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Duana Welch Duana Welch's blog:

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Published on February 16, 2019 12:27 • 1 view
Barry Donadio Barry Donadio's blog:
In support of the upcoming 70th anniversary of the United Nations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Republican Politician Barry Donadio took action by raising awareness for human rights.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted in 1948 with the assistance of none other tha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 17, 2019 03:40 • 5 views
Carrie Hope Fletcher Carrie Hope Fletcher's blog:
When my 'To-Do List' is so long that I know I can't possibly finish it, I find myself doing none of it. That's easier than making a start and chipping away at the mountain. Recently, I've found myself doing something similar with blogging. I've got this huge burst of creativity right now that see... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 17, 2019 01:32 • 5 views
Soraya Naomi Soraya Naomi's blog:
Free for a limited time on amazon.com! Grab your copy and meet the skilled mafia lawyer (standalone; can be read either with or without reading the rest of the series). The Lawyer and the Tramp (Chicago Syndicate, 7) [image error]
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Published on February 17, 2019 02:15 • 2 views
Brent Marchant Brent Marchant's blog:

Who will win this year’s Oscars? Get an inside, irreverent look at the annual awards contest with yours truly on the latest edition of TheCoffeeCast with host Tom Cheevers, available by clicking here. Tune in for some fun, feisty, lively chat, but please note the explicit language warning!



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Published on February 16, 2019 09:46 • 1 view
S.B. Norton S.B. Norton's blog:
January 10 - 2018 ...
Is when I started my new novel - not the 4th 'The Otherworldly Operatives' novel. No!
The 1st book in my brand new series, (that will largely remain nameless), was finished this morning in a 970 word haul. So just over 13 months of work. 7 morning sessions a week for 58 weeks-... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 17, 2019 03:22 • 9 views
K.M. Rice K.M. Rice's blog:
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Gazing into the upside down world, the otherworld… the Afterworld?

#kmrice #kmriceauthor #wildlings #puddle #nature #forest #upsidedown #otherworld #Afterworld #Ophelia #afterworldseri...

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Published on February 16, 2019 10:11 • 1 view
Nelson Zagalo Nelson Zagalo's blog:
O universo dos super-heróis, criado em revistas de banda desenhada durante os anos 1930 nos EUA, foi uma das mais brilhantes criações da imaginação e criatividade humanas do século XX, não apenas pelos mundos paralelos e alternativos criados, mas essencialmente por tudo o que representaram para u... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 04:02 • 7 views
Mia  Moore Mia Moore's blog:
What, you ask?Ohhhkayy…
For those of you who have been getting my newsletters for a while, you know that I have been crushing on Jon Snow from Game of Thrones from the very first episode. Seriously… when I saw him and the cute Direwolf puppy Ghost, I went all ‘aawww!’.
 Yeah, yeah… you regular rea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2017 10:30 • 1 view
Ruchira Khanna Ruchira Khanna's blog:
Sarah aimed her long stem glass at him, but instead, it hit the floor crashing into multiple pieces. 



She could see her slivered heart in each of those broken fragments as she wept uncontrollably. 



He looked from a distance but dared not to come near.

Minutes ticked by, which seemed endless to both.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 14:11 • 6 views
Peggy Jaeger Peggy Jaeger's blog:

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Cooking with Kandy was my first book for Kensington/Lyrical Shine. Introducing the world to the life and family of cheflebrity Kandy Laine was fun. The fact this book spawned a few more in the series was an added bonus! Kandy is reluctant to have a bodyguard, and doesn’t feel an...

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Published on February 16, 2019 21:34 • 12 views
Aven Ellis Aven Ellis's blog:

While I Owe You One is the name of Sophie Kinsella’s latest book, I do, in fact, owe her one. Because I do not think-no, I KNOW-I wouldn’t have a career writing what I love if I hadn’t picked up her book on night wandering through a bookstore. It’s funny how vividly you can remember […]


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Published on February 16, 2019 19:22 • 2 views
Charlotte Eriksson Charlotte Eriksson's blog:

Everything changed when I switched from saying “I have to do this” to “I GET to do this”. When I started viewing my art as a way to serve instead of building for my own profit. When I tried to meet people with an open heart and a will to love them instead of guarding my own history of solitude a...

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Published on February 16, 2019 21:00 • 7 views
Cynthia Schultz Cynthia Schultz's blog:

Vorige week deelde ik de eerste vijf boeken die ik afgelopen maand las met je, het is nu tijd voor het tweede deel! Zoals ik al zei had ik een top leesmaand, zowel qua kwantiteit als kwaliteit. In deze ‘boeken van’ bespreek ik onder andere een echte klassieker die ik al jaren wilde lezen, en […]


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Published on February 16, 2019 21:00 • 9 views
Jonathan  Dunne Jonathan Dunne's blog:
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The old lady, Mrs Downes, was also residing in this nightmare. She was standing over Bill who was lying on a gurney with his cranium surgically sawed open. The top section of his head with neatly brushed hair, lay on the gurney by his left ear, no different... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 17, 2019 01:58 • 14 views
Leighton Gage Leighton Gage's blog:
-- Susan, every other Sunday

One major benefit of trying to climb 100 Japanese mountains in a single year is the chance to ride so many of Japan's amazing trains.

