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Eileen Charbonneau Eileen Charbonneau's blog:

Book Launch in the Time of a Pandemic

With bookstores and libraries closed and book tours canceled, authors with books coming out, face the challenge of connecting with potential readers.

But during these times, we also turn to books to raise our spirits and give us comfort. My new novel Mercies of the Fallen is set in another perilou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 18:21
Sean Benesh Sean Benesh's blog:

We're Getting It All Wrong In Church Planting

Seattle -- Feb. 21, 2020-30 copy.jpg

To me church planting or church planters fall into one of two categories ... and there's not really that much common ground in between. I would also contend that it is a reflection of our understanding of the gospel and the mission of God. You either have a church planter launching a worship ser...

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Published on April 09, 2020 09:37
P.W. Cross P.W. Cross's blog:

Lost Lake Dig ebook Released

Its here! The ebook version of The Idea Miners: The Lost Lake Dig is now available as a kindle book on Amazon.com. The price is only $2.99! And its also available for free on Kindle Unlimited. Thats only $2.99 for 281 exciting pages of fantasy adventure! (Or 71,615 words if you prefer a more appr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 09:50
Godswill Sambo Godswill Sambo's blog:

5 Relationship Books Everyone Should Read!

We all craves for a better lover, someone who you can proudly introduced to your parents. We all want a loving & long lasting relationship. That's true. That's what everyone craves for. Well, truth is, in a world full of deceit, heart-breaks, divorce and all that brutes meanstrue and lovable... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 17:34
Gonzalo Senestrari Gonzalo Senestrari's blog:

#4

Vivimos en una distopía. A veces despierto, y mis ojos inmediatamente comienzan a lagrimear. Mi parte racional lo entiende como un sistema de limpieza de mi globo ocular, sin embargo, mi lado emocional no se deja engañar y entiende que mis ojos están tristes por haber despertado en el mismo mundo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 17:12
Georgia Gouros Georgia Gouros's blog:

Abstract data types don't have to be boring.

Spongebob The Movie, character relationship network.


Spongebob movie characters



With apologies to Mr. Hasslehoff
David Hasselhoff

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Published on April 09, 2020 16:42
Ann  Marshall Ann Marshall's blog:

FREE E-BOOK My Journey with God April 10th – 14th, 2020

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Free E-Book My Journey with God April 10th 14th, 2020 on amazon.com

Also go to Author Ann Marshalls Facebook page to watch a video of her reading one of the stories from the book!

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Published on April 09, 2020 16:37
LK- Mattis LK- Mattis's blog:

New Book Coming Soon!

I'm currently writing 2 books. The Sequel to ABSA and The Meaning Inside The Kingdom. TMITK maybe coming out sooner than the sequel though...
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Published on April 09, 2020 16:36
Uyobong Etuk Uyobong Etuk's blog:

FREE AMAZON EBOOK PROMOTION

I have decided to make my book: THE EVIL TREE IN MAN, free for a limited time, 9th-13th of April. Click on the link below or visit my website for your copy. Please leave an honest review. #TETIM

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YS7MD5S
or www.uetuk.com


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Published on April 09, 2020 16:21
Andrew  Harris Andrew Harris's blog:

A Reluctant Celebrity

For most people, finding a cure for cancer or saving the world from poverty, would be a momentous achievement. For Dr Hannah Siekierkowski, CEO of New Yorks own Klinkenhammer Foundation for Medical Research, its what she gets paid to do: just another day in the office. Matthew Cox wanted to know... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 16:06
Neil D. Desmond Neil D. Desmond's blog:

book excerpt

"She stood right in front of me, and something was behind her. It was some sort of realm. I couldn't see it, exactly, but I knew it was there. I wanted to enter it and never leave it. I knew, somehow, that this realm was a place where blind people could see and deaf people could hear. I knew thos... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 15:49
Alice Poon Alice Poon's blog:

Tales of Ming Courtesans Book Trailer Now Up!

I've just posted the Youtube book trailer video on my profile page (left hand column). Please check it out and let me know what you think!
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Published on April 09, 2020 15:27
James Victor Jordan James Victor Jordan's blog:

“Coronaville” By Craig Reeder of Hot Tamale

Here is a new song by Craig Reeder of Hot Tamale, an awesome folk-rock band weve been privileged to feature before.  This music video, a satire, I suppose, brought an immediate smile to my as-of-late dour quarantined face. 





We could all use a Craig Reeder-induced smile. And so without further ado,...

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Published on April 09, 2020 09:36
Barry C. Cunningham Barry C. Cunningham's blog:

Antigravity Drive - The Book in Bits - Day 11

Day 396 1st July 2017

Despite my misgivings we have made real progress, we have found out more and more how this absurd invention of mine works. It has occurred to me that I concentrate our efforts in confirming and observing effects, not on how it works or why it works. I'm a bit surprised it's... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 14:36
Pamela Redford Russell Pamela Redford Russell's blog:

Swerve

I knew my life was going to change when I heard Grant Tinker's voice telling me he thought I could maybe, just maybe, write for The Mary Tyler Moore Show. I left the phone booth feeling different, even a little dizzy, and headed through the Murphy Hall crowd to my next class. Fawn Brodie's Americ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 14:34
Christopher  Jarvis Christopher Jarvis's blog:

New Free Audiobook - The Lost World

It's been a tough old time for many and I know that many of you - like me - are stuck at home with seemingly no end in sight.

