what I’d done until it was too late.

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Published on July 13, 2020 19:24
Veena   Sharma Veena Sharma's blog:

Be a Visionary Person

Tenacity Penciling the Journey and Inking the Destiny by Veena Sharma One of the most challenging things in life is sometimes is being able to let go of something or someone. I tended to hold on to anger, guilt, grudges, relationships, and personal possessions. Letting go has never been easy for me. Holding on to negative, destructive emotions and relationships ca Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 19:04
Kimber Camacho Kimber Camacho's blog:

Oh, Doctor Watson!: and other stories by Berlynn Wohl

Oh, Doctor Watson!: and other stories Oh, Doctor Watson!: and other stories by Berlynn Wohl

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I have long enjoyed Berlynn Wohl's writing and this collection of short stories is no exception. My only issue with it is that the stories seemed sequential - more like chapters in a larger work - until it hit a point wh Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 19:03
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:

40 Years As a Firefighter

Forty years ago tomorrow (as I post this ... okay, the day in question is Tuesday, July 14th), I walked into a small and ironically smoky meeting room, and told a group of men there that I wanted to be an Albion volunteer firefighter.

I was terrified.

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Published on July 13, 2020 18:34
Maryann D'Agincourt Maryann D'Agincourt's blog:

AUGUST will be published this fall.

My latest novel August will be published this fall.
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Published on July 13, 2020 18:34
Mitta Xinindlu Mitta Xinindlu's blog:

Edge of a Sword (Poem)

I have long sensed that you're an edge of a sword.
In halve you managed to pierce me with taps and words.
Today those words have turned into a session of stabbing.
You cut me deep with your point, my spine is flapping.

Who knew that you'd burn into an anatomy of a dagger?
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Published on July 13, 2020 18:16
Biff Mitchell Biff Mitchell's blog:

Episode 11: The Existential Adventures of Crazy Man and the Dog, Sidestepper

Wherein Crazy Man and the dog, Sidestepper, stumble upon the House of Many Species and Variables and learn about the need to sustain.

(NOTE: Yep. The tree house was toppled in real life. But no moose were harmed in its toppling.)

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Published on July 13, 2020 18:04
L.C. Barlow L.C. Barlow's blog:

From Back in the Day :-)



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Published on July 13, 2020 17:46
Carole V. Bell Carole V. Bell's blog:

Review: Conventionally Yours

Conventionally Yours by Annabeth Albert
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really like this sweet and tender, slow burn new adult contemporary. Annabeth Albert combines the opposites attract and forced proximity tropes in a very organic way in the gaymer setting. When their teammates drop out due to emergen Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 17:24
Latesha Kellam Latesha Kellam's blog:

From anticipation to obligation

Most of time when you meet a new love interest and you figure out that you really like them, you can’t wait to see them. You always want to spend time with them. For me personally, I would get butterflies in my stomach from the anticipation of our next date. When I finally got to meet up with that p

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Published on July 13, 2020 17:08
Ellysia Fields Ellysia Fields's blog:

Hurt but still working

Hi! I dunno who will read this, but I wanted to let you know that I am still, actively, working on the next book in my trilogy series "Pureblood." Progress may be a bit slower then I'd like because I burned both hands so my fingers are still quite tender. I will hopefully back up to full swing soon Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:55
Brett Scott Ermilio Brett Scott Ermilio's blog:

Jack Cannon: Book 3 moves into Phase 2 of editing

As everyone has the opportunity to get involved in book 2 and the exciting adventures of Jack Cannon and his friends, book 3 of the series is entering the next phase of editing. And Book 4 is currently more than half-way complete and I am working hard to have 3 and 4 released with as little time bet Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:54
Rev. Francis J. Ripley Rev. Francis J. Ripley's blog:

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Published on July 13, 2020 16:52
Hugh Lupus Hugh Lupus's blog:

Book 6

Book six which covers Italy, Greece and the first battle of a different British Pacific Fleet has been sent to the publisher.
Watch this space for a publishing date.
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:28
Tinnean Tinnean's blog:

Tired. V. v. tired

I'm working on three books: Rainbows in Your Eyes, which is Book 4 of Strange, Strange World; its companion piece, More, By All Mores, and the last of the Spy vs. Spook stories, the alternate reality No One Should Be Alone. They're all basically finished, but I need to read them over once more befor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:23
Haru Ichiban Haru Ichiban's blog:

Cover Reveal: Scandinavia



The cover for my next short erotic story from the Darkintense series about a romance in the icy lands of unexplored Scandinavia of old. This is the young and sexy hero, Stefan. It's gonna be out very soon!
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:23
William Graham William Graham's blog:

5-star Editorial Review of "The KIncaids"

The Kincaids follows the rise and fall of a wealthy family that experiences hard times, dissolution, financial and social challenges, and changes. It is recommended for novel readers who enjoy sweeping productions, and closely examines the legacy of Irish immigrants who move to the Midwest to experi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 13, 2020 16:15
Bill Pence Bill Pence's blog:

Life is Short. Live it!

[image error]My wife Tammy celebrated one of those “milestone” birthdays last year. In her life, Tammy has survived a lot, including a few life-threatening illnesses. But I could tell that this particular birthday, if not bothering her, certainly was reminding her of the passage of time. She pointed

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Published on July 13, 2020 04:00
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