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Terri  Jones Terri Jones's blog:
I'm so excited that my next novel, The Homecoming, is now with my editor. It's the first book in my new White Oak series. I'm looking forward to getting it back in December and working toward to polishing the story and releasing it early next year. Stay tuned for more information!


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Published on November 14, 2018 06:26 • 2 views
Y.N. Daniel Y.N. Daniel's blog:
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If you start to cry, you're probably part of our tribe.
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Published on November 14, 2018 06:19 • 1 view
Carmine  Vittoria Carmine Vittoria's blog:
"Bitter Chicory to Sweet Espresso"

I will post from week to week one review from newspaper and magazine editors of my book "Bitter Chicory to Sweet Espresso".
First review: “Remarkably well researched and expertly written. The book provides different perspective of the War than anything a reader... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 06:07 • 1 view
Quintessa Turner Quintessa Turner's blog:
Being an author can be fun, but sometimes draining. The charcters that are trapped inside of our head tend to wanna get out at all times of the night. Lol I know it sounds silly, but its true. I often find myself writing or jotting down notes all through out the day.

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Published on November 14, 2018 05:53 • 4 views
Alan Jacobs Alan Jacobs's blog:

Alana Semuels writes,


If nothing else, Amazon’s HQ2 decisions may accelerate America’s great divergence, where highly educated urbanites are doing better and better, and everyone else is doing worse. Amazon has jobs outside of cities too, of course, but those are often low-paying and grueling job...

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Published on November 13, 2018 19:06 • 2 views
T.L. Branson T.L. Branson's blog:

The final novel in the Throne of Glass series, Kingdom of Ash, has officially released. Want to get your hands on it? Here’s a link.

In my previous post, I told you about my disease, MWS: Maas Withdrawal Syndrome. But now that the series is complete there’s one big, gaping question: WHAT DO I READ...

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Published on November 14, 2018 00:38 • 2 views
A.J.  Ryder A.J. Ryder's blog:

Hello, my darlings! ❤


From today (November 13th) to Thursday, November 15thDestined for the Dragon will be available for FREE on Kindle!


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That’s right…FREE!!!


If you have yet to grab yourself a copy, this is your chance to grab one for a steal. If you already have a copy of your own, t...

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Published on November 13, 2018 07:15 • 1 view
Ann Patchett Ann Patchett's blog:

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It’s the calm before the holiday storm here at Parnassus. We’re one week away from Thanksgiving, which means we’re also a week away from one of the busiest bookstore weekends and one of our favorite days of the year: IndieNashGiving. You may know it as Small Business Saturday — and...

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Published on November 14, 2018 03:43 • 7 views
Grea Alexander Grea Alexander's blog:
I've self-published to date primary due to the following considerations:

JANET JACKSON ISN’T THE ONLY PERSON WHO WANTS CONTROL

I prefer to have 100% creative control over what I write. Traditional publication requires a lot of compromise in order to suit the tastes of a myriad of people involved at... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 05:34 • 14 views
Michael        Wright Michael Wright's blog:
Increasing Political Tensions. A coup attempt by Panamanian military officers against Noriega fails. The threat is heightened against Panamanian opposition leaders, including Elena’s father and brother and Mark’s friend Pedro.


See website below for more information and purchase options.

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Published on November 14, 2018 05:32 • 4 views
Kate Forest Kate Forest's blog:


I’ve never learned to ride a bike. It’s not simply that I don’t excel at riding a bike, I’ve never ever propelled a bicycle through my own power. I’m in awe that anyone can get going and keep it from toppling over.There are a number of factors that went into this deficit. The first is that I grew... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 05:15 • 4 views
Bellann Summer Bellann Summer's blog:
It is 13 degrees Fahrenheit outside right now. I am so happy little Ollie now sleeps through the night. Standing outside in my nightgown in this cold is not my idea of a good time. We are going into the city this morning. I would prefer to work on my story. I know exactly what is going to happen.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 04:57 • 3 views
Claire Buss Claire Buss's blog:
This week I am delighted to be having a slice of cake with author Lizzie Page.


Lizzie grew up in Southend, Essex then studied politics at University. After that, she travelled and worked abroad, mostly teaching Estuary English to unsuspecting students in Paris and Tokyo. Lizzie now lives in Leigh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 04:12 • 1 view
Cristina Ferreira Cristina Ferreira's blog:

Estava nervosa. Mas mesmo nervosa. A imponência do edifício Saint Jonhs College também acrescentava solenidade ao momento. E a Directora Global de Cambridge na primeira fila impunha responsabilidade. É que este é um projecto muito sério. Cambridge é uma das instituições mais antigas e de maior cr...

