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Jenn  Webster Jenn Webster's blog:
Well, folks, I do not wish to say this, but here it is: Today and tomorrow are your final chances to enter my giveaway in which 5 of you could be the lucky winners of my newest Amazon Kindle Edition ebook, "DOVER, DELAWARE IN BLACK & WHITE"; This new ebook is a monochromatic tour of some of t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2018 02:40 • 18 views
Josu Lorenzo Grilli Josu Lorenzo Grilli's blog:
¡Hola!

Esta es mi primera entrada como autor (so exciting!) así que espero estar haciéndola como se debe.

Quería comentaros que ya están disponibles las primeras páginas de Bajo nuestra piel, mi primera novela. Podéis leer le primer capítulo haciendo click en el enlace que os dejo bajo estas líneas... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2018 02:15 • 5 views
Ann Leckie Ann Leckie's blog:

Hey, everybody, look at this awesome list of finalists for this year’s Nebula Awards!


It’s full of either stuff I’ve read and loved, or stuff I’m really looking forward to reading! Followers of this blog will recognize a few titles as things I’ve recommended in the recent past–like Fonda Lee’s Jad...

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Published on February 22, 2018 07:48 • 9 views
Angelo Aulisa Angelo Aulisa's blog:
Hi friends , we continue our journey towards civilization , so the world as become unlivable due the climate change consequence of pollution contamination poisonous done by men , now i want say that there is out wards pollution contamination poisonous of air ambient echo system generally , and th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2018 02:04 • 11 views
Nerea Nieto Nerea Nieto's blog:

Casa del Libro Gran Vía cierra temporalmente


La emblemática librería de Casa del Libro Gran Vía 29 de Madrid cerrará temporalmente sus puertas el 22 de febrero por una renovación de sus instalaciones. No sé si la conocéis, pero yo personalmente he pasado muy buenos ratos entre sus estanterías.


Ésta es su fachada: los amantes de los libros d...

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Published on February 22, 2018 05:48 • 6 views
Florence Witkop Florence Witkop's blog:

Normally, it’s done by putting the character’s thoughts in italics. A simple, elegant solution that readers understand because it’s done so often that it’s almost a rule.

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Published on February 22, 2018 06:45 • 1 view
Rob Bignell, Editor Rob Bignell, Editor's blog:

Changing Book-2282152_1280fonts and sizes of lettering in your manuscript can make navigating it easier for readers. Chapter and section heads, for example, often are boldface and use larger lettering than the main text, as this indicates shifts in topics. The size and typeface of any text is called a style, and...

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Published on February 22, 2018 05:00 • 1 view
Peggy Jaeger Peggy Jaeger's blog:

[image error]The prompt of this piece is the worst writing advice I’ve ever gotten. I’m gonna share that, but a little backstory first so you can understand why the advice was the worst!


I’ve been searching for a literary agent since I started my journey in publishing. Haven’t found one yet but it...

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Published on February 23, 2018 01:48 • 25 views
Jim   Lyon Jim Lyon's blog:






























CLICK HERE FOR FREE KINDLE COPY FEBRUARY 23 – 27

GIVEAWAY―The Giant Chinchilla of Oz

The Giant Chinchilla of Oz is an exciting, funny, thought-provoking and clever mixture of L. Frank Baum, Norton Juster (The Phantom Tollbooth), and Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Eleven-year old Jason Bran... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 23, 2018 01:40 • 1 view
Sadie Grubor Sadie Grubor's blog:

 





Title: Return To Us
Author: Christy Pastore
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Editor: Missy Borucki
Cover Designer: Sara Eirew
Models: Annie Chartrand and Justin Edwards
Publisher: Christy Pastore Publishing LLC
Publication Date: Feb. 22nd, 2018

Hosted by: Lady Amber’s Reviews & PR


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Published on February 22, 2018 05:00 • 6 views
Paolo Cognetti Paolo Cognetti's blog:
"Strano che così poche persone vengano nei boschi a vedere come il pino vive e cresce sempre più in alto, sollevando le sue braccia sempreverdi alla luce - a vedere la sua perfetta riuscita. I più invece si accontentano di guardarlo sotto forma delle tavole portate al mercato, e considerano quell... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 03:25 • 6 views
Nicola Griffith Nicola Griffith's blog:

“Hallucinatory…disorienting, destabilizing, and game-changing. I’ve never read anything like it.”1


“Successfully disguised as a page-turning thriller…also a deep meditation on marginalization, vulnerability, and resistance.”2


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MCD x FSG Originals, 15 May 2018

cover design Boyang Xia

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Published on February 22, 2018 07:07 • 6 views
Benedict Jacka Benedict Jacka's blog:

A double-length Ask Luna today. It’s a weird thought that I’ve been doing this for a hundred episodes. Back when I started, it was because Alex couldn’t be bothered to handle the Arcana Emporium email account and got me to do it instead. Since then we’ve gone from me working at the Arcana Emporiu...