Cover image for The Lost World I also know that for many, it's an expensive time. The income has evaporated, but most of our costs remain high. Anything we can do to help each other is worthwhile. So,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:20
F.F. Burwick F.F. Burwick's blog:

Questions still left

"Mr. Endemort said, 'The owner had representatives, but he said he was living so far to oversee things directly with enough frequency. We still communicated frequently, and a couple of times he meant to travel here to this building, but he had to cancel those times because of circumstances.'

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Published on April 09, 2020 14:29
Rosie Hawkins Rosie Hawkins's blog:

Free Children's e-book with drawings

My children's e-book with drawings 'Maddie and her Magic Carpet and a Royal Wedding' is on free offer on Amazon for a few days. This is the sequel to 'Maddie and the Magic Carpet'. Reviews would be appreciated.This is also available to purchase as a paperback. I also have several other books as e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 14:09
T.D. Cooper T.D. Cooper's blog:

THE NUMBERS ARE IN!

THE NUMBERS ARE IN!

I want to thank everyone who participated in my free book promotion for...

2nd Chances: A Book of Treasures by TD Cooper
Book 2 16 ebooks
Strewn Shoes by TD Cooper 122 ebooks
Junior's Journey through Yellowstone by TD Cooper
children's picture book 8 ebooks

If after you've... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:53
John  Leahy John Leahy's blog:

New Gothic Review vol 1 is live!

Great to see my story "Douglas Copeland" in vol 1 of the New Gothic Review. Free to read at the following link:

https://newgothicreview.com/2020/04/0...
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:58
S. Lee Glick S. Lee Glick's blog:

give away.

I am considering a giveaway, a promotion as it were What would it take to submit your e-mail for a chance to WIN, WHAT? You tell me!
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:58
Abhijit Naskar Abhijit Naskar's blog:

Those Who Call You Mad (The Sonnet)

Those who call you mad will one day worship you,
For no great achievement is possible without madness.
Those who laugh at you will one day learn from you,
For working through the laugh is a criteria for greatness.
Those who know not you exist will one day seek your guidance,
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:55
K.B. Pellegrino K.B. Pellegrino's blog:

View of Art on a Gray Day...

I was so bored at one o'clock today. I am never bored. I needed a diversion. I wanted something different; but I am in seclusion much as the rest of the world. I said to myself, "If instead of being in quarantine, what would I do if I were traveling?" Voila, the answer appeared. I'd be at a museu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:51
C. Sean McGee C. Sean McGee's blog:

4_word Horror Story

"I'm late," she said.


4-Word Horror Story ₢2020 C. Sean McGee
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:49
Barbara Edema Barbara Edema's blog:

Maundy Thursday in August


It was a hot, sticky day. August can be that way.
He had returned home from the hospital and was resting in his favorite chair, staring at the water outside.
Water was a soothing passion of his. Sailing, swimming, skiing, skipping stones.
He and his brother built their own boat as kids. It floated.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:23
P.D. Atkerson P.D. Atkerson's blog:

Alive or Deadlock Chapter 1 (rough draft 2) New!

Viet Nam War, Soldier, Young, Man, Da Nang, 1965https://pixabay.com/users/wikiimages-... 1Gregory figured it wasnt a good thing that his father wanted to see him. The only time he ever wanted to see him, was when Gregory was in trouble and wanted to yell at him at the top of his lungs.He hesitated a second outside his fathers office, before kn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:26
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

modern slavery

my poem "modern slavery" has been published at Horror Sleaze Trash. you can find the poem by going here: https://horrorsleazetrash.com/2020/04/09/j-j-campbell-37/

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Published on April 09, 2020 13:24
Kyle McCurry Kyle McCurry's blog:

The Drifters' Road Characters: Adroegen

I will now begin introducing my main characters individually, and the sensible one to begin with would be Adroegen. There is much that I could say about him and could speak on and on if I am not careful. At the time the story begins, he is a young traveler at twenty-two years of age, who spends m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:23
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

George Thomas Clark Podcast #4 - Coronavirus Comment

Tom comments about persistent efforts on the right to portray the coronavirus as something less than a pandemic getting more dangerous every day.

Click here to listen
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:22
Ken Kirkberry Ken Kirkberry's blog:

Freebie added

Enlightenment Another Earth is free from the 10ith April for a week. Completes the set.
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Published on April 09, 2020 13:21
Maya Hu-Chan Maya Hu-Chan's blog:

The Healing Power of Friendships

In my recent discussions of what it means to have it all, Ive explored two pillars of life self and family. Now Id like to explore a third pillar, one that is often as neglected as self: community.


A landmark 81-year Harvard study sought the answer to the question, what keeps us happiest as we go...

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Published on November 21, 2019 10:12
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