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عمار محمدی آلاشلو عمار محمدی آلاشلو's blog:

نفس صبح و کتاب

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Published on February 27, 2021 23:04
John Espie John Espie's blog:

Check Out My Interview!

C. E. Cannery gave me my best interview ever at https://cecanneryauthorblog.wordpress... Check it out!
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Published on February 27, 2021 22:37
Torben Magnild Husum Torben Magnild Husum's blog:

February Fiction #28

”Stop nu, Beate,” sagde Berit. ”Det er jo latterligt.”

”Men jeg sværger,” sagde Beate og rystede på hovedet.

”Bahh,” sagde Benny. ”Det er det rene galskab. Kan du bevise det?”

”Hvis jeg kunne bevise det, ville jeg være død.”

Beate gik over til hegnet. Der kom han vandrende ned ad bakken. Stor, beskidt o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 22:20
C.E. Cannery C.E. Cannery's blog:

John Espie Interview

Hi folks!
Just thought I'd let you know that the John Espie interview is out! So if you like time travel and humor, go check him out: https://cecanneryauthorblog.wordpress...

Thanks for reading,

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Published on February 27, 2021 22:08
Heather   Dixon Heather Dixon's blog:

Plum blossom viewing

I went for a stroll around the castle park this morning. It was a little cold, but there was warmth in the sun’s rays. Spring is almost here. There are plum blossom trees scattered around the park. I love the plum blossom. It features in my novel In the Shadows of Mountains. The main character has a

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Published on February 27, 2021 21:28
Brian Braden Brian Braden's blog:

THE GOLDEN PRINCESS NOW ON AUDIOBOOK!

You can down get a copy of The Golden Princess on Audible or Amazon:

https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Golden...
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Published on February 27, 2021 21:24
Anna  Finch Anna Finch's blog:

Giveaway for the first 25 followers on Goodreads

In the lead up to my release of the hardback and large print editions of 'Voiceless: A Mermaid's Tale,' I'm giving away 25 copies of the ebook on Google Play Books to the first 25 people to follow me on Goodreads.
Voiceless: A Mermaid's Tale
The ebook is DRM-free so you are able to read or move the e Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 21:11
Alana Jade Alana Jade's blog:

Tempting Teacher - 5th March

Tempting Teacher releases on the 5th of March on Amazon and Free in KU.

I'm so excited to share this book with everybody.

Originally Always, Sir, it's been given a complete overhaul, extensively re-written, aged to college and extended.
Don't worry, the main characters are still Tyler and Grace, but I' Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 20:32
Daniel Clausen Daniel Clausen's blog:

Cup 24

This’ll be the cup. I know it. “Let me try the Guatemalan,” I say.

This hopelessly young shop girl looks at me like she would rather spit on me than serve me. But I’m not some new customer, so I know that I’m not anything special in terms of the being-spit-on category. That look in her eyes she serve Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 20:24
Theresa van Meter Theresa van Meter's blog:

Bettie Boswell Interview

I’d like to welcome Bettie Boswell to my website. I want to thank you Bettie for taking the time to answer my questions.

Bettie is one of the writers in the book, From the Lake to the River: Buckeye Christian Fiction Authors 2018 Anthology.

Her story in the book is, “Fred’s Gift”.

Could

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Published on February 16, 2021 13:08
Yong Huang Yong Huang's blog:

Dual-gender French noun

Some French nouns can take either masculine or feminine gender, each having a different meaning. There's an obscure rule about the gender-meaning relationship for these words. Take the following headwords from my Learning French Words book as examples,

mémoire memory (fem. n.); memo, memoir (masc Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 19:48
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

Brie Takes Him Down

This one-night stand king is about to fall from his beloved throne...

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Published on February 27, 2021 19:10
Peter Gibb Peter Gibb's blog:

Phases of Book Writing

First there was the writing (about 3 years). then the editing. Well, it really wasn't a "then" as if it came after the writing. I write and edit somewhat simultaneously, but once basically finished and my critique group had had at it for all that time, then I hired an outside editor. I chose Beth Ju Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:48
Mira Gracen Mira Gracen's blog:

It’s live

Eek. Warlord’s Oath is finally live. 😱
It’s a little bloody. Maybe a little dark. I’ve had so much fun writing about Freya and Garrett, and the rest of the gang in Maranthe. I hope you like it.

Kobo is taking its sweet time, so I don’t have a link for it yet. Maybe tomorrow. 😀 I am exhausted. Going t

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Published on February 26, 2021 03:29
Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH's blog:

Movie Review "September of Shiraz."

Movie Review "September of Shiraz."

Introduction:

In 2007, Ms. Dalia Sofer published the novel "The September of Shiraz." In 2015, Wayne Blair directed a movie based on the story of Ms. Sofer's "The September of Shiraz."

