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Kat Karpenko Kat Karpenko's blog:

video on The Photograph

I'm very pleased with a video now on YouTube explaining the inspiration for my new novel The Photograph. Please take a look.

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Published on August 07, 2020 15:00
Mary Ting Mary Ting's blog:

ISAN SALE

Hi everyone,

ISAN is on sale for $2.99. The original price is $8.99. So grab it before the sale ends. Here is the link: http://books2read.com/ISAN

Also, I have a sweet romance book coming out with Rosewind Books. November 17, 2020.

The pre-order for the paperback is this link and don't forget to mark i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:53
S.C. Farrow S.C. Farrow's blog:

This is Not a Lie

As a creative writer, I am fascinated by the concept of the ‘tortured soul’, in particular the ‘tortured artist’. I am moved by highly creative and intelligent people who are hell-bent on self-destruction. It is a motif that runs throughout much of my creative work.

The idea of creative talent and to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:55
Andrea  Matthews Andrea Matthews's blog:

News and Updates

Stop by my Facebook page Andrea Matthews Historical Romance for news, updates, and some interesting information about history, mythology, traditions, and other tidbits mentioned in my books. And don't forget to like the page so you can be notified when a new article is posted.
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:42
Preeti Narang Preeti Narang's blog:

Sara’s Secret Fear: Marriage

Recently, I talked to one of my neighbors. She is a single Indian woman in her early forties. She shared some of her life experiences and it left me thinking.
It was the day of her sister’s wedding. She was enjoying the haldi (turmeric) ceremony. All the relatives were applying haldi on her sister’s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:42
Robin Landry Robin Landry's blog:

Dream Lover

Dream Lover is about how idea that we can change the past by revisiting it in a dream. I like the idea of exploring what is real—our reality or our dreams.

If all is just frequency, and all we have to do is to tune into a particular frequency to relieve it, how can we change our past in order to cha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:40
Rena Williams Rena Williams's blog:

New Arthur

If you are looking for quick entertainment check my book. Sex & Situationships its a must read.
I will also be releasing my first full novel here shortly. If you are an avid reader of Urban Fiction like me.
My books are something you don't wanna miss.
Happy Reading Guys.
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:39
Claire Cray Claire Cray's blog:

IN STRANGE WOODS: My new novel is available for pre-order -- and has a playlist!

Book cover for IN STRANGE WOODS by Claire Cray. Superimposed over a foggy, dark blue-green treeline, a young man with his eyes closed and his head tilted back peels off a long-sleeved white shirt, exposing his torso.

Friends! I'm so excited to announce the imminent release of my new m/m romance novel, In Strange Woods:

Wild hearts and hidden passions ignite in the stormy coastal woods of the Pacific Northwest.

James is a moody photographer from New York City whose wealthy family was recently murdered in a high Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:29
Ashley Abbiss Ashley Abbiss's blog:

Frustrated

Well, I'm feeling blah again and getting nothing done. Again. I'm just not getting my head back in the game here.

I'm currently trying to decide whether I need to step back and take more of a break or to leave this story for a while and start something else. I sometimes find that, although I like th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:20
D. J. Waldie D. J. Waldie's blog:

Author's Q and A

Becoming Los Angeles: Myth, Memory, and a Sense of Place blends memoir, historical investigation, and cultural criticism. Read answers to some questions posed on the eve of the book’s publication at https://djwaldie.com/becoming. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:18
Ray Seebeck Ray Seebeck's blog:

Book deal- Update

My book proposal for the Assorted Picture Book Collection has been finalized and is with my book agent to be sent along with samples to various publishing companies in New York City
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Published on August 07, 2020 14:04
Jean Lauzier Jean Lauzier's blog:

Where The Heart Is

Where The Heart Is Where The Heart Is by Jean Lauzier




I'm so excited to have finished and sent this out into the world. Years ago, I started it as a serial but life happened and then more life happened, and I never got back to it. Still, the characters called to me and I had to finish their story.

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Published on August 07, 2020 13:57
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

3/ ԹԵՈՍՈՖԻԱ


(Ինքնա)ճանաչողությունը համարժեք և նույնական է մարդու մտածողությանը հայտնի բոլոր գիտությունների, արվեստների, կրոնների, արհեստների, փիլիսոփայության ճյուղերի ... հավաքականությանը, բայց, միաժամանակ, ինքնուրույնաբար տարբերվում է դրանից՝ որպես կարևորագույն տարր կրող, որը թելի պես անցնում է յուրաքանչյուրի Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 13:49
E.S. Obern E.S. Obern's blog:

Free book promotion for "Sorrows of Grace"

Hey everyone!
Free ebook copies of "Sorrows of Grace" will be available via Amazon.com from August 10th until August 14th. Get ready to grab your copy!

Sorrows of Grace by E.S. Obern Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 13:51
Diana R. Johnston Diana R. Johnston's blog:

New Novel

Now that Megan Brick is over and done with in her little world of romance, I moved on to a new couple that was really getting under my skin. You met Cole Bingham in Life Lessons and ran into him again in English Lessons, but you don't know his story. Well, Lessons in Darkness is going to show you wh Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 13:44
Richard Abramson Richard Abramson's blog:

Seeking Meaning? An Old Book Worth Revisiting

In these trying times, we are beset by more than a virus. A brazen con man occupies the Oval Office, lying, cheating and stealing in plain sight while his enablers abet his crimes or, pretending nothing's wrong, look the other way. Trusted institutions have been hijacked by scoundrels who care about Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 13:26
Jo-Anne Joseph Jo-Anne Joseph's blog:

Cover Reveal

So excited to share the cover of Under my Skin. Only one week to go.Under My Skin

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Published on August 07, 2020 12:58
Katherine  Grant Katherine Grant's blog:

The Duchess Wager releases in one week!