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Published on November 14, 2018 03:22 • 1 view
Becky Benishek Becky Benishek's blog:
2018 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards--Bronze Medal Winner

"Riveting action thriller. Terrific dialogue, amazing intrigue and intense action keep you turning pages. Spirals to an explosive conclusion. Well-written. Excellent story!" -Readers' Favorite Review

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Published on November 14, 2018 05:13 • 5 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
"Welcome to the Whiskeys series, where all the men are larger than life and sexy as sin!" - RT Book Reviews

🔥☠🔥 HOT NEW RELEASE 🔥☠🔥
A devastatingly sexy doctor. A wary and pregnant single mother. A secret that could cost them everything.
WICKED WHISKEY LOVE is NOW LIVE!!!
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Published on November 14, 2018 05:10 • 2 views
Keren Verna Keren Verna's blog:

TRABAJO DE MATAR MONSTRUOS
Ready Player One

Por fin pude ver Ready Player One . Le tenía muchas ganas, como buena  gamer me que soy. El trailer me pareció espectacular así que en esta entrada, libre de spoilers, voy a hablar sobre algunos aspectos que más me interesaron de la película.Esta película está dirigida... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 13, 2018 06:54 • 1 view
Penny Reid Penny Reid's blog:

I am SO EXCITED to share the first two chapters from MOTION with all of you!

One week.
Home alone.
Girl genius.
Unrepentant slacker.
What’s the worst that could happen?

Mona is a smart girl and had everything figured out a long time ago. She had to. She didn’t have a choice. When your parents are...

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Published on November 13, 2018 09:25 • 3 views
Rabb Marcellus Rabb Marcellus's blog:
My New Novel
I have just completed a new novel called “The Other Side of Tomorrow”, and published it on Amazon Kindle. It is another science fiction about a new colony on a planet called Carina 3. It is a sequel to “The Suns Own Tomorrow”, but is also a stand alone story. I’m pretty pleased with i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 05:04 • 3 views
Mindy Starns Clark Mindy Starns Clark's blog:
Have you ever seen a stranger who looked just like you? I have, but before I tell you about it, I thought I'd quickly mention this great ebook sale. A few weeks ago, I posted 5 Great Book Deals You Don't Want to Miss. Those 5 deals are still available–and here's a 6th one as well...



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Published on November 14, 2018 05:00 • 4 views
Nick Krauser Nick Krauser's blog:
You are all well aware of how heroes swashbuckle through an adventurous tale of derring do [1] in which damsels are rescued from distress, dastardly villains are dispatched to the underworld, and wrongs are righted. You’ll be equally aware of …

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Published on November 13, 2018 10:17 • 1 view
Kip Koelsch Kip Koelsch's blog:
Wendall's Lullaby by Kip Koelsch
MEET BEE: WENDALL'S LULLABY
Tursiops truncatus--bottlenose dolphin. Female. Beached and injured in a hurricane. Nursed back to health at Dolphin Towne. Soulmate to Jasmine Summers?

Learn more about BEE for just 99 cents when you order the Amazon Kindle edition of the thought-provoking Wendall's Lu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 05:01 • 5 views
Ton van 't Hof Ton van 't Hof's blog:
Het verlangen naar spetterend vers (7) In mijn inbox zat een reclamemail van INDEX Poetry Books, een vrij nieuwe, in poëzie gespecialiseerde boekenzaak in Leiden. In deze mail wordt o.a. de nieuwe bundel van Rae Armantrout aangeprezen, Wobble, die onlangs in een hardcover editie verscheen bij Wes... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 13, 2018 07:54 • 2 views
Joanna Gaines Joanna Gaines's blog:

With the arrival of each new season, there are always a few things here at Magnolia that we look forward to sharing with you. The first is revealing the new visual displays that go up at the Market. Just last week, our team completed the holiday transformation inside the market. Their creativity...

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Published on November 13, 2018 10:46 • 4 views
S. Burke S. Burke's blog:

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Hello and a warm welcome to the Watch #RWISA Write Spotlight Tour!


Meet our featured author John W. Howell.


