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Matthew Quick Matthew Quick's blog:
The Reason You're Alive by Matthew Quick“…this is an extremely powerful book, depicting the crushing damage the Vietnam War inflicted on a generation of many of our best young men …. As a psychiatrist in the USAF from 1968 to 1970 (in a non-combat role, thank God) I can attest to this book’s accuracy. If anything, it soft-pedals the r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 08:18 • 2 views
R. Felini R. Felini's blog:
No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories

I know I said that Lee Child was finished. Dead in the water. I may have been premature. We will see.

But if you haven't bothered with his 2017 book "No Middle Name" : The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories because of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 07:53 • 1 view
Antony J. Stanton Antony J. Stanton's blog:
Hi all,
last week I was lucky enough to be interviewed by BBC Radio regarding my books and the imminent Hollywood TV adaptation of them.

The World Alzheimer's Organisation celebrate World Alzheimer's Month in September. As the genesis of the 'zombies' in my post-apocalyptic thriller herald from a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 07:40 • 19 views
J.A. Armitage J.A. Armitage's blog:
Charm is finally out and getting stellar reviews. Check it out now
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You think you know the story of Cinderella... 
The kingdom needs an heir and Princess Charmaine is quite aware that the job rests solely upon her shoulders. When her elder sister dies, Charmaine has t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 07:39 • 1 view
C. Derick Miller C. Derick Miller's blog:
I liked this issue a lot more when it dealt with how you pee. That was so much simpler. Regardless of how I feel about the state of our country, I stand. On September 17th, 1997, I took an oath to my country and my flag to honor, love, respect, and protect it. Even though my time in the Army has... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 06:57 • 31 views
Julie Elizabeth Powell Julie Elizabeth Powell's blog:


REJOICE! The children are back in school.


For those who live to read...here are some awesome books provided by the incredible authors who wrote them. All in celebration of the new school year.


While a few of these books might be oldies, but goodies...others could be new and fresh off the presse...

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Published on September 26, 2017 06:54 • 10 views
J.B. Salsbury J.B. Salsbury's blog:
🌟 Fighting for Honor is LIVE! 🌟

"Grab your fainting couch and have some smelling salts on hand because Caleb is Grade-A Swoon-Worthy Material!"
-Michaelene, Goodreads reviewer

Fighting for Honor

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Published on September 26, 2017 06:35 • 14 views
Neil A. Hogan Neil A. Hogan's blog:
The Cardinal Sin of Science Fiction TV Series Since the 60s.

Star Trek Classic


It’s a wagon train to the stars kind of series, set in the far future, with advanced technology and highly intelligent people:


Investors: Let’s have a fight with a plastic dinosaur called The Gorn. The viewers love boxi...

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Published on September 22, 2017 00:37 • 8 views
Lisa M. Cronkhite Lisa M. Cronkhite's blog:
I lost my heart on 99th street.
She’s in a gray house,
walking through it over and over.

I don’t live there anymore.
One apartment and two houses later,
I moved on, but she didn’t.

My heart keeps opening
the front door, then closing it
right back up again.

Like that’s going to do anything.

I’m driving past... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 06:18 • 16 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
What's next for fans? Check out my Book Boyfriend Weekly! Click "See More" for new and upcoming release details.

*•.NEXT RELEASE - GET YOUR BRADEN FIX! .•*
💕THRILL OF LOVE rel 10/04/17💕
Fall in love with Ty Braden and Aiyla Bell. Fate brings them together, but will tragedy tear them apart?
➜KINDLE:... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 06:10 • 8 views
Sharon E. Cathcart Sharon E. Cathcart's blog:

I’m not what you’d call a sports fan.  I haven’t followed football since Jim McMahon left the Chicago Bears (I loved that he was such an iconoclast), so that should tell you something.


All over my Facebook feed for the past few days, people (all of them white) have been talking about how professio...

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Published on September 26, 2017 05:54 • 10 views
Eleanor Kuhns Eleanor Kuhns's blog:
On Saturday I spoke to the SINC (Sister in Crime) chapter to which I belong: the Mavens of Mayhem. SINC was started by Sara Paretsky in the 1980's to support women writers. At that time, women writers were hardly ever reviewed. (Many sources I see in the Library are still like this. Book page mys... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 05:43 • 10 views
Leonard Makin Leonard Makin's blog:
William Burroughs in search of mind-expanding Yage with letters to lover Allen Ginsberg. Included is 'I Am Dying, Meester', a cut-up technique developed further in THE SOFT MACHINE and in THE TICKET THAT EXPLODED. Published by Ferlinghetti's CITY LIGHTS BOOKS (champion of the BEATS) who described... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 05:52 • 26 views
M.L Ruscsak M.L Ruscsak's blog:
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Published on September 26, 2017 05:30 • 7 views
Joseph Haward Joseph Haward's blog:

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“The Cross is the ultimate symbol of the rejected, the forsaken, the cursed, and the despised, yet at the cross God is most present. At the cross we see our rejection of God, our violence, and our disorientating sinfulness crucified so that God can woo us back to himself, vowing to...