The Duchess Wager releases one week from today! Eek!

In case you haven't heard, The Duchess Wager is the second full installment of The Countess Chronicles. I'm so excited to share it with y'all!

Here’s how *you* can prepare:

1. Read book 1 (if you haven’t already) for $1.99"

2. Pre-order the Duchess Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:56
Amit Arad Amit Arad's blog:

Russian edition

The Knizhniki Publishing House is excited to announce the release of the Russian edition of Amit Arad's "Lions of Judea". Based on extensive research this epic novel reconstructs Judea of the 2nd century BCE and brings to life the legendary story of the Maccabees. An engrossing read for all history Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:55
Richelle E. Goodrich Richelle E. Goodrich's blog:

Being Bold - Available to Pre-order NOW!


     Introducing the newest book in a line of inspirational and motivational books by American author, Richelle E. Goodrich. Being Bold includes original quotes, poetry, and the occasional short story for every day of the year. In the same vein as Smile Anyway, Making Wishes, and Slaying
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:49
Ellie Masters Ellie Masters's blog:

Firestorm Releases in 6 Days!

I’m here for you. Not for the short haul, not for the easy and fun times, but for the hard road and the difficult climbs.

FIRESTORM is an angsty, steamy contemporary romantic suspense set in K. Bromberg's Everyday Heroes World that will tug at your heartstrings and have your heart racing.

Grab your Co Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:42
J.N. Supermom J.N. Supermom's blog:

It’s Fuck It Friday!

Oh just drop whatever the fuck you are thinking about or are doing and say fuck it. Life is too short to worry about everything you have not had time to do or are scrambling to get done. Give yourself a fucking break!





I started my Fuck It Friday off right, I actually got up at five am, no reason, di

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Published on August 07, 2020 07:11
Michelle Barry Michelle Barry's blog:

An excerpt from Chapter "The Monster" We Stay In Our Own Tree - Shattering the Taboo of Abusive Incest

I open the bathroom door very quietly, so he doesn’t hear me. Can I tip toe to my bedroom undetected? Reaching my bedroom safely, and after closing the door, I finally let out a sign of relief. I attempt to dress myself as quickly as possible, I want to get back downstairs where I’ll be safe. After Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:34
William Graham William Graham's blog:

NOW AVAILABLE: Book Two of the Maine Murder Mysteries Series

Cadillac Mountain: Maine Murder Mysteries is Book Two of the Maine Murder Mysteries series. In this collection of six exciting stories, Detective Nadine McAfee solves the murders of a wealthy musician and a former major league baseball star. McAfee also revisits a thirty-year-old double murder after Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:32
Oliviu Craznic Oliviu Craznic's blog:

ADEVĂRURI ȘI REVELAȚII (CCCLXXVII): DECONSTRUCTIVISM

Oliviu Craznic 880. În mileniile trecute, prostul și nebunul puteau ajunge să dețină un rol important în societate, dacă făceau parte din familii ilustre, dacă dețineau averi ori dacă făceau, cu succes, uz de armă.
În Noul Mileniu, aceste condiții restrictive au fost eliminate.

881. Psihologia postmodernă nu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 13:05
Ann Christine Fell Ann Christine Fell's blog:

Re-Writing Life

[image error]What do you do when your first novel receives great reviews, and people urge you to write more? That’s the real test. Last week I listened in on a live interview with Edwin Hill, author of Little Comfort and The Missing Ones. He mentioned how there is a delicious freedom with the first

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Published on May 07, 2020 12:30
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

Sweet and Sour Sauce Bible – Part 2


Does the Bible Support Racism & Slavery?

It is well nigh impossible to watch the news today, without hearing the word “racism” and references to “ slavery” as the staple . Is the condition of Americans really such, that everyone is so thoroughly imbued with those two plagues as to

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Published on August 07, 2020 09:01
Elizabeth  Noble Elizabeth Noble's blog:

Pre-Orders and Sales

Pre-Order Electric Candle on Amazon for 20% off the regular price!

Electric Candle (The Sleepless City #2) by Elizabeth Noble

If you like fated mates who aren’t perfect for each other, a paranormal killer who might not be caught and found families then you’ll love Elizabeth Noble’s Electric Candle.

Get it on Amazon

A sneak peek:

No one was there, yet Forge Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 12:03
Catherine A. Wilcox Catherine A. Wilcox's blog:

Corona Fear

The words COVID-19 is synonymous with the word fear.

Fear, (its opposite energy is love) rears its ugly head on a personal level almost daily. Fear we don’t have enough; fear our children will be hurt; fear we left the iron on; fear we’re getting fat; fear of war.

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Published on August 07, 2020 11:59
Terri Boas Terri Boas's blog:

Two scoops of sauce!

 "An easy read; gripping and rather saucy too!"

I can't imagine what happens next? 

Mani pulled down his own, what?

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Published on August 07, 2020 04:03
Nadean Stone Nadean Stone's blog:

You Tube Author presentation hosted by NFCA - Nadean Stone guest author

Steve Rukavina, President of NFCA, invited me to participate in a Zoom Happy Hour Book Club event featuring 3 Croatian American authors.

Tuesday was our 31st wedding anniversary. So funny as I opened my presentation with a reading from the Prologue of my memoir which was on that same day in 2017.

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Published on August 07, 2020 11:36
Pascal Buniet Pascal Buniet's blog:

Post de la pagina TENERIFE BLUETRAIL

Pascal Buniet, un escritor amante del Trail ya con varias participaciones en nuestra carrera tal es así que ha elegido la prueba como escenario de intriga. En su última novela "Sombras en la meta", ambienta la trama e historia en el desarrollo de la CajaMar Tenerife Bluetrail (una desaparición de un Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 11, 2018 08:53
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