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Derek Haines Derek Haines's blog:

Marked : Frank J Musumici

Marked : Frank J MusumiciF.B.I. New York Special Agent in Charge willing to bend the law to find his missing niece.


New Jersey Mafia Capo calls in his markers to help locate his goddaughter.


A Native American whose expertise is finding missing persons comes to New York to assist.


Take a journey with the unlikeliest of characte

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Published on September 29, 2020 06:00
Debra Salonen Debra Salonen's blog:

It’s a wrap, folks! All The Stars In Montana is live.





My new release, All The Stars In Montana, wraps up the Property Sisters of Montana series. Ending a series is always bittersweet because I’ve spent a good year with these characters in my head and on paper. But sharing them with the world is the end goal. So, my friends, meet the McCall sisters:

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Published on September 29, 2020 14:49
Russell Roberts Russell Roberts's blog:

Ridiculous Widespread Beliefs

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A friend of mine, who wishes to remain anonymous, put this question to me: What are the five most ridiculous beliefs that many people hold about economics or politics – beliefs that should be recognized as ridiculous by any sane adult, regardless of education or exposure to

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Published on September 29, 2020 13:25
Beverley Kendall Beverley Kendall's blog:

Review ❤️ My Kind of Earl by Vivienne Lorret

Jane Pickerington never intended to start a brawl in a brothel. She only wanted to research her book. Yet when her simple study of scoundrels goes awry, she finds herself coming to the rescue of a dark, enigmatic stranger… who turns out …

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Published on September 29, 2020 05:12
Marie Sexton Marie Sexton's blog:

Adventures of a Newbie Birder

Like many of you, I found myself rather bored and tired of staring my own walls at some point this summer. And like many of you, I decided it was a perfect time to familiarize myself with birds. After all, birds are everywhere! Here was a new hobby I could enjoy from the relative comfort of my kitch

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Published on September 29, 2020 13:39
Sheila O'Flanagan Sheila O'Flanagan's blog:

PA/ Administrative Assistant, 12m FTC, Hodder & Stoughton



Hodder & Stoughton, a division of Hachette UK, is looking for an enthusiastic PA/administrative assistant to provide administrative and organisational support to the Managing Director and editorial team.

Who we are and what we do

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Published on September 29, 2020 10:08
Diane Craver Diane Craver's blog:

Countdown to Wedding!

Picture Our son is getting married this Saturday. Our daughter Amanda is thrilled to be a bridesmaid for the first time. A bridesmaid dropped out so Amanda was asked the end of August to fill in. We went to David's Bridal to get her dress ordered. They didn't have her size. The only one they had closest to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 05:09
Manny Pacheco Manny Pacheco's blog:

“Forgotten Hollywood”- Mac and Helen

Manny P. here…


“`Two fabulous song-stylists have passed away within hours of each other. They also dabbled in motion pictures.


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“`A performer since childhood, Helen Reddy was part of a show-business family in Melbourne, Australia. She won a contest that brought her to the United Stat

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Published on September 29, 2020 23:15
Granta: The Magazine of New Writing Granta: The Magazine of New Writing's blog:

Sleeping Beauty

Today I’m Cinderella. My dress still smells under the armpits from the July day in Los Feliz when I had to do a party for ten children in 98 degree weather. The nylon is sticking to the backs of my thighs and I roll down the window to try and get a breeze while I adjust the wig over my hair. It’s al

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Published on September 28, 2020 08:52
Robin Palmer Robin Palmer's blog:

Bored?

I have two ideas for you.

First, go pre-order the new Lucy B. Parker book Vote For Me! by clicking here

And after you've done that, go to Facebook and "like" me on my fan page by clicking here. That way you can be sure to keep up to date on all any breaking news about my life that might occur. (as if Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 11, 2011 19:34
Pat Mora Pat Mora's blog:

New in paperback: Water Rolls, Water Rises/El agua rueda, el agua sube

Water Rolls Water RisesPat’s book Water Rolls, Water Rises/El agua rueda, el agua sube is now available in paperback! the book received many positive reviews and was a Charlotte Zolotow Award Honor book for 2015.


Green star icon"Evocative watercolor images and graceful short poems in Spanish and English celebrate water in all its forms

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Published on September 29, 2020 10:56
Colleen Houck Colleen Houck's blog:

Fall 2020 YA Scavenger Hunt

Are You Ready to Hunt?



The Fall 2020 Scavenger Hunt is here! For those of you who don’t know what YASH stands for, the YA means Young Adult, as in books, S is for Scavenger, and the H is for Hunt! Since fall is the perfect time for hunting, what could be more fun than hunting for books?





Fall 2020 YA Scavenger Hunt Image





“The tree

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Published on September 29, 2020 11:00
Scott Berkun Scott Berkun's blog:

Lessons from the Xerox-914: the first real copy machine


A great innovation in business tech was announced on Sept. 16th in 1959 – The Xerox 914. It is one of the great breakthroughs in office technology and product design.




It was the first copy machine that resembles the ones we know and the inventions inside it led to the laser printers we use today. It

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Published on September 16, 2020 15:26
Harry Connolly Harry Connolly's blog:

Circle of Enemies Audiobook Available Today

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Fiery!


If I had any brains, I would have posted this much earlier, and started sending the announcement newsletter at midnight last night. Unfortunately, today is Blursday, and yesterday was Blursday, too, so I lost track of the date.


Note to self: write rent check.


So, yes, the audiobook

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Published on September 29, 2020 11:33
Austin Kleon Austin Kleon's blog:

The past 100 days

My lunar calendar

“I am capable of learning nothing from almost any experience, no matter how profound.”