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Published on September 26, 2017 02:36 • 9 views
Mark Kloss Mark Kloss's blog:

I thought I would continue with my story about growing up and getting into writing.


My dissatisfied and frustrated life changed once I got my first guitar at the age of 13. I fell in love with the second-hand acoustic instrument from the off. Whereas others were learning the hits, I was most inte...

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Published on September 25, 2017 09:06 • 9 views
Shelby Rhodes Shelby Rhodes's blog:
Moving past the slightly upsetting events the other day. I am happy to say I have finished and submitted Stephan's Monster to the publisher. I  have started book three and I am also working on book one for a different but connected series call Shifters of Bram. If you want to follow (or stalk) my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2017 18:00 • 8 views
Arlie Corday Arlie Corday's blog:

[image error]Last week I learned an even worse synonym for senior citizen: dotard. A young madman used it to describe an older madman. One authority says a dotard is in “a state or period of decay marked by decline of mental poise.” I have nothing in common with these two madmen other than the po...

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Published on September 26, 2017 03:44 • 11 views
Qat Wanders Qat Wanders's blog:
Gut Yoga?

For those of us that have attended group Yoga classes, we are fully aware of the physical and mental benefits we walk away with. We know there are a ton of great things it can do for our body. But today I would like to talk a little bit about Yoga for the gut.


According to Yoga and ancie...

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Published on September 25, 2017 21:00 • 8 views
Michael Gallagher Michael Gallagher's blog:


Necessary Decisions
Author: Giacomo Giammatteo

Genre: Mystery


Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Free via Kindle Unlimited: No


Regular Price: $6.99

Today’s Price: $0.99


Click Here to Buy!




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Gino Cataldi is a man hanging on by a thread. Cancer took his wife, and drugs put his son in rehab. All he...

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Published on September 26, 2017 03:00 • 9 views
Paul Boggs Paul Boggs's blog:

by Stephen Baxter, Santa Cruz Sentinel


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Model, makeup artist and self-described “hustler” Alix Catherine Tichelman got all of the attention and none of the glamor she had been seeking when she appeared in Santa Cruz County Superior Court on Wednesday, facing felony charges of manslaughter, heroin...

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Published on September 25, 2017 11:32 • 1 view
Adem Cetinkaya Adem Cetinkaya's blog:
This presale report is based on information as of Sep. 25, 2017. The ratings shown are preliminary. This report does not constitute a recommendation to buy, hold, or sell securities. Subsequent information may result in the assignment of final ratings that differ from the preliminary ratings.Tabl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 26, 2017 04:40 • 1 view
W.L. Swarts W.L. Swarts's blog:

The Good: Caffeinated, Flavorful
The Bad: Not overly flavorful, Comparatively expensive
The Basics: Lavazza Caffe Filtro ground coffee is all right: not exceptional, not bad.


I often find myself looking for new coffees to thrill me and every now and then, I stumble upon a decent staple coffee. Lavaz... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2017 14:15 • 7 views
Boel Bermann Boel Bermann's blog:


Finfin chans att förfölja författarna i Fruktan under smygsläppet av den postapokalyptiska novellsamlingen ”Zonen vi ärvde” under bokmässan. Bli först i Sverige med att få veta som händer efter den stora katastrofen. Noveller inspirerade av Mutant: År Noll & utgivna av Fria Ligan. Finn Fru...

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Published on September 25, 2017 06:28 • 9 views
Sara Kipin Sara Kipin's blog:


kicking off the autumn season with private school occult murders

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Published on September 25, 2017 08:37 • 2 views
倪匡 倪匡's blog:

又是一個旅行的終結,大家覺得有點可惜,時間過得那麼快。


「參加農曆新年那一團,又是一個新的開始。」我又厚著臉皮,乘機宣傳。


臨走前遊函館朝市,這是全日本最大的晨早市場之一,各種海鮮,應有盡有。


走過亞拉斯加螃蟹檔,小販們把整隻大蟹活生生地煮熟了,拿把剪刀剪開螃蟹腳,要我們免費試吃。這幾天我已吃得生厭,但小販說在電視上看過我,高帽拚命戴。也好,吃牠一口。啊!原來那麼甜,現煮現吃,才有這種味道。大家都試了,結果一人買了一大隻,四公斤重,要賣八百塊港幣。


煮過很多隻螃蟹之後,鍋中的湯也拿出來賣,加了一點麵豉,每碗湯中還有幾大塊螃蟹肉,三百円一碗。


再走過幾檔,看見燒海膽,一個個海膽剝開,裏面的膏分八瓣,...

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Published on September 25, 2017 15:00 • 11 views
Ann S. Epstein Ann S. Epstein's blog:

On the Shore ends in 1925. What was happening on the U.S. cultural scene that year? People were listening and dancing to “Tea for Two”; watching Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush; eating ice cream in cones rolled by a machine; and complaining when Babe Ruth was fined and suspended after showing up...

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Published on September 25, 2017 06:31 • 1 view
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