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Ross Sidor Ross Sidor's blog:

Past, Present, and Future Antongists

The Spy Guys and Gals page for my books notes that series protagonist Avery is something of a cypher, but the bad guys are very good and given a lot of attention. This is deliberate on my part, and the reason why is perhaps the subject for a future blog post.
This trend is set to continue in th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:54
Wendy C Murphree Wendy C Murphree's blog:

New Release

I am about to publish a new book The Heart Made of Ice
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Published on May 26, 2019 17:01
Robert  Knapp Robert Knapp's blog:

RE: One-Star review of Scorpions Dream

My response to my one-star review for my book Scorpions dream on Amazon: All my books are exclusively available on Amazon and any reviews without the “Amazon Verified Purchase” badge means that the customer never bought the book. Unfortunately, this review is fraudulent and is not a valid represe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:58
E.A.  Green E.A. Green's blog:

Year of the Cicada.

This Season's Most Controversially Enjoyed Novel. Year of the Cicada
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:55
Charles  Thorpe Charles Thorpe's blog:

Identity Politics is Divisive

'“We are living in a world that is more divided, there’s more individualist thinking in relation to what is happening and less empathy, less hope.”

The challenge, he suggested, was to ensure “we don’t end up in the siloed world where everybody is hypersensitive about their own individual interests... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:43
Quentin S. Crisp Quentin S. Crisp's blog:

Sherds podcast: Graves interview

The following is a link to Sherds podcast #21, in which I am interviewed by Sam Pulham about my novel Graves:

http://www.holdfastnetwork.com/sherds...

The book is out on the 11th of June (next month). Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:23
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

'THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY"

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CHAPTER 20 cont.........

ENGLAND. My Daddy Bob and Mina had immigrated to Australia and left me behind with Mary Campbell. The sight of the big black taxi in my mind's eye woke me from my slumber to remember the scenes...........
Sophie took my hand as we stood outside the London train sta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:22
Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson's blog:

Regular Teenage Heroism

“I saw a spirit of heroism rise up from what appeared to be regular teenagers in the Columbine library, students who helped each other escape with little to no thought about their own personal safety.” –Over My Shoulder, Chapter 5 People were escaping for freedom, and I was lying critically injur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 07, 2019 20:10
S.A.  Harris S.A. Harris's blog:

Haverscroft Review by Paul Burke of nbmagazine

Here is an in-depth review of Haverscroft by Paul Burke, 26th May 2019.

https://nbmagazine.co.uk/haverscroft-...Haverscroft Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 16:08
Paul  Christensen Paul Christensen's blog:

1997

THE THRESHER is now moving into 1997.

Events
- Britain elects its creepiest-looking prime minister Tony Blair
- Pauline Hanson’s One Nation launched in Queensland
- Chess champion Kasparov defeated by a computer (Bobby Fischer alleges he threw the game for money)
- Princess Di carks it

Books
- The Black... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 15:48
James Stoakes James Stoakes's blog:

New Page

The new website, https://jamesstoakes.com/ is up and available to view.
On the site you can view snippets from each book including the up coming.
I've also started adding fun "Interviews" of the characters in the new book with plans on interviewing characters from the earlier books. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 15:30
Cynthia Ackley Nunn Cynthia Ackley Nunn's blog:

Ghosts in the Hills – Before & After

My book, Ghosts in the Hills: The History and Haunts of Quail Run Ranch, comes out in October 2019. I became acquainted with the property while conducting a paranormal investigation. The caretaker of the property told me about it and asked if my team would like to investigate. We jumped at the ch... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 18:54
Brent Towns Brent Towns's blog:

Relentless!

Relentless

Relentless is done and been through the editor and will be out on the 12th of June.
However it is available for pre-order.
This one will be another action-packed romp across Europe to save one of their own. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 15:14
Eldonna Edwards Eldonna Edwards's blog:

13 Reasons Why You Should Read Clover Blue

At first glance this photo looks like most any author talking up her new book on a tour of multiple radio shows, media interviews, bookstore signings and library events. She's trying not to look tired, despite having flown in from across the country late the night before and getting up on her we... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 13:03
John Anthony  Miller John Anthony Miller's blog:

Next release

I'm thrilled to announce the sale of my next novel, by my agent at Parkeast Literary, to Endeavour Media for release in late 2019.

Sinner, Saint, or Serpent: New Orleans, 1926. Two reporters investigate the murder of a ruthless businessman with dozens of enemies, three prominent women of New Orle... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 13:48
Joseph Baneth Allen Joseph Baneth Allen's blog:

Mission of Gravity

Just finished reading "Mission of Gravity" by Hal Clement, published by Del Rey Books back in January 1978.
For those who came in late - a reference fans of Lee Falk's "The Phantom" will catch on to, about two years ago I decided to launch what I call my "Great Re-Reading of Books I Enjoyed When I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 13:34
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Birmingham 1963 -- Children's Crusade -- Resolution and Retaliation

On Monday, May 6, Comedian Dick Gregory arrived in Birmingham and marched with the young demonstrators. Like hundreds before him, he was arrested. Law enforcement officials were working over time to keep up with the arrests. … Once again, Bull Connor summoned his firemen. With no place to run, no... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 13:26
Peter A. Serefine Jr. Peter A. Serefine Jr.'s blog:

NEW AMERICAN HISTORY

If progressives have their way American history will be sanitized to the point that it is no longer recognizable. American historical figures and heroes are being erased from our culture and vilified because they don’t fit the modern view of morality or political correctness.
First came the gener... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 13:15
Paul Brad Logan Paul Brad Logan's blog:

Ch. 1 and 2 from my book Goodbye Horses

First two chapters of my book, Goodbye Horses:
https://www.amazon.com/Paul-Brad-Loga...

Sheriff Junior Miles drove his old beat up F-150 out to Carol Humbard’s place. Most of the surrounding cities had updated their police and Sheriff’s vehicles but not Cynetech. Here the police cars were all about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 12:50
Ruth Pearce Ruth Pearce's blog:

Influence, the Project Motivator's Best Friend

This is the third in a series of posts based on the questions I ask project managers when we explore being a Project Motivator and the concepts of strengths-based project management. I ask these questions of my readers and workshop attendees, but I think it is important to be transparent, so I sh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 21:00
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