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Deborah Gaal Deborah Gaal's blog:
I had the lucky opportunity to get a last minute seat for The Ferryman, playing on Broadway. The play, written by Jez Butterworth and directed by Sam Mendes, is a phenomenal piece of storytelling that showcases an Irish family ten years after "The Troubles." A body is discovered in the bog, and t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 21:56 • 1 view
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:
It didn’t seem so much to be the breakup, the loss of someone he had shared a part of his life with, someone loving him unconditionally for over a year, someone he’d been untruthful to. Rather, it was the fact he’d lost control, had not been a part of the final decision. What she was doing to him... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 21:19 • 4 views
Mike Nere Mike Nere's blog:
Todo lo pierdes, y al instante todo se desvanece. Nos queda la simpatía de las horas y los ademanes del tiempo invertido. ¿Hacia dónde iré ahora...? El viento comenzó a soplar, el caballero aferró su sombrero, la dama sus faldas, y el ruiseñor entregó su canto. Es verano, es el penúltimo minuto d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 20:43 • 17 views
Judith Valente Judith Valente's blog:
My mother was such an integral part of my life, it seemed preposterous to me that she could be gone from it forever. Her death showed me just ho vulnerable I am. I realized in ways I never had before, that I too am going to die one day. I remember how my mother, when she entered her eighties, wou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 20:42 • 3 views
Scott  Jones Scott Jones's blog:
If the Coens actually put out a novel of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, I'd totally read it.
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Published on November 18, 2018 20:13 • 5 views
Jeremy Maddux Jeremy Maddux's blog:
Because, as J.D. Salinger once said:
“There is a marvelous peace in not publishing ... I like to write. I love to write. But I write just for myself and my own pleasure.”


I would rather squander my talent than share it with people who would do their very best to 'poke holes' in its logic, dissect t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 19:29 • 8 views
Catherine Kopf Catherine Kopf's blog:
Hello, everyone! As the release date for Splintering Reality gets closer, I’m looking for readers wanting to review e-ARCs of Splintering Reality!

There’s a signup form below:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA...

**If interested in a paperback ARC, you have to be living in the USA due to shippin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 19:24 • 8 views
Rebecca  Brooke Rebecca Brooke's blog:
I can't believe it's finally live!

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PrayH7
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It started out as a favor.

I couldn’t resist the heartbreak in those emerald green eyes. I never expected to wind up in her bed.

Now... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 19:00 • 4 views
K.J. Kruk K.J. Kruk's blog:
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Published on November 18, 2018 18:50 • 281 views
Brandon Ebinger Brandon Ebinger's blog:
For those of you who were waiting patiently for this,my new novel, Rose, is now available.
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Published on November 18, 2018 18:37 • 4 views
Zakarrie Clarke Zakarrie Clarke's blog:
Hiya,

I finished editing The Potent Prince & The Prowler and designed a cover.

I just need to write the blurb and format it, then 'twill be ready to publish. I'd aimed for the end of November, but I've been beavering away on edits for twelve hours a day, so 'tis done.

Here's the cover, anyhoo.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 18:23 • 4 views
A.E. Rayne A.E. Rayne's blog:
…and things are really starting to get interesting now. You’ll find a lot of intriguing twists and turns in this book, and a lot is also revealed, so hopefully, that will make an exciting read for you. The more I write, the more excited I tend to get, and the ending to this book is rather breathl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 18:23 • 3 views
K.B. Pellegrino K.B. Pellegrino's blog:
How many important events happen each day on the day or to be remembered as part of our history. Today is November 18th and the day in 1820 when Antartica was discovered. Think about it; this is the fifth largest continent and it was unknown until then. It is twice the size of Australia. Why do I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 18:08 • 4 views
Lucas Gabriel Lucas Gabriel's blog:
Supernormal: Science, Yoga and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic AbilitiesSupernormal: Science, Yoga and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities by Dean Radin

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I really appreciate the work that Dean Radin is doing. This book is probably the best book I've read at making me realize that society's current views will one day be old and antiq... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:49 • 6 views
Sheri Poe-Pape Sheri Poe-Pape's blog:
Shop early for the holidays and don't forget about these award-winning children's books: "Cassie's Marvelous Music Lessons" and "Cassie Pup Takes the Cake??"
Awardees of a Midwest Publishing Association and Purple Dragonfly Awards~
Five-star Amazon reviews~
Five-star national reviews~
For boys and gi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:47 • 4 views
K.  Matthews & N. Fishfish K. Matthews & N. Fishfish's blog:
We've joined Prolific Works and are part of the Magic and Fantasy Giveaway! Take a look!