—Tim Kreider, We Learn Nothing


100 days ago, I announced I was easing up on blogging and fun daily projects like my blind contour drawings, mini zines, and collage houses, to star work in ea

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Published on September 29, 2020 10:17
James Gunn James Gunn's blog:

Free Soccer Betting Tips To Make Smarter Bets!

Each one Everybody Enjoys to win while Placing soccer bets, this report may help to locate useful tips for more difficult bets. More recently, there is an overwhelming requirement of soccer betting selections among the newcomer in addition to experienced gamblers, so the gambling tips can enhance th

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Published on September 29, 2020 00:21
Sylvia Hubbard Sylvia Hubbard's blog:

Are you following me on Youtube? Are you ready to grow? Get reader and writing insights? Subscribe Now

Check out my Youtube channel – click here to subscribe Don’t forget to subscribe here and on my websites. Check out all my books at Http://sylviahubbard.com/books Or directly at Amazon Http://amazon.com/author/sylviahubbard Get a free publishing quick check guide at Http://howtoebook.org Support my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 02:33
Jaden Hair Jaden Hair's blog:

How to Cook Freekeh

Starting with this easy recipe, you can make a pot of freekeh anytime you need a healthy whole grain to make the base of your Buddha bowl, soup, grain bowl, or salad!





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Freekeh, pronounced “FREAK-uh,” are the chewy, nutty-tasting grains extracted from the roasting of durum wheat. They

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Published on September 29, 2020 17:09
Roland Kelts Roland Kelts's blog:

Two talks in October: MONKEY Launch and A Conversation with Mieko Kawakami

I'll be participating in two public events next month, one of which may have a live audience in addition to Zooming heads. Hope you'll join us, online or off. 

•    Saturday 10/10, 10am - 12 pm Japan Standard Time (Friday 10/9, 9pm - 11 pm EST, 6pm - 8pm PST): Voices from Japan: Launching the New Lit

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Published on September 29, 2020 01:48
Darren Shan Darren Shan's blog:

Tattoo Tuesday’s most infamous mistake!

Tattoo Tuesday returned last week after quite a long break, and a couple of fans have shared new tattoos with me in its wake, which I'll be highlighting over the coming weeks. But I'm going to kick things off with this blast from the past...

 

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Published on September 28, 2020 21:03
David Petersen David Petersen's blog:

Black Axe #6 Creator Commentary



I've made a Creator Commentary video for the sixth issue/chapter of Mouse Guard: The Black Axe!  Please feel free to follow along in your copy of the story in either issue form of from the hardcover as I talk about the behind the scenes details, art notes, and my head-space as I go page by page Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 06:00
C.C. Bridges C.C. Bridges's blog:

Stealing Jennifer is out now!

Exciting news! Stealing Jennifer is finally out! This is a fun little bisexual heist story I wrote.


Cover of Stealing Jennifer. Image of a woman with blond hair and dark glasses in front of a computer


Jennifer, Sean, and Maria are jewel thieves—and lovers. When a job gone wrong sees Jennifer in the hands of the FBI, Sean and Maria have to figure out how to break her out. It’s no easy feat, sinc

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Published on September 29, 2020 10:24
William G. Bentrim William G. Bentrim's blog:

Short Cut by J. Gregory Smith


I’ve enjoyed reading Smith’s books since he started writing.  I feel fortunate to have discovered him early as it has been a pleasure seeing him develop as a writer.   This book is the Reluctant Hustler Book 2.   Now I have to get book one as I really enjoyed this book.   Kyle is the reluctant h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 08:36
Kathi Lipp Kathi Lipp's blog:

428 Getting Over the Fear of Getting Rid of It: Why It Feels Impossible to Declutter During a Crisis (And 4 Ways to Keep Going When It’s Hard)









Kathi and her coauthor, Cheri Gregory, are back with us today in Part 2 of this series talking about the guilt those of us who deal with clutter know all too well. Friends, in this series, we’re learning together how to get rid of the fear and guilt and keep goi

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Published on September 29, 2020 01:00
Patti O'Shea Patti O'Shea's blog:

Work In Progress: Wicked Salvation

For my readers wondering what's up next now that Wicked Intention has been released, I thought I'd talk about what I'm working on now.
Wicked Salvation is Griff's story. If you've finished Intention, then you saw Griff meet his heroine near the end of the book. As you know if you've read the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 06:00
Ken Ham Ken Ham's blog:

Which Christian College Should I Attend?


It���s a big question for many people: ���Which Christian college should I attend?��� The majority of Christian colleges have abandoned biblical authority and instead have added man���s ideas into Scripture. These schools can do much more harm than good to a young person���s faith (sometimes even mo

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Published on September 29, 2020 03:00
David M. Gross David M. Gross's blog:

Tax Refusal in the Abolitionist Movement · TPL


This interesting excerpt from Black Freedom: The Nonviolent Abolitionists from 1830 through the Civil War (Carleton Mabee, 1970) introduces some tax refusal advocates from that period that I had not come across before:




Like the Garrisonians, Thoreau defied the fugitive slave law; he hid a fugitive

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Published on September 30, 2020 00:08
Camy Tang Camy Tang's blog:

Book review: A Portrait of Loyalty by Roseanna M. White

A Portrait of Loyalty (The Codebreakers Book 3)

Zivon Marin was one of Russia's top cryptographers, until the October Revolution tore apart his world. Forced to flee after speaking out against Lenin and separated from his brother along the way, he arrives in England driven by a growing anger and dete Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2020 12:00
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