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Trouble by John W. Howell ©2108


I know its morning, but I don’t want to open my eyes. I am starting to remember what went on last night and I don’t even want to...

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Published on November 13, 2018 22:57 • 5 views
Suanne Schafer Suanne Schafer's blog:

Diane Byington’s new novel, Who She Is, was released March 20, 2018 by Red Adept Publishing. I’m thrilled to be interviewing her as we went through the Stanford University On-Line Creative Writing Certificate Program together. We completed our women’s fiction novels under the guidance of Stanford...

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Published on November 13, 2018 10:00 • 5 views
Melody Warnick Melody Warnick's blog:
My Favorite Things 2018

Not long after I moved from Austin, Texas, to Blacksburg, Virginia, I met this beautiful blonde woman named Melissa at church. We started chatting, and eventually she mentioned that she ran her own blog. “Oh yeah?” I said, “What’s your blog called?”

“320 Sycamore,” she...

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Published on November 12, 2018 23:23 • 2 views
Clare Lindeque Clare Lindeque's blog:
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A recent low tide visit to the beach at Platboom near Cape Point, on the Atlantic coast of the peninsula, enabled us to watch a troop of Chacma baboons (Papio ursinus)  foraging for limpets, mussels and other marine snacks on the rocks at low tide. The baboons bi...

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Published on November 13, 2018 22:31 • 1 view
J.T. Ellison J.T. Ellison's blog:
Happy Release day to us! THE SIXTH DAY trade paperback is on sale today! Look at this gorgeous artwork! It’s stunning, and I love it!








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Published on November 13, 2018 05:45 • 2 views
William Meikle William Meikle's blog:
The latest in the S-Squad series, OPERATION: LOCH NESS launches and the team return home, to meet a legend.

If you feel like giving me a hand, please retweet this Tweet --> https://twitter.com/williemeikle/stat... and make an old man very happy.

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Published on November 14, 2018 04:03 • 3 views
S.A. Gibson S.A. Gibson's blog:
An Obituary: Todd Bol, creator of Little Free Library, dies at 62

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…Bol repurposed wood from his garage to build a dollhouse-size library in the shape of a one-room schoolhouse. He decorated the structure with a steeple and a tinny toy bell. He painted the library red, using bright whi...

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Published on November 13, 2018 04:27 • 4 views
Wendell Whitney Thorne Wendell Whitney Thorne's blog:
I grew up in the Boston suburb of Hanover and therefore was a Red Sox fan (which explains a lot about me). My shop is decorated, in part, by a lot of Red Sox memorabilia. Banners, photos, posters, etc. My favorite is the signed and numbered panoramic framed photo of Dave Roberts sliding under Der... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 03:56 • 4 views
Amalia Carosella Amalia Carosella's blog:
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Heiko Kuschel Heiko Kuschel's blog:
Autor/in: Andreas Eschbach



Was wäre, wenn Sir Charles Babbage seine (theoretisch tatsächlich funktionsfähige) „analytical engine“ in den 1840ern erfolgreich zu Ende entwickelt hätte? Wenn es Computer schon einhundert Jahre früher gegeben hätte? Was wäre, wenn das Deutsche Reich führend gewesen wä...

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Published on November 13, 2018 23:39 • 4 views
Emily Skrutskie Emily Skrutskie's blog:


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Happy launch day, little book! ❤ I have spent ten years with you, dreaming you up, writing you into existence, and now you’re out there, in the world, finding your readers. And even though our time together is over, I find comfort in the thought that stories, as long as they’re shared,...

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Published on November 13, 2018 19:12 • 4 views
J.L. Aarne J.L. Aarne's blog:


So, this is the new cover for I Hear They Burn for Murder (and hopefully the last). It’s gone through a couple new ones in the past year, in large part because I’m not working with the cover artist who designed the first original cover anymore. I also asked a small test group about the old cover...

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Published on November 13, 2018 11:00 • 4 views
Anne Mercier Anne Mercier's blog:


Hi everyone,


I’m not sure why I’m getting emails from readers asking for me to send them a copy of the Xander Christmas short stories, but they are not free at this time.


I realize there are issues with Amazon search and certain books not appearing for customers, and I apologize on their behalf....

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Published on November 13, 2018 15:18 • 8 views
Jacquie Biggar Jacquie Biggar's blog:
Fall in love this holiday season with this heartwarming story about finding romance, the magic of Christmas, and the importance of family...
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Published on November 14, 2018 01:00 • 4 views
J.D. Barker J.D. Barker's blog:

First off, I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to vote for DRACUL! With over 900,000 books published… MORE


The post DRACUL made the FINALS for the GoodReads Choice Awards! #DRACUL appeared first on J.D. BARKER.

