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David McCaleb David McCaleb's blog:

Read Vestmen's Gale for Free on NetGalley

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National bestselling author David McCaleb delivers a thriller like none other, opening our eyes to a realm ever present, but Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 10:18
J.R. Sorensen J.R. Sorensen's blog:

Dog Walk Epiphanies #2

The last time I did this, I was walking through one town with only one dog. Now, I’m walking through another town with two dogs. Sometimes three, depending on the night of the week. Sometimes my girlfriend’s mother takes the other one with her to the ranch.

I’m currently going through the steps ag

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Published on February 02, 2020 00:30
Debra Smouse Debra Smouse's blog:

February 2021: Love

Love for February I’m sure it’s no surprise to you that the them I chose for February is love.

What I know to be true - and what I have been sharing for the last decade as a life coach – is that you have to find the nuggets of love in everyday life. We spend a heck of time managing our day to day lives. And so to li Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 10:17
K.A. Cummins K.A. Cummins's blog:

Story Research: Tree Rings and Daughter Universes

Every day, we decide on a course of action. Get out of bed. Take a shower. Go to work. Or maybe not. Some decisions we may even wonder if we made the right choice. Especially when those decisions change our life or the life of someone we love. But have you ever wondered if thereContinue reading "Sto Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 10:07
J.C. Hartcarver J.C. Hartcarver's blog:

Hi, Everybody!

This is my first blog post, so I'm not sure what to say lol! I hope you've enjoyed (or will enjoy) the books of the Sufferborn series. As of this writing, I have the first two available, "Sufferborn" and "Unwilling Deity."
Today, I'm working on book 3 (title coming soon). And I'm already 64,000 words Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 10:06
Ann Whynot Ann Whynot's blog:

Audible

Dewey Belong Together has landed on Audible! *happy dance*
Audible US: http://adbl.co/3aReAFOAudible CA: https://bit.ly/3q0RZLqAudible UK: http://adbl.co/3dLCxjNAudible FR: http://bit.ly/3aVKiSpAudible DE: http://adbl.co/3uxtQj2 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:36
Beth              Black Beth Black's blog:

The Battle of Beaumont Street

Cultural appropriation leads to disaster. An important yet wickedly fun addition to the collection. Share this and follow me for further updates on the collection. Beth Black's Extraordinary Treasures

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Published on February 25, 2021 10:04
Addison Moore Addison Moore's blog:

NEW RELEASE!


Amazon-> http://bit.ly/BabyBundtCakeConfusion
Baby Bundt Cake Confusion is here and so is Lottie’s baby! It’s raining contractions and killers in Honey Hollow! Each book in the series can be read individually so dive on in!
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Published on February 25, 2021 10:00
Aisha Urooj Aisha Urooj's blog:

Animated movie: Over the Moon

For this edition of Things You Might Not Have Seen, I will talk about the 2020 animated movie, Over the Moon. This is a children’s animated movie that tackles a serious topic: a child grieving the loss of a parent.

Fei Fei had a lovely family with two loving parents. Her life turns upside down when Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:57
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:

Snowbound Lessons

Living in Louisiana, snow is a rare visitor. We usually venture to New Mexico or Colorado for a snow-fix, to ski or to experience a winter wonderland. When we travel to those “foreign” lands, we go prepared with clothing, accommodations, winterized transportation, and an enormous dependence on the n Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:54
Nim Riel Nim Riel's blog:

Flash Fiction Challenge: Day 1


…a story with no dialogue.”

Writers Digest: 2021 February Flash Fiction Challenge
Nature’s Dance

Nymphs hardly noticed the strangers who walked beneath their trees. Micah, as he watched over his realm – nurturing the struggling saplings and scolding the rowdy faeries when their games threatened to expo

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Published on February 01, 2021 18:56
S.B. Alexander S.B. Alexander's blog:

Crazy For You is LIVE!

I'm so excited that Crazy For You is finally released to the world. It's such a special book and is near and dear to my heart. I've dedicated it to my husband. And hope you will give it a try.

Dedication:

To my husband of twenty-two years who is the most courageous, honorable, moral, and wonderful ma Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:25
Gemma  Green Gemma Green's blog:

Writing "Balls To The Wall"

My latest short story was so exciting to write. My god, the entirety of the narrative was just one big adult-flavored scene; what isn't to enjoy about writing that?
For this one, I was trying to really imagine what it would feel like to have positive feelings about painful experiences. It was tough, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:20
Lee  Allen Lee Allen's blog:

C.J. Tudor's The Chalk Man - Review

The Chalk Man The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


A gripping psychological thriller peppered with shades of horror amongst the long shadows of the past.