Historical Background:

It is important to give a background to this movie; it enabl Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:26
Donald W. Carroll Donald W. Carroll's blog:

5 Stars on Amazon!!!

"Donald portrays what it is like to slowly be overcome with this gripping and baffling condition in a very easy to understand way. I could feel what he was feeling and think what he was thinking all throughout this very amazing and unique story. HIs life tale is not only filled with great wisdom, bu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:22
Susan Hoddy Susan Hoddy's blog:

WIN Signed copies of Paperbacks

**** ENTER MY NEW COMPETITION ****
With the 4th book in the Lepidoptera Vampire Series, called ‘Crestwell’, being published soon I am going to do a Giveaway.
Would you like to WIN signed copies of the first three books in the series from the Lepidoptera Vampires. Yes... that's right, I am giving away Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:13
Joanne Cherefko Joanne Cherefko's blog:

Dreams as Inspiration

I have read the poems in my collection numerous times while editing, revising, and reviewing each iteration of the manuscript and the digital and paperback proofs. I am also in the process of compiling about 40 poems for a possible sequel to A Consecration of the Wind. During all phases of the inten Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:12
Aimee Larson Aimee Larson's blog:

Good Evening

Hey Everyone! I will post and keep everyone up to date on my writing, reading, and other randomness! So please be prepared.

So updates thus far...

2021 Goals:
-Read 100 books by end of December.
-Publish 3 poetry books
-Publish 1 fantasy book
-Practice Self Care and self-love.

For those who do not know, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 18:04
Nancy Bandusky Nancy Bandusky's blog:

Take A Stand is FREE for ONE WEEK!

"Read an Ebook" Week is March 7, 2021 through March 13, 2021. To celebrate ebooks, I am participating in Smashwords' week long sale by offering my novel Take A Stand for free. This novel is the first in my Challenge Trilogy. As spring is approaching, it is time to get ready to go outside and .....re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:52
E.Y. Laster E.Y. Laster's blog:

Free on Amazon

Book 1 of The Oracle's Tale is free on Amazon in the U.S. through midnight tonight. Get your copy now!
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:36
Meredith Resce Meredith Resce's blog:

Writing, Publishing, Reading

In Want of a Wife

A writer is a good reader

I read, years ago, that a good writer must read at least 100 books a year. Great advice, but not sure I've got the time to do that and get writing done as well.

I've been adding more of my reading choices here, to Goodreads, and clicking on a few 'Want to Re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:16
Jessica D. Adams Jessica D. Adams's blog:

Children's Book Reader Survey

































Please fill out this survey and we will send you a free, printable, PDF of The Underground Toy Society's Coloring and Activity Book. There are over 40 pages of fun for kids including writing prompts, coloring pages, games, mazes, and activities. The link to the survey is https://forms.gle/QJVvz7YJbe Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:15
James LaVeck James LaVeck's blog:

I Wish I Had Known...

When we first got the diagnosis in February 1995, we were, as one would expect, dumbstruck. It was a shock. We were utterly unprepared for it. And we were confused, completely.

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Published on February 22, 2021 05:00
Tristan  Davis Tristan Davis's blog:

Full Moons of 2021 and What They All Will Signify

 

Photo Courtesy of Denny Muller via Unsplash 

Regardless of how close you follow astrology, the cosmos, or anything of that nature, I'm sure you're bound to hear, either on social media or in the news during the weather segment, whenever there is a full moon taking place. 

Every year, there are 12

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Published on February 27, 2021 17:02
V.R. Tapscott V.R. Tapscott's blog:

Updates

Heya!

Both covers for Lacey & Alex are complete and ready for release. Once the editing is actually done on Lacey & Alex 2, the new cover will be uploaded for Lacey 1 and the new Lacey 2 will be released. I expect this in the next 1-2 weeks.

Audio for Jane Bond 3/4 is currently going. Jane 3 is appare Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:03
Kelly L. Miller Kelly L. Miller's blog:

Tell It Like I See It

When I'm writing
I say exactly what I mean
In person, when I have nothing nice to say
I do things another way
I walk away and say nothing
Storing, stock piling my honesty
Just to spare the idiotic weakling's feelings
If I spoke, they'd act like they were dying
Since the "badasses" ought to be able to take Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 16:52
Paul   Bennett Paul Bennett's blog:

BOOK REVIEW - By Charles LeFurge “CRUCIBLE OF REBELLION (1775-1778), by Paul Bennett

Patriots and Tories and Red Coats, OH MY! Not to mention continued Indian and expanded slave issues as well. Paul Bennett’s third book in the Mallory saga series, Crucible of Rebellion (1775-1778), is his best yet. Paul has become a master as a colonial period historical fiction writer. His weaving Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 16:25
Alison  Booth Alison Booth's blog:

Background to Writing THE PHILOSOPHER’S DAUGHTERS

THE PHILOSOPHER’S DAUGHTERS is a tale of two very different sisters whose 1890s voyage from London into remote outback Australia becomes a journey of self-discovery, set against a landscape of wild beauty and savage dispossession.

The idea for this new novel just wouldn’t let me alone. I kept i

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Published on November 13, 2020 22:36
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