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H.L. Roberts H.L. Roberts's blog:
Hardback and paperback editions of 23:27 are now available for preorder! The ebook edition is now available for purchase!

A few reviews:

"Great good, gritty and raw and real." Jane Curry from Watch Jane Write, Amazon review.

"This book is more than meets the eye, while it is a quick read it holds... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 08:51 • 1 view
Lindsay Cross Lindsay Cross's blog:


Wild Fury (FURY Security #1) by Lindsay Cross


Cover Design: Kari March Designs


Release Date: February 1, 2018


 
Synopsis
She’s been in love with the same man since she was a little girl— but that man’s been broken beyond repair.

Tomi was forced to leave Cole years ago… but even with a new b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 08:17 • 1 view
Jason R. Koivu Jason R. Koivu's blog:
Available for free on Kindle Unlimited today and tomorrow:

Beyond Barlow, the fantasy adventure that follows a banished young man who takes up with thieves in a magic forest and is pushed to the brink of his moral limits.

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Published on January 18, 2018 08:02 • 1 view
Alexandra Monir Alexandra Monir's blog:
The Final Six: Pre-Order Offer



To my awesome readers,

As I prepare to release my fifth novel into the world, I’m filled with gratitude for each one of you. By reading my stories, you bring them to life. Your emails, tweets, and creativity inspire me every day, and your support is the reason my novels keep landing on booksto...
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Published on January 18, 2018 07:33 • 9 views
Summer Devon Summer Devon's blog:
And I'm looking for your help.

His Irish Detective is over at Kindle Scout. You can go nominate it. What's in it for you? If it's picked, you'll get a free copy. Even if it doesn't get picked for Scout, you'll get a book from me.

Here's the link to my coming-eventually book. Click on the link,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 07:18 • 17 views
Bernard Jan Bernard Jan's blog:
I wish and hope that this year has started in a grand style for you and that will carry on like that all the way through and even further!

No reason for me to complain, because I continue to get your reviews and that means you are reading my book A World Without Color, which is the greatest reward... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 07:14 • 10 views
Richard  Bell Richard Bell's blog:
Hi everyone. Since I am starting as an unknown I am in need of reviews. If you know anyone who would like my type of humor, please share this with them and ask them to participate here. If you do, something good will happen to you in the next 3 years! Something good will happen regardless I'm sur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 06:51 • 10 views
Susan Marie Molloy Susan Marie Molloy's blog:
You, probably like me, have been hearing ad infinitum how blasted cold it’s been here these past couple weeks, and if you live in cold weather, I feel for you. I grew up in Chicago, where wintry winds off the lake fuel the bitterly cold air temperatures. Winters were even worse for me when, for a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 06:51 • 10 views
Bryan  Murphy Bryan Murphy's blog:
Don’t get me wrong, I do not like the man, but I have found a disquieting similarity between us while reading Bill Bryson’s excellent collection of essays in honour of The Royal Society, the UK’s national scientific body, entitled “Seeing Further”, whose final essays concern climate change. This... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 05:13 • 19 views
Lori Foster Lori Foster's blog:
Fast Burn (Body Armor, #4) by Lori Foster We're baaack!
Sort of anyway.
After moving into a new house (the "old" house isn't quite up for sale yet, but soon!) with the holidays immediately following, where I got hit with bronchitis, which turned to pneumonia, which gifted me with pleurisy, and then getting set up for #RAGT18, I've been... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 06:16 • 117 views
Suzanne Steele Suzanne Steele's blog:

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“Shh, be a good girl. No one can hear your screams way out here anyway. I’ve taken every precaution to insure our privacy…”

There’s a killer on the loose and he’s taking crazy to a whole new level.

Urban Renewal is available on Amazon.

©2017 Suzanne Steele

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Published on January 18, 2018 04:52 • 11 views
Ulff Lehmann Ulff Lehmann's blog:
In a way this is a continuation of the last post put in this blogging lot.

I can be an asshole, I know. I'm honest, some might say harsh, with prose. If I don't like something I say so, sometimes in reviews, other times I talk to the writer.

As much as I have harped on about continuity, my current... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 04:56 • 17 views
Rod Duncan Rod Duncan's blog:
We held the book launch for the Queen of All Crows last night. The venue was Leicester's Central Library. Our hosts were Leicester Writers' Showcase. I'm really grateful to the eighty or more people who turned out on a cold Wednesday evening to give the book a really wonderful birthday party.

Her... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 04:47 • 9 views
Jane  Jago Jane Jago's blog:

Friday morning came rather too soon for me. Charlie went to work whistling his tuneless whistle, and I rather hoped for a quiet day. I went into work for an hour then sloped off home. Feeling a bit bruised and blue, I called Mum, who was only too easily persuaded into a girlie lunch and a spot of...