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Published on February 23, 2018 01:00 • 1 view
David  Brooks David Brooks's blog:
Steven Pinker is what we need now.
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Published on February 22, 2018 18:24 • 10 views
Doris O'Connor Doris O'Connor's blog:

Happy Friday, peeps. I don't know about you, but when I saw the picture we were given today, I knew exactly who and what this hunk was.... Enjoy my take on it, I hope :-) 

Picture

Groaning, Sam came to.

Where the hell am I?

These strange blackouts were becoming more and more frequent. He sat up slowly, figh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 16:00 • 6 views
Erin M. Leaf Erin M. Leaf's blog:
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STRONGHOLD Series by Erin M. Leaf 
4 Books in 1 BIG Volume

DARK ~ DUSK ~ DAWN ~ DAY

“Ms. Leaf built up the tension at the perfect pace so as to excite but not overwhelm the reader. Once I began reading, I became engrossed and could not put the book down until it was finished.”
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Published on February 22, 2018 12:09 • 9 views
N.J. Walters N.J. Walters's blog:
This week I read GLACIER by Laurann Dohner. It's the 9th book in her VLG series. Readers of this series will love it.

If you love paranormal romance, then you need to try Laurann Dohner. Her New Species series is fantastic as well.

BLURB:

Since that fateful day she was snatched from her job and tur... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 20:30 • 7 views
Barbara G. Tarn Barbara G. Tarn's blog:
… is still a movie Friday. But it’s probably the last, LOL! I rewatched bits and pieces of Zeffirelli’s Romeo&Juliet to get inspiration for the novel (the costumes, mostly). And while I was at it, since it’s an almost 50 (FIFTY! OMG, where did time go!) year old movie, I decided also to check... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 23:00 • 8 views
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

Black Panther is a rarity in the over-crowded universe of superhero film: a critical and commercial success. One is tempted to compare it to last year’s Wonder Woman: Both films revitalize a tired genre dominated by white male leads by exploring the possibilities of a diversity of protagonists. B...

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Published on February 22, 2018 10:38 • 6 views
Johanna Rothman Johanna Rothman's blog:
Introduction to an Agile Transformation series…

I’ve seen several agile transformation challenges. Since I want to address those challenges, this is a series of posts about agile transformation. The  problems I’m planning to address are:



Understanding why agile, why now
Change and why we might not b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 07:45 • 39 views
Jennifer Crusie Jennifer Crusie's blog:


February is almost gone, American politics are moving at warp speed, and I’m getting older by the second, which are coming at me a lot faster than they did when I was twenty.  Time to slow down with a good book.  What did you read this week?


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The post This Is a Good Book Thursday: Slow Dow...

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Published on February 22, 2018 02:10 • 6 views
Tara Lain Tara Lain's blog:

 Hi Everyone

Welcome to Big Backlist Weekend! This is a special event I post every month or so where I ask a wonderful author to come and join me in giving away a copy of an ebook from their backlist.

My guest today is Tigris Eden! DIRE CRAVINGS is her upcoming release and the second book in The ...

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Published on February 22, 2018 21:00 • 9 views
Lisa Renee Jones Lisa Renee Jones's blog:

[image error]As an author, I get to make a lot of stuff up. Often it goes like this: Hot man. Perfect body. Perfect night. However, perfection is flawed. It’s not real. I mean, in my amazing fantasy world there is no tripping, falling, or embarrassing moments happening but in my real world, in yo...

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Published on February 22, 2018 08:22 • 1 view
M. John Harrison M. John Harrison's blog:

When I was an obsessive climber, Shropshire was just a corridor you went down to get to Wales. You turned right or left at Birmingham, depending whether you’d come north or south. The effect of blinkering yourself is that you accidentally save up unexplored territories. Whole areas of the country...

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Published on February 22, 2018 03:38 • 6 views
Delilah Devlin Delilah Devlin's blog:

Last fall, with only a few months left on my deadline for Cold and Hottie, my second-chance romance set in Jamaica, my characters stopped cooperating. They were still doing interesting things but I had no freaking idea why, because they wouldn’t talk to me.


That was a big problem. As a writing fri...

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Published on February 22, 2018 10:42 • 7 views
Terri Windling Terri Windling's blog:

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"Why one writes is a question I can answer easily, having so often asked it of myself. I believe one writes because one has to create a world in which one can live. I could not live in any of the worlds offered to me ��� the world of my parents, the world of war, the world of politics. I had...