In 1986, Eddie and his friends are enjoying a day at the fair when tragedy strikes. A fairground ride collapses, leaving one teenage girl with h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:19
Lucy Nichol Lucy Nichol's blog:

Book Review: Sonic Youth Slept On My Floor

Sonic Youth Slept On My Floor by Dave HaslamMusic, Manchester and More

I’ve always felt like a music imposter. Even though I’ve loved music since I was very young – and grew up listening to my dad playing guitar and blues music (which I of course whinged about because don’t all kids whinge at thei

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Published on February 21, 2021 02:10
C.E. Cannery C.E. Cannery's blog:

Sheena Monnin Interview

Hi folks, if space colonies and mysterious secrets are your thing, please check out Shenna Monnin: https://cecanneryauthorblog.wordpress...

Thanks for reading,
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Published on February 25, 2021 09:04
David  Roden David Roden's blog:

Snuff Memories Panel Discussion at Foreign Objekt

I'm delighted and honoured that this sparkling line-up will be talking about my novella Snuff Memories over at Foreign Objekt on March 7:

Amanda Beech, Steven Shaviro, Martin Rosenberg, Romina Wainberg, Corey McCall, Simon Sellars, and MOUTH (Edia Connole & Scott Wilson)

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Published on February 25, 2021 09:04
Vicar Sayeedi Vicar Sayeedi's blog:

AI & the Life Sciences | Developments in Connectomics & Radiology

AI & the Life Sciences | Developments in Connectomics - Transhumanism & Radiology
Vicar Sayeedi
February 26, 2021

The application of Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences is one of the most exciting areas in which AI can and is having a profound impact. This is because AI has the potential to im Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:59
Arell Rivers Arell Rivers's blog:

It's Release Day!!!!!

I'm so excited ~ HOLD ME: A Rock Star Box Set is finally out in the world! Over 1000 pages (gulp!) of the sexy rocker Cole Manchester and his publicist Rose Morgan will make you laugh, cry, and swoon.

As more than one reviewer has noted ~ this is not your typical rockstar romance!!

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Published on February 25, 2021 08:56
Hákon Gunnarsson Hákon Gunnarsson's blog:

Wednesday (or Thursday in this case) documentary review: Virago: Changing the World One Page at a Time (2016)

This is an hour long documentary by Claire Whalley on the story of Virago Press in Britain. In 1973 a group of women got together to form a feminist publishing house that got the name Virago Press. It is not an easy task, and they get all sorts of reactions to this, both good and bad, but forty year Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:47
Nancy  Christie Nancy Christie's blog:

Author interview with Al Pessin

In my
author interview
with novelist Al Pessin, Al talks about his novels and his writing routine—and the role Rory plays in the creative process!
Al Pessin Al Pessin #interview Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:46
Paul Alkazraji Paul Alkazraji's blog:

'Heart of a Hooligan': Dave Jeal's story
















Paul Alkazraji and Dave Jeal. Bristol, UK, Summer 2013.

Here is one of the original newspaper reports that led to the writing of the book.

From Hooligan to Holiness.

For Dave Jeal football violence had become a way of life. He talks to PAUL ALKAZRAJI about how becoming a Christian has given him a who Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:46
Marcus V. Calvert Marcus V. Calvert's blog:

Batchery Daily Prompt - 02/25/21

Someone accidentally gives you a 1-year free membership to a fitness club for super spies.

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Published on February 25, 2021 08:32
Oliviu Crâznic Oliviu Crâznic's blog:

ADEVĂRURI ȘI REVELAȚII (CDXXII): COMUNISM vs SOCIALISM

Oliviu Crâznic 959. Există o diferență uriașă între comunism și socialism: primul sacrifică binele individului pentru binele comunității, cel de al doilea - pentru binele societății.

NB Orice interpretare a „adevărurilor și revelațiilor” drept îndemn la nerespectarea legislației în vigoare este eronată ori rău Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:31
Sophia Sinclair Sophia Sinclair's blog:

No More Last-Page Tears!

Sometimes I cry when a good book ends. If I love the characters, I don't want to say goodbye forever. That's why I bring my characters back again and again in subsequent books. The main character in one book often shows up with a new baby in a later book. Each book features a different couple, and w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 09, 2021 19:31
Samantha  Garner Samantha Garner's blog:

TQIL in a couple of spring preview lists

I've been thrilled to see The Quiet is Loud appear in a couple of spring preview lists recently.

49th Shelf's "Most Anticipated" 2021 spring fiction list! (Look for it in the paragraph showing the cover for Charity)

Hamilton Review of Books' Editors' Picks, Spring 2021 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:26
John C. Dalglish John C. Dalglish's blog:

news

As our newsletter subscribers were the first to learn:

DEADLY SECRETS IS FREE!
BUT THAT'S NOT ALL!

One of mine and my editor's favorite books has always been DEADLY SECRETS. For alot of reasons.
The plot, the setting, and the twist at the end. But most of all, because of Annie Logan. Many of you have ag Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 25, 2021 08:26
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