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Cedric Crumbley Cedric Crumbley's blog:

You'll be dead longer than you'll be alive

During the classic time of Greece a terrible thing happened in one of the temples. One night the statue of Zeus was smashed and desecrated.

An uproar arose among the inhabitants. They feared the vengeance of the gods.

The town criers walked city streets commanding the criminal to appear before the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 18:15
Janet Elizabeth Henderson Janet Elizabeth Henderson's blog:

Just a few more hours!!!

Waiting for a new book to be released is nerve wracking. I spent all of last night lying awake wondering if people will hate Red Zone because it isn't a rom com. Then I worried that they'd hate it because it had sci-fi and paranormal elements. That led to worry about the book falling between all... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 18:08
O.N. Stefan O.N. Stefan's blog:

Hope you having a great Easter with lots of chocolate eggs.

I've embarked on my third Amanda Blake thriller. I'm up to chapter 18 now and plan to power on for the next few weeks. I'm trying to complete as much as I can before I go on holiday to Eastern Europe.

The Deadly Caress is in a free giveaway on Prolific Works which is running from 1 - 30 April. Ta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 18:05
David Mellul David Mellul's blog:

How to Overcome Fears: The Practical Guide

Fears keep you from undertaking the most important steps in your life. Being afraid is a normal feeling everyone has. Your brain wants to protect you from danger, either it is imminent or in the long-term.

Putting yourself in discomfort on purpose is hard because it’s not what your brain wants. T...

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Published on April 21, 2019 01:00
Kyle Callahan Kyle Callahan's blog:

For My Next Trick…

Reading Time: 7 minutes

I published my first novel, Gods of the Hills: An Act of Secession, on Amazon Kindle this week. And that’s all I’m going to say about that.

Except…it does not feel like a major accomplishment. This has nothing to do with it not being accepted by a literary agent or publish...

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Published on April 19, 2019 12:33
Louise Bergin Louise Bergin's blog:

The Centurion

[image error]Some times story ideas take a very long time to marinate before they are ready to be told. Such was the case with The Centurion (published in 1966) by Leonard Wibberly. He is most famous for the book The Mouse that Roared, but it is The Centurion that has been in my memory for over f...

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Published on April 21, 2019 16:44
Peter Fotis Kapnistos Peter Fotis Kapnistos's blog:

hitlers doubles reviews

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Published on April 21, 2019 17:21
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

'THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY"

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CHAPTER 6 cont.....

"What now?" growled Eva.
"I'm really sorry to bother you again, Mrs Goldberg... "
His trembling voice told me he was agitated in the extreme. The normally very much in control giant was beside himself with worry over this.
"But this parcel..." He had dragged a square b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 17:09
William Meikle William Meikle's blog:

OPERATION: AMAZON

Operation Amazon (S-Squad Book 4) by William MeikleOPERATION: AMAZON follows the survivors of the Scottish Special Forces squad from INFESTATION, OPERATION: ANTARCTICA and OPERATION: SIBERIA, to the jungles of Amazonia and to the defence of a British mining operation that has hit trouble.

Big snake trouble

In this one you'll find snakes, beer, l... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 17:02
Ono Northey Ono Northey's blog:

Book will be free this easter monday!

Hi everyone, AWAKENING, book 1 of The Shard Chronicles will be available for free tomorrow only on Amazon!

Looking forward to all your awesome feedback!

Awakening: The Shard Chronicles Book 1


PS Book 2 is coming out this year! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 17:01
Bey Deckard Bey Deckard's blog:

The Wanderer – Part Eleven

Author’s Note:
This is an unedited, ongoing serial that will eventually be published in novel form. Plot/characters/elements are subject to change as it is being written. It’s currently in 1st person/present tense, but I may change it to past tense, excluding the first chapter which will act as an...

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Published on April 21, 2019 16:18
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

Joe Six Pack Celebrates

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Published on April 21, 2019 16:12
Wendell Whitney Thorne Wendell Whitney Thorne's blog:

About The Resurrection

The thing about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) that is most unsettling has to do with how few of us there are out here. Since I had my heart attack and the accompanying SCA (from which I was successfully resuscitated by a lot of people just doing their jobs), I've wanted very much to speak with a su... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 16:10
Frater Acher Frater Acher's blog:

Start with the End.

Open tombs













{ Introduction to a book in progress, titled ‘becoming king’ }

Let's start this journey at its end. Let's start with the moment you step into your grave.

I want you to read this paragraph, and then close your eyes. Close your eyes and look at yourself as the person you have become in the last momen...

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Published on December 27, 2018 21:46
M.F. Hopkins M.F. Hopkins's blog:

It's a miracle!

Right now, I'm currently a little over 77,900 words! For a slow poke like me, this is epic. lol
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:58
Wayne  Clark Wayne Clark's blog:

Need a movie about this

On Amazon on April 19, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars

By Rebecca A. 


The battle between Charlie and his other persona is very entertaining. The whole story was SO fun to read I could picture it so vividly in my mind and everything! I could see this being a magical movie. Loved it so much, from beginning to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:40
Patricia Correll Patricia Correll's blog:

Wow, You Did It, E.L. James

On this Easter, let us remember that it is possible to write a book so boneheaded and awful that an entire country gets mad at you.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019...

Do your research, fellow authors. Please. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:27
Testy  McTesterson Testy McTesterson's blog:

This is a test

This is a test
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:11
Alex Shaland Alex Shaland's blog:

About the Author of Suburbanites on Safari

Many who followed my wife Irene Shaland’s books, magazine articles, and lectures know me as a photographer who’s photos appeared in Irene’s publications and slide presentations. But only few know that I am also a writer myself. Now, that my first book Suburbanites on Safari is in print and sold i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:06
J. E. Pinto J. E. Pinto's blog:

The Ice Cream Man Sat Alone

The Ice Cream Man Sat Alone
by J. E. Pinto


Sleep is eluding me tonight. After gunning down thirteen innocent people twenty years ago at Columbine High School in Colorado, two teenage boys with their whole lives ahead of them killed themselves as well, and the United States of America has never been... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 15:02
Michael D.  Brown Michael D. Brown's blog:

The Light in Loreto

The Light in LoretobyÁlvaro Zúñiga
Scott, nearing middle-age, loses his job.Thinking a little time away might help him decide his future, he journeys to Mexico with his divorced father. Both find new paths to follow and the trip may bring them more than they had in mind in the first place.Availab... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2019 15:30
Michaela Maria Marshall Michaela Maria Marshall's blog:

About Freedom in Truth

In writing Freedom in Truth: Memoirs of Deliverance and Restoration from Past Abuse and Scandal, Michaela Maria Marshall (pseudonym) shares her account of being a victim of rape and incest in her early years, also the witnessing of a murder of a friend by one of her perpetrators who was attemptin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 14:59
Maria Savva Maria Savva's blog:

Book review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris

The Tattooist of AuschwitzThe Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Much of this book is difficult to read because of the subject matter; everything being related took place at a very dark time in history. However, I found that the prose flowed in a way that carried the story forward and kept my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 21, 2019 13:59
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