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Rona Halsall Rona Halsall's blog:

Book Review - The Company Daughters

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Published on October 31, 2020 07:02
Dan Groat Dan Groat's blog:

Reflection

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:53
Catherine Blackmore Catherine Blackmore's blog:

New book Reveal

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:52
Bryan W. Dull Bryan W. Dull's blog:

Ecliptic-The Solstice Chronicles Part 3 is now available for preorder

It's been a long time coming, I know.

The new book in the Solstice series is now ready and available for preorder on Amazon!

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:47
Erik Handy Erik Handy's blog:

Update Videos

I'm no longer making update videos. With all my writing and video projects, there's no time for other things in life - you know, like family and sleep.

Keep up with me here:
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Published on October 31, 2020 06:44
Daniel    Orr Daniel Orr's blog:

October 31, 1941 – World War II: A U.S. destroyer is sunk by a German U-boat torpedo near Iceland, killing 100 sailors

On October 31, 1941, the U.S. Navy destroyer, USS Reuben James, was sunk after being struck by a torpedo from the German U-boat U-552 near Iceland.  Of the 144 crew comprising 7 officers, 136 sailors and 1 passenger, 100 were killed and 44 rescued.





At this point in World War II, the United States was

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Published on October 31, 2020 01:25
Jeffrey Ian Ross Jeffrey Ian Ross's blog:

If you’re thinking about sitting this election out, it’s your last chance to reconsider

With a few days left until the election our country is facing, I thought I’d say a few things.


A couple of weeks ago my wife and I received our ballots via mail, we selected our preferred candidates, and then we walked over to the drop box, not far from where we live, and deposited the envelopes.


We a

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Published on October 30, 2020 13:14
Jayne Townsley Jayne Townsley's blog:

#LifeTip | A Warning That Goes Both Ways

 
Last week while driving around Tulsa doing my delivery jobs, I was listening to my songs on Amazon via the BlueTooth. I just had it on shuffle for a mix of Disney, Christian Contemporary,...



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Published on October 30, 2020 06:31
Klaus Viedenz Klaus Viedenz's blog:

Review: THE WHITE PRINCE

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Bewertung: 1 von 5.


by Matt Horton


DNF at 42 %.





The wicked king let out a great laugh, one so evil that his shadow on the wall looked like a serpent in the light of the dancing flames.






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Sorry, but I hated it. The writing was far too fast and hurried and things happened an

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Published on October 30, 2020 09:02
Charles  Welch Charles Welch's blog:

Fall Weather

What a great fall weather weekend in Northern Colorado. If it weren’t for the forest fires it would be perfect. Today will be a football/ writing day. First the Broncos, and then a visit with Croatoan. I’m early in the second book, and Tom Benton has a plan…..

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Published on October 30, 2020 18:57
Kristy Perkins Kristy Perkins's blog:

Prompt #17: Magnify

Quick explanation: A few Christmases back I was given a “Writer Emergency Pack” deck of cards. This included a set of prompts. So I’m going to go through and follow them, to the best of my ability. Some of these will end up being parts of my works in progress, others will be standalone stories, depe

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Published on October 30, 2020 08:10
Robert Elliott Smith Robert Elliott Smith's blog:

Disinformation Inoculation: How you can act now to stop US Election Chaos

I’m not going to bury the lead here: there’s information you need to share, now, particularly with your friends online with whom you most disagree. It could help save US democracy. That information is that the outcome of the US election is unlikely to be fairly known on Tuesday night, or even Wednes

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:27
Sergio Rozalén Sergio Rozalén's blog:

Mutaciones Sociales

Siempre he sido un escéptico de las grandes conspiraciones. Y lo he sido basándome en una simple observación: la gente no es tan lista como se cree o, dicho de otro modo, somos mucho más tontos de lo que parecemos.

Lo que mueve el mundo son los intereses particulares, el egoísmo del aquí y ahora. Pue

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Published on October 31, 2020 01:20
Candy Keane Candy Keane's blog:

Healthier Halloween Treats with Nature’s Bakery

Turn innocent little fig bars into spooky ghosts and goblins and watch your little monsters gobble them up! Nature’s Bakery sent me a couple of complimentary boxes of their delicious real fruit fig bars and I transformed them into fun Halloween treats for an after-school party. Spider and Monster Ha

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Published on October 31, 2020 04:43
Lisa A. McCombs Lisa A. McCombs's blog:

Letters to the MonSter: One of those days


                                                     
                                                       
"It's one of those days? What can I do to make it a bit better?" 
"Yes, it is one of those days. I would really appreciate it if you would carry my coffee cup for me."
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Published on October 31, 2020 05:44
Dani Gómez Dani Gómez's blog:

Sac de cançons (2)

Ja tenim aquí la segona cançó de l’Anna Codinachs. Acabada de sortir del sac de cançons: Bombolla de sabó!