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Published on January 18, 2018 03:37 • 9 views
Shahad Al Rawi Shahad Al Rawi's blog:
ساعة بغداد Baghdad ClockShahad Al Rawi

ساعة بغداد" في القائمة الطويلة للبوكر العربية"



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Published on January 18, 2018 03:41 • 8 views
Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:
"Annis, it's time to get up." Vincent lifted my body off the dusty wood floor with only one of his hands and carried me like a tied bundle of trash ready to be burned. As a Dhampir he was equally strong as the vampire that sired him and Vincent was immune to the same sun that would ignite his sin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 03:22 • 16 views
Jim   Lyon Jim Lyon's blog:



















Lust by the Sea: A Paranormal Erotic Anthology

Listen to a Sample


The sea's bounty is never without price, as shown in this quartet of lusty novellas. Four talented authors take you on a mythological odyssey of agonizing pleasure. From sea deities to Fae creatures to Lovecraftian horrors, from BD... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 18, 2018 02:52 • 8 views
James   Hartley James Hartley's blog:

The digitalisation of our lives will be a godsend to future biographers and historians.


Big data will provide unlimited, all-area access to subjects lives. There will be no escape.


Private messages, emails, search histories, browser histories, phone calls, likes and dislikes, daily movements, bank...

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Published on January 18, 2018 02:37 • 8 views
Mark Brownlow Mark Brownlow's blog:

5. Jane Bennet

I can imagine the hand-wringing now. Not Jane...

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Published on January 17, 2018 22:41 • 9 views
Amy Lane Amy Lane's blog:
So, to catch folks up, I'm writing the third Fish Out of Water, and like the second, there is a crossover with Racing for the Sun. This is part 2--and I hope you enjoy!  (For those who usually enjoy my family stories, I'll be posting them on FB and Twitter on the days I'm doing this. Otherwise,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 01:04 • 14 views
Ibtihal Mahmood Ibtihal Mahmood's blog:
Decades after the death of Syrian poet Riyad al-Saleh al-Hussein, his words remain alive among readers:

By Ibtihal Mahmood

Thirty-five years after his death, at the age of 28, Riyad al-Saleh al-Hussein’s poems remain bold, invincible, and “simple like water, clear like a bullet” — with a breathtaki... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 22:24 • 8 views
Caroline O. Berg Caroline O. Berg's blog:
It is interesting to look at early fictional female detectives. For one, their profession appeared in stories twenty or so years before the records show the first woman was hired to work at any police station in the Victorian era (and that was as a woman who would pat down female criminals when t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 21:29 • 10 views
Anna Willett Anna Willett's blog:
A huge thank you to all my UK readers for making my new release, Unwelcome Guests a best seller. If you haven’t already, down load a copy and find out why readers are calling Unwelcome Guests, "Brilliantly creepy" and "A story to remember".



UNWELCOME GUESTS: An atmospheric, suspenseful thriller Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 20:04 • 11 views
Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon's blog:
I'm absolutely thrilled to announce that my horror collection, "Perfect Little Stitches and Other Stories" (IFWG Publishing Australia), has made it into the preliminary "Bram Stoker Award" 2017 ballot for Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection.
There are ten other titles vying for the short... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 19:36 • 33 views
Janette Kirchner Janette Kirchner's blog:
“Is Athena okay?” Leliana asked as she closed the door to Cullen’s office. It had been a few days and it seemed like Athena was avoiding talking about what happened in Val Royeaux. Leliana was concerned.

Cullen put down the papers he was reading, “She was lied to and feels betrayed, but she is han... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 19:31 • 21 views
Cecelia Earl Cecelia Earl's blog:

Here are the books I read last year (in reverse order). (I’m terrible at writing reviews, so there’s no real blurb or anything, just my brief “what I liked was” comment. But you can click on any of the images and be taken to their Goodreads page to find out more!)


My Goodreads goal had been 25… I...

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Published on January 17, 2018 04:02 • 18 views
Kathleen Mckee Kathleen Mckee's blog:
I’m a pantser. I admit it. Actually, I’m quite content as a pantser. I own my pantserism.

In the literary world, a pantser is a writer who writes as the muse leads, rather than plotting and outlining. From what I’ve learned, there are plotter and pantser authors. One is not better than the other.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 19:00 • 11 views
Nora Phoenix Nora Phoenix's blog:

I’m not the type to complain, but in this post, I thought I’d share some unique struggles authors face. Seriously, there needs to be a self-help book on this…or some kind of support system. The struggle is real, people, I’m telling you.


1. Deleting Words

Part of being an author is self-editing and...

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Published on January 16, 2018 06:26 • 9 views
Aja James Aja James's blog:
Won't be sleeping tonight...
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Published on January 17, 2018 18:03 • 8 views
Jonathan Maas Jonathan Maas's blog:
Hello! SciFi Horrors Flare and Dion: A Tale of the Highway will be free on Kindle Jan 17-21, 2018!

Link to download Flare - https://www.amazon.com/Flare-Jonathan...