The Fuji Express. An extremely happy train.

In historical terms, railroads came to Japan relatively recently--the first train line in t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 23:30 • 1 view
James W. Nelson James W. Nelson's blog:

That Emergency Declaration means much more than “just” controlling our southern border…it is the first step in preserving the America we ALL love…at least–hopefully– what “most” of us love.


Just watched a 7-minute video from Fort Hancock, Texas. The sheriff has told the local residents to arm them...

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Published on February 16, 2019 18:31 • 4 views
Donna Augustine Donna Augustine's blog:

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My ragged breathing muffled the noises around me as I sucked in more air than my lungs could hold. Twigs hung from tangled hair. Rocks dug into my palms and knees. There was a rip in my leather pants, my shirt was torn, and I had scratches everywhere my flesh was exposed. 

Burn dropped to the...

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Published on February 16, 2019 17:36 • 5 views
Jaine Fenn Jaine Fenn's blog:

Although Hidden Sun came out with little fanfare, due mainly to my house move getting in the way, I was determined that Broken Shadow, the second Shadowlands book, would get a proper launch.


The official launch party will be on Saturday 13th April, from 5:30 to 7:30, at Books on the Hill in Cleved...

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Published on February 16, 2019 08:00 • 2 views
R. Albert Mohler Jr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.'s blog:

These days, what passes for important argument or debate takes place on Twitter, and a recent Twitter exchange between two prominent actors has sparked a major controversy.


The exchange took place between Hollywood’s Ellen Page and Chris Pratt. Page tweeted, “If you are a famous actor and you belo...

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Published on February 16, 2019 05:55 • 5 views
Francesca Forrest Francesca Forrest's blog:
In 2012, I was briefly a skateboarder. I loved the speed and grace and daring of it--I wanted to touch that and live that.

That time was brought back to me so vividly tonight watching Skate Kitchen (2018), which I requested from Netflix DVD because of [personal profile] osprey_archer 's excellent review ) of it.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 20:50 • 6 views
Tom Lichtenberg Tom Lichtenberg's blog:
In this dream there was a small group of independent scientists working on a kind of mind-reading technology (some variants of this sort of thing are already in development) that enabled humans to understand the thoughts of animals. For the most part, they weren’t finding much of a there there, b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 10:43 • 5 views
Ivan Kal Ivan Kal's blog:

Hello!

The sequel to Guild Master is now out and available on Amazon!

Also for those of you who enjoy listening to audiobooks, Guild Master is now available on audible, so if you haven’t yet checked it out now is a good time!

I don’t have any big updates for you now, I am currently working on the bo...

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Published on February 17, 2019 00:56 • 8 views
Natasha Lester Natasha Lester's blog:

Sydneysiders! Come and have high tea with me to celebrate the launch of The French Photographer. There will be scones and there will be champagne, plus I’ll be chatting about the book and signing copies for you.

Date: 4th May

Time: 3pm

Location: Better Read Than Dead, Newtown

Tickets: Please click he...

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Published on January 22, 2019 17:50 • 2 views
Hunter Shea Hunter Shea's blog:

When Severed Press asked me to write a lost world themed book, I put on several layers of coats and a balaclava and zipped my brain down to Antarctica. As a lover of The Thing, I couldn’t wait to strand a cast of characters in a cold, dark and bleak land. Many taps of the keyboard later, ANTARCTI...

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Published on February 16, 2019 05:00 • 9 views
Dean Wesley Smith Dean Wesley Smith's blog:
I Am Reading a Ton Right Now…

Everyone who is attending the Anthology Workshop the first five days of March is doing the same thing.


And every year, as we do this, I notice things. Back when Denise Little and I used to do this workshop, just the two of us, and it was a long weekend, I noticed that...

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Published on February 16, 2019 23:59 • 6 views
Mindy Kaling Mindy Kaling's blog:

The window is closing on my killer Jackson Maine impression.


— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) February 16, 2019



The post The window is closing on my killer Jackson Maine impression. appeared first on Mindy Kaling.

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Published on February 16, 2019 10:10 • 14 views
James F. Petras James F. Petras's blog:
While the political class dismisses the sensational press, they are avid readers of the ‘prize winning’ propaganda newspapers and their columnists.
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Published on February 17, 2019 00:56 • 3 views
Kristin Billerbeck Kristin Billerbeck's blog:
I had a terrible week last week. Years of drama are finally ending for me, so what could be more exciting than to tune into someone else's drama? Something I don't have to clean up and I am not responsible...
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Published on February 16, 2019 14:55 • 1 view
Nancy Gideon Nancy Gideon's blog:

A decade ago, I envisioned a hero, a larger than life, mysterious, dangerous, silently predatory dark hero leashed by loyalty to the mobster who rescued him when he was a child, then shook up his world with the intrusion of two life-altering events – his infatuation with the fierce NOPD detectiv... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 16, 2019 21:01 • 6 views
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