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:22
Kim Cope Tait Kim Cope Tait's blog:

Soft

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So I find myself in the position to teach kids who are deemed at-risk again. Kids who have been let down and even betrayed…by “the system,” by their “friends,” and even by their own families. Now they have lost their freedom, too. As is always the case with a new group of students, but

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:33
Jamais Jochim Jamais Jochim's blog:

If You're a Writer, Why Aren't You Reading?

Read.

This
is something I cannot emphasize enough that you as a writer need to
be doing. Everybody gets their inspiration from somewhere. If
you're not reading, if you're not
watching shows, if you're not listening to radio, then you're cutting yourself off from your inspiration. If you
don't have some so

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Published on October 30, 2020 21:04
Laura A. Farrar Laura A. Farrar's blog:

Inktober 2020 Day 30

Art by Alexandria Farrar. See her on IG: @avfillustration or her website: www.avfillustration.com

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Published on October 30, 2020 08:07
Anastasia Abboud Anastasia Abboud's blog:

Series Review: Nocturne Falls Mysteries

Picture The Nocturne Falls books -- both the romances and mysteries -- are so fun and funny! We're talking lightest of light, but with so much humour and imagination. Kristen Painter has created a town where vampires, witches, gargoyles, reapers, hobbits, elves, Santa, the Sandman, werewolves, dragons, yet Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 22:11
Annabeth Chatwin Annabeth Chatwin's blog:

The Nutcracker Battle on Preorder

The Nutcracker Battle is up for preorder! You can get it here. It's part of the Heart of the Holidays: A Stand Alone Gay YA Series, a group of six stand alone YA holiday novellas by outstanding YA authors: Daniel Elijah Sanderfer, Addison Lloyd, Bronte Meredith, T.R. Valleroy, and Shane Morton.


Righ

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Published on October 30, 2020 07:43
B. Graham Simpson B. Graham Simpson's blog:

Meet Brenda D. Malloy: One of BWEPS' Newest Authors

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From her back cover:

The caterpillar can never turn into a beautiful butterfly without first going through the necessary metamorphosis, and we will never grow into spiritual maturity without undergoing a similar process. Brenda D. Malloy agrees with Maya Angelou who said that “we delight i

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Published on October 30, 2020 13:28
Hayden Thorne Hayden Thorne's blog:

Happy Halloween!

And here we have the final day of the tenth month, which will be followed by a new set of e-book sales for November. Things are coming along very nicely with my edits, and I uploaded the pretty-much-final-version of Agnes of Haywood Hall to Draft2Digital. I've cleared out my to-do list for this mont

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Published on October 31, 2020 00:00
Lucy Layne Lucy Layne's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Sat Oct 31 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on October 31, 2020 06:33
Titania McGrath Titania McGrath's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Sat Oct 31 2020

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Published on October 31, 2020 06:33
Mayura Amarkant Mayura Amarkant's blog:

Secret Memoirs of a blade of grass | #MyFriendAlexa | #DiaryOfAnInsaneWriterWrites

The original idea of this story belongs to my father-in-law, Shri Krishankant Jain. When we were talking about the theme at the dinner table, he suggested that I should write this story since it has a moral for each one of us. You may wonder what story a mere blade grass would have to tell. The mora Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 31, 2020 00:26
Christina A. Morley Christina A. Morley's blog:

Ghosted: A Short Story


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Ghosts thrive on fear, but Maisie just isn't delivering. In fact, Lazarus isn't even sure she realizes she's being haunted.
When expert haunter, Lazarus Bently, receives a cry for help from a fellow ghost, he rushes to the chaotic cottage of eccentric artist Maisie. If Ghost HQ f Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 12:04
Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

The Top 25 People Enabling Scientology, No. 10: Political shills

[Ideal shills: Karen Bass, Brad Sherman, and Charlie Rangel]

No US politician has ever paid a price for speaking at a Scientology event like Karen Bass did this summer.

