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Andrew  Kirschner Andrew Kirschner's blog:

Infinite Moon Out Tomorrow!

Tomorrow, the third Ms. Infinity book is out at last!

Bonnie Boring/Ms. Infinity goes up against a werewolf named Ellen Wahia. Here's the link followed by the blurb:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08...

The mega-powered Ms. Infinity has never met a villain she couldn't beat, until today.

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Published on August 13, 2020 17:34
Kristal Dawn Harris Kristal Dawn Harris's blog:

.99 CENT SALE!

The Rings of Faolan-Emeralds (The Rings of Faolan, #1) by Kristal Dawn Harris The Rings of Faolan-Rubies (The Rings of Faolan, #2) by Kristal Dawn Harris

Love paranormal romance? This series is on sale for .99 cents each book! Werewolves do it better! Let Elijah & Elise, Michael & Natalie show you some alpha love. If these books are in your TBR pile, now is the time to snag a copy! Two alphas, undeniable attraction, and a love worth dying fo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 17:09
T.D. Cooper T.D. Cooper's blog:

Sneak peek of the Cover of 'Magic House and the Kingdom of Mer'









Here's a sneak peek of the cover to my new novel 'Magic House and the Kingdom of Mer.' This is the sequel to Magic House a YA novel. More to come. Tell me what you think.
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Published on August 13, 2020 16:45
Jaime McGill Jaime McGill's blog:

Anywhere but Home

Anywhere But Home, written by Daniel Speck, translated by me, published by AmazonCrossing, available now!

Amazon's blurbs are better than mine, so here you go:

This international bestselling novel crosses continents, cultures, and generations to tell a sweeping story of self-discovery and finding your Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 17:08
Svyatoslav Albireo Svyatoslav Albireo's blog:

Психология творчества

#творчество "Око силы" я писал много лет. И перерыв, который я сделал, был нужен, чтобы провести дополнительные исследования, уточнить опыт, вспомнить истории, которые не хотелось упускать. Помимо социального сюжета, основной поднятой проблемы, я ставил целью записать все важные воспоминания про нео Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 17:07
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Recent Presidential Elections -- 2000 Election -- Florida -- Voter Disenfranchisement

Amid the media frenzy after the election, one story went untold … [;] thousands of African-Americans in Florida had been stripped of their right to vote.

Adora Obi Nweze, the president of the Florida State Conference of the N.A.A.C.P., went to her polling place and was told she couldn’t vote because Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 16:49
Nicole Pyland Nicole Pyland's blog:

A fan of the Tahoe Series?

Book 4, “Begin Again,” is featured in F/F Fiction Crossword Challenge #23 for WLW & Lesbian Fiction Series by @JaeFiction For every solved puzzle you send in, you get an entry into the drawing for the grand prize! Details are below: https://jae-fiction.com/lesbian-ficti...


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Published on August 13, 2020 16:35
Bill Ricardi Bill Ricardi's blog:

Commissions for August.

I have about three (3) slots left for writing and ghostwriting gigs over the next two weeks. If you wanted anything done (short stories, speeches, lyrics, or character backgrounds) by the end of August, hit me up sooner rather than later:

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Published on August 13, 2020 16:29
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

not the news i was expecting...

i wrote 12 poems today while mom was in her dental appointment. when she got out, she told me that all she really did was had some x-rays taken. i guess her problem with her tooth is so bad she has to go to an oral surgeon to have it fixed. and of course, the closest one to us is in Richmond, Indian Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 16:15
Tracy Brody Tracy Brody's blog:

August 2020 Newsletter

To view in browser, go to: https://preview.mailerlite.com/o8i6w0...

WHAT A WEEK!

First, there was Hurricane Isaias—could y’all pronounce that the first or fifteenth time you tried? Fortunately, it didn’t impact my part of NC or my happy place of Kiawah Island, SC. Then Sunday morning, I woke up to my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 16:11
Siena Noble Siena Noble's blog:

I have no excuse… (I’m an absolute doofus)

Hello, everyone. I’m really sorry to make you all mad, but Flying High–as some of you who might’ve pre-ordered the book may already be aware of–will unfortunately not be coming out tomorrow. I really don’t have a good excuse this time, except that in my haste to get the book uploaded on time in the

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Published on August 13, 2020 16:08
Sharif Khan Sharif Khan's blog:

Honouring Pat Schneider, founder of Amherst Writers & Artists (1934 - 2020)

Sad to hear renowned writing teacher, Pat Schneider, author of Writing Alone and with Others and founder of the Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA) workshop method, passed away on Monday, August 10.