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Published on November 13, 2018 08:11 • 6 views
Martine Jane Roberts Martine Jane Roberts's blog:
Still plenty of time to vote. Please share and ask your friends to vote too I don’t get anything other than a cyber badge for winning, but it would mean a lot to me. A BIG Thank You from me to you . M xx https://alternative-read.com/2018/11/... Hi everyone. I am so excited. The cover of […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 13, 2018 04:33 • 3 views
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:
I did an extensive interview for Fatherly, one of the most prominent sites for fathers. Give it a read to hear more about the #transhumanist future of parenting: https://www.fatherly.com/love-money/r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 14, 2018 03:17 • 4 views
Julia Quinn Julia Quinn's blog:

Read | Buy


We’re just one week away from RELEASE DAY: November 20! In a Starred Review, Publishers Weekly declares Poppy & Andrew’s story “a real treat for Quinn’s fans and anyone who loves historical romance.” Team JQ thinks it’s high time everyone meets Captain Andrew James Rokesby, who mak...

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Published on November 13, 2018 08:34 • 11 views
Rhys Ford Rhys Ford's blog:

Get the WHOLE Murder and Mayhem Series in Nov for less than $6! Including the standalone short, Cops and Comix, out Nov 16th!


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Cops and Comix (Release Date: Nov 16)

A Murder and Mayhem Short



It’s all fun and games until someone leaves a dead body on the floor.


Life for comic boo...

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Published on November 13, 2018 11:10 • 4 views
Nate Silver Nate Silver's blog:

Welcome to FiveThirtyEight’s weekly politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited.




sarahf (Sarah Frostenson, politics editor): So we’re here today to talk about the midterm elections and the BLUE WAVE … or blue trickle? Which is it, team!?!


nrakich (Nathaniel Rakich, elections analyst...

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Published on November 14, 2018 03:01 • 4 views
Tanya J. Peterson Tanya J. Peterson's blog:

Journaling reduces axiety and increases mental health and wellbeing. Learn benefits of journaling and peek at The Mindfulness Journal for Anxiety.


The Mindfulness Journal for Anxiety  is on its way, and it’s coming to help you quiet anxiety and develop your own personal version of stillness and inner peace. When it comes to mental health and wellbeing, journaling simply works. The Positive Psychology Program, an organization dedicated...

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Published on November 13, 2018 19:42 • 3 views
Hayden Wand Hayden Wand's blog:

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All right, despite being in the “writing community” for years, for some reason I didn’t know about YALLFest until LAST YEAR. I suppose I’ve always assumed that major writing events like this just don’t happen in my area. But boy, was I wrong. THIS IS A MAJOR THING THAT HAPPENS ONCE...

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Published on November 13, 2018 07:18 • 7 views
Lea Wait Lea Wait's blog:

Is there anything more trite than observations about the changing seasons and how we react to those changes?  Poets, composers, and painters have had a field day with that subject, using it to explore attitudes toward life and death, the cycle of the seasons serving as a metaphor for the cycle of...

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Published on November 13, 2018 22:16 • 5 views
Lisa Jacobson Lisa Jacobson's blog:
The Greatest Gift to Encourage Your Child in a Faithful Life

More than anything, I want our children to walk faithfully. To live a life faithful to God.


I’m not saying they need to be “perfect”—just that I deeply desire them to walk with God.


And not only now while they’re here under our roof, but when they leave our home too.


It’s what I prayed for our olde...

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Helena Hunting Helena Hunting's blog:

It’s finally here! It felt like today would never come, didn’t it? I am so excited to share this final book in The Pucked Series with all of you. This has been such a fun cast of characters to write, and while I’m sad for it to come to an end, I’m looking forward to […]


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Published on November 13, 2018 06:17 • 6 views
K.  Webster K. Webster's blog:
Cold Cole Heart
Cold Cole Heart

Author: K Webster
Genres: Dark, Romance
Tag: Standalone
ASIN: B07KDQ991H

I’m wicked and sadistic.
I am Cold Cole Heart.
My mission is death and their payment to me has come due.
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About the Book


I once was a hero.
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Published on November 13, 2018 17:05 • 5 views
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