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Published on February 22, 2018 23:37 • 8 views
Timothy Garton Ash Timothy Garton Ash's blog:
A deal between Angela Merkel and the Social Democrats sounds appealing. But it would open the door to extremists

Sunday 4 March will be a turning point for Europe. On the same day as an important general election in Italy we’ll find out whether an internal referendum of German Social Democrat part...

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Published on February 22, 2018 22:00 • 9 views
Alexander Laurence Alexander Laurence's blog:
High Up Share New Singles & Full Album StreamDebut Album You Are Here out this Friday on Team LoveSpring Tour Dates with Whispertown & Jake Bellows Announced  photo credit: Andy Lachance
"High Up, combines Christine's soulful voice with Orenda's punk-inspired emotion-filled songs, which dr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 13:08 • 8 views
J. Bradford DeLong J. Bradford DeLong's blog:

Should-Read: Our social insurance state still (largely) presumes the stable two-parent family. In lots of ways it does not fit today's American society, in which men in divorce threaten to seek custody on the basis of their higher incomes and so get women to accept impoverishing negotiated settle...

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Published on February 22, 2018 16:19 • 6 views
Paul Cornell Paul Cornell's blog:

I’ve been back from the Gallifrey One convention for a couple of days now, and, despite jet lag, I’m managing to keep the feeling of it going in my heart.  It’s always an extraordinary experience, with so many people I love gathered in one place, talking in our shared fan language, but this year...

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Published on February 22, 2018 04:00 • 1 view
Stormy Glenn Stormy Glenn's blog:

VENUSIAN TRILOGY

available March 8th

In To Take a King, Nicolas Callon had no idea that his life was going to change the day he turned twenty five. He had simply been hoping to spend a little time with his best friend and secret crush Cooper Walsh. But nothing turns out like he had hoped. From in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 15:50 • 8 views
Eve Langlais Eve Langlais's blog:
Deadly Match is featured as a Great Pick Up Line for 2018! #TGPUL Check it out: http://delightedreader.com/deadly-mat... Deadly Match is a bad boy contemporary romance that releases on Wednesday. Pre-order if you haven’t already! Amazon: https://books2read.com/u/bMrROk?store... Kobo: https://book... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2018 21:23 • 8 views
Tymber Dalton Tymber Dalton's blog:


(Amazon affiliate link codes are included. Doesn’t cost you a penny, but makes me a few extra cents.)


Woot! Bestie Ravenna Tate has a new book out, first in a new series, and it is delicious!!!



Bloodlust (Unlicensed to Kill 1)

And if you haven’t tried out some of her other books, you’re missing o...

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Published on February 22, 2018 08:15 • 8 views
John Birmingham John Birmingham's blog:

I finished my slow binge of Altered Carbon on Netflix this week. Loved it. I loved the book to when I read it over a decade ago, but that was so long that apart from one or two standout scenes (the concealed mini guns in the hotel, for instance) I had pretty much forgotten everything. It wasn't a...

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Published on February 22, 2018 21:05 • 6 views
Gretchen Rubin Gretchen Rubin's blog:

One of my favorite things about myself is that I often become obsessed with certain subjects. I’ll do countless hours of research to learn more about these subjects, sometimes over the course of years.


For instance, some of my obsessions have included: color, clutter, the placebo response, the sen...

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Published on February 22, 2018 05:00 • 23 views
Alvaro Fernandez Alvaro Fernandez's blog:

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Dear Elkhonon, a pleasure to have you with us. Let’s get out the gate by discussing how are new ideas born — for example, how exactly did you first think about writing your new book, Creativity: The Human Brain in the Age of Innovation?


Originally, I set out to write a book about how the brai...

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Published on February 22, 2018 06:02 • 1 view
Janette Rallison Janette Rallison's blog:

Just wanted to let you know that if you emailed me at the end of January or beginning of February, I received your email, but couldn’t respond. Every time I tried, I got a Mailer Daemon. (My tech guy assures me the word isn’t supposed to be demon but I disagree.) For some weird reason, the comput...

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Published on February 22, 2018 22:17 • 8 views
Shayla Black Shayla Black's blog:

Welcome back to Teaser Thursday! This week, I’m introducing you to book 2 of the Wicked Lovers series, Decadent. Featuring Kimber Edgington and her quest for sex education from bodyguard Deke Trenton… Please don't forget to share all my Secrets—and this Teaser Thursday—with your reader friends. H...

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Published on February 22, 2018 02:24 • 8 views
Charles Stross Charles Stross's blog:

So, a brief update about "The Labyrinth Index" and British audiobook editions of the Laundry Files!



Firstly, "The Labyrinth Index" will now be published on October 30th in both the US and UK, not in July as previously scheduled. (It takes time to turn a manuscript into a book—copy-editing, typeset...

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Published on February 22, 2018 04:42 • 9 views
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