Pat's philosophy has had a lasting impact on me. I was first introduced to her work as required reading fo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 16:17
Kym Gordon Moore Kym Gordon Moore's blog:

Where Do We Go From Here?

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Oh, what a pickle we find ourselves in. The world has shifted, uncertainty continues to surge, morals have sifted and so grows our woes. After all is said and done, after all that we’ve been through, where do we go and what shall we do?


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Published on August 13, 2020 04:46
T.K. Conklin T.K. Conklin's blog:

Award!

So very happy to say that Promise of Spring won the Beverly Award for Historical Romance! I couldn't be happier!
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Published on August 13, 2020 15:05
Glenn A. Bruce Glenn A. Bruce's blog:

When is a Piece Done?

I hear this asked often. How do I know it's ready to be sent out? Or how do I know when to stop? The simple answer is: When you can't find anything else to change.

But how do you get there? Well, there are a few ways.

First, never send out your rough draft. I have to confess, when I started out 41 yea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 15:02
Leslie A. Sussan Leslie A. Sussan's blog:

Looking at the atom bomb at ground level

Long before the American crew arrived and took color film of the devastation, courageous Japanese photographers and filmmakers recorded the realities for people "under mushroom clouds." The U.S. Occupation seized all the images they could obtain and imposed a Press Code to prevent dissemination. ...

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Published on August 13, 2020 07:47
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:

Derecho Isn't Just a City in Texas

I woke up late and had a fire department meeting in an hour, and it was a horrible day for a drive, so we went for a drive.

In our defense, it was a time-sensitive errand ... and we didn't know it would be a bad day for a drive. As I dragged myself out of bed Emily told me about a line of thunderstor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:59
Kenneth   Morgan Kenneth Morgan's blog:

About 1 AD and BC

The Bible gives us a very narrow picture of the hundred years before and after the birth of Jesus. The first readers of the New Testament were well aware of people who brought political and social upheavals. Few in our day have any idea this. I will be enriching my novels with these people and event Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:41
Halston Hart Halston Hart's blog:

Only .99 pennies

For Keeps For Keeps by Halston Hart

I have a sale on For Keeps e-book!! Only .99 pennies for a few days! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:35
R.J. Hore R.J. Hore's blog:

Publishers and Agents

Let us assume you have learned your craft and created a manuscript you are proud of. You have gone over every page a dozen times and had someone other than your favorite relative read the final result and comment on it. You have considered those comments, made changes if necessary, and are now ready Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:33
Garrison Kelly Garrison Kelly's blog:

Magic

The thunderstorms of electromancy
Elven royalty dressed in robes so fancy
Pixies and gnomes dancing together
Underneath purple sunset weather
Ogres mourn the loss of beauty
Old witches still call them cuties
Orcish children play among dwarves
A fantasy world removed from war

But in today’s world of disgust
W Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:23
R.   Beach R. Beach's blog:

Luna's Dream: Guardians VI Releasing Today

Releasing Today!!!! The next installment of the Guardians Series by R Beach

Luna's Dream: Guardians VI
Safe for the first time in her life, Luna Barnett is slowly coming to believe that life can be wonderful. Friends, work, and her so handsome boss, Taiki Wiley, have helped her overcome all the trials Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:21
F.F. Burwick F.F. Burwick's blog:

Finding more evidence of a possible connection

Rodston went on, going out from that space that formed a room, and went again through the passage, Ebert reluctantly followed him a little bit further behind. Rodston again carried the instrument with light shining from it. They came to the passage they had come through to turn here. Here a movement Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:13
Susan Srikant Susan Srikant's blog:

Free Picture Book

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Just a few days left to pick up your free copy of The Last Magic Needle, an Indian folktale, that is free through August 16 at amazon.com.

Deepa's thatha sews the most magnificent saris in all of India using the power of a magic needle. Deepa can't wait until the time she is allowed to use the specia Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 14:05
Valeriu Gherghel Valeriu Gherghel's blog:

Jocul insulei pustii. Cel mai potrivit loc pentru a citi „Pe patul de moarte”


Cel care a făcut celebru jocul insulei pustii a fost, probabil, André Gide. Prozatorul a redactat un articol cu titlul „Cele 10 romane franțuzești pe care [le prefer / pe care le-aș lua cu mine pe o insulă pustie]” (NRF, 52: 1 aprilie 2013). Articolul lui era un răspuns la o investigație imagina Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 07:00
Jami Taylor Jami Taylor's blog:

Review for Beneath the Splendor

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A five-star review for BENEATH THE SPLENDOR by Deborah Lloyd.