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Published on November 18, 2018 17:29 • 4 views
J.D. Park J.D. Park's blog:
I just received my new book cover! I can't wait to show it to everyone the cover for Finding Home! Get caught up on the Home Series with book one, Coming Home available on kindle unlimited for free or on Kindle for 2.99.

https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07H3BV5R6

Reviews and ratings are always appreciat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:17 • 3 views
Darrell Case Darrell Case's blog:
I' m a country writer

After I’ve made that statement you might be inclined to think all I write about are country themes. I am in fact a novelist writing thrillers, mysteries are my major genres. https://www.darrellcase.com/ Creating characters out of nothing but my imagination. Yet farming is in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:14 • 5 views
Grea Warner Grea Warner's blog:
FIND OUT WHAT DRAWS FINN BACK TO LARA'S HOMETOWN TO CONFRONT HER PAST...
“Finn, stop! Don’t!” I cried out, tugging at my protector’s arm.
Miller wrangled up his brother and managed to awkwardly get him inside. Macon’s Cheshire grin was the last thing I saw before they disappeared into the house. Fi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:02 • 6 views
Carolyn E. Cook Carolyn E. Cook's blog:
"Where do you get all the ideas for your novels?" a reader friend recently asked me. My response was that inspiration can come from just about anywhere -- old newspapers, online articles, something I hear in a conversation, a vintage photograph, a person I once knew, family anecdotes. All stories... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 16:56 • 5 views
R.K. King R.K. King's blog:
The time arrived, where the one remaining unplayed base set scenario had to be faced. It was time for our group to play Shattered Bonds. Bring on the Cthulhu-goodness!

SHATTERED BONDS
After her return from a family vacation in the southern isles, Grace Bechman, a former associate, has begged for yo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 16:26 • 4 views
B.M. Hardin B.M. Hardin's blog:
New Book Release!
What Happens in the South...Stays in the South! Unless it’s MURDER! 💫 Click Link>>>https://amzn.to/2TlLbZt
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Published on November 18, 2018 16:24 • 6 views
Mark Olynyk Mark Olynyk's blog:
in the theatre of war
the audience is shot
mouthing obscenities
expose the blinded craze
of the peaceniks
judged to be subversive
but the evidence was circumstantial
throwing out the case
there is no need for mediation
between the warring factions
avoid the contagion
of the remorseless man

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Published on November 18, 2018 16:08 • 3 views
Yolanda Randolph Yolanda Randolph's blog:
Yes, I will help you. Sure, I will take care of that for you, no problem...

Hello Loves!

I consider myself a kind person. I treat people how I would like to be treated and I don't take advantage of people. Well, not everybody is that way. There are so many people that lurk around looking for and pr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 15:43 • 5 views
N. Lang N. Lang's blog:
The book "The Lost Angels" ebook is now reduced at
$0.99 at all retailers.
https://www.books2read.com/Lang
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Published on November 18, 2018 15:35 • 5 views
Jenna Moquin Jenna Moquin's blog:
When I'm checking out an author for the first time, there are two things I focus on: the story, and the writing itself. I've found that both can be good, but often times I either enjoy the writing or the story. If I like an author's writing style, I'll generally read more by that author; in fact,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 15:28 • 6 views
K.B. Rainwater K.B. Rainwater's blog:
“I hate my life.”

“Why is writing so difficult?”

“This story is terrible.”

“I’ll never succeed as a writer.”

At some point or another, we all experience these thoughts. November, as National Novel Writing Month, seems to bring out the worst of them. The breakneck pace—nearly 1700 words per day—makes... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 15:11 • 14 views
Jordan Larsen Jordan Larsen's blog:
On the Front Line The Collected Journalism of Marie Colvin by Marie Colvin For every historical moment in time, there is an eyewitness to history, whether watching the 1969 Moon Landing, the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, or documenting the horrific terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001. For the video or photojournalist, images speak... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 15:06 • 5 views
Paul J. Bartusiak Paul J. Bartusiak's blog:
After travelling to Munich, I was very fortunate this past summer to be able to go back and see a few other parts of Germany, namely Mannheim, Heidelberg, and Düsseldorf. They were each vastly different in character from each other as well as from Munich. Great weather, great opportunity to walk... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 17:05 • 7 views
Katie Charles Katie Charles's blog:

You know, There aren't a lot of book series I have devoured as much as I have the Royals.


And I will let you know, I found it entirely by accident. And it was one of the best accident I could have had with a book series. I started reading the series because I was looking for another book, and...

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Published on November 18, 2018 15:04 • 14 views
Craig  Lawrence Craig Lawrence's blog:
Over the last few weeks, there has been a lot of coverage of Britain's Gurkhas and the sacrifice they have made in the service of the British Crown.

Having written the commemorative history of the Gurkhas in 2015, I thought it might be helpful to write a short illustrated history of these famous... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 14:57 • 30 views
Pamela Olivia Brown Pamela Olivia Brown's blog:
i touched the seed of tranquility
that's buried within me
it feels like the blue sea
warmed by the almighty.
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Published on November 18, 2018 14:40 • 5 views
Scarlett  Black Scarlett Black's blog:
Hello,
This just in! Calling all bloggers who would love to sign up for my upcoming release of Living for Forever, Battle Born MC, Book 3!

"If love is their sin, then together they lie, bound to one another, their love living for forever."

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 14:38 • 9 views
Anita Burkett Anita Burkett's blog:
She sat on the tan colored sectional eating red seedless grapes as the electric fireplace 'roared.' She anticipated her new red kettle whistling on the white gas stove. How good the hot peppermint tea would taste as it warmed the harvest mug with an outdoor church scene. She sat by the gray lamp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 18, 2018 14:37 • 4 views
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