You know the story. Joe Biden was supposedly serious about Los Angeles US Representative Karen Bass as a possible VP candidate when B

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Published on October 31, 2020 04:00
ANN MARIE STRUCK ANN MARIE STRUCK's blog:

BOOK REVIEW: MY NOISY CANCER COMEBACK: RUNNING AT THE MOUTH WHILE RUNNING FOR MY LIFE—by Fitz Koehler

 

As a private person, the “noisy” in the title tickled my brain. Noisy? But for my tunes and Dance Attack class, I crave peace and quiet in my old age. There must be a story behind the title? Oh boy, is there a story behind the title—Fitz Koehler’s audacious zest for life, her race announcing pa

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Published on October 30, 2020 18:46
J.J.A. Harwood J.J.A. Harwood's blog:

My Beloved Monster: Which Supernatural Creature Should You Date

So! It is Halloween today, officially the spookiest day of the year. This is the day when all the ghouls and ghosties come out to feast upon the fear and/or blood of the living, and you know what? Maybe you should date one of them. (Hey, it’s 2020. At this point nothing is really a … Continue readin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 31, 2020 02:26
Charu Nivedita Charu Nivedita's blog:

நாளை சந்திப்பு பாஸ்வேர்ட் மற்றும் ஐடி

பல நண்பர்கள் பாஸ்வேர்ட் மற்றும் ஐடி கேட்டு எழுதியிருக்கிறார்கள். சில பேர் என்ன, விளையாடுகிறீர்களா என்று கூட கேட்கிறார்கள். அதுதான் அந்த விளம்பரத்திலேயே பாஸ்வேர்டும் ஐடியும் இருக்கிறதே என்று சொன்னால், அப்படியெல்லாம் ஒன்றும் இல்லையே என்கிறார்கள். என்னதான் ஆச்சு? பச்சையாகத் தெரிகிறது அல்லவா எழுத்து? அத Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 23:39
Sue  Paul Sue Paul's blog:

Singapore Writers Festival

The Singapore Writers Festival is now underway and Jeopardy of Every Wind: The Biography of Captain Thomas Bowrey is featured in their Hot of the Press section: https://swfbooks.com/pages/fresh-jeopardy-of-every-wind





Needless to say, this year’s festival and its book store are digital – very far from

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Published on October 31, 2020 02:32
Stephen Petteruti Stephen Petteruti's blog:

What Every Man Should Know About Menopause

How understanding menopause can help prevent couples from simply toddling off into old age but instead, embracing it. 

Any man who makes the bold attempt to spend the arc of his life with a woman would be wise to understand menopause. This event is second only to childbirth in its impact on a woman’s

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Published on October 30, 2020 13:07
Matt Tarpley Matt Tarpley's blog:

What are your reasons for getting up?



What are your reasons for getting up?

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Published on October 30, 2020 07:00
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Sophie Stree Sophie Stree's blog:

Thank you!

Thank you!

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Published on October 26, 2020 02:37
Abby   Hall Abby Hall's blog:

Oct 29th: Twitches (2005) ☆☆☆☆☆

Ah, more secret witches, but this time with secret twins, too!
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Published on October 30, 2020 08:04
Jane Kolven Jane Kolven's blog:

The Queerness of Halloween

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When Jenny Frame asked me if I had written a book set at Christmas because I loved the holidays, my answer was coy, “Does the holiday season extend to Halloween? I love Halloween. There can never be enough Halloween celebration.” In truth, like Dana, the protagonist of my book The Holid

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Published on October 30, 2020 06:58
Neil Sharpson Neil Sharpson's blog:

Over the Garden Wall: Lullaby in Frogland

Wha’ Happen’?:


Nearing the end of their journey, our heroes are riding a ferry to Adelaide’s house and everything seems great. Greg is having a grand old time and even Wirt (Wirt!) is happy and relaxed for once. Plus they’re on a boat inhabited entirely by fancy, fancy frogs and who doesn’t love

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Published on October 30, 2020 07:32
David  Tickner David Tickner's blog:

Boo!! Trick or treat!

Picture Who would have thought that you can find the origins of the word boo?! Did you know that the expression ‘trick or treat’ comes from Canada?
 
Boo
 
The word boo, from Greek boaein and Latin boare, means to cry aloud, roar, shout. The word boh, meaning to produce a loud startling sound (BOO!!), came to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 10:42
S.L. Flynn S.L. Flynn's blog:

A Cover in Full

Raether’s Enzyme launched to modest fanfare last week. The event marked the first time its cover was seen by anyone outside the small circle involved with A Dance with Designers. Established authors include a cover reveal event as part of the lead-up to a book’s release. Given how late in the game I

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Published on October 29, 2020 16:13
Blaine Strickland Blaine Strickland's blog:

Behold the dragonfly!

Over the past few years, several scientists have published articles revealing the incredible efficiency of the dragonfly as a predator.  Dragonflies eat flies, bees, butterflies, wasps and other small insects.  Scientists estimate that dragonflies are the deadliest predator in nature, capturing thei

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Published on October 30, 2020 07:15
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