"At the age of twelve, Mary was hired by Elizabeth Carawan as her domestic servant. She left the protection of her mother and moved to Pine Manor in Rose Bay, North Carolina. Although Mary saw how demeaning Reverend George Carawan c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 13:50
S. Lee Glick S. Lee Glick's blog:

Lottery

Hello world. I am done with my first true horror book titled Something is wrong with Joey. There are a lot TBD yet but as time goes by it will work out.I have decided to rename and work on a title , we will call The Lottery. Today I broke through the barrier in my mind and was really pleased with my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 13:46
Liza M. Wiemer Liza M. Wiemer's blog:

An Interview with Evan Wolkenstein, Debut MG Author of TURTLE BOY

Buying Links It’s my honor to have Evan Wolkenstein on my blog. See my five star Goodreads review to learn more about what I thought of this incredible debut MG novel. From Goodreads, About Turtle Boy This middle-grade debut, which will surely appeal to fans of Wonder, explores self-image, friendshi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 08:47
Dan Krzyzkowski Dan Krzyzkowski's blog:

"The Wheel of Darkness" - A Review

The Wheel of Darkness (Pendergast, #8) The Wheel of Darkness by Douglas Preston

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


"The Wheel of Darkness" is not the first in the Pendergast series, but it's the first one I've read. Beginning a series in its middle is a step below cardinal sin in my view, but this book was a freebie and its description looked int Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 13:20
Susan Stoker Susan Stoker's blog:

Know what's really fun?

Mid August! A little over four months until Christmas! (how crazy is THAT?!?!?!)
But the passage of time means that we're that much closer to Sheilding Kinley being released! This week I'm sharing the entire first chapter over on my website, to get you even more excited!

Next week I'll be mailing the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 13:04
Nancy  Christie Nancy Christie's blog:

Writing Work and Non-Writing Work—The Reality of the Literary Life

(A longer version of this article originally appeared on my blog, Focus on Fiction.)


When I was young (never mind how young), I used to think that writers sprung fully formed into their profitable and prolific literary careers, like Athena who, according to Greek mythology, sprung from Zeus’s forehea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 13:03
Steve Ruskin Steve Ruskin's blog:

Newton Cipher—Excerpt #7

For the next week or so, at the request of the publisher, I'll be posting short excerpts from my new supernatural thriller, The Newton Cipher. Enjoy! And if they whet your appetite an you want to read the entire book, you can find it here: The Newton Cipher
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Excerpt #7

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Published on August 13, 2020 13:02
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

6/ ԹԵՈՍՈՖԻԱ


( Ինքնա ) ճանաչողության սուրբ երրորդություն . Չուզել - ԸնդունելՉշտապել - Համբերել Չտիրել - Տրվել

© Տիգրան Գորշ / ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ / ԹԵՈՍՈՖԻԱ


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Published on August 13, 2020 13:00
Brook  Allen Brook Allen's blog:
M.K. Stabley M.K. Stabley's blog:

Life Changes

As my husband and I are starting this new stage in our life, our son is starting a new journey in his own. We are officially empty nesters, now. And, he is living on his own for the first time, at 20 years old. Grant it, it was time, but it still feels weird. He is a junior in college, but lived at

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Published on August 06, 2020 11:49
Lisbeth Campbell Lisbeth Campbell's blog:

AMA

I will be doing a Reddit AMA on Release Day, August 18, from 1-5 EDT (10-2 PDT). Join me then to ask questions, whether or not you've read the book yet!
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Published on August 13, 2020 12:47
Simon  Williams Simon Williams's blog:

Connectedness vs Isolation

The world too often feels like an unsolvable jigsaw, many of its pieces stolen or vandalized. But there have been a few occasions in the last few months when I’ve felt almost as if I can peer over an unobservable horizon, at a world where the interlocking pieces have come together for a moment- wher Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 12:34
Ann K. Schwader Ann K. Schwader's blog:

My haiku up on tinywords today

Brief & seasonal, though not speculative.
I'm always glad to be published by this long-running email / website haiku source!


https://tinywords.com/2020/08/13/31549/
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Published on August 13, 2020 12:28
Taylor Hart Taylor Hart's blog:

It's Finally HERE!

New Release!



Her Blind Date Cowboy: First Love

Finally—it’s out today!

I’m so stinking excited for this one you guys! You’re not going to believe this but I LOVE WILL AND EVIE :)

Will is just a motorcycle loving, music writing, fun guy! Who doesn’t want to be set up on a blind date.

And Evie—she just wan Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 13, 2020 12:24
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