Link to download Dion - https://www.amazon.com/Dion-Tale-High...

Promo for Dion and Flare - free on Kindle Jan 17-21, 2018

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Published on January 17, 2018 18:02 • 8 views
Sunshine Rodgers Sunshine Rodgers's blog:
Just recently, I had a matter that I wanted to talk about. Of course, I spoke to God about it and to my husband about it. And I decided at first to 'let sleeping dogs lie' and didn't poke at the subject any further.

Well, the situation involved people and I didn't want to bother those specific peo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 17:37 • 9 views
Carolee J. Horning Carolee J. Horning's blog:
I just returned from a vacation to Costa Rica. It was an amazing trip. We stayed in three different parts of the country: The volcano, the rainforest, and the beach. I tried things outside of my comfort zone like zip lining and hanging bridge canopy trails. I used to really be afraid of heights b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 17:16 • 67 views
Edmund A.M. Batara Edmund A.M. Batara's blog:

Hi. The collection of short stories titled “Stories of Adar: Accounts from the Abyss” is now posted on soloflyte.blog (https://soloflyte.blog/stories-of-ada...). It is a serialized book and will be updated at least once a week. The first story, “The Village,” revolves around an old man on his dea...

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Published on January 17, 2018 17:08 • 9 views
Vera Brook Vera Brook's blog:
Just a quick note to let you know that I'm rebuilding my website and it will be down for a few days. Trust me, it's a health hazard right now.

But if you wanted to check it out, I'll let you know when it's safe to enter. Please come back then! Thanks.
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Published on January 17, 2018 17:01 • 8 views
Patrick    Kennedy Patrick Kennedy's blog:
I began writing Long Bay - the history of probably Australia's most notorious prison in 2013. It has been a labour of love! But it is so nice to know it will be published in the next few weeks. More information can be found www.longbay.net.au Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 16:52 • 10 views
Adam      James Adam James's blog:
Shoot Like a Girl: One Woman's Dramatic Fight in Afghanistan and on the Home FrontShoot Like a Girl: One Woman's Dramatic Fight in Afghanistan and on the Home Front by Mary Jennings Hegar

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


SHOOT LIKE A GIRL — Mary Jennings Hegar

I checked out SHOOT LIKE A GIRL while researching women flying combat helicopters. I opened this book with certain expectations a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 16:43 • 13 views
Tom Schwerbrock Tom Schwerbrock's blog:
Oh this dredges up such horrible memories, generational memories, perhaps carved right there into my DNA! (I've got a call into ancestry.nyet as I write.) "What has Happened to BitCoin!" was the headline on public TV's "Nightly Business Report" this evening. Tyler Mathissen was in charge of the h... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 16:53 • 51 views
Jamie Begley Jamie Begley's blog:
If you're going to London for the signing at RARE18 and want books from me signed please read and fill out this form!

https://goo.gl/forms/L30CUUIVkSyMmV233
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Published on January 17, 2018 16:13 • 25 views
M.J. Boshers M.J. Boshers's blog:
Hi guys! I just wanted to share this poem with y'all. This is a poem about never giving up on your dreams, breaking away from what people expect of you, and doing what you feel you were put on this earth to do. Hope y'all enjoy! Thanks for everything! 
MJ. 
XOXO 
The Box

I’m confined inside a box w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 16:06 • 9 views
Miranda Davis Miranda Davis's blog:
The amazon link is working, all is well.
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Published on January 17, 2018 15:55 • 10 views
وليد السابق وليد السابق's blog:
عمر الشيخ ..
العربي الجديد ..
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يفشل يوسف في التخلص من طبول الضمير داخله، يفاقم الأمر تفكيره في زوجة الميت الذي انتحل شخصيته ولفق وفاته باستخدام جثته، "المرأة نصف العارية" التي اكتشفها حين دخل خلسة إلى قصر زوجها، التي تمثّل فكرة عرجاء عن الأنوثة الناقصة، دلالة رمزية قارب من خلالها الراوي خط الأمل ال... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2018 15:52 • 9 views
Rebecca Rosenberg Rebecca Rosenberg's blog:
DID YOU KNOW JACK LONDON WAS BORN ILLEGITIMATE TO A WOMAN WHO SHOT HERSELF AFTERWARDS?

SECRET LIFE OF MRS. LONDON
www.amazon.com/dp/B072KRP7MN

���His mother shot herself in the forehead when he was just a baby. She survived, but authorities g
DID YOU KNOW JACK LONDON WAS BORN ILLEGITIMATE TO A WOMAN WHO SHOT HERSELF AFTERWARDS?

SECRET LIFE OF MRS. LONDON www.amazon.com/dp/B072KRP7MN

���His mother shot herself in the forehead when he was just a baby. She survived, but authorities gave him to a freed slave who was his wet nurse. He calls... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2018 05:44 • 8 views
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